Alaska Glaciers Whales and Wildlife Multi-Adventure
Raw Nature from Glacier Bay to Tongass National Forest
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 famed for its marine wildlife and stunning glaciers, and Tongass National Forest. At Point Adolphus, watch 50-ton humpback whales, 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 together at Anan Bear Observatory, and hike on a massive glacier only accessible by helicopter.
- 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
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