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7-Day Glacier Bay & Wildlife of Southeast Alaska

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7-Day Glacier Bay & Wildlife of Southeast Alaska

Destinations

  • Juneau
  • Admiralty or Chichagof Island
  • Mendenhall Glacier
  • Haines
  • Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve
  • Chilkoot Lake
  • Rainbow & Davidson Glaciers
  • Kroschel Wildlife Center
  • Chilkoot River
  • Gustavus
  • Glacier Bay

Highlights

As wildlife specialists, we've carefully paired Glacier Bay’s iconic natural wonders with its most sought-after wildlife experiences, led by high-end local naturalist guides:

  • Exclusive, Crowd-Free Grizzley Bear Viewing on Admiralty, Chicagof or nearby islands, with just 2-5 travelers per group!
  • Wildlife focus: 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.
  • Mendenhall Glacier
  • Whale Watching, Salmon Hatchery
  • Chilkat River Scenic Wildlife Float through the heart of the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve
  • Haines: Chilkat State Park, Hiking, Chilkoot Lake canoeing, Rainbow & Davidson Glaciers
  • Kroschel Wildlife Center - Up close wildlife interactions with rescued orphaned wolves, Artic fox, lynx, porcupine, pine martin, mink, reindeer, wolverines and other rare wildlife.
  • Alpine Tundra hike
  • Gustavus – Glacier Bay Scenic Flight, Raptor Center, Pleasure Island Kayaking
  • Glacier Bay day boat – Sail 130 miles through the bay in 7 hours to witness a pristine waterway that was under a river of ice only 250 years ago.
  • Tidewater glaciers and icebergs – See a glacial river of ice hundreds of feet thick and nearly a mile wide and witness the ice calving into the water.

Itinerary at a Glance

  • DAY 1 Coastal Islands (Admiralty, Chichagoff or similar) – Grizzley Bear Viewing
  • DAY 2 Juneau – Mendenhall Glacier Visit, Salmon Hatchery and Whale Watching
  • DAY 3 Haines – Klukwan Native Village Visit and Float Down the Chilkat River
  • DAY 4 Haines – Canoe on Chilkoot Lake, Coastal Hiking, and Chilkat State Park
  • DAY 5 Haines – Kroschel Wildlife Center Visit, Alpine Tundra Walk, and Evening Wildlife Safari
  • DAY 6 Haines/Gustavus – Bald Eagle and Raptor Center, Scenic Flight over Glacier Bay, and Pleasant Island Sea Kayaking
  • DAY 7 Gustavus – Glacier Bay National Park Day Boat Tour and Return Flight to Juneau

7-Day Glacier Bay & Wildlife of Southeast Alaska

Detailed Itinerary

Day 0 Pre-Trip Arrival Day
Upon your arrival into Juneau, your guide will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. Once you are settled, you will have free time to enjoy the state capital of Alaska. Your guide will let you know at what time to meet the next day to start your adventure through Alaska and the Yukon.

Meals & Hotel Not Included

DAY 1 Scenic Flight, Exclusive Wild Grizzley Bear Viewing
Admiralty, Chichagof and the islands of Tongass National Forest are one of Alaska’s premiere areas to see Grizzley bears feasting on wild salmon. A breathtaking scenic flight brings us to this ideal habitat that is home to one of the densest populations of Grizzley bears in the world. We take just 2-5 people (although we can accommodate up to 10 in 2 groups) to observe these amazing animals forage, graze and chase wild salmon. You’ll see the bears in their natural habitat and without crowds of people. Because human visitation is limited, particularly during the salmon runs, we ensure that the bears’ needs come first. While July – August is the peak of bear activity, bear activity can be excellent in May, June and September as well.

