1/9 Glacier Bay National Park
This park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site best known for its massive glaciers. It encompasses more than three million acres and is often referred to as a crown jewel of the national park system. In addition to glaciers, you'll find an abundance of wildlife, including all sorts of seabirds, marine and land animals. The park also has snow-capped mountain ranges soaring to over 15,000 feet, picturesque coastal beaches with protective coasts, deep fjords and freshwater lakes. While many visitors explore the park while on cruise ships that visit for a day, it's possible to stay inside the park with an overnight at Glacier Bay Lodge.