We invite you to join Captain Kimber Owen on a Glacier Bay Adventure Cruise aboard the Sea Wolf this spring. Early season departures feature discount pricing, a complimentary overnight and dinner at the Fanny Mae Lodge. Springtime in Glacier Bay is special for a variety of reasons. I’ll let Kimber explain it in this special post from Captain Kimber Owen of Sea Wolf Adventures.
Small ship cruise expert Todd Smith compiles a list of his favorite wilderness lodges matched to specific cruises. Read his top 7 picks.
We’ve discovered a way to combine two new ultra-active 8-day Alaska trips (one a small ship cruise, the other a backcountry lodge adventure) into one extreme Alaska trip. Are you game?
Kenai Fjords National Park’s Bear Glacier is the face of one of the new Earthscapes Forever stamps. Read about the stamp and how to visit Bear Glacier yourself!
If remote, cultural travel is on your bucket list, read on to see what AdventureSmith founder Todd Smith names as his top cultural small ship cruises.
Viewing bears in the wild along the Brooks River in Katmai National Park is one of the greatest wildlife encounters available on earth. Now you can enjoy the adventure from the comfort of your own couch with the new Brown Bear and Salmon Cam. Read the full story “Webcams Make Alaska bears accessible” or view [...]
Alaskan Dream Cruises has announced their lineup of 2013 Alaska small ship cruise. Also announced are early booking discounts with up to 35% savings on select departures when booked before July 31, 2012.
Ice worms are the stuff of tall tales and as a naturalist in Alaska I’ve spun my share of yarn about these unlikely creatures. While sitting in front of a particularly blue glaciers I would explain, in a very serious tone, how the blue color of the ice comes from the blue eyes of the [...]
Meet the AdventureSmith office dogs in this special post for Take Your Dog to Work Day.
Thank you AdventureSmith Family of Travelers! So far this year you have contributed over $2000 to Alaska Geographic, our conservation partners in Alaska.