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Russian Arctic, Russian Far East

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Alaska, Wrangel Island, and the Russian Arctic

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Discover extraordinary landscapes combining ice, volcanoes, and tundra dotted with the ephemeral flowers that bloom during the Arctic summer as you search grizzlies, whales, walrus, and polar bears.

Alaska and Russian Far East


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For the adventurous traveler, this is one of the world’s great journeys that beckons nature lovers and the intrepid explorer within.

Alaska and Russian Far East


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Join a journey around the Kuril and Aleutian Islands—an incredible opportunity to witness the people and wildlife that thrive in this remote and wild part of the world.

Exploring Russia's Far East & Wrangel Island

Spend your days in among pristine landscapes and discover the place with the highest density of ancestral polar bear dens, the world’s largest population of Pacific walrus, and an astonishing variety of plant life.

Exploring Russia's Far East & Wrangel Island

Spend your days in among pristine landscapes and discover the place with the highest density of ancestral polar bear dens, the world’s largest population of Pacific walrus, and an astonishing variety of plant life.

  • National Geographic Orion
  • Luxury Expedition Ship
  • 102 Capacity
  • 13 Days
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    • 2019
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    • Sep 4 Wed
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Across the Bering Sea: From Katmai to Kamchatka

Spot bears from Katmai National Park to the Kamchatka Peninsula, search for Steller’s sea eagles along the Zhupanova River and be awed by the marine mammals and seabirds from the Aleutians to the Commander Islands.

Northeast Passage with Wrangel Island


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This is your chance to spot some of the 150+ polar bears that live on Wrangel Island! A wealth of wildlife, geological and cultural experiences await, while visits to local villagers will warm your soul.