Flightseeing provides a unique perspective and a greater understanding of the movement of the glaciers and their impact on the surrounding terrain. Spacious and inviting with giant wood beams and cathedral ceilings, the lodge is located on the shore of Bartlett Cove.
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Meals can be purchased at the dining room. The second day will be spent on the water of Glacier Bay on a cruise of the glaciers and wildlife. This is the only day tour allowed inside the boundaries of the park. Your journey takes you to the face of the Margerie and Grand Pacific Glaciers, two of 16 tidewater glaciers found in the National Park. The 8 hour tour is fully narrated by a National Park Service interpreter. Lunch, beverage and a souvenir mug are included. Shuttle transportation is provided by the Inn. You will be staying at a hotel outside of the city which is convenient to the airport, ferry and the Mendenhall Glacier.
Shuttle service and a continental breakfast are included. Your tour concludes here in Juneau, so you will want to make your flight connections for flying from Juneau to Seattle, the hub for connections to the rest of the world. As a stand alone trip or as an add on to one of the Inside Passage trips, a visit to Denali National Park takes you to the vicinity of the highest mountain in the United States of America.
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If you are adding it to one of the Inside Passage Tours, the connections are made from taking the ferry to Whittier or flying from Juneau or Sitka. Ask for single rate. Day One starts when you fly into Anchorage where you will overnight in a nice hotel in preparation for your journey to see Denali. Sit back, relax and enjoy the journey through stunning scenic wild, panoramic vistas. You can't beat the sweeping views of Denali, award-winning glimpses of color-brushed tundra and chance sightings of moose, bear, eagles, swans, beavers and an occasional fox.
When you arrive in Denali National Park, you will check in to a nice establishment for the next two nights with a complimentary continental breakfast to start the day and outdoor hot tubs to soak in at the end of the day. Day Three starts early, but it is worth it. This is the day you will journey into Denali National Park with a full day of narrated exploration. Lunch will be at the Backcountry Lodge at the end of the road before heading back to your lodging. Day Four of this jaunt to Denali has a half day of free time before leaving via motor coach to ride back to Anchorage and a nice hotel before connecting with your flight home, or beginning your next adventure.
Cruising the Aleutian Chain is 8 days long. The "cruise" starts and ends in Homer, Alaska and leaves every other Tuesday during the summer, returning the following Tuesday. Spend the first day of the tour in Homer visiting the Islands and Oceans facility. The boat leaves the harbor at PM, so you will wake up in Kodiak the following morning where you will have time to disembark from the boat. Check our extras page for ideas of things to do in Kodiak. From there, the boat journeys out the Aleutian chain.
There is enough time in Dutch Harbor for a short historical guided tour. Lodging in Homer or Dutch Harbor can be added. Vehicles can be left free of charge for a week in certain areas on the Homer Spit. We recommend booking this tour in the fall since cabins sell out fast. Most cabins on this boat have shared facilities.
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You can also choose to take a tent and camp in the Solarium. Showers are available in the main facilities. Meals not included. We offer polite courteous service to help make your trip the best it can be! Call us in Alaska or send us an email to reservations alaskaourway. Based in Homer, Alaska.
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It takes almost an hour of fighting the wind and waves before we round the northern tip of Fox Island. The eastern range of mountains that line the Kenai Peninsula come into view. Whispers of orcas pass among the passengers of my ferry from Fox Island back to Seward. Passengers shift to the rails on the bow.
In the distance, a black dorsal fin appears on the horizon. Soon, everywhere I look there are black-bodied orcas surfacing in twos and threes. Sunlight glints off its obsidian flanks, and cameras clatter in high-speed bursts. Then, as quickly as it appeared, the whale is gone, and a brief bloom of ocean water settles into the flat horizon. The crowd applauds, each of us enthralled by the adventure before us.
A thrill indeed. It is a kind of living mirror that gives back as its own all and only all that the imagination of a man brings to it. On the deck of the ferry, I wonder if that same experience is possible here today. The air is clear, fresh with the chill of the changing season.