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5 Extraordinary Alaskan Experiences

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With its remote, pristine landscapes and bountiful wildlife, Alaska is one of the U.S.’s last great frontiers. A Lindblad-National Geographic expedition lets you explore the state’s wonders—like calving glaciers, pods of orcas, and salmon-hunting bears—in safety and comfort.
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During the salmon run in southeastern Alaska (typically starting in early July), the region’s rivers swarm with pink salmon converging to spawn in the very riverbeds where they once hatched. Since grizzlies are among the predators that gather to...
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Icy Strait, Alaska, USA
The numerous fjords and small islands surrounding Alaska’s southeastern “panhandle” teem with sea life, including sea lions, otters, and harbor seals; porpoises, humpback, and gray whales; and orcas (known in these parts by their noms de guerre,...
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Petersburg, AK 99833, USA
There’s a huge number of humpback whales who really know how to live: They winter near Hawaii and summer in the waters off of Petersburg, a small Alaskan town that leans decidedly Norwegian. Though the whales might not care about the...
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Ship passengers traveling the fjords of southeast Alaska often hear the mighty cracks and crashes of glaciers “calving” ice chunks into the sea. Once they’ve separated from the glaciers, these masses become free-floating, wind-sculpted icebergs,...