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12-Day Ultimate Alaska: Kenai Fjords, Denali & Alaska Peninsula

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12-Day Ultimate Alaska: Kenai Fjords, Denali & Alaska Peninsula


  • Anchorage
  • Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
  • Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Denali National Park
  • Seward
  • Talkeetna


As wildlife specialists, we've carefully paired two of Alaska’s most popular and iconic national parks while avoiding crowds and maximizing wildlife possibilities. Kayak, canoe, hike and spot wildlife amongst the spectacular glaciers and fjords of Kenai Fjords National Park. Then avoid the traffic and crowds of Denali National Park's entrance area as we venture deeper into the park to search for wildlife along migratory paths and nature habitats in the heart of the wilderness.

  • Escape the usual eco-tourism locals for exclusive access to remote parts of the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge for unprecedented opportunities to observe unhabituated Grizzly Bears
  • Explore two of Alaska’s favorite National Parks – Kenai Fjords and Denali – with access to remote deluxe wilderness lodges in both parks
  • Sensational coastal Alaska wildlife viewing of Orca and Humpback whales, Stellar’s sea lions, puffins and more, along with the chance to paddle a canoe or kayak among bergy bits near stunning glaciers
  • Exceptional tundra hiking amidst unforgettable mountain vistas of the Alaska Range, including the grandeur of Mt. Denali – North America’s tallest peak at 20,322 ft.
  • Journey across sea and land in comfort and style aboard custom small ships, comfortable touring vehicles and the historic Alaska Railroad
  • A Wildlife Photographer’s Dream Trip! Our experienced naturalist guides are experts in maximizing wildlife sightings!

Itinerary at a Glance

  • DAY 1 Arrive in Anchorage
  • DAY 2 Anchorage / Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
  • DAY 3 & 4 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
  • DAY 5 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge / Anchorage
  • DAY 6 Anchorage / Kenai Fjords National Park: Marie Wildlife & Glacier Cruise
  • DAY 7 Explore Kenai Fjords National Park
  • DAY 8 Kenai Fjords / Seward
  • DAY 9 Seward / Talkeetna
  • DAY 10 Talkeetna / Denali National Park
  • DAY 11 Denali National Park
  • DAY 12 Denali Sled Dogs, Alaskan Railroad to Anchorage

NOTE: 14-Day version includes 2 free days with hotel in Anchorage between segments

12-Day Ultimate Alaska: Kenai Fjords, Denali & Alaska Peninsula

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive in Anchorage
Arrive in Alaska at least the day before your trip begins and overnight in Anchorage, as you will be starting early tomorrow morning. Overnight at Hilton Garden Inn or similar.

DAY 2 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
Transfer from your hotel this morning to Anchorage’s Municipal Airport, Merrill Field, by 7:15 am. This segment will start with an incredible scenic flight from Anchorage to Wildman Wilderness Lodge. You will travel southwest by comfortable twin engine aircraft through Lake Clark and Katmai National Parks, along the volcano-studded Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, viewing wildlife and exploring the wonders of the remote Alaska Peninsula. Photograph glaciers, volcanoes and miles of untouched wilderness along the way, then down the Bering Sea coastline, all before reaching Wildman Wilderness Lodge. Here in Alaska’s true wilderness, Brown Bear, Pacific Walrus and Wolves are our closest neighbors, while moose, caribou, fox and many more wild species flourish all around us and the bird species are too numerous to count. You will enjoy 4 days of guided wildlife photo safaris featuring Alaska’s most wild creatures in their natural habitat. Like nowhere else on the planet, the Alaska Peninsula is truly wild! Each day our experienced Bush Pilots and wilderness guides will show you a wildlife viewing experience that you will never forget, and return to the warmth and comfort of this deluxe wilderness lodge each evening. Nowhere else in Alaska will you find real uninhabited wild animals roaming as they did a century ago. This is not a canned tourist attraction, this is an exclusive wildlife photo safari, guided by real Alaskans on the remote Alaska Peninsula. Here, unlike even Alaska’s best national parks, the bears never see people, and neither will you.

