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Celebrity MillenniumSailing: 22 - May - 2020

Celebrity Millennium

Sailing: 22 - May - 2020

Sailing Itinerary*

Day Port* Arrive Depart Activity
Fri May 22Vancouver, British Columbia-4:30 pmDocked
Sat May 23Inside Passage (Cruising)12:00 am12:00 amDocked
Sun May 24Ketchikan, Alaska7:00 am3:00 pmDocked
Mon May 25Icy Strait Point, Alaska9:00 am7:00 pmDocked
Tue May 26Juneau, Alaska7:00 am9:30 pmDocked
Wed May 27Skagway, Alaska7:00 am4:00 pmDocked
Thu May 28Hubbard Glacier (Cruising)7:00 am11:00 amDocked
Fri May 29Seward, Alaska5:00 am-Docked

*All itineraries are subject to change without notice.

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Summary of Tours

Online Shore Excursions reservations for your sailing will be available up until 19-May-2020 11:59 PM EDT (Two days prior to your sailing). If you are within the cut-off time, please be sure to visit our Shore Excursions desk to make your reservations onboard.*

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Inside Passage (Cruising) - 23-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
XI02 Inside Access Behind-the-Scenes Ship Tour Mild N/A May 23, 10:30 am
May 23, 10:00 am
2 hrs 1019.15 SEK 917.23 SEK

Ketchikan, Alaska - 24-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
KE50 Bering Sea Crab Fishermen's Tour Mild Min Age: 5 May 24, 7:45 am 3 hrs 15 mins 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
KE59 Coastal Wildlife Cruise Mild Min Age: 5
Max Weight: 320 pounds
May 24, 7:30 am 3 hrs 15 mins 2028.86 SEK 1823.16 SEK
KEC8 Wildlife Safari and Beach Bonfire Moderate Min Age: 5 May 24, 10:30 am 3 hrs 30 mins 2421.65 SEK 2179.49 SEK
KEC9 Lighthouse, Totems and Eagles Mild N/A May 24, 10:45 am
May 24, 10:00 am
3 hrs 1019.15 SEK 917.23 SEK
KED1 Rainforest Canoe and Nature Trail Moderate Min Weight: 40 pounds May 24, 8:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 925.65 SEK 833.08 SEK
KED5 Celebrity Discovery Collection: Totem Discovery and Crab Feast Mild N/A May 24, 10:30 am 4 hrs 1673.65 SEK 1506.29 SEK
KED4 Ketchikan Trolley and Lumberjack Show Mild N/A May 24, 11:00 am
May 24, 7:45 am
2 hrs 30 mins 832.15 SEK 748.93 SEK
KET5 Tongass Rainforest Hiking Expedition Moderate Min Age: 8 Max Age: 80
Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
May 24, 8:30 am
May 24, 10:30 am
May 24, 7:30 am
3 hrs 1019.15 SEK 917.23 SEK
KEF4 Hovercraft Eco-Adventure & Wildlife Quest Mild N/A May 24, 9:15 am 1 hr 15 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
KEE2 Rainforest Biking Adventure Strenuous Min Age: 8 May 24, 8:00 am 3 hrs 1393.15 SEK 1253.84 SEK
KE63 Aerial Zip and Rappel Course Strenuous Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Height: 50"
May 24, 10:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
KE60 Potlatch Totem Park and Historic City Highlights Mild N/A May 24, 8:00 am 2 hrs 30 mins 458.15 SEK 412.33 SEK
KE65 Halibut Hunt Mild Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 5
Max Age: 90
May 24, 7:30 am 5 hrs 4011.15 SEK 3610.04 SEK
KE61 Ketchikan Highlights and Lumberjack Show Mild N/A May 24, 7:45 am 4 hrs 15 mins 738.65 SEK 664.78 SEK
KE62 Misty Fjords and Wilderness Explorer Mild N/A May 24, 7:30 am 4 hrs 30 mins 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
