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Alaska: A New Perspective on America's Last Frontier

Benefit from over 40 years of Alaska exploration

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In 1981, Sven Lindblad chartered a floatplane in Southeast Alaska to seek out places only accessible by small ship—the first step in bringing 'citizen explorers' to the wildest parts of America's final frontier. Today, Alaska still captivates with the promise of discovery, and the Lindblad Expeditions–National Geographic mission here remains the same: to immerse our guests in an untouched wilderness that few others will experience.


40 Reasons to Explore Alaska

Discover iconic Wild Alaska on expeditions honed over 40 years.

Recommended Expeditions

Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic | A Conservation & Exploration Alliance


The Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic Alliance

Founder Sven Lindblad discusses the companies' legendary collaboration which was built with a single mission: to inspire the world through expedition travel.

Top Alaskan Experiences


Most Amazing Whale Moments

From humpbacks to killer whales, bubble-net feeding to spectacular breaching, southeast Alaska is one of the best places on Earth to observe whales.


Tracy Arm Calving

Guests hopped on Zodiacs to get up close to the face of South Sawyer Glacier just as it was beginning to calve.

Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic's Fleet in Alaska