Embark on an immersive, wide-ranging photo expedition that focuses entirely on Alaska’s famed Inside Passage. You’ll experience the perfect mix of small-town life and the grand expanse of the wild landscape that surrounds it. Capture it all with the help of our Lindblad-National Geographic photo expedition team.
|Dates||1||2||3||Solo 1||Solo 2|
|Jun 8, 2018 ↺||$8,990||$10,490||$11,890||$13,490||$15,740|
|Jun 18, 2018||$8,990||$10,490||$11,890||$13,490||$15,740|
|Jul 18, 2018 ↺||$8,990||$10,490||$11,890||$13,490||$15,740|
|Jul 28, 2018||$8,990||$10,490||$11,890||$13,490||$15,740|
Listed prices is per person based on double occupancy.
Discover the wildness that lives at the heart of Alaska; add an inland exploration of Denali National Park to your coastal expedition.
With the idyllic North Face Lodge as your base camp, you’ll enjoy special access. North Face Lodge’s relationship with the Park ensures exclusive opportunities for you to explore Denali’s most pristine backcountry areas for prime hiking and wildlife viewing. Set deep in the heart of the Park, this unique wilderness retreat offers unparalleled views of Mt. McKinley, a wide range of outdoor activities and nightly presentations that emphasize Denali’s natural and cultural history, plus locally sourced cuisine. The small group size of 11 guests per naturalist enhances the intimacy of outings and opportunities for in-depth learning. Explore via private touring vehicles, or if you prefer a more personal exploration, you can hike a trail near the lodge, canoe on Wonder Lake, bike the trails or even spend an afternoon fishing. At the expedition’s end, you’ll return to Anchorage first class in lavishly appointed cars on the Alaska Railroad that feature original Alaska art and a private outdoor viewing deck.
Depending on your departure date, you may be responsible for one night on your own before or after joining the Denali extension. Please call for details.
The twin 62-guest expedition ship offer the perfect platform for exploring Alaska. With a shallow draft, they can go where larger ships cannot, nosing up to waterfalls in secluded coves and venturing into narrow channels where humpback whales and orcas come to feed. The ship can accommodate accommodates 62 guests in 31 outside cabins. The open bow and sundeck have ample space for all guests to stand together and share in the wildlife viewing experience.
Don’t take our word for it. See for yourself the active adventure Alaska small ship cruise experience aboard National Geographic Sea Bird or Sea Lion.