Arrive mid-day. Enjoy lunch, guest orientation and briefing on “The Flora and Fauna of the Alaska Peninsula”

Then embark on a jet boat wildlife viewing tour on Ocean River’s pure artesian waters to spot bears, caribou, wolves and more. Visit the site of an ancient native village, dating back 4,000 years, where more than 400 dwellings once stood on the banks of Ocean River.

DAY 3 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge - All Day Brown Bear and Wildlife Excursion:
Depart Wildman Lodge after a hearty breakfast for an all-day guided Alaska Grizzly Bear viewing excursion by jet boat, with our experienced river guides.

Watch for migrating or calving herds of Barren Ground Caribou, often being followed by hungry Arctic wolves. Along the river you may also see: River Otter, Mink, Beaver and Brown Bear. Birding: watch for Sand hill Crane, Tundra Swan, Bald Eagle and a variety of different waterfowl species often seen on the way to the Willy Creek salmon spawning grounds.

Enjoy a Salmon Bake shore lunch over an open driftwood fire on the black sand of Bering Sea Beach. There are many tracks of bears and wolves who wander these beaches at night and the early hours of the Aleutian mornings.

Wild Planet Adventures Exclusive!

Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge Here in Alaska's true wilderness, Brown Bear, Pacific Walrus, and Wolves are our closest neighbors; while moose, caribou, fox and many more wild species flourish all around us and the bird species are too numerous to count. Each day embark on Safaris to view and photograph Alaska’s most wild creatures in their natural habitat. Like no where else on the planet, the Alaska Peninsula is truly, in the Wild! Join our experienced Alaska Bush Pilots and Wilderness Guides for a wildlife viewing experience that you will never forget, and return to the warmth and comfort of our deluxe wilderness lodge each evening. Nowhere else in Alaska will you find real uninhabited wild animals roaming as they did a century ago. This is not a canned tourist attraction, this is an EXCLUSIVE Alaska Wildlife Safari, guided by real Alaskans on the remote Alaska Peninsula. If you want to see more bears than people, don’t go to a National Park! Visit the Alaska Peninsula Wildlife Refuge, where the bears never see people, and neither will you!

DAY 4 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge - All Day Scenic-Flight Assisted Wildlife Expedition
This morning we’ll start our full day wildlife flight-seeing with a visit to Alaska’s premier walrus colony. We’ll land on the Bering Sea coastline and spend the day at Cape Seniavan, Alaska’s premier walrus haul-out where we generally find hundreds to thousands of Pacific Walrus, resting and digesting on the black volcanic sand beach, beneath the protective cliffs of Cape Seniavan. Photographic opportunities are endless as we take your up close and personal with these 4,000-pound fin-footed sea mammals. In addition to Pacific walrus, we often see marine mammals such as Orka, Steller Sea Lion, Seals and coastal birds including hundreds of Bering Sea Species. In abundance are Bald Eagles, Gyre Falcons, Red and Black Legged Kittiwakes, Arctic Terns, Puffins, Cormorants, Jaegers, Shearwaters, Murre, Gulls and more.

Enjoy shore lunch along the black sand Bering Sea Beach and join our guides and naturalists for beach combing and birding in this wildlife-packed coastal habitat.

DAY 5 Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge
This morning enjoy an alpine tundra hike and learn about the wild berries, mushrooms, fireweed and numerous Alaska wildflowers while birding on our “Wildflower Loop”. Finish off your check list of Alaskan mammals, birds, plants, edible berries and wildflowers. Then prepare for your breathtaking 500-mile scenic flight return to Anchorage, arriving by early afternoon. Your scenic flight provides one last opportunity to view the glacier-blanketed mountains of the Aleutian Range as you travel back to civilization in our fast, comfortable twin engine aircraft. Overnight Hilton Garden Inn, Anchorage or similar.

DAY 6 Marine Wildlife & Glacier Cruise
Meet your trip leader at 6:30 a.m. this morning, then enjoy a scenic drive south along Turnagain Arm to Seward, a picturesque seacoast town situated at the head of Resurrection Bay. Embark on a marine wildlife and glacier cruise bound for Kenai Fjords National Park, home to an array of glaciers and marine wildlife such as whales, Steller sea lions, sea otters, puffins and more! Enjoy lunch in front of a tidewater glacier before arriving at our exclusive lodge destination: Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge. Overnight at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge.