KE72 Alaska Coastal Expedition Strenuous Min Weight: 30 pounds, Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min Age: 4
Max Age: 75
May 24, 9:00 am
May 24, 10:00 am
2 hrs 30 mins 1580.15 SEK 1422.14 SEK
KE73 Historic Ketchikan Trolley Mild N/A May 24, 7:30 am 1 hr 15 mins 271.15 SEK 244.04 SEK
KE09 Saxman Native Totem Village Mild N/A May 24, 8:00 am 2 hrs 30 mins 551.65 SEK 496.48 SEK
KE12 Rain Forest Island Adventure Moderate Min Weight: 40 pounds May 24, 9:30 am 4 hrs 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
KE06 Backcountry Jeep and Canoe Safari Moderate Min Age: 5
Min Weight: 40 pounds
May 24, 8:00 am 4 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
KE05 Tatoosh Islands Wilderness Kayak Adventure Moderate Min Age: 8
Max Height: 78"
Max Weight: 270 pounds
May 24, 9:00 am 4 hrs 30 mins 1673.65 SEK 1506.29 SEK
KE13 A Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show Mild N/A May 24, 7:45 am
May 24, 11:00 am
1 hr 15 mins 364.65 SEK 177.65 SEK
KE78 Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary and Crab Feast Moderate N/A May 24, 10:00 am 4 hrs 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
KE75 Adventure Kart Expedition Moderate Min Height: 50"
Min Weight: 40 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
May 24, 9:45 am 3 hrs 15 mins 2141.15 SEK 1927.04 SEK
KE83 Exclusive Alaskan Lodge Adventure and Seafeast Mild N/A May 24, 9:00 am 3 hrs 45 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
KE95 Alaska's First City Highlights and Lumberjack Show Mild N/A May 24, 7:45 am
May 24, 11:00 am
3 hrs 15 mins 551.65 SEK 496.48 SEK
KEA5 Ward Cove Wilderness Pedal Boat Strenuous Min Age: 2 May 24, 8:00 am 3 hrs 15 mins 1580.15 SEK 1422.14 SEK
KEA9 Ancient Totem Poles and Rainforest Canoe Ride Moderate N/A May 24, 8:00 am 4 hrs 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
KE20 Wilderness Dining and Alaska Fishing Moderate Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min Age: 5
Max 90
May 24, 7:30 am 5 hrs 3637.15 SEK 3273.44 SEK
KE18 Knudson Cove Salmon Fishing Moderate Min Age: 5 May 24, 7:30 am 4 hrs 30 mins 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK
KE26 Mountain Point Snorkeling Adventure Strenuous Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 260 pounds
Max Age: 70
May 24, 11:00 am 3 hrs 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
KE19 Wilderness Exploration and Crab Feast Moderate N/A May 24, 10:00 am 4 hrs 1393.15 SEK 1253.84 SEK
KE28 Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary, Eagles and Totems Moderate N/A May 24, 10:00 am 2 hrs 45 mins 738.65 SEK 664.78 SEK
KE21 A Misty Fjords Flightseeing Mild N/A May 24, 9:15 am
May 24, 11:00 am
May 24, 11:30 am
2 hrs 15 mins 2795.65 SEK 2516.09 SEK
KE29 Ketchikan DUCK Tour Mild N/A May 24, 9:30 am
May 24, 11:30 am
May 24, 12:00 pm
1 hr 30 mins 458.15 SEK 412.33 SEK
KE40 Custom Hummer Adventure Mild N/A May 24, 8:00 am 4 hrs 7169.58 SEK 6452.62 SEK
KE35 Rainforest Canopy and Zipline Expedition Strenuous Min Height: 60"
Min Weight: 90 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
May 24, 9:30 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
KE38 Exclusive Flightseeing and Crab Feast Mild N/A May 24, 10:30 am 3 hrs 2328.15 SEK 2095.34 SEK
KET8 Celebrity Discovery Collection: Wildlife Cruise and Seafood Sampling. Moderate N/A May 24, 8:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK

Icy Strait Point, Alaska - 25-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
IC17 Hoonah Sightseeing and Tribal Dance Combination Mild N/A May 25, 3:00 pm
May 25, 11:30 am
2 hrs 45 mins 792.41 SEK 371.66 SEK
IC19 ATV Expedition and ZipRider Strenuous Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
May 25, 11:30 am 3 hrs 30 mins 2421.65 SEK 2421.65 SEK
IC21 Wildlife in Spasski River Valley and Bear Search Moderate Min Age: 8 May 25, 11:30 am
May 25, 3:00 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 1112.65 SEK 1112.65 SEK
IC18 Scenic Mountain Ascent and World's Largest ZipRider Strenuous Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
May 25, 12:15 pm
May 25, 10:00 am
May 25, 10:45 am
1 hr 30 mins 1393.15 SEK 1393.15 SEK
IC23 Icy Strait Point Kayak Adventure Moderate Min Height: 58"
Max Height: 78"
Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 50 pounds
Max Weight: 250 pounds
May 25, 2:30 pm
May 25, 11:30 am
2 hrs 30 mins 1206.15 SEK 1206.15 SEK
IC63 Icy Strait Point Advanced Kayak Adventure Strenuous Min Age: 14
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 78"
May 25, 9:30 am 4 hrs 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK
IC64 Ocean Raft Adventure Strenuous Max Weight: 250 pounds May 25, 10:15 am
May 25, 1:45 pm
2 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
IC85 Hike & Kayak Adventure Strenuous Min Age: 14
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 78"
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
May 25, 10:30 am 5 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
IC93 Helicopter Flightseeing and Taste of Tlingit Cuisine Mild Min Age: 5 May 25, 11:00 am 1 hr 30 mins 4198.15 SEK 3778.34 SEK
IC78 Wildlife & Science Cruise Mild Min Age: 6 May 25, 12:00 pm 3 hrs 3076.15 SEK 2768.54 SEK
IC76 Whale Watching and Seafood Feast Mild N/A May 25, 11:15 am 3 hrs 30 mins 2234.65 SEK 2011.19 SEK
IC81 Tree Top Adventure Park & Zipline Course Strenuous Min Age: 7
Max Weight: 250 pounds
May 25, 9:30 am 2 hrs 30 mins 1393.15 SEK 1253.84 SEK
IC83 Adventure Park & World's Largest ZipRider Combo Strenuous Min Age: 7
Min Height: 52" Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
May 25, 10:45 am 4 hrs 2234.65 SEK 2011.19 SEK
IC89 Heli-Bike & Hike Adventure Strenuous Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 79"
May 25, 11:45 am 2 hrs 4759.15 SEK 4283.24 SEK
IC87 Glacier Bay Flightseeing Mild Min Age: 5 May 25, 11:30 am 2 hrs 4011.15 SEK 3610.04 SEK
IC24 Whales, Wildlife and Brown Bear Search Moderate Min Age: 8 May 25, 12:35 pm
May 25, 9:31 am
May 25, 9:35 am
5 hrs 30 mins 2328.15 SEK 1767.15 SEK
IC36 In Alaska's Wildest Kitchen Mild Min Age: 8 May 25, 3:00 pm
May 25, 12:30 pm
1 hr 30 mins 745.66 SEK 745.66 SEK
IC44 Discovering the Birds of Hoonah Moderate Min Age: 8 May 25, 1:00 pm 3 hrs 30 mins 1393.15 SEK 932.66 SEK
IC42 Whale Watching and ZipRider Combo Strenuous Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
May 25, 11:30 am
May 25, 12:15 pm
4 hrs 30 mins 2608.65 SEK 2608.65 SEK
IC51 Wilderness Hike Moderate Min Age: 7. May 25, 1:30 pm
May 25, 3:00 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 1019.15 SEK 925.65 SEK
IC52 Coastal Exploration by Zodiac Moderate Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 30 pounds Max Weight: 350 pounds
May 25, 10:30 am
May 25, 2:30 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1767.15 SEK
IC12 ATV Expedition Strenuous Min Age: 6 May 25, 1:00 pm 2 hrs 30 mins 1626.90 SEK 1626.90 SEK
IC01 A Whale and Marine Mammals Cruise Mild N/A May 25, 12:00 pm
May 25, 9:30 am
May 25, 3:00 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 1673.65 SEK 1019.15 SEK
IC15 Halibut Fishing Moderate Min Age: 6 May 25, 12:15 pm 3 hrs 30 mins 3263.15 SEK 3263.15 SEK

