Glacier Bay National Park has it all—glaciers that calve enormous icebergs, an ocean teeming with humpback whales, sea otters, orca, seals, and sea lions, a diverse shoreline and some of the planet's most inspiring scenery all around! Glacier Bay is home to a healthy population of both black and brown bears, as well as bald eagles, and the calm, glassy seas of the inside passage mirror and magnify the grand panorama of the Alaskan landscape. It really is place that must be seen to be believed. To give you a hint at what Glacier Bay has in store, we've put together a gallery of images from MTS Alaska kayaking guide A.Z. Andis that we simply can't stop looking at! We hope you enjoy them too. To see more of Andis' photos of Alaska, natural history stuff, and more check him out on Instagram at @azandis.
SPECIAL DEPARTURE ANNOUNCEMENT!
In addition to our always popular Glacier Bay National Park Kayaking & Wildlife Adventure we're offering one very special departure of the classic Glacier Bay Expedition honoring the memory and legacy of Alaska Discovery co-founder and Alaska conservation pioneer Ken Leghorn. For details on this special July 13, 2018 departure click here or call us at 1-888-831-7526 today.