DAY 7 Explore Kenai Fjords National Park
Enjoy a full day of exploration at the lodge and choose from an array of activities to match your interest and energy level. Guided options include interpretive nature walks, sea kayaking amid glacial ice, canoeing in the lagoon and coastal explorations. Or relax at the lodge by the wood stove, peruse the natural history library or take a leisurely stroll along the beachfront. Overnight at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge.

DAY 8 Kenai Fjords / Seward
This morning allows for a final half-day activity at the Glacier Lodge before boarding our boat for the return wildlife cruise to Seward. Enjoy a fine dinner with your group and spend the evening relaxing at Seward Windsong Lodge this evening. Overnight at Seward Windsong Lodge.

DAY 9 Seward / Takeetna - Gateway to the Alaska Range
Begin the journey north through the scenic Chugach State Park to Talkeetna, gateway to the Alaska Range. Once there, you'll have the freedom to choose from several activities, including a guest favorite - flightseeing! Take to the skies on an optional flightseeing tour of Denali and its adjacent glacial canyons or wander through "downtown" Talkeetna and learn about mountaineering and Talkeetna's history. Tonight, you have the flexibility to dine with the other members of your group or enjoy a great meal on your own. Overnight in Talkeetna.

DAY 10 Talkeetna / Denali National Park
After a hearty breakfast, we begin our journey further north to our charming and small-scale Denali accommodations. We’ll travel in comfort from Talkeetna to the Denali Education Center, near the entrance to Denali National Park where we’ve made special arrangements for local experts to share a “Welcome to the Subarctic” presentation. Then we’ll put our new knowledge of Denali’s history, ecology and geology to use on an interactive guided nature hike, as we explore Denali’s beautiful front country sights and sounds. After our day of exploring Denali by foot, we’ll check into Tonglen Lake Lodge. This secluded 5-acre piece of paradise boasts incredible mountain views, lakeside solitude and authentically Alaskan crafted “hide- away” style guest cabins. In addition to rustically elegant and private guest accommodations, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a rotation of optional activities, which may include local nature walks, yoga, evening art and music events, Native Alaskan cultural presentations and more. Appetizers followed by a savory dinner in the main lodge await us this evening. Following dinner, we’ve carved out some free time to settle in and relax. Tonglen Lake Lodge routinely offers evening bonfires and yard games as a fun option for guests. Overnight at Tonglen Lake Lodge.

DAY 11 Denali National Park
Today, we’ll enjoy a peaceful morning and breakfast at Tonglen Lake Lodge, followed by a new perspective of Denali – by bus. One of our favorite ways to explore Denali and increase the odds of seeing Alaska’s charismatic wildlife is by way of an interpretative bus tour. Our trip will start at the Denali Visitors Center and will include awe-inspiring sights along the way. Make sure to have your camera and binoculars at the ready; there’s always the possibility to spot a majestic eagle overhead or a lumbering grizzly foraging along the road’s edge. After our drive tour adventure, we’ll return to Tonglen Lake Lodge for dinner and unwinding. Overnight Tonglen Lake Lodge.

DAY 12 Denali Sled Dogs, Alaskan Railroad to Anchorage
On the last day of this active adventure, we’ll enjoy a more relaxed morning at Tonglen Lake before embarking on our voyage south to Anchorage. After breakfast, we’ll make our way to visit Alaska’s 4-legged “celebrities” – Alaskan sled dogs! You’ll be able to learn more about how sled dogs serve an important role throughout rural and remote Alaskan communities. Next, board the historic Alaska Railroad for comfortable sightseeing en route back to Anchorage. You’ll arrive safely at the Anchorage Rail Depot (located at 411 West 1st Avenue) at approximately 8:30 p.m. Taxis are located directly outside the rail terminal and are easy to access. Although transfers to the airport or local hotels are not included, some hotels include courtesy shuttle service from the rail depot to their property.



Alaska Lodging


Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage

10 minutes from downtown and Anchorage International Airport, the Hilton Garden Inn offers a free shuttle to and from both. Enjoy the views at Westchester Lagoon, four miles away, or Beluga Point Sight, 15 miles. The Garden Grille restaurant and bar serves breakfast and dinner, with evening room service. The Pavilion Pantry is open 24 hours for drinks and snacks.