Juneau, Alaska - 26-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
JU54 Dog Sled Summer Camp Moderate N/A May 26, 1:50 pm 2 hrs 15 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
JU57 Alaska Sled Dogs and Musher's Camp Moderate N/A May 26, 10:30 am
May 26, 2:00 pm
May 26, 3:00 pm
2 hrs 15 mins 1580.15 SEK 1422.14 SEK
JUF8 Ultimate Dog Sled Experience by Helicopter Moderate Min Age: 2 of age May 26, 11:00 am 4 hrs 9153.65 SEK 8238.28 SEK
JUF7 Whale Watching Adventure & Salmon Bake Combo Mild N/A May 26, 1:00 pm 5 hrs 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
JUF6 Exclusive Alaskan Whale Discovery Mild N/A May 26, 9:45 am
May 26, 12:15 pm
3 hrs 45 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
JUH2 Alaska's Whales, Glaciers and Rainforests Moderate N/A May 26, 12:00 pm
May 26, 8:30 am
5 hrs 2141.15 SEK 1927.04 SEK
JUH7 Taku Glacier Helicopter and Airboat Adventure Moderate Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 7
May 26, 10:45 am 3 hrs 30 mins 6161.65 SEK 5545.48 SEK
JUK1 Brown Bear and Wildlife Search by Floatplane Moderate Min Age: 7 May 26, 9:00 am 5 hrs 4852.65 SEK 4367.39 SEK
JUK8 Last Frontier Food Tour Moderate Min Age: 12 May 26, 11:30 am 2 hrs 45 mins 1206.15 SEK 1085.53 SEK
JUJ9 Glacier Gardens and Alaska State Museum Moderate N/A May 26, 11:00 am
May 26, 1:30 pm
4 hrs 738.65 SEK 664.78 SEK
JUK4 Alaska State Museum and Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 26, 11:00 am
May 26, 1:30 pm
3 hrs 15 mins 832.15 SEK 738.65 SEK
JU67 Alpine Zipline & Glacier Adventure Strenuous Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
Min Height: 42"
Max Height: 84"
May 26, 8:00 am 5 hrs 15 mins 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
JU69 Dog Sledding Adventure on the Norris Glacier by Helicopter Moderate Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Min Age: 2
May 26, 1:30 pm
May 26, 11:00 am
3 hrs 6629.15 SEK 5966.23 SEK
JU23 Mendenhall Glacier Guide's Choice Trail Hike Strenuous N/A May 26, 8:00 am 4 hrs 30 mins 925.65 SEK 833.08 SEK
JU18 Whale Quest and Orca Point Lodge Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 26, 11:00 am 5 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
JU10 Extended Helicopter Glacier Trek Strenuous Min Age: 15
Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
May 26, 11:30 am 5 hrs 15 mins 5507.15 SEK 4956.43 SEK
JU07 Pilot's Choice Glacier Exploration by Helicopter Mild Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds May 26, 11:00 am 2 hrs 45 mins 5039.65 SEK 4535.69 SEK
JU27 Juneau Sportfishing Adventure Mild Min Age: 5 May 26, 8:00 am 5 hrs 2328.15 SEK 2095.34 SEK
JU12 Fly-Out Fly Fishing Moderate Min Age: 8 May 26, 10:00 am 5 hrs 30 mins 4946.15 SEK 4451.54 SEK
JU02 Bike & Brew Glacier View Strenuous Min Age: 10
Min Height: 56"
May 26, 8:30 am
May 26, 1:30 pm
4 hrs 1112.65 SEK 1001.38 SEK
JU26 Mount Roberts Tramway Mild N/A May 26, 7:30 am Leisure 327.25 SEK 168.30 SEK
JU16 Glacier View Sea Kayaking Strenuous Min Weight: 40 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds May 26, 11:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
JU01 Mendenhall Glacier and Salmon Hatchery Mild N/A May 26, 9:15 am
May 26, 1:00 pm
2 hrs 45 mins 551.65 SEK 496.48 SEK
JU04 Taku Lodge Feast & 5 Glacier Seaplane Mild N/A May 26, 11:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 3824.15 SEK 3441.74 SEK
JU22 Historic Gold Mining & Panning Adventure Mild N/A May 26, 7:30 am
