Into the Wild
Nature doesn't get much more extreme than in Alaska. From spotting brown bears on remote islands to fishing for salmon in streams accessible only by helicopter
Tracy Arm Fjord
Alaska can feel like one’s own private wilderness, surrounded as it is on all sides by colossal, blue-streaked glaciers and majestic snow-capped mountains. Four per cent ice, the landscape is a frozen gem, just calling out for adventurous exploration.
Accompanied by expert guides, experience up-close encounters with natural wonders, such as the twin glaciers in Tracy Arm Fjord. Listen for the thunderous ‘crack’, like the reverberating echo of cannon fire, as house-sized blocks of ice split off and crash down, blasting freezing water 200ft into the air.