Wildman Lodge

Wildman Lake Lodge is a truly “in the wild” fly in only remote lodge, located 500 miles southwest of Anchorage on the remote Alaska Peninsula, on the banks of a crystal clear artesian river teaming with brightly colored salmon, trout and Arctic Char.  Guests are accommodated in a handful of cozy, Alaskan-themed duplex cabins, most with a shared bathroom between the two private bedrooms.

Wildman is not located in a village or on a river with ANY other lodges. Wildman Lodge is truly a remote wilderness lodge where you won’t see anyone that you didn’t see at breakfast. AND... You won’t find better location to observe Alaska's diverse wildlife!


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

As the only wilderness lodge within Alaska’s 700,000-acre Kenai Fjords National Park, a stay at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge offers unparalleled wilderness access for your Alaska vacation! Nestled within an Alaska Native-owned wildlife sanctuary, the lodge and guest cabins enjoy stunning views of Pedersen Glacier. The lodge features a beautiful dining room and lounge area, as well as a staffed bar for a glass of beer or wine. An expansive deck with rocking chairs and views of Pedersen Glacier are just steps out from the main lodge. Private cabins, fresh and hearty meals prepared with gourmet flair, and a relaxing cedar sauna equipped with a Finnish stove complete your experience in rugged seacoast Alaska.

Kenai Backcountry Lodge (Alternate)

Located in the heart of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge on the shores of glacier-carved Skilak Lake, Kenai Backcountry Lodge is a remote wilderness retreat. Accessible only by boat, this historic property offers a chance to relax and reconnect with nature far from busy tourist areas. Activities are designed to highlight the stunning landscape, including the magnificent Cottonwood Trail overlooking the surrounding mountains and Skilak Lake below.

Cozy guest cabins are nestled into the forest and just steps away from the outdoor gazebo, wood-fired sauna and main lodge. Fresh and Alaskan-sourced gourmet meals are always a highlight of Alaska Wildland trips, and ask about the custom hydro-electric system, which utilizes the power of a nearby creek to lessen the dependence on generators.

Kenai Riverside Lodge (Alternate)

With cabins right on the banks of the turquoise Kenai River, Kenai Riverside Lodge is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and is in close proximity to the nation’s second-largest national forest, Chugach National Forest, and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. During the day, hike through these wilderness areas, raft the mild class II+ rapids of Kenai Canyon, fish for world-famous Alaska salmon and trout, and keep your eye out for wildlife!

You’ll feel right at home in our cozy cabins, complete with private bath and porch. The authentically Alaskan ambience permeates this property, from the expansive riverside deck to the wood-fired sauna. Fresh and hearty gourmet meals complete your experience in gorgeous riverside Alaska.


Windsong Lodge

Set alongside the Resurrection River, on the edge of Chugach National Forest near the Exit Glacier, Windsong Lodge is a tranquil retreat designed to showcase Alaska’s wild beauty. While the bustling port of Seward and vast protected expanses of Kenai Fjords National Park are mere minutes away, Windsong’s peaceful setting and unique dining experiences offer a quiet and cozy escape after an exhilarating day of exploration.


Tonglen Lake Lodge

Tonglen Lake Lodge is a small boutique artisan lodge with just 11 cabins and some rooms in the main guest house. It is tucked away and surrounded by peaks of the Alaska Range. You will not be in the traffic and crowds of Denali's entrance area, which allows us to visit Denali National Park while keeping the spirit of a more intimate and authentic experience with the special arrangements we have made.


Alaska Activities

At a Glance

We know you've chosen to travel with us for our wildlife emphasis, so we've included a wide variety of adventure activities designed to educate, inspire, and bring out the wonder in you. All of our Alaska vacation's activities are flexibly designed to accommodate different skill levels and interests, while exposing you to a variety of unique eco-systems in order to see the most amount of wildlife. And did we mention fun?

Unparalleled Wildlife Viewing

Spot brown bears, moose, snowshoe hares, bald and golden eagles, mountain goats, spawning salmon, river otters, ptarmigan, sea lions, seals, Dall porpoises, humpback & minke whales, orcas and more.