DAY 2 Juneau – Mendenhall Glacier Viewing, Salmon Hatchery, and Whale Watching
We will start the day with a narrated tour of downtown Juneau and the city’s highlights. Then we’re off to the Mendenhall Valley, where we will have time to see the visitor’s center, hike through the Tongass National Forest, and view the famed Mendenhall Glacier. Hike to Nugget Falls, down to the lakeside beach, or check out the displays on glaciology. Upon our return, you have the option to join a tour of the salmon hatchery, or you can enjoy your free time exploring downtown. In the afternoon, we will board a catamaran to the coastal fishing town of Haines, and whale watch along the journey! We will pass Eldred Rock Lighthouse, one of the most photographed entities in Alaska, as we keep eyes out for sea lions, seals, bald eagles, Dall porpoises, humpback whales, orcas, and more! Upon our arrival in Haines, we will transfer you to your hotel. You will be at your leisure for the rest of the evening.

Included: B, L

DAY 3 Haines – Klukwan Native Village and Chilkat River Float
Today we will experience the native culture of the Tlingit people on this unique visit to Klukwan, the mother village of the Tlingit Nation, located 22 mile north of Haines. For hundreds of years the Chilkat Tlingit have lived off the bounty of this special place and their close connection to the land will be further revealed throughout our visit. Their Heritage Center provides access to art treasures that have previously not been available to the public. The Whale House collection, uniquely displayed in its place of origin, allows entrance to the Chilkat’s distinctive ethnic landscape. Before departing Klukwan, we will enjoy a picnic lunch while overlooking the glacially fed waters of the Chilkat River. There will also be time to visit the gift shop, where local native arts and crafts can be purchased. Leaving Klukwan we will float through the heart of the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. We will enjoy a scenic float trip (no whitewater) through the Chilkat Valley with great photo opportunities for Eagles and other wildlife amidst the grandeur of glaciated snow-capped peaks. We will spend 2 ½ to 3 hours on the water before returning to Haines. After your float, we will head back to downtown Haines, where you will enjoy free time for the rest of the day. Check out the beaches, hike in Chilkat State Park, wander the local museums, or check out the local brewery, cafes, and restaurants.

Included: B, L

DAY 4 Haines – Canoe on Chilkoot Lake, Coastal Hiking and Wildlife spotting
Our day will start with a drive to the Lutak Inlet and the Chilkoot River Valley. The Chilkoot River corridor offers incredible wildlife viewing: brown bears, eagles, mountain goats, and spawning salmon are all commons sights. Once at the lake, we will board our outboard canoes and explore the serenity of Chilkoot Lake. We will discover the inlets, coves, salmon spawning streams, and numerous waterfalls that spill from the mountains into this pristine lake. After our canoe adventure, we will return to the town of Haines and enjoy a picnic-style lunch at a private oceanside beach. Once we’re back in town, join a spectacular hiking adventure that immerses you in the incredible beauty of Southeast Alaska, where you will be surrounded with amazing mountain and ocean views. From the trailhead, spend the next 2 ½ to 3 hours hiking, surrounded by views of towering, snow-capped mountains and Lynn Canal. We will share with you our knowledge of the area’s flora and fauna, and the amazing glacial history of Alaska. You may see eagles, waterfowl, whales, seals, bears, and moose. Each group is outfitted with binoculars to maximize your opportunities to see up-close the wildlife and the spectacular mountain and river scenery. Afterwards, we will head to Chilkat State Park, which offers incredible views of the Chilkat Inlet, Rainbow and Davidson glaciers. The information center also has spotting scopes so you can spot the inlet wildlife, such as seals, porpoises, and whales. You will be able to spy on bears and mountain goats on the other side of the inlet. The evening will be at your leisure.

