Alaska in 2023.
Discover what treats and treasures are in store for guests on our 2023 Alaska season, both on ship and on shore.
In the glassy waters of a fjord, a humpback whale surfaces to breathe. A misty column lingers in the air as deep, rumbling exhalation echoes across the bay. A raft of sea otters floats nearby. Meanwhile, on a remote shoreline, a brown bear wanders along the beach turning over rocks with huge paws, in search of a salty snack. These are the sights and sounds of Glacier Bay National Park, one of the world’s premium places to see wildlife at its best: wild, unfettered, and free to roam at will.
Of course, sightings vary day by day, but whether it’s a bear on the beach, an eagle perched on a passing iceberg, or just the blow of a whale along a distant shoreline, sightings such as these are the signature of Glacier Bay National Park, written large on the landscape: This is a place that is wild enough for a bear to roam, for a bald eagle to soar, or for a whale to simply cruise by, undisturbed, along a distant shoreline.
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