Part of the Aleutian Islands, that trail out into the Bering Sea from the Alaskan Peninsula. Geologically, the archipelago is a continuation of the Aleutian Range, which is on the Alaskan mainland, and contains a number of volcanic peaks. All of the Aleutians resulted from Earth's volcanic process, and two of the most impressive examples are the soaring ice-capped peaks of the Andreanofs' Kanaga and Tanaga islands. The volcanoes afford a striking backdrop to searching the shorelines for peregrine falcons, bald eagles, tufted puffins, and countless other wildlife species that inhabit these islands and the surrounding waters. The other principal islands of the Andreanof Group are Boborof, Adak, Atka and Amlia.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.