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Wild Alaska and the Bering Sea
Sorry. There are no scheduled departures for this expedition.
Below please find rates, cabin availability, and the items and services included and excluded in the expedition price. Please note that we may be able to offer a limited number of triple occupancy accommodations on this expedition; please call our office to inquire.
Rates and availability will be available once the itinerary is finalized.
- All gratuities; accommodations in our hotels and on board the Caledonian Sky as outlined in the itinerary; all onboard meals; all group meals on land; arrival and departure transfers on group dates; services of the expedition staff, including lectures, briefings, slide/film shows; all group activities and excursions; landing and port fees; $50,000 of medical expense coverage and $75,000 in emergency evacuation insurance.
- All air transportation; excess baggage charges; airport arrival and departure taxes; transfers for independent arrivals and departures; passport and/or visa fees; baggage/trip cancellation insurance; items of a personal nature such as laundry, bar charges, alcoholic beverages, e-mail/Internet/fax/telephone charges.
Know Before You Go
For most activities, a relatively moderate level of exertion is required. You will need to climb, unaided, in and out of Zodiacs for excursions ashore; staff and crew members will be on hand to assist. Many of the landings will be “wet” and require that you wear waterproof, knee-high boots. Ashore, you must be able to walk moderate distances, unaided, over occasionally rough and often slippery terrain. We’ve designed our shore excursions to accommodate both those who enjoy gentle strolls and those who prefer more active hikes. Climate conditions vary depending upon our ship’s position. Summer temperatures in Alaska range from approximately 40º to 60ºF. Flexibility is a must, as itineraries are subject to change, and landings may be tidal or weather dependent.