Glacier Bay. You've read about it and dreamed about it. Now you can experience it with Whale Song Adventures.
Cruise the magical waters of Glacier Bay National Park. Enjoy hiking, sea kayaking, tidepooling and nature walks, bird watching, and glacier excursions with your on-board naturalist
Spend 3 or 4 days exploring upper Bay and it's magnificent glaciers, inlets, and wildlife. These days would be filled with hiking wild beaches looking for tracks of bear, moose, and wolves, walking on tidewater glaciers, hiking up a mountainside for birds-eye views, and exploring by sea kayak (no previous experience necessary). Our remote anchorages will find you in secluded coves rarely visited by others.
Bald eagles soar and seals lounge on ice floes as you discover the breathtaking fjords and watch glaciers calve. Kayak along the face of a glacier marveling at the grander that surrounds you.. At days end, return to the welcoming warmth of the Whale Song for a cup of hot chocolate or glass of wine, to savor a delicious meal (fresh seafood, of course!), and absorb the beauty that is Glacier Bay while sitting on the deck during the long Alaskan twilight.
After the inner Bay journey we will travel through Icy Straits visiting several inlets, and small southeast communities. We will spend a day reveling in the playful antics of humpback whales. Dining on the fresh catch of the day while listening to the song of the humpbacks is a great compliment to the music and song of the Whale Song.
We recommend 6 days for your custom adventure that introduces you to the beauty and grander of Glacier Bay.
Your adventure would begin on Saturday evening with a simple dinner onboard the Whale Song in a quiet anchorage. The next 6 days will be spent onboard and will end in Gustavus on Friday afternoon. The total cost for this trip is $2850.00 per person. Our daily rate is $475 per person per day but please feel free to call regarding trips of shorter or longer duration. We specialize in families so please call for our family rates.
Glacier Bay. It's not just a place to see... It's a place to experience.