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    ALASKA CULTURE EXPERIENCE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 2 1/2 hrs

    Gain an understanding of the lives of the First Nations people at a replica 19th-century village and in a forest where they still harvest medicinal plants. Tlingit and Haida guides will share their cultures with you in the village clan house in Totem Bight State Park. ...
    Gain an understanding of the lives of the First Nations people at a replica 19th-century village and in a forest where they still harvest medicinal plants. Tlingit and Haida guides will share their cultures with you in the village clan house in Totem Bight State Park. more...

    Gain an understanding of the lives of the First Nations people at a replica 19th-century village and in a forest where they still harvest medicinal plants. Tlingit and Haida guides will share their cultures with you in the village clan house in Totem Bight State Park. The colorful totem poles throughout the village are carved with animal figures that reflect the myths and legends of the indigenous people. For instance, the raven is often portrayed in stories as a trickster and is said to be capable of changing its form at will. You will delve deeper into the culture while walking a woodlands trail at Connell Lake. The guides will point out and describe edible plants such as Labrador tea, bearded lichen, and fireweed. They will also show you how spiny devil’s club is carefully harvested to use as fishhooks, tattoo ink and even as a natural medicine for arthritis. A snack of local foods follows.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Learn about the First Nations cultures at a replica 19th-century village.
    • Gain insight into the symbols of animals that adorn the village’s many totem poles.
    • Follow indigenous guides along a trail at Connell Lake and hear how they use medicinal plants.
    • Snack on locally harvested foods that may include salmon and wild berries.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C331.41 CAD
    • Child from: C318.62 CAD
    DURATION 2 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    World Famous George Inlet Lodge Crab Feast

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 hrs

    Follow a spectacularly scenic coastal road to the historical George Inlet Lodge for a classic Alaskan crab feast. Being one of the few highways in this part of Revillagigedo Island, it is surrounded by natural ...
    Follow a spectacularly scenic coastal road to the historical George Inlet Lodge for a classic Alaskan crab feast. Being one of the few highways in this part of Revillagigedo Island, it is surrounded by natural more...

    Follow a spectacularly scenic coastal road to the historical George Inlet Lodge for a classic Alaskan crab feast. Being one of the few highways in this part of Revillagigedo Island, it is surrounded by natural beauty that makes the drive all the more memorable. Upon reaching the waterfront George Inlet Lodge, you will be served an entrée of steaming-hot Dungeness crabs. These tasty crustaceans are caught in the chilly waters of the Pacific Ocean and have become synonymous with Alaskan dining. The meal includes plenty of other local specialties such as smoked salmon dip and a dessert topped with seasonal blueberries. Afterwards, you might browse the remote lodge, which has quite the history. It was originally built in the 1940s as a salmon cannery bunkhouse. When the cannery closed decades later, the bunkhouse was transported about 90 miles up the George Inlet waterway to its present location, which was once the site of a gold mine.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Feast on Dungeness crabs and other Alaskan delicacies at the George Inlet Lodge.
    • Enjoy the waterfront setting of the remote lodge and learn a bit about its history.
    • Drive along a coastal road and admire the stunning natural beauty.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C190.66 CAD
    • Child from: C190.66 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    SELF-DRIVE ZODIAC ADVENTURE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 2 1/2 hrs

    Cruise through the spectacular Tongass Narrows in a Zodiac boat and take in the extraordinary coastal scenery with the chance of seeing iconic Alaskan wildlife. You may captain the 4-person Zodiac or ride along as a passenger. ...
    Cruise through the spectacular Tongass Narrows in a Zodiac boat and take in the extraordinary coastal scenery with the chance of seeing iconic Alaskan wildlife. You may captain the 4-person Zodiac or ride along as a passenger. more...