May 26, 1:30 pm
1 hr 30 mins 645.15 SEK 580.63 SEK
JU14 Mendenhall Glacier River Rafting Moderate Min Weight: 50 pounds May 26, 12:00 pm
May 26, 3:30 pm
3 hrs 30 mins 1393.15 SEK 1253.84 SEK
JU05 5-Glacier Seaplane Exploration Mild N/A May 26, 12:00 pm
May 26, 2:00 pm
1 hr 15 mins 2421.65 SEK 2179.49 SEK
JU09 Helicopter Glacier Trek Strenuous Min Age: 12
Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
May 26, 9:00 am
May 26, 12:00 pm
4 hrs 15 mins 4478.65 SEK 4030.79 SEK
JU06 Mendenhall Glacier by Helicopter and Guided Walk Mild Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds May 26, 2:15 pm
May 26, 11:45 am
2 hrs 15 mins 3637.15 SEK 3273.44 SEK
JU25 Gold Creek Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 26, 6:30 pm
May 26, 11:30 am
May 26, 5:30 pm
May 26, 12:30 pm
1 hr 30 mins 551.65 SEK 496.48 SEK
JUA1 Taste of Juneau Mild N/A May 26, 10:30 am 4 hrs 832.15 SEK 748.93 SEK
JU99 Mendenhall Lake Canoe Moderate Min Weight: 40 pounds
Max Weight: 350 pounds
May 26, 1:30 pm 3 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
JUB1 Town, Tram, Trek and Tea Moderate N/A May 26, 9:30 am 2 hrs 30 mins 925.65 SEK 833.08 SEK
JUB2 Alpine Zipline Adventure Strenuous Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
Min Height: 42"
May 26, 8:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1580.15 SEK 1422.14 SEK
JUC2 Mendenhall Lake Kayak and Salmon Bake Strenuous Max Height: 75"
Min Weight: 40 pounds
May 26, 1:00 pm 5 hrs 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK
JUC7 Paddle with Whales Kayak Adventure Moderate Max Weight: 275 pounds
Min Age: 6
Max Height: 80"
May 26, 8:30 am 6 hrs 4759.15 SEK 4283.24 SEK
JUD2 Mendenhall Glacier Canoe Paddle and Trek Strenuous Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 12
Max Height: 80"
May 26, 7:30 am 6 hrs 30 mins 4104.65 SEK 3694.19 SEK
JU30 Alaska Culinary Experience and Evening Whale Quest Mild N/A May 26, 5:00 pm 3 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
JU33 Mendenhall Glacier and Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 26, 10:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 925.65 SEK 833.08 SEK
JU42 Whale Quest, Orca Point Lodge & Mendenhall Glacier Mild N/A May 26, 9:45 am 6 hrs 15 mins 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK
JU32 Historic Gold Panning & Gold Creek Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 26, 11:30 am
May 26, 9:30 am
3 hrs 832.15 SEK 748.93 SEK
JU28 Helicopter Glacier Walkabout Moderate Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
May 26, 10:30 am
May 26, 1:30 pm
3 hrs 15 mins 4478.65 SEK 4030.79 SEK
JU38 Mendenhall Glacier and Gardens Mild N/A May 26, 8:30 am
May 26, 1:00 pm
3 hrs 45 mins 738.65 SEK 664.78 SEK
JU40 Mendenhall Glacier, Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest Mild N/A May 26, 8:00 am
May 26, 12:45 pm
5 hrs 15 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
JU39 Whale Watching and Wildlife Quest Mild N/A May 26, 8:00 am
May 26, 12:45 pm
4 hrs 1486.65 SEK 1337.99 SEK
JU45 Whale Watching and Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari Mild N/A May 26, 12:00 pm
May 26, 8:30 am
5 hrs 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
JU43 Dog Sledding on the Mendenhall Glacier by Helicopter Moderate Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds May 26, 10:45 am
May 26, 8:45 am
2 hrs 45 mins 6348.65 SEK 5713.78 SEK

