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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Enter narrow channels and small ports that are inaccessible to large ships aboard the agile National Geographic Sea Bird.

  • Get close up to dramatic icebergs and glaciers on excursions by expedition landing craft in Tracy or Endicott Arm.
  • Take in an aerial view of the jagged peaks and ice caps of Glacier Bay on an optional flight-seeing tour.
  • Kids on board can take part in the Global Explorers program, learning about glaciers, whales, and the undersea during fun, hands-on activities with our naturalists.


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Expedition Cruise

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW


  • Watch the National Geographic Orion navigate the Tiputa Pass into the lagoon at Rangiroa, one of the largest atolls in the world.
  • Go ashore at the seldom-visited isle of Huahine, former residence of Tahitian royalty, and visit ancient sites with an archaeologist.
  • Grab one of our ship’s stand-up paddleboards or kayaks and glide across serene turquoise lagoons.
  • Take in spectacular views over Bora-Bora from one of its emerald crags, and then snorkel or dive from a private motu—an islet on the outer reef.

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Expedition Cruise
Just off the coast of California, one of the lesser known U.S. national parks beckons, with dramatic sea cliffs, grassy headlands, and rocky islets that beg to be explored. The largely uninhabited Channel Islands are the perfect base for an expedition that balances wellness and adventure, where yoga poses give way to kayaking, and stretching experts await at the end of the hiking trail. Explore the islands on your choice of daily excursions—whether you choose to hike, kayak, paddleboard or simply walk a beautiful beach. Then take leave of the national park and head to Catalina Island for a behind-the-scenes look at this popular island and its colorful past.

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Expedition Cruise
Retrace the Pacific Northwest portion of Lewis and Clark’s epic 19th-century expedition aboard the National Geographic Sea Bird/Sea Lion or the National Geographic Quest. Cruise through the lush landscapes of the Columbia River Gorge, the mountains of the Cascade Range, and the historical lands of the Native American tribes the peripatetic duo encountered. Dine on locally-sourced cuisine, and sample the region’s famed wines and microbrews.  
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