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Charter a private shuttle bus for 14 passenger. Includes driver/guide and rate is for 2 hours throughout the city of Ketchikan.
Take your time and see every point on the compass! Ketchikan has so many sights to see and this 4-hour excursion is the way to get them all in without standing in line behind the rest of your group. You can select from a menu of destinations that interests you the most, whether it's the Totem Bight Park, a hike on the Ward Creek Trail, a black bear search near the hatchery at Herring Cove, a Ketchikan City Tour, or a drive to the end of the road. It's up to you! Or let the guide take you to their favorite places.
Combine the beauty of a flight over Misty Fjords National Monument with a crab feast at the George Inlet Lodge. Circle scenic, 3,000 foot granite walls while searching for native wildlife, then land at a remote Alaskan cabin for all-you-can-eat Dungeness Crab. It's the perfect combination of dramatic sightseeing and back country feasting to satiate any appetite. Meeting instructions: We will pick you up at the north end of the Ketchikan Visitor Bureau, which is located on the middle of the cruise ship pier, near the circle of statues. Please look for the "SeaWind Aviation" guide in the white van and arrive 10 minutes prior to the departure time. Please call us once you arrive at 907-225-1206, or you can reach us on our direct line inside the Visitor Bureau at #70, or you can check in with our employee at booth #4 inside the KVB building.
Fly to the Misty Fjords National Monument on a Floatplane and upon return to Ketchikan ride a trolley on a city and wildlife Tour.
Embark upon a traditional fishing tour of the waters of Ketchikan, Alaska. Try your hand at angling salmon, halibut or both in a small-group setting of 2-6 people. Invite the whole family and experience the action regardless of skill level. The captain will provide all required equipment for fishing and guide you through the marine waters to where you'll start catching fish on a 4- or 6-hour tour.
Enjoy aerial and ground views of the Misty Fjords National Monument on a 90-minute scenic flight which includes a 15 minute landing on a pristine lake or salt water fjord. As your flight takes off from Ketchikan, you will pass over the Tongass National Forest on your way to the beautiful Misty Fjords National Monument, 2.3 million acres of untouched Alaskan wilderness. You will see stunning blue lakes, snow-capped mountains, glacially carved fjords, and have the opportunity to see wildlife at every turn. Each passenger will have a window seat for amazing photo opportunities and voice activated, noise cancelling headset to enjoy the interactive pilot narration. Your flight includes complementary transportation to and from the Ketchikan Visitors Bureau, on a private shuttle bus.
Tour the snow capped mountains near Ketchikan on this 3-hour flight tour and crab feast. Explore the town from the air and fly over the beautiful countryside on a 30-minute, full-narrated flight while searching for native wildlife, then land in the George Inlet Fjord for an all-you-can-eat crab feast. Combine two very Alaskan activities into one fun-filled day. Meeting instructions: We will pick you up at the north end of the Ketchikan Visitor Bureau, which is located on the middle of the cruise ship pier, near the circle of statues. Please look for the "SeaWind Aviation" guide in the white van and arrive 10 minutes prior to the departure time. Please call us once you arrive at 907-225-1206, or you can reach us on our direct line inside the Visitor Bureau at #70, or you can check in with our employee at booth #4 inside the KVB building.
On this private helicopter tour of the vast Alaskan wilderness, you'll expand your horizons during 30 minutes of flight time. Let a trained pilot take you on a scenic heli-flight above old-growth spruce trees that top 200 feet (60 meters) in and around the Ketchikan Alps, inhabited only by mountain goats.
Discover the spectacular scenery of Misty Fjords National Monument from the air on an aerial tour from Ketchikan aboard a floatplane. Home to more than 2 million acres (900,000 hectares) of alpine wilderness, Misty Fjords makes up part of the Tongass National Forest. Cover as much of it as you can from the air as a professional pilot takes you over lakes, sheer cliffs and waterfalls and helps you watch for bears, eagles and other wildlife. Plus, enjoy a water landing on one of the lakes or fjords!
While in port in Ketchikan, take to the skies over stunning Misty Fjords National Monument on this 2-hour shore excursion. Board a floatplane and fly over the lakes, sheer cliffs and waterfalls of Misty Fjords, a part of Tongass National Forest covering more than 2 million acres (900,000 hectares) of alpine wilderness. Spot bears, eagles and other wildlife with the help of your pilot, and perform a water-landing on one of the lakes or fjords!
