Queen Charlotte and Surrounding Areas, Haida Gwaii
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 08 May 2022

Queen Charlotte and Surrounding Areas, Haida Gwaii, 5/8/2022, National Geographic Sea Lion

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Alaska

Today our guests had the opportunity to become the masters of their own vessels–taking life by the horns! Kayaking was the name of the game this morning, allowing everyone to navigate their own course. Paddling between the tides and around a couple islands, we explored the incredibly placid bays and inlets of this beautiful place. The sun was shining and the wind stayed calm for the entirety of our kayaking experience.

 

In the afternoon, we took to our Zodiacs to cruise along the coastline of the magnificent forests. We spotted several wonderful species of birds as they twisted and soared through the sky. A couple of raccoons said hello to one of our groups. To top it all off, every one of us got a great view of a curious American black bear!

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