Take a break from your superyacht charter and get onto the water yourself as you kayak in the notorious Point Adolphus, a prime area for watching 50-ton humpback whales as they gather and feed.
Located near Glacier Bay National Park, there is simply no better place in Alaska to get close to the marine life in their natural habitat.
From your kayak and from our lunch stop onshore, you’ll observe this awesome spectacle, as well as potentially spotting Stellar’s sea lions, porpoises, bald eagles, and orcas.
Hearing the whales and having them come up so close to you is a once-in-a-lifetime feeling that I will never forget.
All kayaking adventures are guided to ensure that your Alaskan escapade is safe, fun, and memorable.
If you are interested in exploring Alaska further, be sure to check out our sample itineraries handpicked by experts with in-depth knowledge of the region.
To add this kayaking experience to your personalized charter itinerary, speak with your preferred yacht charter broker, or alternatively, you can view the entire fleet of superyachts available for Alaska yacht charters.
Kayak with whales at Point Adolphus Photos
Kayak with whales at Point Adolphus