Exclusive Wildlife Activities

Marine wildlife and glacier-viewing cruise:

A half-day cruise for marine wildlife and natural wonders along the spectacular coastal fjords and glaciers.

Canoeing at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge’s Pedersen Lagoon:

A casual paddling experience with no experience necessary


Half-day and full-day kayaking options include the calm waters of the protected Pedersen Lagoon and the more moderate to challenging kayaking near Aialik Glacier, in open-sea conditions. No experience is necessary for either, and our guides will help discuss each kayaking route and option with you in advance to help you select the best option for your desired activity level.


Choose from amongst casual, moderate and challenging hikes with varying altitude gain, from a few hundred feet to a few thousand feet. Many hikes will offer the opportunity to access alpine tundra with excellent mountain views.

Optional, unguided activities include:

Beach combing, gold panning and mountain biking.

Optional Flight-Seeing:

Available on the afternoon of Day 5 through the morning of Day 8, either in Talkeetna or in Kantishna sector of Denali National Park. a 60 plus minute flight throughout the Alaska Range starts at about $300/per person and up, depending on the flight path desired.


Alaska Wildlife

Likely Sightings

  • Whales (Orca, Humpback, Dall’s Porpoises)
  • Stellar’s Sea Lions
  • Harbor Seals
  • Sea Otters
  • Puffins, Bald Eagles, Owls, Ravens and a wide variety birds
  • Dall Sheep and mountain goats
  • Black and Grizzly Bears
  • Moose
  • Caribou
  • Ground Squirrels, Ermines and Ptarmigan

Rare or Endangered Possible Sightings

  • Wolves and Arctic foxes
  • Porcupines
  • Lynx
  • Beluga, Fin, Sperm and Blue Whales
  • Wolverines
  • Muskox

Alaska Guides

Brooke Edwards

Brooke Edwards; Expert Naturalist Guide

Brooke Edwards started guiding in 1998 and has shared her travel expertise in various roles throughout the years. With a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Whitman College and a Master’s degree in Environmental Education specializing in Ecotourism from The Audubon Expedition Institute, she loves sharing her passion and knowledge of the natural world and wildlife with intrepid travelers, building meaningful relationships along the way. In addition to being an expert naturalist guide throughout The Last Frontier, Brooke can also be found guiding skiing tours in Japan or surfing in Central America. Her guiding has led her on adventures all over the world from Antarctica to Alaska. She calls Girdwood, Alaska home and looks forward to sharing her favorite Alaska stories with you, all while helping scan and point out Alaska’s charismatic wildlife along the way.


Alaska Departures

Alaska-12-Day Ultimate Alaska: Kenai Fjords, Denali & Alaska Peninsula

Aug 01, 2023 - Aug 12, 2023 12-days $12,798 -- SOLD OUT
Aug 08, 2023 - Aug 21, 2023 14-days $13,798** -- SOLD OUT

** 14-Day version includes 2 free days with hotel in Anchorage between segments


Alaska FAQ

Alaska Facts for Visitors


Alaska is a U.S. state located on the northwest extremity of the North American Continent, just across the Bering Strait from Asia. An exclave of the U.S., it borders the Canadian province of British Columbia and territory of Yukon to the east and southeast and has a maritime border with Russia's Chukotka Autonomous Okrug to the west. To the north are the Chukchi and Beaufort seas of the Arctic Ocean, while the Pacific Ocean lies to the south and southwest.


Alaska has more than three million lakes. Marshlands and wetland permafrost cover 188,320 square miles (487,700 km2) (mostly in northern, western and southwest flatlands). Glacier ice covers about 28,957 square miles (75,000 km2) of Alaska. The Bering Glacier is the largest glacier in North America, covering 2,008 square miles (5,200 km2) alone.


Alaska is the largest U.S. state by area and the seventh-largest subnational division in the world. It is the third-least populous and the most sparsely populated state, with an estimated population of 738,432. Approximately half of Alaska's residents live within the Anchorage metropolitan area. The state capital of Juneau is the second-largest city in the United States by area, comprising more territory than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware.

Alaska's indigenous population is proportionally the highest of any U.S. state, at over 15 percent. Close to two dozen native languages are spoken, and Alaskan Natives exercise considerable influence in local and state politics.