Included: B, L

DAY 5 Haines – Kroschel Wildlife Center, Alpine Tundra Walk, Evening Wildlife Viewing
We will start our adventure-packed day with a narrated tour of historic Fort Seward. Continuing onto the Kroschel Wildlife Center, we will experience a hands-on visit and face-to-face encounters with rescued wildlife indigenous to Alaska and the Yukon. From this wildlife refuge, we will head up to the alpine tundra of British Columbia and explore the wildlife world above treeline. Towering peaks loom above in all directions. There are fantastic views of glaciers, cascading waterfalls, and wide expanses of alpine tundra. During the peak of the summer, there are a multitude of wildflowers. Golden eagles, ptarmigan, snowshoe hares, grizzly bears, and other wildlife frequent the area. Your guide will choose from a variety of trails and routes to best fit guest abilities. We will hike in the alpine tundra above Haines Pass; the exact route will depend on weather conditions and group ability, but wherever we go, we will enjoy gorgeous views and wandering trails. After our hike, we will head back down the highway for lunch at the 33 Mile Roadhouse. Arriving back into town, we will journey through the amazing Chilkoot Valley. On our journey to the Chilkoot River corridor, we take in coastal views along the longest fjord in North America, we may spot seals, sea lions, porpoise and whales feeding in these rich waters. The Chilkoot River is home to some of the best bear viewing in Alaska! The river’s huge salmon runs bring good numbers of bears every year. Situated among rugged glaciated peaks, it is home to numerous brown bears, mountain goats, salmon, river otters, and innumerable bald eagles. This area is a birdwatchers paradise with abundant local and migratory birds. Powerful spotting scopes or binoculars will often allow close-range views of mountain goats grazing in high alpine meadows and nesting eagles on this tour. After capturing images and experiencing the incredible natural beauty and wildlife of the Chilkoot River corridor, we’ll enjoy a seaside picnic of sandwiches, chips, fruit, and cookies. Following lunch, we will head to the mouth of the Chilkat River, home to the largest concentration of bald eagles in the world. Our final stop of the tour is habitat to all five species of wild Pacific salmon, drawing all of Alaska’s predators to its shores. The four ice-capped mountain ranges that surround the Chilkat River provide unparalleled photography opportunities.

Included: B, L

DAY 6 Haines & Gustavus – Raptor Center, Glacier Bay Sightseeing, Gustavus Sea Kayaking
After breakfast, we will visit the American Bald Eagle Foundation’s Raptor Center, an interpretive wildlife education center. We will watch a training session with the beautiful bird that is the symbol of America and learn about other native wildlife. After our raptor center tour, we will have the once-in-a-lifetime experience of flying over Glacier Bay National Park on our way to Gustavus. Glacier Bay is one of the most popular destinations for those visiting Alaska; however, most people see it from the bow of a ship. This sightseeing flight offers you the possibility to look down into crevasses hundreds (or thousands) of feet deep! Witness the rivers of ice flowing for miles down from the top of some of North America’s tallest mountains. Once in Gustavus, we will hop on our kayaks and cross the Icy Passage. During this excursion to Pleasure Island, keep an eye for sea otters, porpoises, sea lions, minke whales, orcas, seals and bald eagles. We will paddle along the coast to explore the multitude of intertidal creatures before returning to Gustavus for dinner and leisure time.

Included: B, L

DAY 7 Gustavus – Glacier Bay National Park Day Boat Tour and Flight to Juneau
Today, we will have an early start as we board the Glacier Bay day boat and sail 130 miles through the illustrious and jaw-dropping Glacier Bay. This 7-hour tour will take you on a journey through land- and seascapes rich with wildlife, sailing through a waterway that was under a river of ice only 250 years ago. A National Park Ranger will provide informational commentary throughout the tour. We will sail very close to an isolated island to observe seabirds and marine mammals. Tufted and Horned Puffins and the Common Murre nest here, alongside Pelagic Cormorants and Black-legged Kittiwakes. The area is also the best place to see Steller Sea Lions, as their feeding grounds are close! We will enjoy lunch amidst the icebergs from the tidewater glaciers ahead. After lunch, you will be able to get closer to the river of ice hundreds of feet thick and nearly a mile wide. This will be our chance to see and hear the ice calving into the water – something you will remember for years to come! Upon arrival back to Gustavus, we will board a plane to return to the Juneau airport, where you will be able to connect with a flight home or return to your hotel.

