Glacier Bay National Park, a highlight of the Inside Passage, is located in Southeast Alaska, approximately 60 air miles west of the state capital of Juneau.

Glacier Bay National Park is a part of a 25-million acre World
Heritage Site-one of the world’s largest international protected areas. From
summit to sea, Glacier Bay offers limitless opportunities for adventure and
inspiration. Glacier Bay’s fascinating geology, plentiful wildlife  and breathtaking scenery of
soaring mountains and gorgeous tidewater glaciers are the setting for an
unforgettable wilderness  experience. Visit this marine and terrestrial
wilderness sanctuary that includes tidewater glaciers, snow-capped mountain
ranges, ocean coastlines, deep fjords, and freshwater rivers and
While there are no roads to Glacier Bay National Park, you will find convenient air
connections and water way transportation to Gustavus from Juneau, Skagway and
Just minutes from Gustavus dock Pt.Adolphus have some of the world’s
best viewing of humpback whales -one of the bigger draws for visitors to
Gustavus/Glacier Bay Area.

Glacier Bay Tour
There is one daily tour boat that departs from Bartlett Cove during the summer months.
On the Glacier Bay Tour you will spend the day on the waters of Glacier Bay and see magnificent tidewater glaciers, snow-capped mountains, stellar sea lions, rare birds,  bears, seals, eagles, and so much more! 

Come join us and observe how the dynamic world of the bay changes continuously as receding glaciers reveal new landscapes.
Each morning  boat departs Bartlett Cove and travels 130 miles through Glacier Bay. It will take passengers on a journey through a landscape rich with wildlife, full of human stories and still maturing from recent rebirth. Visitors explore a waterway that was under a river of ice only 250 years ago.

A National Park Ranger will be on board to help spot wildlife, provide commentary and programs to help passengers understand and appreciate Glacier Bay National Park. 

•The tour boat departs from the dock at Glacier Bay Lodge on Bartlett Cove.

•Passengers board at 7:00 AM, depart at 7:30 AM, and return around 3:30 PM daily. 

•Camper and kayak drop-off service is also available 

•This 8-hour tour is narrated by a National Park Service Ranger, who is available to answer all your questions.

•Lunch,snack and beverages,  are included in the price of your tour

Be sure to have binoculars ready and rain gear handy so you can be outside to greet each new discovery!  

To Book contact:
Wild Alaska Inn
(907) 697 2704 or  1855 997 2704

Flight-seeing Tour is another  breathtaking experience that allows to truly understand the beauty and magnitude of Glacier Bay.

Prepare to be amazed by the expansive glaciers, waterfalls and beautiful forests .

Please contact us if you would like more information or to book a tour.

Wild Alaska Inn
(907) 697 2704 or  1855 997 2704