The Misty Fjords National Monument is a 2.2 million acre park which was carved by glaciers some 10,000 years ago. During your 1.5-hour flightseeing tour, you will see a myriad of crystal clear alpine lakes gouged out by those very glaciers. Saltwater fjords surrounded by sheer granite walls are alive with waterfalls cascading down thousands of feet.
During your cruise stop in Ketchikan, combine a floatplane ride and a crab feast for a quintessential Alaskan experience. Fly high above the beautiful alpine landscape of Tongass National Forest, landing at Revillagigedo Island's secluded George Inlet Lodge to indulge a finger-licking Dungeness crab meal with all the fixings. Learn about the Alaskan wilderness, the crab industry and more during your tour, and drive back to Ketchikan along the island's scenic coast. Numbers are limited to 12 on this small-group tour, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Combine two quintessential Alaskan experiences - a floatplane ride and a Dungeness crab feast - on this memorable tour from Ketchikan. Start with a flightseeing tour flying high above the beautiful alpine landscape of Tongass National Forest. Then land at the remote George Inlet Lodge to indulge in a meal of crab with melted butter, salad, potatoes and cheesecake. You'll end your experience with a scenic drive back to Ketchikan along the coast of Revillagigedo Island. This tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.
Explore pristine, untouched wilderness on this 90-minute flight tour through Misty Fjords National Monument. From your own personal window seat aboard a Dehavilland Beaver (DHC-2) bush plane, view cascading waterfalls, dramatic cliffs, and lush mountaintops covered in old growth forest. Interact with you professional, veteran pilot via two-way radio on this small group tour a short flight from Ketchikan.
When you're in port in Ketchikan, head into the rainforest for an off-roading experience by Tomcar! This Alaska shore excursion allows you to drive a 2-person Tomcar utility vehicle along a 14-mile (22-km) circuit of unpaved mountainous tracks, checking out waterfalls, local wildlife and stunning views of Tongass National Forest, the Inside Passage and Behm Canal. An experienced guide ensures your safety, and round-trip transport from the Ketchikan port is included. This tour is bumpy and may leave you quite dirty, so be prepared for a wild ride.
Experience the Alaskan wilderness from the driver's seat of a Tomcar off-road utility vehicle on this Ketchikan adventure tour. In the dense rainforest 30 minutes outside of town, drive your 2-person Tomcar along a 14-mile (22-km) circuit of unpaved mountainous tracks, checking out waterfalls, wildlife and amazing views of Tongass National Forest, Behm Canal and the Inside Passage. An experienced guide ensures your safety, and transport from Ketchikan is included. Not for the faint of heart, this activity is bumpy and may leave you quite dirty, so be prepared!
We Invite You to Come Fish with Us! We offer a fleet of privately owned & operated charter boats ranging in size from 30 to 40 feet in length. Our boats are large comfortable cabin cruisers with heated salons with indoor seating, galleys, private flushing heads, and large fishing decks. Our boats are suitable for everyone, families with young children, senior citizens, and disabled persons. Guests using wheelchairs and mobility scooters are welcome. Our fishing guides have many years experience fishing in local waters and accommodating their charter guests. We specialize in 4 Hour Salmon Charters for cruise ship passengers We guarantee we will get you back to your ship on time. We will meet you at the gangway area of your ship or hotel lobby and transport you to our boat marina located near the cruise ship piers. All necessary fishing gear is provided.
The surrounding waters of Ketchikan offers the best salmon and halibut fishing available all summer months long. You will enjoy nature close at hand with us as we pride on having the best service in the exclusive fishing location of Ketchikan, Alaska:"The Salmon Capital of the World". Our goal is to share our love of fishing, top notch charter boats, good equipment and experienced captains with our customers. Our enthusiasm and commitment to fishing and their customers has continued to keep the business successful for years.
Take a slow ride in a silent, easy-to-drive, off-road tour buggy from the shores of Ketchikan's inside passage on this 3-hour adventure. Head through sacred, native land within the Tongass Rainforest for family fun around a crackling campfire with pancakes and s'mores. Then ascend in a buggy to a popular native overlook that offers spectacular views of Ketchikan's surrounding islands on a clear day. Afterward, return to Saxman Seaport to visit Saxman Native Village and experience a close-up with many of Ketchikan's famed totem poles.
