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Alaska – Nome to Vancouver, BC

Alaska Cruise

Summary : Alaska offers amazing landscapes and experiences: gigantic glaciers, steep mountains, waterfalls, giant sequoias, and infinite tundra. Watch wildlife such as elks, black bear, caribous, sea otters, orcas, humpback whales, and bald eagles. You'll explore the Pribilof and Aleutian Islands, as well as Katmai National Park! Discover Tlingit Indian traditions, and Alaskan towns rich with historical vestiges from the time of the Gold Rush. Intersperse ports of calls with navigation aboard the elegant Le Boreal and excursions by Zodiacs to the heart of fjords and landscapes that are out of this world.

Activities : Birding, Child-Friendly, Culture, Triple/Quad Cabins


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Day 1
Seattle, Washington / Nome, Alaska

Meet at the SeaTac airport for your flight to Nome. Transfer to the pier to board the ship. Embark the vessel in the afternoon for introductions to crew and fellow travelers. Settle in to life on board as your voyage begins.

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St George Island (Pribilofs)

Located in the middle of the Bering sea, St George Island is the second biggest island of the Pribilof archipelago. A special atmosphere emanates from this landscape of volcanic craters and tundra: wild lands surrounded by a sumptuous coastline of majestic cliffs. You may very well spot some migratory birds that come and settle here all year round, making this a perfect place for observing many different species. Fur seas, also called Pribilof seals, have made this haven of peace their home with its rich biodiversity.

Day 5
Dutch Harbour / Unalaska Bay

Clinging to the southwestern tip of Alaska, between the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea, the port of Dutch Harbour offers a delightfully different stopover at the heart of the Aleutian Islands archipelago. A single bridge connects the port to the small town of Unalaska, founded in the 18th century by pioneering Russian fur trappers. With gentle valleys nestling between volcanic peaks, Dutch Harbour reveals a primitive natural beauty waiting to be explored. When spring blossoms here, a carpet of wild-flowers, moss, and lichen replaces winter’s vast white expanses.

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Katmai National Park

To the south-west of Alaska, the peninsula breaks away from mainland and offers one of America’s most spectacular national parks: the Katmai National Park and Preserve, sheltering 14 active volcanoes including the famous Novarupta, whose eruption in 1912 forever altered the face of the landscape. A caldera and its diaphanous lake, a dome of lava and the lunar vision of the valley of Ten Thousand Smokes are just some of the natural treasures you will behold. Enjoy Geographic Bay Harbor, an excellent lookout point for kodiaks, majestic Alaskan brown bears that can be up to 3 meters high and weigh half a ton. Nature of titanic proportions abounds.

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Sitka, Alaska

Formerly a Russian colony located on Baranof Island, to the west of the Alexander archipelago, Sitka is brimming with history. The historical national park of Sitka shelters totems carved out of red cedar, a tree that is omnipresent in the region. These totems are testimonials of the former presence of Tlingit Indians. This place is full of natural wonders too. You just have to look up to admire the mountain range around the port. In the distance, the snow-peaked Edgecumbe volcano stands majestic. Numerous islands scattered around Sitka stretch out before you in a vision of preserved Alaska.

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Vancouver, BC

Disembark the vessel after breakfast.


Read this itinerary as a guide only; the exact route and program varies according to weather conditions - and the wildlife you encounter. Flexibility is the key to the success of this expedition. ExpeditionTrips.com is not responsible for itinerary changes.

Bilingual Departures: All departures are French/English.

One-way flight in economy class Seattle to Nome; transfer from Nome airport to ship; meals on board the ship; Captain’s welcome cocktail and gala dinner; coffee, juice, soft drinks and open bar (pouring wines, house champagne, alcohol except premium brands); gratuities; parka; boot rental; luggage transfer from pier to the ship and vice versa; 24-hour room service (special selection); butler service is included for guests staying on Deck 6. Subject to change without notice.

Not Included:
Airfare; any ground services before and/or after the cruise other than the ones included; passport and visa fees; travel and medical insurances; personal expenses such as onboard medical consultations and drug prescriptions, spa, internet, laundry and hair salon; other drinks not included in open bar; fuel surcharge may apply.

Photo Credit: © Wolfgang Kaehler, © Laure Patricot, © Ponant

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