Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska of USA

The Glacier Bay National Park is situated approximately 60 air miles to the west of the state capital of Juneau, in southeast Alaska. The Glacier Bay National Park spreads over 3 million acres, making it a prime jewel among the National Park System. There are snow-capped mountain ranges which rise to above 15,000 feet, deep fjords, coastal beaches, estuaries and freshwater lakes in this region.
Glacier Bay National Park provides breathtaking sceneries of glaciers originating from high snow capped mountains, and scenic displays of iceberg formation. The park provides ample wildlife viewing opportunities, giving a wide array of seabirds, marine and mammals. Visitors come to the Glacier Bay National Park on large cruise ships, some stay back in the Park at the Glacier Bay Lodge.
Transportation – There are good air connections to Gustavus from the Juneau, Skagway and Haines. One can also visit by ferry. It is about 10 miles by road to Bartlett Cove from Gustavus.
Accommodations -The Glacier Bay Lodge provides the accommodation at the Glacier Bay National Park. The lodge has 56 rooms, each of which can house up to 4 guests.
Activities- The different activities at the Glacier Bay National Park are the Glacier Bay Tour by day boat, wildlife viewing, sightseeing, fishing, whale watching, boating, and the park rangers program.