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Alaska Alaska Fjords & Glaciers (Juneau to Ketchikan) Alaska Fjords & Glaciers (Ketchikan to Juneau)

Alaska Fjords & Glacier Bay Ultimate Expedition (Juneau to Ketchikan Alaska Fjords & Glacier Bay Ultimate Expedition (Ketchikan to Juneau) Alaska Glacier Country (Roundtrip Juneau) Eastern Fjords & Glacier Bay Ultimate Expedition (Juneau to Ketchikan) Eastern Fjords & Glacier Bay Ultimate Expedition (Ketchikan to Juneau) Glacier Bay National Park Adventure (Roundtrip Juneau) Glacier Bay National Park & Haines (Roundtrip Juneau, NEW in 2023) Inside Passage & Glacier Bay Wilderness Juneau to Seattle 2022) Inside Passage & Glacier Bay Wilderness Seattle to Juneau (2022) Inside Passage & Glacier Bay Wilderness Juneau to Seattle 2023) Inside Passage & Glacier Bay Wilderness Seattle to Juneau (2023)

Northern Passages & Glacier Bay (Juneau to SItka) Northern Passages & Glacier Bay (Sitka to Juneau) Wild Woolly, & Wow (Roundtrip Juneau)

Alaska Hotels Denali & Talkeetna Wilderness Rail Adventure

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Belize & Guatemala

Belize & Guatemala Wonders: Rivers, Reefs & Cultures

Belize Hotels

Costa Rica & Panama

Unveiled Wonders: Costa Rica & Panama (Panama to San Jose)

Unveiled Wonders: Costa Rica & Panama (San Jose to Panama)

Costa Rica & Panama Hotels

Arenal Volcano & Monteverde Rainforest Adventure

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Galapagos

Darwin's Discoveries: The Galapagos

Galapagos Hotels

Machu Picchu

Hawaii

Hawaiian Seascapes

H awaiian Hotels

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Pacific Northwest

San Juan Islands & Olympic Wilderness

Rivers of Adventure & Wine

Pacific Northwest Hotels

Sea of Cortes

Baja's Bounty

Whale Sharks, Whales & Mobulas

Baja Hotels

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U N C R U I S E . C O M | 8 8 8 - 8 6 2 - 8 8 8 1

ALASKA F J ORDS & GLAC I ERS 7 NIGHTS JUNEAU TO KETCHIKAN, ALASKA(*OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

Dawes Glacier and ice-rich Endicott Arm Whale watching in Stephens Passage

Adventure exploration in Misty Fjords National Monument Tongass backcountry by kayak, paddle board, skiff, and hike Search for wildlife - bears, Sitka deer, sea lions, Eagles, mink, porpoises, and mountain goats Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows and Behm Canal

DAY 5 BLASHKE E I S LANDS

DAY 1 J UNEAU - EMBARKAT I ON

Arriving in Juneau and met with a warm welcome, that’s a good start. You have time to take in a bit of the city once you check in. But after boarding, grab a glass of bubbly as you push off the dock. Set sail for the Endicott Arm wilderness. (D) DAY 2 END I COT T ARM Take an early peek out your window. Fjord cliffs reach skyward. Floating ice. And deep u-shaped valleys. Cruise past harbor seals and their pups lounging on chunks of ice. At the end of Endicott, the blue face of Dawes Glacier is stories high. And in classic fjord form, Tracy Arm delivers with the cotton candy blue Twin Sawyers glacier of its furthest reaches. Tides permitting, your skiff driver knows the ropes and guides you along. It’s a mashup of towering walls, temperamental currents, and the Coastal Mountains. So many waterfalls. Mountain goats show off fancy foot work on the cliffs. Look for them. (BLD)

The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD)

DAY 6 BEHM CANAL

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low- elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD)

DAY 7 MI S TY F J ORDS

DAY 3 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE

There are places on the planet that completely overcome you. This is one of them. The beauty. The peace. The sense of place you feel. Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. And that alone is a lot to consider. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000 foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for a fjord- released shower. The area’s affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. And it’s an amazing wrap to your week. Your captain joins you tonight for a Farewell Dinner. Celebrate and reminisce about your Alaskan journey with a “photo journal” by your crew. (BLD) DAY 8 KE TCH I KAN - D I S EMBARKAT I ON After breakfast this morning, bid adieu to your new pals before you disembark and transfer to the Ketchikan airport or begin your extended UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B) B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Humpback and orca are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. Your captain navigates Stephens Passage. And you’re in for a boot-sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. The routes are all picked out. Make your choice and make your move. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass.)

DAY 4 THOMAS BAY

When you come this far, you might as well go all in. This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. Glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. Later, wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. (BLD)

Vaccination including boosters required.