Skagway, Alaska - 27-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
SK49 White Pass Railway and Skagway Highlights Mild N/A May 27, 8:15 am
May 27, 11:45 am
4 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
SK53 Golden Glassblowing Experience Mild Min Age: 5 May 27, 11:30 am
May 27, 7:45 am
3 hrs 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
SK50 Glacier Discovery by Helicopter Moderate Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds May 27, 9:00 am
May 27, 12:45 pm
May 27, 10:30 am
2 hrs 3543.65 SEK 3189.29 SEK
SKD6 The Big Nugget Mild N/A May 27, 8:45 am 5 hrs 1206.15 SEK 1085.53 SEK
SKD5 Alaskan Native Experience & the Whale House Collection Mild N/A May 27, 9:30 am 6 hrs 30 mins 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
SKD7 Best of Skagway Mild N/A May 27, 7:30 am 6 hrs 30 mins 2515.15 SEK 2263.64 SEK
SKCM Musher's Camp and Gem Mining Mild N/A May 27, 7:40 am
May 27, 10:40 am
2 hrs 45 mins 1206.15 SEK 1085.53 SEK
SKE1 Glacier Point ATV Adventure Strenuous Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 58"
May 27, 7:30 am 6 hrs 3637.15 SEK 3273.44 SEK
SKE6 Klondike Rock Climbing Adventure Strenuous Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
May 27, 7:30 am
May 27, 11:15 am
3 hrs 15 mins 1393.15 SEK 1253.84 SEK
SKD9 Gold Panning, Sled Dogs & Exclusive Scenic Railway Mild N/A May 27, 7:45 am
May 27, 8:45 am
6 hrs 45 mins 2141.15 SEK 1927.04 SEK
SKE7 Chilkoot Trail Hiking and Rafting Strenuous Min Age: 7
Min Weight: 350 pounds Max Weight: 350 pounds
May 27, 7:30 am
May 27, 10:30 am
4 hrs 15 mins 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
SKE9 Celebrity Discovery Collection: Klondike Journey and Alaskan High Tea Mild N/A May 27, 8:15 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1112.65 SEK 1001.38 SEK
SKF6 Klondike Summit, Gold Panning and Prospector's Lunch Moderate N/A May 27, 8:15 am 4 hrs 1019.15 SEK 917.23 SEK
SKF8 White Pass Railroad & Yukon Suspension Bridge Mild N/A May 27, 7:50 am 4 hrs 30 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
SK59 Adventure Park and Zip Lines Strenuous Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 50, Max Weight: 300 pounds
May 27, 10:45 am
May 27, 8:00 am
3 hrs 15 mins 1019.15 SEK 917.23 SEK
SK76 Yukon Adventure & White Pass Scenic Railway Mild N/A May 27, 7:30 am 7 hrs 1954.15 SEK 1758.74 SEK
SK85 Goldrush Sled Dogs & White Pass Train Adventure Mild N/A May 27, 7:40 am 5 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
SK88 White Pass Railroad & Klondike Highway Combination - Foreign Languages Mild N/A May 27, 7:40 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1486.65 SEK 1337.99 SEK
SK92 Gold Panning, Sled Dogs and 40 Below Mild N/A May 27, 8:45 am 3 hrs 832.15 SEK 748.93 SEK
SK84 Ocean Raft Wildlife Adventure Moderate Min Age: 10
Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min height is 48".
May 27, 10:15 am 2 hrs 1486.65 SEK 1337.99 SEK
SK91 Adventure Hike Skagway Strenuous Min Age: 8 May 27, 12:00 pm
May 27, 8:00 am
2 hrs 45 mins 738.65 SEK 664.78 SEK
SKA1 Klondike Summit and Gold Rush Sled Dogs Mild N/A May 27, 11:40 am 3 hrs 645.15 SEK 580.63 SEK
SKA3 White Pass Railway & Klondike Highway Journey Mild N/A May 27, 12:15 pm 3 hrs 15 mins 1673.65 SEK 1506.29 SEK
SKA6 White Pass Legacy Club Luxury Railway Experience Mild Min Age: 16 May 27, 8:00 am 2 hrs 45 mins 3752.62 SEK 3377.31 SEK
SKA8 Exclusive Grizzly Falls Ziplining and Marshmallow Roasting Strenuous Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 50 pounds, Max Weight: 265 pounds
May 27, 10:30 am
May 27, 8:00 am
4 hrs 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
SK13 Eagle Preserve Wildlife Float Adventure Moderate Min Age: 7
Min Weight: 50 pounds
Max Weight: 350 pounds
May 27, 7:30 am 6 hrs 15 mins 2047.65 SEK 1842.89 SEK
SK05 Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp & Salmon Bake Mild N/A May 27, 12:00 pm 2 hrs 645.15 SEK 580.63 SEK
SK02 Horseback Riding Adventure Strenuous Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Height: 58"
May 27, 8:00 am 3 hrs 30 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
SK20 Klondike Bicycle Tour Strenuous Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 13
Min Height: 54"
May 27, 8:30 am 2 hrs 30 mins 1112.65 SEK 1001.38 SEK
SK06 Ghost and Goodtime Girls Walking Tour Mild Min Age: 14 May 27, 9:00 am
May 27, 12:30 pm
2 hrs 458.15 SEK 412.33 SEK
SK01 White Pass Scenic Railway Mild N/A May 27, 8:00 am
May 27, 12:00 pm
2 hrs 45 mins 1299.65 SEK 1169.68 SEK
SK14 Skagway Street Car City Tour Mild N/A May 27, 8:30 am
May 27, 10:30 am
May 27, 1:15 pm
1 hr 30 mins 458.15 SEK 412.33 SEK
SK17 To The Summit! Mild N/A May 27, 1:15 pm
May 27, 10:30 am
May 27, 8:30 am
1 hr 30 mins 364.65 SEK 328.18 SEK
SK10 Dog Sledding and Glacier Flightseeing by Helicopter Moderate Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds May 27, 12:45 pm
May 27, 8:45 am
2 hrs 5787.65 SEK 5208.88 SEK
SK21 Haines Wilderness Odyssey by Jet Boat Moderate N/A May 27, 7:30 am 6 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1486.65 SEK
SK35 Sawtooth Mountain Nature Hike Strenuous Min Age: 9 May 27, 7:30 am 4 hrs 45 mins 1580.15 SEK 1422.14 SEK
SK22 Glacier Point Wilderness Safari Moderate Min Age: 7
Min Weight: 50 pounds, Max Weight: 350 pounds
May 27, 7:30 am 6 hrs 2515.15 SEK 2263.64 SEK
SK38 White Pass Train and Klondike Bike Tour Strenuous Min Height: 54"
Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 13
May 27, 7:40 am 4 hrs 30 mins 2234.65 SEK 2011.19 SEK
SK36 Dog Sled & Musher's Camp Experience Moderate N/A May 27, 7:30 am
May 27, 10:30 am
May 27, 12:00 pm
3 hrs 15 mins 1486.65 SEK 1337.99 SEK
SK44 Alpine Lake Kayak and White Pass Railway Adventure Moderate Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 39"
Max Height: 76"
Min Age: 9
Max Age: 90
May 27, 7:30 am 5 hrs 30 mins 2515.15 SEK 2263.64 SEK
SK43 Klondike Summit & Historic City Tour Mild N/A May 27, 8:15 am
May 27, 1:00 pm
2 hrs 30 mins 458.15 SEK 412.33 SEK

