Spend three days at this gem and explore the Glacier Bay National Park as you go on a boat tour as well as a whale watching cruise.
Discover the secrets of spectacular Glacier Bay National Park, the wonders of the scenic White Pass railroad and Alaska’s capital city in one trip.

Glacier Bay National Park

As its name implies, much of Glacier Bay National Park is water. Most of the land within the park is mountainous, covered with dense rain forest or alder thickets, and without roads or trails. While a few hardy travelers hike, raft, or climb the mountains, the vast majority of visitors travel by salt water. Glacier Bay is a natural waterway from Alaska's Inside Passage to the tidewater glaciers that are the park's main attraction. Its numerous branches, inlets, lagoons, islands, and passages offer virtually limitless opportunities for exploration.

Travel options from May through September include scheduled and charter air services, passenger ferries, cruise ships, tour boats, and charter boats. Activities in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve are very diverse. Whether you have a few hours or a lifetime, whether your idea of adventure is a ranger-led walk or a bivouac in a snow cave, there is plenty to do here!

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