Included: B, L

Note: While not included in the cost, our guides can facilitate group dinners at our favorite spots in town.

Weather delays and associated considerations: Wild Planet Adventures may change the scheduled itinerary due to weather, conditions, or operational conflicts. If, for any reason, one of the schedule itinerary elements is unable to operate as planned, we will implement alternate tour programming which may involve alternate locations and/or different activities.

 

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

Exclusive, Crowd-Free Grizzley Bear Viewing -

World-Class Grizzley bear viewing on Admiralty, Chicagof or nearby islands, with just 2-5 travelers per group!

Alpine Summit Walk -

Cross the border into Canada above treeline for an alpine tundra hike. Towering peaks loom in every direction, while glaciers, cascading waterfalls, and rolling tundra enchant us. During the peak of summer, enjoy multitudes of wildflowers! Golden eagles, ptarmigan, snowshoe hares, grizzly bears, and other wildlife frequent these areas. Your guide will choose from a variety of trail routes to best fit guest abilities.

Float Trip Through Bald Eagle Preserve:

At the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, you’ll experience the largest gathering of bald eagles in the world! Your specially-trained guides await to begin your rafting adventure (a gentle float, no whitewater!). You’ll float peacefully down the Chilkat River aboard an 18-foot inflatable raft – the best way to observe the eagles drawn to feed on the plentiful salmon. Bears and wolves are also occasional guests at the feast. Not only rich in wildlife, the preserve is also a place of incredible beauty, with towering mountains, hanging glaciers and lush forests.

Canoe Trip on Chilkoot Lake:

The Chilkoot River Valley offers incredible wildlife viewing. Brown Bears, eagles, mountain goats, and spawning salmon are commons sights. Our guides are expert naturalists and enjoy sharing their love and knowledge of the Alaskan wilderness. At Chilkoot Lake, you’ll be stepping into a Voyageur canoe, which is stable, comfortable and quiet; perfect for observing nature’s splendor and the wildlife that abounds around this peaceful lake. You’ll be out on the water for about 1.5 hours exploring the inlets, coves, salmon spawning streams and numerous waterfalls that spill off the mountains into the lake.

Chilkat Inlet Coastal Hike:

Enjoy this spectacular hiking adventure that immerses you in the remote beauty of Southeast Alaska, where you will be surrounded with amazing mountain, glacier, and ocean views. Once at the trailhead, the hike begins over rolling terrain through temperate rainforest. Your knowledgeable, naturalist guide will talk about the flora and fauna of the region. The trail is slightly rolling as we make our way towards Moose Meadows, aptly named for the occasional moose seen grazing along the seaside. As we step out onto the beach, we are treated with magnificent glacier views across the fjord. The total hiking distance is about dependent on the group and weather conditions.

Evening Wildlife Safari & Bear Viewing:

In the evening (one of the best times of day to see wildlife), we will journey north of Haines through the amazing Chilkoot Valley. The Chilkoot River is home to some of the best bear viewing in Alaska! The river’s huge salmon runs bring good numbers of bears every year. Situated among rugged glaciated peaks, it is home to numerous brown bears, mountain goats, salmon, river otters, and innumerable bald eagles. This area is a birdwatcher’s paradise with abundant local and migratory birds. Powerful spotting scopes or binoculars will often allow close-range views of mountain goats grazing in high alpine meadows and nesting eagles on this tour. After capturing images and experiencing the incredible natural beauty and wildlife of the Chilkoot River corridor at golden hour, we will head to the mouth of the Chilkat River, home to the largest concentration of bald eagles in the world. Our final stop of the tour is habitat to all five species of wild Pacific salmon, drawing all of Alaska’s predators to its shores. The four ice-capped mountain ranges that surround the Chilkat River provide unparalleled photography opportunities.