This small-group guided wilderness sea kayaking and boat tour is perfect for anyone who has dreamed of kayaking in Alaska. Escape the crowds in town and spend all of your tour time on the water. Travel 20 minutes by boat from Ketchikan to Orcas Cove. Explore rain forest islands and sheltered coves by sea kayak with fun and friendly guides. Enjoy a snack of local smoked salmon before returning to town by boat.
Spend your time in port in Ketchikan on an exhilarating zipline tour. During this shore excursion to Tongass National Forest, you'll soar above a dense canopy of trees at heights up to 135 feet (41 meters) in the air, cross three suspension bridges and look down on salmon-spawning streams and tidal estuaries. As you zoom across 6,000 feet (1,830 meters) of dual-cable ziplines, you'll have the chance to spot wildlife like black bears and bald eagles. This advanced zipline course is limited to nine people per every two guides, providing a small-group experience.
If you're thinking, "Zipline tour? Been there, done that," maybe you just need to up the ante. This thrilling zipline tour in Tongass National Forest will have you flying through an Alaskan rainforest canopy at heights up to 135 feet (41 meters) above ground. Across 6,000 feet (1,830 meters) of dual-line cables and three hanging bridges, you'll have unique vantage points to look for bears feeding on salmon and watch bald eagles soar through the sky. This exciting experience from Ketchikan is limited to nine people per group so you can enjoy personalized attention from your guides.
Enjoy an exhilarating 2.5-hour ride on Southeast Alaska's open waters on this zodiac wildlife adventure. Driving your own 14-foot inflatable zodiac boat behind an expert guide, cruise to the Southeast Alaska Inside Passage in search of wildlife such as whales, seals and sea lions. You may even catch a glimpse of some the commercial crabbing vessels featured on the Discovery Channel's 'Deadliest Catch!'
Be the captain of your own Zodiac boat on this Alaskan wilderness adventure from Ketchikan! Follow your guide along gorgeous bays, past lush islands, and deep into inlets, keeping an eye out for wildlife such as whales, eagles and bears along the way. Stop by a beach for a warm snack and take home an Alaskan boatman certificate to commemorate your amazing experience. This small-group tour is limited to four people, ensuring you'll received personalized attention from your guide.
Be the captain of your own Zodiac boat on this Alaskan wilderness shore excursion while in port in Ketchikan. Follow your guide along beautiful bays, past lush islands, and deep into inlets in search of wildlife such as whales, seals, eagles and bears. Stop by a beach for a warm snack and take home an Alaskan boatman certificate to commemorate your amazing experience. This small-group tour is limited to four people, ensuring you'll received personalized attention from your guide.
While you're in port in Ketchikan, discover what it's like to be an Alaskan fisherman on this fisherman's shore excursion! You'll cruise through the calm waters of the Inside Passage with an expert fishing crew on board the Aleutian Ballad, a commercial fishing boat that starred on the Discovery Channel's popular TV show Deadliest Catch. Watch as a variety of marine life is hauled up onto the deck of the boat in large barrel pots. You'll see octopus, eel, rockfish, king crab, box crab and more, plus admire other local wildlife swimming and flying around the boat, like sea lions, porpoises and eagles.
Find out what life is like as a commercial fisherman in Alaska on this Bering Sea fisherman's tour from Ketchikan! On board the Aleutian Ballad, a commercial fishing boat that was featured on the Discovery Channel's popular TV show Deadliest Catch, you'll cruise through the calm, protected waterways of the Inside Passage with an expert fishing crew, watching as marine creatures of all kinds are caught in barrel pots and hauled up on deck. You'll see king crab, box crab, octopus, rockfish, eel and more, plus catch sight of other local wildlife like sea lions, porpoises and eagles.
Fill your need for adventure and excitement while in Ketchikan on this four-hour off-road Jeep and canoe tour ! Take control of a four-wheel- drive Jeep Wrangler® and drive through the rugged back roads of Tongass National Forest. Then join your companions in a Native American-style canoe to paddle across a mountain lake, where a hearty snack and a nature hike await you. While driving and canoeing, keep your eyes open for bald eagles, moose, dear, porcupines and the occasional bear!