English is the official language and is spoken commonly across the statee. According to the 2011 American Community Survey, 83.4% of people over the age of five spoke only English at home. About 3.5% spoke Spanish at home, 2.2% spoke another Indo-European language, about 4.3% spoke an Asian language (including Tagalog), and about 5.3% spoke other languages at home.

Entry Requirements:

Whether you can travel to Alaska without a visa will be determined by your country of origin. Meaning, if you are a citizen of one of the 39 countries member of the Visa Waiver Program you do not have to apply for a tourist visa to Alaska. Instead, you can obtain the ESTA Alaska by completing an online form with your personal details and passport info.

Though Alaska is not a common destination, it is still part of the United States and travelers must follow US immigration regulations and laws. Upon arrival in Alaska, travelers will be required to present a valid passport and a valid ESTA or US tourist visa.

Please contact your local US Embassy / Consulate for up-to-date entry requirements.

Banking and Currency:

The currency of United states is the United States Dollar (USD). Current exchange rates can be found at Many, but not all, locations accept credit cards, mainly Visa and MasterCard.

Climate and Weather:

The climate in Southeast Alaska is a mid-latitude oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification: Cfb) in the southern sections and a subarctic oceanic climate (Köppen Cfc) in the northern parts. On an annual basis, Southeast is both the wettest and warmest part of Alaska with milder temperatures in the winter and high precipitation throughout the year. Juneau averages over 50 in. (130 cm) of precipitation a year, and Ketchikan averages over 150 in. (380 cm). This is also the only region in Alaska in which the average daytime high temperature is above freezing during the winter months.

The climate of Anchorage and south-central Alaska is mild by Alaskan standards due to the region's proximity to the seacoast. While the area gets less rain than southeast Alaska, it gets more snow, and days tend to be clearer. On average, Anchorage receives 16 in. (41 cm) of precipitation a year, with around 75 in. (190 cm) of snow, although there are areas in the south-central region which receive far more snow. It is a subarctic climate (Köppen: Dfc) due to its brief, cool summers.

Summer in Alaska begins in June and lasts through early September. Travel during these months is usually very comfortable. Each month has its features - June's daylight, July's flowers, August's berries, September's fall colors and northern lights - so there's always a "best time!"

Electricity and Plug Standards:

Electrical outlets, plugs and voltage are all exactly the same as in the rest of the United States (120V).

WIFI - All the hotels we use have wifi. Some places have faster/better service than others, but it is generally available.

Time Zone:

Most of Alaska falls withing the Pacific Time Zone (PST) while the western Aleutian Islands observe Hawaii-Aleutian Time, 1 hour behind the remainder of the state.

Sales Taxes:

The State of Alaska does not levy a sales tax; there are, however, several municipal governments that do. Inidividual municipalities have wide authority to set their own taxation rates, and sales tax can be as high as 7.5%.


Tipping is never expected, but always appreciated. General guidelines are:

  • Hotel housekeeping staff: US$2 per day per room
  • Guides: US$20/person/day
  • Drivers and Boat Captains: Half what you prefer to tip your guide
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    • Wildlife-focused ecotour, packed with specially-designed activities to maximize wildlife viewing
    • Interact with biologists on scientific, researcher-led activities to swim with whale sharks and measure & tag sea turtles
    • Boat, kayak, snorkel, paddleboard and more, with chance to see 9 species of whales including Blue and Sperm, plus orcas, dolphins, manta rays and more
    • Once-in-a-lifetime chance to snorkel with playful sea-lions
    • Wild Planet Exclusive: Heartwarming Turtle hatchling experience – Participate in releasing baby turtle hatchlings to the sea!
    We're Wild for Wildlife...
    • Wildlife-focused ecotour, packed with specially-designed activities to maximize wildlife viewing
    • Interact with biologists on scientific, researcher-led activities to swim with whale sharks and measure & tag sea turtles
    • Boat, kayak, snorkel, paddleboard and more, with chance to see 9 species of whales including Blue and Sperm, plus orcas, dolphins, manta rays and more
    • Once-in-a-lifetime chance to snorkel with playful sea-lions
    • Wild Planet Exclusive: Heartwarming Turtle hatchling experience – Participate in releasing baby turtle hatchlings to the sea!

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