Day 1 : Juneau Day 2 : Alaskan wilderness Day 3 : Windham Bay Day 4 : Petersburg Day 5 : LeConte Glacier Day 6 : Baranoff Warm Springs Day 7 : Tenakee Springs Day 8 : Admiralty Island / Juneau Day 9 : Disembark / Return Home
Arrive Juneau in the morning and transfer to downtown. Experience lunch on your own before meeting for an Alaska State Museum tour after lunch. Meet at the boat this evening for cocktails and a dinner departure. Anchorage this evening is in Taku Harbor. Disembark for a remote walk on the beach with your Naturalist.
Day 2 Alaskan wilderness
A day of cruising today will take you through many narrow and winding passages. Keep a sharp eye on the shoreline for bear, deer and river otter as your expert crew plies these serene and peaceful waterways. Watch the local fishermen troll by or see them hauling in their catch. Your anchorage tonight will be "Captain's Choice."
Day 3 Windham Bay
This morning enjoy some leisure time. Brunch is served on board with an incredible view. Launch kayaks and take advantage of the solitude and serenity of a remote inlet. Later this afternoon, enjoy Windham Bay, another quiet anchorage. Maybe the local miner will be over to the boat to tell you about the old gold mine? His home is in the bay just across from your anchorage.
Day 4 Petersburg
Transit Stephens passage and Frederick Sound as you make your way to Petersburg, Alaska. Humpback whales should be the highlight of the day and watch them feed in these waters. Plan to visit the Five Finger Lighthouse, the first manned lighthouse in the region. Later tonight, enjoy a festive meal in the Norwegian community. Enjoy some local entertainment tonight off ship.
Day 5 LeConte Glacier
Today venture out to LeConte Glacier. Enjoy a speedy jetboat ride, up and over around the ice. You'll be back this afternoon for cocktail hour and a short cruise to another favorite bay — Portage Bay — your evening anchorage off Frederick Sound.
Day 6 Baranoff Warm Springs
It's morning cruising today. Watch for Sea Otters in this area. Move west to Baronoff Island. Visit a place that few know exists and even fewer enjoy: Baranoff Warm Springs. Disembark to shore this morning for a walk up to the local lake. On the way, stop for a dip in one of the hot spring pools or just enjoy the beauty of the Muskeg Forest. Or, if you are not up for the hike, you can spend some time in the hot tubs that overlook the fantastic waterfall.
Day 7 Tenakee Springs
Today cruise north for a special visit to a special wilderness community: Tenakee Springs. Maybe you'll post some mail at the 1902 post office, visit the country store, or enjoy the small bakery. The local residents (only 95 people) spend their summers here to avoid the big ships and big tourist towns. Enjoy this jewel in the wilderness.
Day 8 Admiralty Island / Juneau
It's a leisurely morning at anchor. Today enjoy a cruising day north and around the top of Admiralty Island. Later today, arrive in Juneau in time for a trip to the Red Dog Saloon.
Day 9 Disembark / Return Home
After breakfast disembark and transfer to the airport for your return flights home.
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This was our first trip to South America and we were a little nervous. But Adventure Life made things so easy! All our questions were answered before we left, and our guide, Vidal, was amazing! He gave us enough space to explore without rushing us along. He also knew where the best picture taking opportunities were, which was great.