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7-Nights Juneau to Ketchikan (*or reverse) Dates & Rates

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ALASKA F J ORDS & GLAC I ERS 7 NIGHTS KETCHIKAN TO JUNEAU, ALASKA (OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

Dawes Glacier and ice-rich Endicott Arm Whale watching in Stephens Passage Adventure exploration in Misty Fjords National Monument Full day Blashkee Island adventures Tongass backcountry by kayak, paddle board, skiff, and hike Search for wildlife - bears, Sitka deer, sea lions, Eagles, mink, porpoises, and mountain goats Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows and Behm Canal

DAY 5 THOMAS BAY / WRANGE L L NARROWS

DAY 1 KE TCH I KAN - EMBARKAT I ON

Arriving in Ketchikan and met with a warm welcome, that’s a good start. You have time to take in a bit of the city once you check in at the hospitality area. But after boarding, grab a glass of bubbly as you push off the dock. Set sail for Misty Fjords National Monument. (D) DAY 2 MI S TY F J ORDS There are places on the planet that completely overcome you. This is one of them. Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. And that alone is a lot to consider. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000 foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for a fjord- released shower. The area’s affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. (BLD)

This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. Later, wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. (BLD) Humpback and orca are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. And you’re in for a boot-sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass. (BLD) DAY 6 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE DAY 7 END I COT T OR TRACY ARM Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. And that alone is a lot to consider. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000 foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for a fjord-released shower. The area’s affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. And it’s an amazing wrap to your week. Your captain joins you tonight for a Farewell Dinner. Celebrate and reminisce about your Alaskan journey with a “photo journal” by your crew. (BLD) DAY 8 KE TCH I KAN - D I S EMBARKAT I ON After breakfast this morning, bid adieu to your new pals before you disembark and transfer to the Juneau airport or begin your extended UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B) B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

DAY 3 BEHM CANAL

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low- elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD) The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD) DAY 4 BLASHKE E I S LANDS

Vaccination, including booster required.

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7-Nights Juneau to Ketchikan (*or reverse) Dates & Rates

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ALASKA F J ORDS & GLAC I ER BAY UL T IMAT E EXPED I T I ON 14 NIGHTS JUNEAU TO KETCHIKAN (*OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

Glacier Bay National Park - active exploration Maximum adventure ashore and afloat

Haines - hiking, biking, kayaking, local brews/spirits, and history Bushwhack and hike in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields Whales and wildlife - bears, sea lions, seals, porpoises, eagles

Birding at South Marble Islands - puffins, oystercatchers, cormorants, and kittiwakes Corner Bay, brown bear county and hikes. Stories of select logging by Alaskans. Margerie, Grand Pacific, Dawes, Lamplugh, and the twin Sawyers Glaciers Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows, Behm Canal, and Tracy Arm Discover Misty Fjords National Monument Adventure exploration in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields

Arriving in Juneau, you will be transferred from the airport to our check-in area. Upon boarding, your crew greets you with champagne and smiles. Set sail for a week of scenic channels and secluded wilderness. (D) DAY 1 J UNEAU - EMBARKAT I ON DAY 2 L YNN CANAL & SA I NT J AME S BAY Just what you need, morning stretches on deck with your guide. Warm those hard-at-play muscles. You know firsthand conditions in Southeast change one inlet to the next. Your captain is at the helm and picks just the right spot. Lynn Canal or Saint James Bay? Whichever, the adventures are as big as the water is deep! So many hidden pockets in the Tongass National Forest. Give your paddle board skills a glide. Watch for big-eyed harbor seals from a kayak. Bushwhack into the forest of giants. Your guides know the area’s history and keep it lively. (BLD)

DAY 5 I CY S TRA I T / PO I NT ADOL PHUS

Before you do anything, look out the window. From kelp-lined channels to hemlock and spruce forests, every inch of this far northwest corner is worth exploring. And if the tides are right, head out in the skiff with one of the guides for a closer exploration of the rugged shore. Seals and sea lions haul out on rocky outcroppings, resting before they disappear in the water to search for food. Whatever you do—wilderness trekking, skiffing, or paddling—your expedition team guides the way. Point Adolphus is known for Humpback whales… keep a sharp eye out! (BLD) DAY 6 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK OUTBACK ( OR GEORGE I S LAND ) Your Captain will make this decision based on weather. If possible, we will visit either the far outback areas of Glacier Bay or the famed “George Island” with a close-up opportunity for sea otters and a World War II cannon that sits in the wilderness today. However this day turns out, it is going to be very special as we visit the outer section of the Inside Passage. (BLD)