Fill your need for adventure and excitement while in Ketchikan on this four-hour off-road Jeep and canoe tour ! Take control of a four-wheel- drive Jeep Wrangler® and drive through the rugged back roads of Tongass National Forest. Then join your companions in a Native American-style canoe to paddle across a mountain lake, where a hearty snack and a nature hike await you. While driving and canoeing, keep your eyes open for bald eagles, moose, deer, porcupines and the occasional bear!
Enjoy the natural beauty surrounding Ketchikan as you pedal along the water on a Seacycle. Explore Ward Cove, a bay off the Tongass Narrows, on this personal watercraft (holds up to four people) that you pedal like a bike or paddleboat. Your experienced guide will help you spot wildlife such as otters, seals and eagles before you feast on a picnic lunch. This tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience as you glide across the water.
When your ship docks in Ketchikan, experience the natural beauty of Ward Cove, a bay off the Tongass Narrows, on a 3-hour Seacyle tour. Pedal a personal watercraft (holds up to four people) like a bike or paddleboat, while your hands are free to snap photos of seals, otters and eagles that you spot with the help of an expert guide. This small-group tour limited to 12 people includes a delicious picnic lunch after your glide on the water.
As the first and only electric-assist bicycle tour in Southeast Alaska, we're excited for you to join us on an easy, enjoyable ride on the "road to nowhere". The end of our Island's paved road system . This road dead ends at the edge of the dense Tongass National Forest, an extensive wilderness where you will then take an enjoyable, guided hike along a well maintained trail beside an active salmon spawning stream. The hiking features calm waters, rapids and waterfalls along it's path as well as stunning beach views before returning to your E-bikes to cycle back to the Marina where it all began. All our tours provide round trip transportation from your cruise ship/hotel and excellent gear is provided for all your weather and cycling needs.
Take a 4-hour guided kayak tour to Clover Pass, with scheduling to fit virtually every cruise ship. This is an amazing waterway with several rainforest islands, about 15 miles north of town. Your guides will get you away from the masses as you paddle scenic island shorelines where dense rainforest meets the sea. The Tongass National Forest is the largest National Forest in the U.S. and surrounds Clover Pass. View sea lions, seals, lots of eagles and other birds, a huge variety of tidal life, and sometimes humpback whales, orcas and porpoises along the route.
Surround yourself with nature and discover the beauty of Southeast Alaska as you travel by inflatable Seahawk vessel for an exciting cruise to Orca Beach, followed by a rainforest walk. Keep an eye out for wildlife along the way while delving into native culture as you join your guide for a nature walk and beach exploration, learning how the early inhabitants utilized all aspects of the ecosystem for spiritual enrichment, shelter, and transportation. Enjoy an Alaskan snack as you take in wonderful vistas before cruising back to Knudson Cove.
When your cruise ship docks in Ketchikan, spend your time in port soaring through treetops in an Alaskan rainforest! On this exciting zipline and canopy tour, you'll swing around a giant jungle gym, high above the ground, on eight different canopy ropes and seven different ziplines. It's an outdoor shore excursion with a difference that will leave your heart racing!
When your cruise ship docks at the Ketchikan port, leave modern luxuries behind and explore Ketchikan the way the natives did on this rainforest canoe and nature walk shore excursion! Paddle through a pristine lake in the Tongass National Forest and learn about Ketchikan's Native American history. Admire the region's natural beauty on a short walk through the rainforest with your knowledgeable guide and learn about the forest's unique wildlife and lush vegetation. The canoe paddling and nature walk are suitable for all fitness levels.
Explore Ketchikan the way the natives did on this rainforest canoe trip and nature walk. On this 3.5-hour Alaskan tour, paddle through a pristine lake in the Tongass National Forest while learning about Ketchikan's history and natural beauty from your expert guide. Take a short walk through the rainforest with your guide and learn about the forest's flora and fauna. Don't forget to keep your eyes out for native Alaskan wildlife!
Enjoy a small-group guided hike in the Alaska Rainforest! You will see the variety of plants in Alaska's rainforest and learn traditional medicinal uses. View giant sitka spruce trees, cedars, eagles, salmon, and bears in season. Ketchikan has the best to offer in the forest due to its mild year round temperatures. The total distance covered is about 3 miles over gently rolling terrain. No special gear or footwear necessary but comfortable walking shoes. This trip includes a 15 minute sightseeing drive through the city. On the return leg, your guide will offer dining and recreation suggestions. Bottled water and a granola snack will be provided. This hike is typically in groups of 12 or less.
