Since the first conquistadores, priests, and explorers found their way to the Gulf of California, it has been known as a place of resources.
Sometimes when you’re cruising and exploring in Alaska, you just don’t know what you’re going to find. On our final day, we encountered some big surprises.
As we back paddled from the magnificent creatures, I couldn’t help but yell in excitement, “this is a once in a lifetime experience!”
Dozens of three-feet-long iguanas are piled high like sandbags. Watch your step. Wildlife in the Galapagos isn’t afraid to walk—or lie—around.
This was a first in Alaska.