Join us for an extraordinary adventure of a lifetime on our popular cruise of southeast Alaska and the Inside Passage, from Vancouver to Juneau. 

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 Sawyer Glacier  The evocative Misty Fjords  Misty Fjords  Harbor seal lounging on an iceberg. Credit: Larisa Manewal  Pod of Orca whales  Breaching whale   Bear seen along the coastline  The town of Ketchikan  Colorful Creek Street in in Ketchikan. Credit: Mary Dossat  Totems and clan house, Ketchikan  Beaver Clan artist Nathan Jackson, Saxman Native Village. Credit: Sharon Harrison  The town of Sitka. Credit: ©State of Alaska/Mark Kelley  St. Michael's Russian Orthodox Church in Sitka. Credit: ©State of Alaska/Mark Kelley  Totem at Sitka National Historic Park. Credit: Matt Hage/Alaska Tourism Bureau  Bald eagles  Eagle at the Sitka Raptor Center  South Sawyer Glacier  Calving ice at South Sawyer Glacier  Calving glacier  View of Tracy Arm  Waterfall amid the forest, Endicott Arm  View of Juneau from Mt. Roberts  View of Vancouver's harbor

Alaska's Glaciers and the Inside Passage

A Cruise from Vancouver to Juneau

8 days | Full tour details to be announced soon

Join us for an extraordinary adventure of a lifetime on our popular cruise of southeast Alaska and the Inside Passage, from Vancouver to Juneau. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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Jul 26 - Aug 2, 2021 Departure
Patricia Hostiuck

Patricia Hostiuck

Patty Hostiuck has roamed the globe as a naturalist for three decades, seeking out wildlife-rich niches, investigating breathtaking landscapes, and sharing her insights with thoughtful travelers. Her academic background in biology and geography shape a perspective that spotlights the importance of place, the abiding interdependence of living things, and the critical influence of nature on human cultures.  She has served as a National Forest Ranger and National Park Ranger, worked extensively leading eco-travel and expedition trips from the tropics to both polar regions, and has led—on all 7 continents and on all 7 major oceans—over 100 Smithsonian Journeys from A to Z (literally, Antarctica to Zimbabwe). A highly praised leader with impressive field expertise, an astonishing breadth of knowledge, and an avid following, Patty’s passion to untangle nature’s secrets comes across in her engaging presentations, informal commentary, and one-on-one chats. Travelers will benefit from her encyclopedic knowledge, irresistible enthusiasm, spirit of adventure, and sense of fun.