Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve is located in southeast Alaska.

It is one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen. Beyond glaciers, you will see snow-capped mountains, massive rock formations, and forested shorelines.

Glacier Bay can only be accessed by plane and boat.

Most visitors see the park by cruise ship.

Park rangers will board your cruise ship to answer questions and provide you with a guided tour.

Bring binoculars so you can get a closer view of wildlife.

Steller sea lions often bask in the sun by South Marble Island.

Sea otters are typically seen playing in the water.

Many visitors see spouts or tail flips from humpback whales. If you are lucky, you may see one jump out of the water like this.

Zoom in on the mountains with your camera or binoculars.  You will see powerful waterfalls.

As you get closer to the glaciers, you will see many icebergs floating in the bay.

Cruise ships typically spend 9 to 10 hours in Glacier Bay.  You may see a glacier calving.

Glacier Bay offers surreal views, glaciers, and amazing wildlife. Plan your visit to Glacier Bay.