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Best Of Ketchikan By Land And Sea

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Adult Ages 13 and older
Child Ages 3-12
Infant Ages 2 and under

Immerse Yourself in Authentic Alaska on a Ketchikan Glacier Tour

Embark on a true Alaska experience that includes scenic cruising, wildlife viewing, visiting the largest collection of totem poles, and a taste of wild Alaska seafood delicacies while touring the historic George Inlet cannery.

Ketchikan Tour Highlights

  • Experience the “Salmon Capital of the World” while cruising aboard a comfortable, Alaskan-built vessel. The cruise portion of the tour features exploration of the rugged coastline of the Tongass Narrows and glacier-carved George Inlet. Along the route, your onboard naturalist will provide local knowledge and point out places of interest and wildlife.
  • At the historic George Inlet Cannery, situated in a remote rainforest setting, you’ll have an opportunity to meander through the well-preserved cannery and stop at several displays that highlight Southeast Alaska’s various fisheries, including trolling, purse seining, long-lining, crabbing, and more. While at the cannery, be sure to check out the historic Tsirku Canning Line—the only functioning equipment of its kind in the world. Enjoy Alaskan style appetizers served include smoked salmon spread with crackers, chowder, chicken skewers, smoked cheese and reindeer sausage, and fresh baked desserts. A glass of wine or Alaskan beer is included as well as bottled water and soda.
  • A beautiful rainforest path will lead you to your deluxe motor coach where a friendly driver/guide will await you for a return trip to Ketchikan. The scenic drive back to town provides a tour of the world’s largest collection of totem poles at the Saxman Native village. Drive past historic Creek Street–a colorful row of charming homes and shops built on pilings over Ketchikan Creek.