Hubbard Glacier (Cruising) - 28-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
HG02 Hubbard Glacier Wilderness Exploration Mild N/A May 28, 7:15 am 2 hrs 30 mins 2702.15 SEK 2431.94 SEK

Seward, Alaska - 29-May-2020

Tour Code Tour Title Difficulty Level Restrictions Depart Duration Adult Price Child Price
SW18 Kenai Fjords and Glacier Cruise with Lunch and Airport Drop-off Mild N/A May 29, 9:00 am 13 hrs 2795.65 SEK 2516.09 SEK
SW10 Kenai Fjords Cruise with Lunch and Airport Drop-Off Mild N/A May 29, 10:00 am 11 hrs 30 mins 1767.15 SEK 1590.44 SEK
SW11 Kenai Fjords Cruise Mild N/A May 29, 10:00 am 7 hrs 30 mins 1206.15 SEK 1085.53 SEK
SW13 Kenai Fjords Cruise and Sealife Center Mild N/A May 29, 9:00 am 8 hrs 30 mins 1206.15 SEK 1085.53 SEK
SW12 Kenai Fjords Cruise with Lunch, Sealife Center and Airport Drop Off Mild N/A May 29, 9:00 am 12 hrs 30 mins 1860.65 SEK 1674.59 SEK
*Prices are subject to change and may vary by sailing. Excursions must be purchased in the same currency as your cruise reservation. Exchange rates are determined by a competitive pricing program and may be subject to change without notice.
Inside AccessBehind-the-Scenes Ship Tour

Inside Access Behind-the-Scenes Ship Tour

Inside Passage (Cruising)
May 23, 2020

Code: XI02
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 917.23 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 23, 10:30 am, May 23, 10:00 am
Discover the answers to a question we get asked on every voyage, "How does a ship so big run so smoothly?" Find out on a behind-the-scenes tour that reveals the technology, teamwork, and tons of supplies that go into creating your Celebrity Cruise. Start in the Main Dining Room with a little hands-on lesson from the staff, and then, visit the Main Galley to see how our culinary team artfully prepares about 25,000 meals for our guests and crew each and every day. It's an impressive achievement, especially when you think about all the exotic flavors you get to enjoy in Modern Luxury style aboard your Celebrity Cruise ship. Next up, pop into provisioning for a jaw-dropping look at the sheer volume of ingredients it takes to make it all happen. Here's a little preview. We go through roughly 8,500 lbs of watermelon on every cruise. Not to mention, 10,000 bananas and 32,000 potatoes (give or take a few). Continue to the Engine Control Room, where expert engineers monitor the ship's engines and onboard machinery - 24/7. You'll learn how the engines do more than turn the giant props. They power all our onboard systems, including air-conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing and many others. This is the heart and soul of the cruise ship and you'll enjoy a rare up-close look at how it operates. Afterwards, go for stroll down I-95, the "main highway" for the crew. It runs down the center of the ship and is named after the longest highway on the U.S. East Coast. Your next stop is Laundry, where thousands of items are cleaned and crisply folded every day– napkins to linens to beach towels. Marvel at massive machines that can hold 264 lbs. of laundry in every load. To put that in perspective, it's like doing 14 loads of laundry in your machine at home all at once. The tour concludes with a real treat – a visit to the Bridge, where all the ship's onboard systems are controlled. Step up and witness advanced navigation and communications equipment in action, and scan the sea from the same vantage point your Captain uses to chart the way. If you've ever wondered what it takes to run a cruise ship, this inside access tour provides plenty of answers, great insight, and a whole lot of excitement. For Celebrity Edge, some segments of this tour may vary. The onboard Environmental officer will give a brief lecture on what the provision area is and the detailed workings of our incinerator and our save the waves policy.
Highlights:
  • Join a crewmember for a rare inside-access look at the inner workings of your Celebrity Cruise Ship.
  • Visit the Bridge, Engine Control Room, and Laundry for a first-hand look at how the ship's critical areas operate.
  • Stroll down the I-95 corridor in the crew's quarters, named after the longest highway on the U.S. East Coast.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass Card and photo identification
  • Camera
What to Wear:
  • Close-toed, flat shoes with non-slip soles
  • Comfortable clothing with long pants
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk and stand for extended periods and climb numerous steps.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests must wear personal protective gear (PEP) if and when provided.
  • Photos and video may be restricted in certain areas of the ship.
  • Children must be six (6) years or older to participate in this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting this tour.
  • Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • Guests with back, neck, knee or ankle issues should consult with their physician before participating in this tour.
  • Guests with heart issues, poor physical fitness, and other health concerns should not select this tour.
Bering Sea Crab Fishermen'sTour