This town and harbor tour is sure to give you the best aerial view of our wonderful city, the alpine scenery of Ketchikan's Lakes, both totem pole parks and what we call a Mini-Misty. Great if you want to experience a seaplane for the first time or you don't have much time in port. Great photo opportunities of your cruise ship from the air above. Complimentary ground transportation included. Worry-free Shore Excursion: We will ensure your timely return to the Juneau port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of- call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.
This town and harbor tour is sure to give you the best aerial view of our wonderful city, the alpine scenery of Ketchikan's Lakes, both totem pole parks and what we call a Mini-Misty. Great if you want to experience a seaplane for the first time or you don't have much time in port. Great photo opportunities of your cruise ship from the air above. Complimentary ground transportation included.
Experience Ketchikan from the unique perspective of a sea kayak on this small group 2.25-hour guided tour. Your friendly guide leads you to the historic Ketchikan Creek and across the Tongass Narrows, to explore the surrounding islands where bald eagles nest in the forest and colorful inter-tidal creatures inhabit the shore. No previous experience is required to enjoy this family-friendly adventure that departs from downtown Ketchikan, right next to the cruise ship dock.
Spend your time in port in Ketchikan paddling through the waters of the Pacific Ocean and discovering Alaska's Eagle Island. On this shore excursion, you'll have the opportunity to glimpse a vast array of wildlife, such as Alaskan starfish, bald eagles, humpback whales and orca whales. A perfect opportunity to explore Ketchikan's beautiful scenery awaits!
The 3 hour All Ketchikan Excursion is the most complete and comprehensive land tour available in Ketchikan, Alaska. Combining the 90 minute South Tour --City and Wildlife Trolley Tour of Ketchikan plus the 90 minute North Tour -- Totem Bight & Potlatch Park plus City of Ketchikan Tour, into one continuous tour. See it all with more then 40 miles of driving with multiple stops and photo opportunities. Guides are very knowledgeable and fun.
Explore the dramatic wilderness of the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary on this 2.5-hour small-group walking tour. Learn about the local ecosystem and the wildlife it supports from a knowledgeable and friendly guide. Walk through a beautiful mountain forest, home to bears, bald eagles and deer. Learn about the dynamic nature and abundant wildlife of a scenic marine estuary. You'll have plenty of great photo opportunities and to learn about totem pole carving at a historic sawmill.
Spend your time in port in Ketchikan exploring the fascinating wilderness of the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary. Easily accessible from your cruise ship, this 2.5-hour walking tour will teach you about Alaska's diverse ecosystem as you follow an informative guide through the wilderness. Stroll through a beautiful forest, see Alaska's dramatic mountains, and keep and eye out for local wildlife. You'll see a scenic marine estuary and have the opportunity to take striking photos.
Discover Alaska's famous totem poles at Totem Bight State Park. This seaside park offers sweeping views of the ocean and important cultural interpretation. Begin with a city tour of Ketchikan as you travel along the coastal highway to the park 10 miles away from the busy downtown. Your tour of the beautiful park walks through a natural forest with local vegetation and guided description. Emerge into the totem viewing area and visit a traditional winter dwelling. Gather memories with photographs while your guide shares ancient stories and wisdom.
Join us for a 1.5-hour ride aboard a state-of-the-art amphibian that will amaze you by transforming from bus to boat! Enjoy both a harbor tour through the Tongass Narrows and a Ketchikan city tour. Your entertaining tour guide will enhance your experience with informative narration about the sights you see. Journey aboard a coast guard certified and inspected amphibian vehicle.
Take a beautiful 90 minute tour north of town on our historical trolley or our modern shuttles buses, visit the Potlatch Park and the Totem Bight State Park in Ketchikan Alaska. City tour included. Departing from downtown cruise ships, tour offers a leisurely 10 mile drive along the Coastal State highway north of town. Upon arrival at the totem pole parks, guide will narrate and show Potlatch Park which has over 30 totem poles, a clan house or longhouse, a totem pole carving center and an antique car collection plus the Russian museum exhibiting an interesting collection of antique and rare guns and pistols. With over 45 minutes at the parks you can explore the State Park or visit a unique gift shop.
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