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Misty Fjords, Alaska Cruises

As beautiful as they sound, the Misty Fjords are a designated wilderness where you will be surrounded by fresh green forests. The Misty Fjords National Monument is part of the Tongass National Forest, situated not far from the popular port of Ketchikan. Here, mountains tower high with near-vertical walls, all naturally created by glacial movements. Spruce and cedar trees dominate the landscape, home to mountain goats, deer and bears amongst other animal residents, while you can often spot killer and humpback whales, as well as seals, amongst the crisp waters.

In a remote location, the Misty Fjords are generally only accessed by sea or by air, putting you in a privileged position as a cruise visitor. This location offers a true escape from commercialism and from the hustle and bustle of daily life, with stark contrast to some of the world's busier city-based cruise ports. Acres of rock, forest and mist as far as the eye can see, making memories that will surely last forever – just make sure you pack your camera, so you can share the landscapes with family back home.

The Misty Fjords are 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT -8).

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