    Cruise through the spectacular Tongass Narrows in a Zodiac boat and take in the extraordinary coastal scenery with the chance of seeing iconic Alaskan wildlife. You may captain the 4-person Zodiac or ride along as a passenger. Either way, the views from sea level will be breathtaking. You will follow the guide’s boat past the islands off Refuge Cove and on to Totem Bight State Historical Park, home to a replica village like the ones the indigenous Tlingit and Haidas inhabited in the 19th century. The guide will entertain you with stories about these earlier times, logging, and the history of businesses such as the Ketchikan Pulp Mill. The Tongass Narrows is teeming with wildlife, and you may spot orcas and humpback whales breaching the water’s surface. Bald eagles are commonly seen soaring above, along the shore and feasting on fish that they have just plucked from the sea.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Skirt along the spectacularly scenic shoreline of the Tongass Narrows in a Zodiac boat.
    • Captain the Zodiac, be one of three passengers or switch positions if you like.
    • Look for wildlife that includes orcas, humpback whales and bald eagles.
    • Learn about the indigenous Tlingit and Haida people and how they lived in the 19th century.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C254.64 CAD
    • Child from: C254.64 CAD
    DURATION 2 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    ALASKAN CULTURAL & LUMBERJACK SHOW EXPERIENCE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 1/2 hrs

    Get a real feel for Alaskan life through experiences that reveal some of the most fascinating cultural and historical aspects. Your immersion begins with a lumberjack show, during which the competitors will go head-to-head in events such as log chopping, sawing and tree scaling. ...
    Get a real feel for Alaskan life through experiences that reveal some of the most fascinating cultural and historical aspects. Your immersion begins with a lumberjack show, during which the competitors will go head-to-head in events such as log chopping, sawing and tree scaling. more...

    Get a real feel for Alaskan life through experiences that reveal some of the most fascinating cultural and historical aspects. Your immersion begins with a lumberjack show, during which the competitors will go head-to-head in events such as log chopping, sawing and tree scaling. Their prodigious skills and fierce determination to be crowned “Bull of the Woods” will be inspiring. Similarly, you will be impressed by the displays at Cape Fox Lodge, where you will delve into the indigenous Tlingit culture. Expect to see artifacts such as a traditional hand-carved canoe, painted totems and a totem mural that Tlingit artist Nathan Jackson carved. You will also get a literal taste of the Alaska at the lodge by sampling Alaskan specialties after watching a local chef prepare them. The selection may include reindeer sausage, stuffed caribou and salmon risotto with huckleberry sauce. Afterwards, you can ride the funicular down to the historic boardwalk on Creek Street.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Watch lumberjacks go head-to-head in competitive chopping, sawing and tree scaling.
    • Delve into the indigenous Tlingit culture through exhibits at the Cape Fox Lodge.
    • Sample traditional Alaskan dishes after watching a chef prepare them.
    • Ride the funicular back to Ketchikan or take the trolley if you prefer.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C241.84 CAD
    • Child from: C216.25 CAD
    DURATION 3 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    TALBOT LAKE RAINFOREST HIKE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 hrs

    Hike to Talbot Lake following a natural trail through Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in America. In the decades since the last pulp mill closed, the forest has regained its splendor and wildlife has flourished. You may spot eagles, deer, and beavers, which are particularly prevalent along the trail at Talbot Lake. ...
    Hike to Talbot Lake following a natural trail through Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in America. In the decades since the last pulp mill closed, the forest has regained its splendor and wildlife has flourished. You may spot eagles, deer, and beavers, which are particularly prevalent along the trail at Talbot Lake. more...

    Hike to Talbot Lake following a natural trail through Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in America. Although the hike is only about three miles long roundtrip, the surrounding scenery is wonderfully varied and spectacular. You will walk in the shadow of towering western hemlocks, Sitka spruce and red cedars, all indigenous to the area. The naturalist guide will narrate the hike by describing the native flora and fauna and detailing the history of the area, which was once crucial to the logging industry. In the decades since the last pulp mill closed, the forest has regained its splendor and wildlife has flourished. You may spot eagles, deer, and beavers, which are particularly prevalent along the trail at Talbot Lake. The lake-view setting couldn’t be more serene as you sip hot chocolate while gathered around a campfire. You may see anglers fishing for cutthroat trout, but otherwise you will likely have the woods to yourself.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Hike three miles roundtrip through Tongass National Forest, America’s largest such landscape.
    • Follow the trail to beautiful Talbot Lake and gather around a crackling campfire.
    • Learn about the flora, fauna, and local history from the naturalist guide.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C190.66 CAD
    • Child from: C177.86 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    SEA CYCLE OCEAN ADVENTURE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 2 1/2 hrs