DAY 3 HA I NE S , ALASKA

The center of adventure. Tucked beneath snowcapped peaks, Haines has it all. Hiking, biking, kayaking, and history. One thing’s for sure—the trails are irresistible. Go easy, or feel the burn— whatever your speed, the views reward in spades. Your expedition team shares the city’s captivating history. A trading outlet for Chilkat Tlingit, they called it “Dtehshuh”—the end of the trail. European explorers, the Klondike gold rush, a U.S. Army outpost—influences still apparent today. What holds your interest? Follow your curiosity on a self- led tour. (BLD)

DAY 7 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK

Your camera’s memory card needs plenty of room. South Marble Island is abuzz with activity. Rare sea birds, black oystercatchers, and orange-beaked tufted puffins can’t be missed. A colony of raucous sea lions adds to the hubbub. They add a distinct aroma to the air, too. Tucking into silent Tidal Inlet —the stomping grounds for bears, wolves, mountain goats, eagles—the backdrop is spectacular. At the end of the western-most arm of the bay sits Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers. And possible views of glacial calving. Tonight, it’s a festive Farewell Dinner. A “photo journal” of your trip by your expedition team is the cherry on top. (BLD) DAY 8 J UNEAU you might choose to purchase a ticket that provides a ride up the Mt. Roberts Tram, where views unfold as you ascend 1,800 feet through the forest. At the top, explore the trails and Nature Center; back at the bottom, explore Alaska’s heritage at the Alaska State Museum. Both options also include a lunch voucher for a local restaurant. Complimentary laundry service is provided today. (BLD) B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

DAY 4 CH I CHAGOF I S LAND

Known for an abundance of brown bears, this area offers the opportunity for hikes, kayaking, and skiffing. And a special treat - meet up with a local select-cut logger and learn the trade and how a back- country Alaskan makes an ecologically safe living off the land. Keep your eyes out for those bears - they frequent the stream bed. (BLD)

Vaccination including booster required.

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

DAY 9 TRACY ARM / FORDS T ERROR WI LDERNE S S

DAY 1 3 BEHM CANAL

Jutting off Stephens Passage with two deep, glacially carved fjords, this designated wilderness area contains over 600,000 acres. Cruise past chunks and chunks of floating ice. It’s a harbor seal’s delight lazing away the day atop a floating bergie. If conditions are right, skiffs are the ticket to getting in close. (BLD) DAY 1 0 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE Humpback whales are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. Your captain navigates Stephens Passage to Port Houghton. And you’re in for a boot-sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. The routes are all picked out. Make your choice and make your move. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass. (BLD)

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest coves, streams, and bays. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low-elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD) There are places on the planet that completely overcome you. This is one of them. The beauty. The peace. The sense of place you feel. Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. And that alone is a lot to consider. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000-foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for fjord- released shower. Its affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. And it’s an amazing wrap to your week. Your captain joins you tonight for a Farewell Dinner. Celebrate and reminisce about your Alaskan journey with a “photo journal” by your crew. (BLD) DAY 1 4 MI S TY F J ORDS DAY 1 5 KE TCH I KAN , ALASKA - D I S EMBARKAT I ON After breakfast this morning, bid adieu to your new pals before you disembark and transfer to the Ketchikan airport or begin your extended UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B)

DAY 1 1 THOMAS BAY / WRANGE L L NARROWS

When you come this far, you might as well go all in. This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. Glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. The mirror image of fjord walls plays on the surface. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. Later, wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. (BLD) The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD) DAY 1 2 BLASHKE E I S LANDS

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

14-Nights Juneau to Ketchikan (*or reverse) Dates & Rates

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

CHOOSE ADVENTURE uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

ALASKAN F J ORDS & GLAC I ER BAY UL T IMAT E

EXPED I T I ON 14 NIGHTS KETCHIKAN TO JUNEAU (OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

Glacier Bay National Park - active exploration Maximum adventure ashore and afloat

Haines - hiking, biking, kayaking, local brews/spirits, and history Bushwhack and hike in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields Whales and wildlife - bears, sea lions, seals, porpoises, eagles

Birding at South Marble Islands - puffins, oystercatchers, cormorants, and kittiwakes Corner Bay, brown bear county and hikes. Stories of select logging by Alaskans. Margerie, Grand Pacific, Dawes, Lamplugh, and the twin Sawyers Glaciers Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows, Behm Canal, and Tracy Arm Discover Misty Fjords National Monument Adventure exploration in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields

DAY 5 WRANGE L L NARROWS & THOMAS BAY Early morning we will wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. When you come this far, you might as well go all in. This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. Glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. The mirror image of fjord walls plays on the surface. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. (BLD) Humpback whales are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. Your captain navigates Stephens Passage to Port Houghton. And you’re in for a boot-sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. The routes are all picked out. Make your choice and make your move. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass. It’s a landscape of hanging waterfalls and countless shades of green. (BLD) DAY 6 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE DAY 7 TRACY ARM Jutting off Stephens Passage with two deep, glacially carved fjords, this designated wilderness area contains over 600,000 acres. So your explorations today are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Literally. Cruise past chunks and chunks of floating ice (there’s far more beneath the surface than the eye can see). It’s a harbor seal’s delight lazing away the day atop a floating bergie. In classic fjord form, the end of the arm doesn’t disappoint with the blue face of a stories high glacier. If conditions are right, skiffs are the ticket to getting in close. (BLD) DAY 8 J UNEAU You might purchase a tramway ticket that provides a ride up the Mt. Roberts Tram, where views unfold as you ascend 1,800 feet through the forest. At the top, explore the trails and Nature Center; back at the bottom, explore Alaska’s heritage at the Alaska State Museum. Both options also include a lunch voucher for a local restaurant. Complimentary laundry service is provided today. (BLD)

DAY 1 KE TCH I KAN - EMBARKAT I ON

Arriving in Ketchikan, you will be transferred from the airport to our check-in area. Upon boarding, your crew greets you with champagne and smiles. Set sail for a week of scenic channels and secluded wilderness. (D) DAY 2 MI S TY F J ORDS Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000-foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for fjord-released shower. Its affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. (BLD)

DAY 3 BEHM CANAL

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest coves, streams, and bays. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low-elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD)

DAY 4 BLASHKE E I S LANDS

The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD)

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

DAY 9 L YNN CANAL AND SA I NT J AME S BAY

DAY 1 3 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK OUTBACK ( OR GEORGE I S LAND ) Whatever you do—wilderness trekking, skiffing, or paddling—your expedition team guides the way. Point Adolphus is known for Humpback whales… keep a sharp eye out! (BLD) Before you do anything, look out the window. From kelp-lined channels to hemlock and spruce forests, every inch of this far northwest corner is worth exploring. And if the tides are right, head out in the skiff with one of the guides for a closer exploration of the rugged shore. Seals and sea lions haul out on rocky outcroppings, resting before they disappear in the water to search for food. Your Captain will make this decision based on weather. If possible, we will visit either the far outback areas of Glacier Bay or the famed “George Island” with a close-up opportunity for sea otters and a World War II cannon that sits in the wilderness today. However this day turns out, it is going to be very special as we visit the outer section of the Inside Passage. (BLD) DAY 1 2 I CY S TRA I T / PO I NT ADOL PHUS

Just what you need, morning stretches on deck with your guide. Warm those hard-at-play muscles. You know firsthand conditions in Southeast change one inlet to the next. Your captain is at the helm and picks just the right spot. Lynn Canal or Saint James Bay? Whichever, the adventures are as big as the water is deep! So many hidden pockets in the Tongass National Forest. Give your paddle board skills a glide. Watch for big-eyed harbor seals from a kayak. Bushwhack into the forest of giants. Your guides know the area’s history and keep it lively. (BLD) DAY 1 0 HA I NE S The center of adventure. Tucked beneath snowcapped peaks, Haines has it all. Hiking, biking, kayaking, and history. One thing’s for sure—the trails are irresistible. Go easy, or feel the burn— whatever your speed, the views reward in spades. Your expedition team shares the city’s captivating history. A trading outlet for Chilkat Tlingit, they called it “Dtehshuh”—the end of the trail. European explorers, the Klondike gold rush, a U.S. Army outpost—influences still apparent today. What holds your interest? Follow your curiosity on a self- led tour. (BLD) Known for an abundance of brown bears, this area offers the opportunity for hikes, kayaking, and skiffing. And a special treat - meet up with a local select-cut logger and learn the trade of a back- woods Alaskan and how they make an ecologically safe living off the land. Keep your eyes out for those bears - they frequent the stream bed. (BLD) DAY 1 1 CH I CHAGOF I S LAND

DAY 1 4 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK

Your camera’s memory card needs plenty of room. South Marble Island is abuzz with activity. Rare sea birds, black oystercatchers, and orange-beaked tufted puffins can’t be missed. A colony of raucous sea lions adds to the hubbub. They add a distinct aroma to the air, too. Tucking into silent Tidal Inlet —the stomping grounds for bears, wolves, mountain goats, eagles—the backdrop is spectacular. At the end of the western-most arm of the bay sits Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers. And possible views of glacial calving. Tonight, it’s a festive Farewell Dinner. A “photo journal” of your trip by your expedition team is the cherry on top. (BLD) DAY 1 5 J UNEAU , ALASKA - D I S EMBARKAT I ON Linger over breakfast this morning cruising into Juneau. Wish your crew and new friends goodbye. Then it’s off to the airport or begin your UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B) B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

