Bartlett Cove, headquarters of Glacier Bay National Park, offers the novice kayaker a very protected rain forest environment in which to paddle and explore. Kayakers may paddle along the shores of Lester Island and Point Gustavus with opportunities to view a variety of land mammals, marine, and bird life. Seals, porpoises, sea otter, black bear, moose, bald eagles, and whales are some of the wildlife you can expect to see.
Your guide will ensure that everyone in the group experiences the delights of kayaking and learns about the rich natural and cultural history of the area. A relaxed lunch on a secluded beach and short educational nature walks along the way round out the adventure. Cost includes rain gear, kayak gear, permits, lunch, and transportation included.