Glacier Bay National Park was Naturalist John Muir's playground. He explored this 25-million acre World Heritage Site in a dugout wooden canoe with several Tlingit Indians as his guides.
I recently had the opportunity to discover Glacier Bay National Park on an 84-guest ship with Un-Cruise Adventures' Safari Endeavour. Due to the nature of this small ship (232 feet in length) we were able to sail into places that larger ships could never consider. We kayaked next to tide water glaciers and watched sea otters, salmon and sea lions swim in their southeast Alaska backyard. You, too, have the opportunity to discover Glacier Bay National Park up close.