14-Nights Ketchikan to Juneau (or reverse) Dates & Rates

uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

CHOOSE ADVENTURE uncruise.com | 888-862-8881

ALASKA ' S GLAC I ER COUNTRY 7 NIGHTS ROUNDTRIP JUNEAU, ALASKA

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

 One day in Glacier Bay National Park  Get close up to glaciers: Dawes, Margerie, and Grand Pacific  Explore Chichagof and Kuiu Islands in Tongass National Forest  Fords Terror Wilderness Area by skiff  Humpback whale watching in Icy Strait, Frederick Sound, and Chatham Strait  Wildlife searches: black and brown bears, eagles, sea otters, harbor seals, sea lions, sea birds  Kayak, paddle board and skiff remote inlets  Beachcomb, tide pool, and forest ecology discoveries

DAY 5 KU I U I S LAND

DAY 1 J UNEAU - EMBARKAT I ON

The jagged arms and fingers of Kuiu Island stretch from 25 to just six miles wide. Salmon streams dot the coastline—and where there’s salmon, there are bears. From kayak or skiff, scope the intertidal zones of Saginaw Bay for these guys. Kayak along the Keku Islands or take the pace down a notch with an easy stroll amidst the tide pools. It’s remote, and remarkable. (BLD)

Hello, Juneau! First settled in the gold rush days, Juneau welcomes with both small town charm and towering glaciers. Toast to the riches of Alaska as you sail west toward Icy Strait. (D) DAY 2 I CY S TRA I T Kick start the morning with on-deck yoga stretches and a strong cup of coffee. Energized and snug in your kayak, glide around in remote bays off of Icy Strait through giant bullwhip kelp that can grow to over 100 feet long. Join the gang in a skiff to a rocky outcropping to watch sea lions play. Or, step into mud boots for a forest hike with your top- notch, naturalist guides who have plenty to share about everything Alaska—marine biology, plants, and even geology. On board, soak it all in as you soak in the hot tub. (BLD) You’re in for a real treat. Have your binoculars handy—South Marble Island is a birder’s slice of heaven. Puffins scoot through the water. Guillemots and gulls chatter up the airwaves. The snoozing sea lions don’t seem to mind. More thrills and chills await as you cruise to the far end of John Hopkins Inlet or Tarr Inlet where glaciers calve into the water. Backed by knife-edged peaks, bears forage along the shoreline of Tidal Inlet. Mountain goats too. Back at Bartlett Cove, if time and daylight allow, take a forest hike around the park’s HQ. (BLD) DAY 3 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK Stretching 150 miles into the Tongass National Forest, Chatham Strait offers adventure aplenty. Anchor in a remote Chichagof Island inlet. Backpacks loaded and adventure toys lowered (skiffs, paddle boards, kayaks), it’s time to go play. Energy flows as you hike up through moss- covered trees and rain-fed waterfalls. Stick to the water in a kayak excursion, and don’t forget to look above and below the surface. Beachcomb rocky shores. Tiny creatures cling to rocks. Tonight, take a nightcap to the sun deck and watch the sky. (BLD) DAY 4 CHATHAM S TRA I T

DAY 6 FREDER I CK SOUND

Humpbacks beeline it here each season to feed on krill, zooplankton, and herring. Watch for whales feasting in these abundant glacial waters. Based on wind and weather, your expedition team has the lineup of adventures all mapped out. Cruise past Five Fingers Lighthouse, Alaska’s oldest light station and The Brothers Islands, where sea lions nap on rocky nobs. Paddle into the deeps of Windham Bay or head ashore for a hike. Somewhere nearby, carrot-billed black oystercatchers are saying hello. Tonight, toast another big day in Alaska. (BLD)

DAY 7 END I COT T ARM / DAWE S GLAC I ER

Skiffing up Endicott Arm, harbor seals laze around on icebergs. If the tides are right, slip into Fords Terror, the steep walls of this narrow opening streaked with waterfalls. Back in the Arm, gasp at the deep glacier-carved valleys. It’s at the end where you meet the piece de resistance: Dawes Glacier. Blue ice marches down from the Coast Mountains. With a sharp crack, the white thunder of a calving slice makes a mega-splash. Tonight, celebrate with a festive Farewell Dinner and “photo journal” from your expedition team. (BLD) DAY 8 J UNEAU - D I S EMBARKAT I ON Mmmm, fresh baked pastries over one last breakfast. Your crew and new friends wish heartfelt goodbyes. This morning, transfer to the Juneau airport or begin your UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B)

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7-Nights Roundtrip Juneau Dates & Rates 2022

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EAS T ERN F J ORDS & GLAC I ER BAY UL T IMAT E EXPED I T I ON 14 NIGHTS JUNEAU TO KETCHIKAN (*OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

