Daily Expedition Reports
Dundas Bay, Glacier Bay National Park
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 12 Aug 2019

Dundas Bay, Glacier Bay National Park

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Alaska

Today we awoke in Icy Strait, a passage named by George Vancouver heading out towards the northern opening of the inside waters. Eventually we turned into Dundas Bay, a large bay within the vicinity of Glacier Bay National Park. There we went kayaking, hiking, and exploring in our expedition watercraft. The wildlife in Dundas was varied and plentiful- otters, heron, and bear. Eventually tired and fulfilled we turned out of Dundas, back into the waters of Icy Strait.

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