In the Wake of Lewis & Clark

Enjoy autumn colors and clear blue skies as you trace the route of Lewis and Clark, exploring one of America's great waterways along the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

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 The Palouse River. Credit: Jason Hatfield.  The Columbia River  Fort Clatsop. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Fort Clatsop National Memorial in Oregon. Credit: Marc Cappelletti  Statue of Sacagawea at Fort Clatsop. Credit: Marc Cappelletti  Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge  Bonneville Dam. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  Kayakers on the Columbia River. Credit: Ralph Lee Hopkins  The Palouse River  Native American pictograph  Travelers observing wildlife from aboard ship. Credit: Stewart Cohen  Mount Hood, Oregon. Credit: Brandon Yoshizawa

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I enjoyed our expedition landing craft tour of Palouse Falls. Great small ship. Wonderful food! My 6th Smithsonian trip!

Gail A.


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National Geographic Sea Bird

The National Geographic Sea Bird, built in 1981 and refurbished in 2005, comfortably accommodates 62 guests in 31 outside cabins. The ship features a library, lounge with full-service bar, observation deck, partially covered sun deck, and LEXspa. "Open Bridge" provides guests an opportunity to meet our officers and Captain and to learn about navigation. Meals are served in a single seating with unassigned tables for easy mingling. Special expedition equipment includes a bow camera, hydrophone, expedition landing craft, ​kayaks, Splash-Cam, underwater video camera, and video microscope.