 TWO full days in Glacier Bay National Park  Margerie, Grand Pacific, Dawes, and the twin Sawyers  Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows, Behm Canal, and Tracy Arm  Discover Misty Fjords National Monument

 Adventure exploration in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields  Kayak, paddle board, skiff, hike, and bushwhack in Tongass backcountry  Whale watching in Stephens Passage, Icy Strait, and Frederick Sound  Birding at South Marble Island—puffins, oystercatchers, cormorants, and kittiwakes  Search for wildlife—bears, sea lions, seals, porpoises, eagles  Natural history narration from expert onboard guides

Arriving in Juneau, you will be transferred from the airport to our check-in area. Upon boarding, your crew greets you with champagne and smiles. Set sail for a week of scenic channels and secluded wilderness. (D) DAY 1 J UNEAU - EMBARKAT I ON DAY 2 TRACY ARM Take an early peek outside. Fjord cliffs reach skyward. Floating ice. And deep u-shaped valleys. There’s no abracadabra here. Mother Nature’s magic is real. Cruise past harbor seals and their pups lounging on chunks of ice. Tracy Arm delivers with the cotton candy blue Twin Sawyer glaciers of its furthest reaches. Tides permitting, your skiff driver knows the ropes and guides you along. It’s a mashup of towering walls, temperamental currents, and the Coastal Mountains. So many waterfalls. Mountain goats show off fancy foot work on the cliffs. Look for them. (BLD)

DAY 5 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK

This crown jewel of America’s national parks covers 3.3 million acres (that’s a tad smaller than the state of Connecticut). Most visitors see the same sliver of the park as everyone else. Not you. You’re going the furthest and exploring parts that 99% of visitors never go to. And you have two days to do it. Get started! Taylor Bay sea stacks and rocky shores make for good adventure. Or hike the outwash field of glaciers winding down the Fairweather Mountain Range. If you motor over to Dundas Bay, keep your eye out for bears, humpbacks, and if you’re lucky, a wolf sighting. Kayak the bay. Bushwhack into the forest. Discover Glacier Bay outback. (BLD)

DAY 6 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK

Your camera’s memory card needs plenty of room. South Marble Island is abuzz with activity. Rare sea birds, black oystercatchers, and orange-beaked tufted puffins can’t be missed. A colony of raucous sea lions adds to the hubbub. They add a distinct aroma to the air, too. Tucking into silent Tidal Inlet —the stomping grounds for bears, wolves, mountain goats, eagles—the backdrop is spectacular. At the end of the western-most arm of the bay sits Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers. Take it all in on deck. (BLD) DAY 7 CHATHAM S TRA I T Find a perch on the bridge with your captain, or with your guides on the bow, and watch for whales and other creatures before tucking into Port Frederick or another inlet in the Tongass National Forest. Any spot’s a good one to pull over and stretch your legs. Hike, paddle, or skiff your way through this remote corner with bears on the shoreline, seals bobbing on the surface, and welcoming boughs of moss in the trees. It’s all yours to explore. Back on board, there’s a treat in store-- the Farewell Dinner and some special memories You might choose to purchase a ticket to ride up the Mt. Roberts Tram, where views unfold as you ascend 1,800 feet through the forest. At the top, explore the trails and Nature Center; back at the bottom, explore Alaska’s heritage at the Alaska State Museum. Both options also include a lunch voucher for a local restaurant. Complimentary laundry service is provided today. (BLD) B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens). from your crew. (BLD) DAY 8 J UNEAU

DAY 3 FREDER I CK SOUND

Humpbacks beeline it here each season to feed on krill, zooplankton, and herring. Watch for whales feasting in these abundant glacial waters. Hang out and enjoy the show. Cruise past Five Fingers Lighthouse, Alaska’s oldest light station and The Brothers Islands, where sea lions nap on rocky nobs. Tonight, toast to a whale of day in Alaska. (BLD)

DAY 4 I CY S TRA I T

Before you do anything, look out the window. From kelp-lined channels to hemlock and spruce forests, every inch of this far northwest corner is worth exploring. And today’s adventures promise to be as big as the water is deep! Seals and sea lions haul out on rocky outcroppings, resting before they disappear in the water to search for food. If the tides are right, head out in the skiff with one of your guides for a closer peek along the rugged shore, or perhaps, make it all the way to George Island. Whatever you do— wilderness trekking, skiffing, or paddling—your expedition team guides the way. (BLD)

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DAY 1 3 BEHM CANAL

DAY 9 TRACY ARM

Jutting off Stephens Passage with two deep, glacially carved fjords, this designated wilderness area contains over 600,000 acres. Cruise past chunks and chunks of floating ice. It’s a harbor seal’s delight lazing away the day atop a floating bergie. If conditions are right, skiffs are the ticket to getting in close. (BLD) DAY 1 0 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE Humpback whales are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. You’re in for a boot- sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass. It’s a landscape of hanging waterfalls and countless shades of green. (BLD)