American Bald Eagle Foundation’s Raptor Center:

Take a trip to the American Bald Eagle Foundation’s Raptor Center, an interpretive wildlife education center. Here, we will watch a training session with the beautiful, majestic, and powerful bird that serves as America’s symbol – up close and in person! We will also learn more of the other native and local wildlife. We will also be treated to a live presentation with one of the foundation’s resident ambassador raptors.

Cultural interactions at Native Tlingits Village –

Long house, totem & canoe carving, salmon drying.

Scenic Flight to Gustavus:

Fly over glaciers, waterfalls, forest, and mountain peaks on our way to the remote town of Gustavus, the Gateway to Glacier Bay National Park. While most people see Glacier Bay and Gustavus from the bow of a ship, we will have the opportunity to experience these beautiful places in a gorgeously unique way – soaring from above. The professional pilots routinely fly in every kind of Alaskan weather and to remote towns along the coast of Southeast Alaska. They will point out features in the landscape below – including peaks, glacial icefields, waterfalls, towns, and more! – and keep an eye out for any wildlife we may fly past. Our flight may route through Juneau or go directly to Gustavus.

Day Boat Sailing to Glacier Bay National Park:

We will set sail on a high-speed catamaran from Gustavus for a 7-hour excursion that you will never forget. We’ll spend the day on the waters of Glacier Bay, see magnificent tidewater glaciers, ancient snow-capped mountains, whales, stellar sea lions, rare birds such as puffins, coastal bears, seals, eagles, and so much more. The landscape and ecosystems will change dramatically as we pass rainforests, lichen-covered rocks, and dramatic ice. We will linger by at the faces of the Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers, two towering masses of ice and snow rising 245 feet above the ocean and stretching another 100 feet beneath the water. The ice that calves from the face of the two glaciers is an average of 200 years old – watch the passage of time as they crash into the water. This incredible Alaskan tour will leave you speechless.

Other Activities

Mendenhall Glacier Scenic Flight & Glacial Ice Trek:

Explore the Mendenhall Valley, where we will have time to see the visitor’s center, hike through the Tongass National Forest, and view the famed Mendenhall Glacier.

Visit Local Salmon Hatchery:

Learn about the life cycles of salmon and their crucial role in Alaska's ecosystem.

Whale Watching:

Seek out sea lions, seals, Dall porpoises, humpback & minke whales, orcas and more aboard Fjordslands Ferry

Up Close Wildlife Interactions:

Visit the rescued orphaned Wolves, Arctic Fox, Lynx, Porcupine, Pine Martin, Mink, Reindeer, Wolverines, and more rare wildlife at the Kroschel Wildlife Center!

 

Alaska Wildlife

Rare or Endangered Possible Sightings

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

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
 

Alaska Guides

Josette Deschambeault

Josette Deschambeault, Naturalist Guide

Josette started guiding in Alaska in 2016. She is an avid hiker and an exceptional rafter. Josette is also a skilled writer and has published several articles on Alaska travel and gear reviews for various magazines. From observing the seasonal hooligan run to the various uses of Devil’s Club plant, Josette is a passionate naturalist with a deep knowledge of Southeast Alaska’s natural history.

Chris Muse

Chris Muse, Naturalist Guide

Chris originally studied Law at Georgia State University, after a brief practice he changed up his career and began guiding in Alaska. He enjoys spending time on the remote rivers of Alaska & the Yukon. Chris’ river guiding experience spans from the remote Tatshenshini River here in the Yukon and Alaska to whitewater rafting trips in New Zealand. He enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge of the flora & fauna of Southeast Alaska with guests. He is an exceptional guide, often requested for family trips, his knack for finding the nooks frequented by wildlife along our route make him a highly requested guide.

 

Alaska FAQ

Alaska Facts for Visitors

Location:

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.

Geography:

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.[17] The Bering Glacier is the largest glacier in North America, covering 2,008 square miles (5,200 km2) alone.

Population:

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.

Language:

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 http://x-rates.com. 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:

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
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    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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