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Alaska’s Wilderness Small Ship Expedition

Only a select few experiential travel programs in the world can match the personal enrichment provided on a National Geographic ship with Lindblad Expeditions. The perfect setting for small groups and retreats, these expeditions offers a wonderful balance of business and learning with first-class hospitality and extraordinary wildlife encounters. Wake to the cry of a soaring eagle, watch tons of ice thunder from the face of a glacier, walk in a spruce forest, and observe lunge-feeding whales, in Southeast Alaska. A land of fjords and islands teeming with wildlife.

After an invigorating morning with the world’s foremost naturalists and explorers discussing the relationship between your current business challenges and the environment around you, head out into the field for personal growth and exploration. In this icy sea, the whale is king, and our encounters are enhanced through the use of a bow camera, hydrophone and commentary from an expert naturalist staff. Special permits and decades of expedition experience in the area allow us to venture out in the wilderness and kayak among icebergs. Enter Tracy Arm, a 22-mile-long fjord with many waterfalls cascading from its high, glacially-carved walls. Search for humpback whales as we head toward Le Conte Bay, a virtual sculpture garden of grounded icebergs.

In Glacier Bay, enormous glaciers flow from ice fields. Listen as the quiet stillness of the area is broken by the thunder of tons of ice calving into the sea and search for brown bears and mountain goats. Hike, kayak and search for whales near Point Adolphus, consistently a favored summer feeding area for humpback whales. Then, cruise to Inian Pass, where playful sea otters reside. Hike or cruise island coastlines among the world’s highest density of nesting bald eagles.

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