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest coves, streams, and bays. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low-elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD)

DAY 1 4 MI S TY F J ORDS

There are places on the planet that completely overcome you. This is one of them. The beauty. The peace. The sense of place you feel. Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. And that alone is a lot to consider. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000-foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for fjord- released shower. Its affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. And it’s an amazing wrap to your week. Your captain joins you tonight for a Farewell Dinner. Celebrate and reminisce about your Alaskan journey with a “photo journal” by your crew. (BLD) DAY 1 5 KE TCH I KAN , ALASKA - D I S EMBARKAT I ON After breakfast this morning, bid adieu to your new pals before you disembark and transfer to the Ketchikan airport or begin your extended UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B)

DAY 1 1 THOMAS BAY / WRANGE L L NARROWS

When you come this far, you might as well go all in. This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. Glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. The mirror image of fjord walls plays on the surface. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. Later, wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. (BLD) DAY 1 2 BLASHKE E I S LANDS The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD)

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

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14-Nights Juneau to Ketchikan (*or reverse) Dates & Rates

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EAS T ERN F J ORDS & GLAC I ER BAY UL T IMAT E

EXPED I T I ON 14 NIGHTS KETCHIKAN TO JUNEAU (OR REVERSE)

INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS

 TWO full days in Glacier Bay National Park  Margerie, Grand Pacific, Dawes, and the twin Sawyers  Navigate winding Wrangell Narrows, Behm Canal, and Tracy Arm  Discover Misty Fjords National Monument

 Adventure exploration in old-growth forest and glacial outwash fields  Kayak, paddle board, skiff, hike, and bushwhack in Tongass backcountry  Whale watching in Stephens Passage, Icy Strait, and Frederick Sound  Birding at South Marble Island—puffins, oystercatchers, cormorants, and kittiwakes  Search for wildlife—bears, sea lions, seals, porpoises, eagles  Natural history narration from expert onboard guides

DAY 1 KE TCH I KAN - EMBARKAT I ON

DAY 5 WRANGE L L NARROWS & THOMAS BAY Early morning we will wind into the Wrangell Narrows. Abundant bright red and green navigation lights guide the way. It’s nicknamed “Christmas Tree Lane,” of course. When you come this far, you might as well go all in. This is way back backcountry of Alaska’s wilderness. Glacial landscapes marked by moraines, muskegs, and mud. In this playground, it’s all an option today. Kayak and skiff in water almost clear as glass. The mirror image of fjord walls plays on the surface. Hike through the outwash of Baird Glacier. Or keep it green on an interpretive walk through a grassy meadow into the forest. (BLD) Humpback whales are frequent visitors of this Southeast passage. A misty spout is a sure sign they’re in the neighborhood. Your captain navigates Stephens Passage to Port Houghton. And you’re in for a boot-sucking, paddle-smacking day of adventure with your guide team. The routes are all picked out. Make your choice and make your move. Slip off the kayak launch and take it slow spotting sea stars and shore birds. Hard chargers take a long wild paddle to the salt chuck at the back of the inlet. Or, hike into the Tongass. It’s a landscape of hanging waterfalls and countless shades of green. (BLD) DAY 6 S T E PHENS PAS SAGE DAY 7 TRACY ARM Jutting off Stephens Passage with two deep, glacially carved fjords, this designated wilderness area contains over 600,000 acres. So your explorations today are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Literally. Cruise past chunks and chunks of floating ice (there’s far more beneath the surface than the eye can see). It’s a harbor seal’s delight lazing away the day atop a floating bergie. In classic fjord form, the end of the arm doesn’t disappoint with the blue face of a stories high glacier. If conditions are right, skiffs are the ticket to getting in close. (BLD) DAY 8 J UNEAU You might choose to purchase a ticket that provides a ride up the Mt. Roberts Tram, where views unfold as you ascend 1,800 feet through the forest. At the top, explore the trails and Nature Center; back at the bottom, explore Alaska’s heritage at the Alaska State Museum. Both options also include a lunch voucher for a local restaurant. Complimentary laundry service is provided today. (BLD)

Arriving in Ketchikan, you will be transferred from the airport to our hospitality area. Upon boarding, your crew greets you with champagne and smiles. Set sail for a week of scenic channels and secluded wilderness. (D) DAY 2 MI S TY F J ORDS Misty Fjords National Monument represents nearly every ecosystem found in Southeast Alaska. Glacial valleys filled with sea water. Sheer 3,000-foot cliffs. Sea birds, brown and black bears, mountain goats, Sitka black-tailed deer, all find safe haven here. Kayak in Walker Cove or Rudyerd Bay and you find it’s just as easy to paddle and go, as it is to sit and float and take it all in. Or skiff to the base of a waterfall for fjord-released shower. Its affectionate nickname, “The Yosemite of the North,” is deserved. (BLD)