    Pedal a pontoon-style Sea-Cycle around the estuary at Ward Cove as the guide describes the scenic beauty and area history. There is plenty to view, especially when passing Tongass National Forest, the largest such protected landscape in America. The dense forests of red cedars, hemlocks ...
    Pedal a pontoon-style Sea-Cycle around the estuary at Ward Cove as the guide describes the scenic beauty and area history. There is plenty to view, especially when passing Tongass National Forest, the largest such protected landscape in America. The dense forests of red cedars, hemlocks more...

    Pedal a pontoon-style Sea-Cycle around the estuary at Ward Cove as the guide describes the scenic beauty and area history. Each two-person Sea-Cycle boat allows for leisurely pedaling yet leaves your hands free to snap photos of the surrounding natural wonders. There is plenty to view, especially when passing Tongass National Forest, the largest such protected landscape in America. The dense forests of red cedars, hemlocks and Sitka spruces will seem to go on forever. Along the way, the guide will elaborate on how many Alaskans still subsist on food and medicines that they harvest from the woodlands and sea. Be sure to keep an eye out for eagles soaring overhead and seals and bears along the shore. Ducks are among the most prevalent animals in the tidal estuary. Ward Cove is noteworthy for being the site of Alaska’s first pulp mill and home to one of the area’s most productive fish canneries.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Pedal a two-person Sea-Cycle boat around the estuary at Ward Cove and along the sea.
    • Take in the natural beauty of Tongass National Forest, America’s largest such landscape.
    • Look for indigenous wildlife such as bears, eagles and seals.
    • Learn about the history of Ward Cove and how it once fueled Ketchikan’s economy.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat, comfortable, non-slip shoes.


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    • Adult from: C254.64 CAD
    • Child from: C241.84 CAD
    DURATION 2 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    ALASKAN LUMBERJACK SHOW & AXE THROW CHALLENGE

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 hrs

    Watch local lumberjacks show off their prodigious skills and then try your hand at outdoorsy competition in an axe-throwing contest. The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show pits Alaskans against British Columbians in a fun-filled, ...
    Watch local lumberjacks show off their prodigious skills and then try your hand at outdoorsy competition in an axe-throwing contest. The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show pits Alaskans against British Columbians in a fun-filled, more...

    Watch local lumberjacks show off their prodigious skills and then try your hand at outdoorsy competition in an axe-throwing contest. The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show pits Alaskans against British Columbians in a fun-filled, but no-holds-barred match to determine the “Bull of the Woods.” Only one team can come out on top, and the lumberjacks will do whatever it takes to win. As the emcee describes the action, you will see the lumberjacks compete in events such as springboard chopping, buck sawing, rolling and a daring 50-foot tree climb. The competitors will be happy to meet you after the show for pictures and to discuss the lumberjack lifestyle. You might want to ask them about the best ways to throw a hand axe as you will soon be going head-to-head against all comers. Here’s a tip: hold the axe directly over your head with both hands much like a goalie throws a soccer ball. Then, let ‘er rip.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Cheer on the mighty competitors in the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show.
    • Watch lumberjacks go head-to-head in competitive chopping, sawing and tree scaling.
    • Get in the competitive spirit by participating in an axe-throwing contest.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C126.68 CAD
    • Child from: C126.68 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    RAINFOREST E-BIKE & NATURE WALK

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 hrs

    Ride an electric bike inland to Connell Lake while admiring the natural beauty of the surrounding Tongass National Forest. ...
    Ride an electric bike inland to Connell Lake while admiring the natural beauty of the surrounding Tongass National Forest. more...

