Alaska Glaciers & Wildlife Multi-Adventure
Journey to Southeast Alaska's largest protected habitats, home to some of the world's most spectacular wildlife and nature. Explore Glacier Bay National Park, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its marine wildlife and stunning glaciers, and Tongass National Forest. Watch 50-ton humpback whales breach at Point Adolphus, and spot porpoises, sea lions, seals, and sea birds. Fly in a small plane to Wrangell to witness brown and black bears fishing for salmon at Anan Bear Observatory. End your adventure with an exciting heli-hiking experience on the Mendenhall Glacier! Stay at warm and welcoming lodgings, including the only hotel within Glacier Bay.
- Explore Southeast Alaska's largest protected wildlife habitats: Glacier Bay National Park and Tongass National Forest
- Spot humpback whales, porpoises, sea lions, sea otters, bald eagles, moose, and bears
- Ride a catamaran, helicopter, tram, and bush planes through pristine wilderness
Internal Airfare: $440
Minimum Age: 12