DAY 3 BEHM CANAL

Wildlife abounds. Black bears, mink, eagles. In Behm Canal, it’s all remote waterways and the isolated Tongass National Forest coves, streams, and bays. On Cleveland Peninsula, your expedition team leads a low-elevation hike near clear, rushing streams. Good opportunities for enticing forested shots of Southeast. In the water orca, porpoises, seals, and otters go about their business. Go about yours on a guided paddle in tiny, deserted waterways that feed into Behm Canal. (BLD)

DAY 4 BLASHKE E I S LANDS

The Blashkee Islands are your playground today. A full day of choose-your-own-adventure fun. Hiking, Kayaking, skiff tours, snorkeling, and full day yak-n- whack excursions. Get ready for a full day! (BLD)

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

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DAY 1 2 I CY S TRA I T

Find a perch on the bridge with your captain, or with your guides on the bow, and watch for whales and other creatures before tucking into Port Frederick or another inlet in the Tongass National Forest. Hike, paddle, or skiff your way through this remote corner with bears on the shoreline, seals bobbing on the surface, and welcoming boughs of moss in the trees. Back on board, there’s a treat in store--the Farewell Dinner and some special memories from your crew. (BLD) DAY 9 CHATHAM S TRA I T DAY 1 0 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK Your camera’s memory card needs plenty of room. South Marble Island is abuzz with activity. Rare sea birds, black oystercatchers, and orange-beaked tufted puffins can’t be missed. A colony of raucous sea lions adds to the hubbub. They add a distinct aroma to the air, too. Tucking into silent Tidal Inlet —the stomping grounds for bears, wolves, mountain goats, eagles—the backdrop is spectacular. At the end of the western-most arm of the bay sits Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers. And possible views of glacial calving. Take it all in on deck. (BLD)

DAY 1 3 FREDER I CK SOUND Humpbacks beeline it here each season to feed on krill, zooplankton, and herring. Watch for whales feasting in these abundant glacial waters. Hang out and enjoy the show. Cruise past Five Fingers Lighthouse, Alaska’s oldest light station and The Brothers Islands, where sea lions nap on rocky nobs. Tonight, toast to a whale of day in Alaska. (BLD) From kelp-lined channels to hemlock and spruce forests, every inch of this far northwest corner is worth exploring. And today’s adventures promise to be as big as the water is deep! Seals and sea lions haul out on rocky outcroppings, resting before they disappear in the water to search for food. If the tides are right, head out in the skiff with one of your guides for a closer peek along the rugged shore, or perhaps, make it all the way to George Island. Whatever you do —wilderness trekking, skiffing, or paddling—your expedition team guides the way. (BLD) Take an early peek outside. Fjord cliffs reach skyward. Floating ice. And deep u-shaped valleys. There’s no abracadabra here. Mother Nature’s magic is real. Cruise past harbor seals and their pups lounging on chunks of ice. Tracy Arm delivers with the cotton candy blue Twin Sawyer glaciers of its furthest reaches. Tides permitting, your skiff driver knows the ropes and guides you along. It’s a mashup of towering walls, temperamental currents, and the Coastal Mountains. So many waterfalls. Mountain goats show off fancy foot work on the cliffs. Look for them. (BLD) DAY 1 4 TRACY ARM DAY 1 5 J UNEAU , ALASKA - D I S EMBARKAT I ON After breakfast this morning, bid adieu to your new pals before you disembark and transfer to the Juneau airport or begin your extended UnCruise hotel stay or land tour. (B)

DAY 1 1 GLAC I ER BAY NAT I ONAL PARK

This crown jewel of America’s national parks covers 3.3 million acres (that’s a tad smaller than the state of Connecticut). Let that sink in. Most visitors see the same sliver of the park as everyone else. Not you. You’re going the furthest and exploring parts that 99% of visitors never go to. And you have two days to do it. Get started! Taylor Bay sea stacks and rocky shores make for good adventure. Or hike the outwash field of glaciers winding down the Fairweather Mountain Range. The cool breeze off the nearby snow and icefields is energizing. If you motor over to Dundas Bay, keep your eye out for bears, humpbacks, and if you’re lucky, a wolf sighting. Kayak the bay. Bushwhack into the forest. Discover Glacier Bay outback. (BLD)

B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner Itineraries are guidelines; variations in itinerary and the order of days may occur to maximize your experience. Passport required (non USA citizens).

Vaccination including booster required.

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