Lindblad NG Sea Bird, Wild Alaska Escape from Ketchikan, August 14, 2024

5-day cruise to Behm Canal, Missty Fjord, Wrangell, Wrangell Narrows & Juneau on board NG Sea Bird

Lindblad Wild Alaska Escape routeCruising From: Ketchikan, Alaska;
Departure Date: August 14, 2024;
Duration: 5-day cruise;
Cruise Line: Lindblad Expedition – National Geographic;
Cruise Ship: NG Sea Bird;
Ports of Call: Ketchikan, Behm Canal / Misty Fjords, Wrangell, Wrangell Narrows, Tracy Arm, Juneau;

Experience wildlife, wilderness, and native culture on this Alaska cruise with Lindblad-National Geographic

Day 0


Due to its position at the southern end of the Inside Passage, Ketchikan is often referred to as Alaska’s “first city.” Ketchikan welcomes tourists from all around the world during the summer. It’s the starting point for most cruises to Alaska and the first place many[…]

Day 1

Behm Canal

Towards the southeast of Ketchikan, Alaska, you’ll find Behm Canal, a natural channel in the Alexander Archipelago. Beautiful landscape, hot springs, bears, ducks, marine creatures, berry picking, wilderness camping, Misty Fjords, seclusion, and an old-growth forest are just some of the trip highlights. The canal[…]

Day 1

Misty Fjords

Located in the Tongass National Forest and managed by the United States Forest Service, the breathtaking Misty Fjords National Monument is a national monument and wilderness area. Located roughly 40 miles east of Ketchikan, Misty Fjords is a stunning landscape of sea cliffs, steep fjords,[…]

Day 2


Located in Southeast Alaska’s Inside Passage and the Tongass National Forest, Wrangell is a genuine working-class Alaskan island town. The Wrangell Museum in the Nolan Center is one of the newest museums in the Inside Passage region and offers a glimpse into Wrangell’s fascinating early[…]

Day 3

Wrangell Narrows

Southeast Alaska is home to six narrows, including the Wrangell Narrows. The Narrows are formed by a 35-kilometer-long waterway between Mitkof Island and Kupreanof Island in Southeast Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago. Petersburg sits at the Narrows’ northernmost point. Both Frederick Sound and Sumner Strait can be[…]

Day 4

Tracy Arm

About 45 miles south of Juneau and 70 miles north of Petersburg, Alaska, Tracy Arm is a fjord in the Tongass National Forest that is off of Holkham Bay and adjacent to Stephens Passage. As an alternative to Glacier Bay or as the single glacier[…]

Day 5


Juneau, often described as America’s most unusual state capital, is the only center of U.S. government with no roads leading into or out of town. The city is surrounded by nature, namely towering mountains and the waters of Gastineau Channel. The modern city of Juneau is[…]

Explore Alaska on an active, exciting expedition to see the region’s iconic wildlife and epic landscapes in the compact timeframe of one work week with Lindblad-National Geographic Alaska expeditions from Ketchikan to Behm Canal / Misty Fjords, Wrangell, Wrangell Narrows, Tracy Arm and Juneau on board NG Sea Bird. NG Sea Bird leaving Juneau for 5 days from August 14, 2024.

Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date for details at official cruise line website. Port arrival and departure times are approximate and subject to change without notice. For more information please visit the official cruise line website.