Kashevarof Islands
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 11 Jul 2022

Kashevarof Islands, 7/11/2022, National Geographic Sea Bird

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Bird
  • Alaska

Today, we explored the Kashevarof Islands, named by the Russians after a little-known marine officer. The archipelago’s islands were later named Bushy, Scrubby, Middle, and East. We spent the morning exploring the water with kayaking and Zodiac tours, and we enjoyed a humpback whale sighting! During the afternoon, we explored the islands by foot on a series of short, medium, and long hikes.

Previous Article

Inian Islands

Next Article

Santa Cruz Island: Puerto Ayora, Breeding Centre and Highlands

Wild Alaska Escape: LeConte Bay, Wrangell & the Misty Fjords

VIEW ITINERARY

Sign Up for Daily Expedition Reports

Fields with an asterisk (*) are required.

Enter travel details to receive reports from a single expedition

Send Daily Expedition Reports to friends and family

*By clicking the submit button, I authorize Lindblad Expeditions to email me; however, I am able to unsubscribe at any time. For more details, see our Privacy Policy.

Please note: All Daily Expedition Reports (DERs) are posted Monday-Friday, during normal business hours. DERs are written onboard the ship only and do not apply to land-based portions of expeditions.