Inside Passage of British Columbia and Alaska

Video of Southeast Alaska from the summer of 2014.

Traversing the Inside Passage is like stepping back in time not only with nature but the fascinating cultures that inhabit the coastline of British Columbia and Alaska. Totem poles that have withstood the test of time stand tall with pride in the temperate rainforest representing spirits from the past. A pod of killer whales glide alongside our ship in placid waters of Johnstone Strait and a brown bear feeding in the inner tidal zone in Glacier Bay National Park. A breaching whale, calving glacier, aromatic wildflowers, towering mountains and lush green forests are some of the things the Inside Passage has in store for us.

In a few weeks, I will join enthusiastic guests on the Seattle Docks and then embarking on a journey northward to Sitka, Alaska. An adventure with new friends.

Travel with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions

Please share. Rich : )

 

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