    Ride an electric bike inland to Connell Lake while admiring the natural beauty of the surrounding Tongass National Forest. As you will discover during the initial briefing, the electric-enhanced bicycle will boost your pedal power, allowing you to ride farther and negotiate hills with considerably less effort than with a conventional bicycle. It’s only about three miles to the Connell Lake, all of it staggeringly beautiful. Sitka black-tailed deer are commonly seen along this route. The flora is also exceptional, especially the carnivorous sundew plants that consume insects that they trap on their sticky pads. Upon reaching the lake, you will learn how it was created in 1952 by damming several creeks to provide hydroelectric power to the Ketchikan pulp mill. The dam no longer supplies power as the pulp mill closed more than 25 years ago. Before pedaling back, you can relax around a campfire under a canopy of coniferous trees or walk a short nature trail.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Pedal an electric-enhanced bicycle to and from Connell Lake, a roundtrip of about six miles.
    • Gain a historical perspective of the manmade lake, which once powered the Ketchikan pulp mill.
    • Learn about the indigenous flora and fauna from the naturalist guide.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C229.05 CAD
    • Child from: C216.25 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Misty Fjords & Wilderness Explorer

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 5 1/4 hrs

    Cruise through Misty Fjords, a waterway that ancient glaciers carved out of the rugged landscape, leaving behind a natural wonderland of sheer vertical cliffs, roaring waterfalls and endless beauty. To reach the fjords, you will pass through Revillagigedo Channel and proceed into the Behm Canal, ...
    Cruise through Misty Fjords, a waterway that ancient glaciers carved out of the rugged landscape, leaving behind a natural wonderland of sheer vertical cliffs, roaring waterfalls and endless beauty. To reach the fjords, you will pass through Revillagigedo Channel and proceed into the Behm Canal, more...

    Cruise through Misty Fjords, a waterway that ancient glaciers carved out of the rugged landscape, leaving behind a natural wonderland of sheer vertical cliffs, roaring waterfalls and endless beauty. To reach the fjords, you will pass through Revillagigedo Channel and proceed into the Behm Canal, a waterway where orcas, seals and porpoises are often spotted. The occasional stop will be made along the way to view an active bald eagle’s nest, a pictograph that the Tlingits etched into a stone cliff and New Eddystone Rock, an immense volcanic spire that rises above the sea. While cruising through Misty Fjords, the onboard naturalist will describe the fjord’s natural history and point out seabirds that may be nesting in the cliffs. After your cruise, you will be dropped off in downtown Ketchikan where you can explore and shop before hopping on a shuttle back to the ship.


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    • Adult from: C318.62 CAD
    • Child from: C229.05 CAD
    DURATION 5 1/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Saxman Native Village & Lumberjack Show

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 4 3/4 hrs

    Discover the rich culture of Southeast Alaska’s Native Americans and witness a rip roaring lumberjack competition on this comprehensive tour of Ketchikan. ...
    Discover the rich culture of Southeast Alaska’s Native Americans and witness a rip roaring lumberjack competition on this comprehensive tour of Ketchikan. more...

    Become absorbed in the rich culture of Southeast Alaska’s Native Americans and witness a rip roaring lumberjack competition on this comprehensive tour of Ketchikan. Your first stop will be a visit to Saxman Native Village. For generations, Tlingit villages have maintained a tradition of welcoming visitors in regal style In this Native community, tribal elders and others have worked hard to pass on many of the traditions that have long defined their culture. A short video program will introduce you to their culture and history, then enter the Beaver Clan House where you'll be welcomed by song and dance. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the final dance before moving onto the Saxman Totem Park, one of the largest gatherings of totem poles in the world.


    The next stop is the Village Carving Center where world famous carvers work and pass on their skills to eager apprentices. Visit the Village Store to purchase some of the finest Native Alaska art available. On the return trip, see sights of Creek Street and let the fun begin with a stop at the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show. Hardy lumberjacks bring to life Alaska’s colorful forest history with an action packed competition in the partially covered and heated outdoor arena. Cheer on your team of world champion lumberjacks in events such as chopping, sawing, tree climbing and much more.


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    • Adult from: C203.46 CAD
    • Child from: C139.48 CAD
    DURATION 4 3/4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Wildlife Cruise, Oyster Farm & Tasting

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 3 hrs

    Discover how the Alaska’s cold, nutrient-rich waters are ideal for growing oysters and kelp by touring a floating farm and then sampling both sustainable products. ...
    Discover how the Alaska’s cold, nutrient-rich waters are ideal for growing oysters and kelp by touring a floating farm and then sampling both sustainable products. more...

    Discover how the Alaska’s cold, nutrient-rich waters are ideal for growing oysters and kelp by touring a floating farm and then sampling both sustainable products.


    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy picturesque coastal drive along the Tongass Narrows to Bonfire Bay. From here, you will cruise to Clover Pass, all the while watching for humpback whales, seals and sea lions, which frequent these pristine waters. Be sure to look overhead too, as eagles are also abundant.


    Upon arriving at Hump Island Oyster Company’s oyster and kelp farm, you will tour the family-owned floating facility. The deep, nutrient-rich tidal waters of Bonfire Bay are ideal for farming oysters in trays suspended from cedar floats. The oysters are nurtured as they grow from thumbnail size to market size, and as you will discover it’s a fascinating process.


    The company is also the first in Alaska to grow kelp, another sustainable endeavor only possible because of the bay’s extraordinary water conditions. To delve even deeper into the challenges of aquaculture, you will tour the on-site laboratory.


    Still, there is no better way to understand how conditions affect oysters and kelp than to taste the final products. A sampling will reveal that the plump oysters have a unique briny flavor that finishes with a hint of melon. The kelp is used liberally in products such as salsa and seasonings.


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    • Adult from: C318.62 CAD
    • Child from: C254.64 CAD
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    George Inlet Fjords Safari, Kraft Beers, & Dungeness Crab Meal

    Ketchikan (Ward Cove), Alaska

    Duration 4 1/2 hrs

    A scenic boat ride. Wild black bears fishing for their next meal. A secure, covered viewing area for close-up observation. A stop near a salmon hatchery. The potential to see even more wildlife. Neets Bay at its finest. ...
    A scenic boat ride. Wild black bears fishing for their next meal. A secure, covered viewing area for close-up observation. A stop near a salmon hatchery. The potential to see even more wildlife. Neets Bay at its finest. more...

    Race through the wilderness on a utility task vehicle and then cruise along the gorgeous shoreline to a waterfront lodge for a hearty crab feast and beer pairing. After taking the wheel of the UTV, you will tear through mountainous terrain and along old logging roads at adrenaline-pumping speeds that will make this driving adventure all the more memorable. Upon reaching the coast, you will board 46-foot enclosed catamaran and cruise down an inland arm of the sea. The views will be spectacular, especially while passing the Mahoney Glacial Cirque, an amphitheater-like valley that ancient glaciers carved through the rugged landscape. Wildlife is abundant throughout this remote area, especially bald eagles. A sumptuous meal awaits you at George Inlet Lodge, a former 1940s bunkhouse for a fish cannery. It is a beautiful setting to dine on freshly caught Dungeness crabs paired with a number of unique craft beers from several local breweries.


    HIGHLIGHTS
    • Drive a utility task vehicle off-road through densely forested, mountainous terrain.
    • Cruise past the gorgeous Mahoney Glacial Cirque in an enclosed catamaran.
    • Feast on Dungeness crabs and local craft beers at the historical George Inlet Lodge.


    HELPFUL HINTS
    • Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
    • Wear flat, closed toed, comfortable walking shoes.


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    • Adult from: C510.56 CAD
    • Child from: C318.62 CAD
    DURATION 4 1/2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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