Bering Sea Crab Fishermen's Tour

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE50
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:45 am
Set out to sea aboard the Aleutian Ballad, a Bering Sea crab boat, for an adventure that’s so carefree even landlubbers can do it. This actual boat was featured on season two of the Discovery Channel series, Deadliest Catch, and it’s seen some serious rolling seas and massive rogue waves. Fortunately, that won’t happen today. Instead, you’ll cruise calm waters as the fishing crew demonstrates the art of crabbing and long line fishing. Watch as massive crab pots are hauled on deck. Plus, check out the unique octopus pots, and keep your eyes peeled as long lines are pulled from the deep to see what might be on the other end. During the voyage, you’re also likely to spot wildlife, including majestic Bald Eagles, so keep those cameras ready. This award-winning excursion gives you a fun, safe and easy taste of the hard-earned life on the Bering Sea.
Highlights:
  • Discover amazing wildlife, including eagles, crabs, and octopus.
  • Enjoy stadium-style seating on your quest across the Inside Passage.
  • Learn about commercial fishing and the fishermen's unique adventures.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • Hat/sunglasses
  • Shoes with non-slip soles
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Warm clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 5 years old.
  • This tour does not go out into the rough waters of the open ocean.
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • Guests using motorized wheelchairs, manual wheelchairs, small scooters, walkers and/or canes can all be accommodated. The main deck area is all one level and there is an accessible restroom on board.
Coastal Wildlife Cruise

Coastal Wildlife Cruise

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE59
Prices: Adult 2028.86 / Child 1823.16 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Max Weight: 320 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
See a variety of wildlife up close from onboard a unique, high speed boat specially designed for viewing wildlife. Although bear viewing is the primary objective, you’ll see a variety of other wildlife. In early summer, bears come out of the forest to forage while whales, seals, porpoise, and eagles follow schools of Herring and Needlefish. Later in the season, bears gather near creek mouths waiting for fish to move upstream.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a high-speed boat ride in search of Black bears, eagles, seals, sea lions, porpoise, orca and Humpback whales.
  • Watch as bears gather near the creek mouths waiting for fish to move upstream, depending on the season.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Wildlife sightings not guaranteed; excursion available on select sailings.
  • Participants at least 5 years old and not more than 320 pounds.
  • Late July-September departures may include a bus/van transfer.
Wildlife Safari and BeachBonfire

Wildlife Safari and Beach Bonfire

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEC8
Prices: Adult 2421.65 / Child 2179.49 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 10:30 am
Search for Alaska’s wildlife aboard our deluxe expedition vessel, followed by a visit to a remote beach where you’ll enjoy the warm hospitality of Native camp hosts. Meet your knowledgeable captain who will use his understanding of tides, weather, and seasonal variations to design a one-of-a-kind wildlife-viewing expedition. Keep on the lookout for humpback whales, orcas, Dall’s porpoise, harbor seals, bears, and eagles. Learn about the life-cycles and behaviors of these animals from your onboard naturalist. Then, journey to the remote Annette Island where you’ll meet your Tsimshian Alaska Native hosts. Explore the old growth rainforest and learn traditional harvesting techniques in the intertidal zone. After the fire has been lit (“La Gwelga Lak”) you’ll savor reindeer sausage, kettle chips, salmonberry jam, and other local delights beside the mesmerizing campfire. Roast marshmallows for s’mores with locally-crafted chocolate. Then, sip a warming cup of hot chocolate on your return scenic cruise.
Highlights:
  • Cruise Alaska’s rugged coastline and wilderness passages in search of whales, seals, bears, porpoises, and eagles on an expedition vessel.
  • Journey to the remote Annette Island where you’ll meet your Tsimshian Alaska Native camp hosts.
  • Learn intertidal harvesting techniques, while exploring a pristine Alaskan beach.
  • Savor delicious Alaskan flavors and dishes beside a crackling bonfire.
  • Enjoy unparalleled access to Alaska’s remote wilderness, while enjoying local culture and flavors on this intimate, boutique experience.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests must be at least 5 years old to participate.
  • Guests must be able to disembark onto the beach via a 5-rung ladder.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Tour operates in all weather conditions.
  • Wildlife sightings are frequent, but not guaranteed.
  • Guests will have the opportunity to purchase local goods including smoked salmon, devil’s club tea, pickled bull kelp, and salmon jerky.
Lighthouse, Totems andEagles

Lighthouse, Totems and Eagles

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEC9
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 917.23 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 10:45 am, May 24, 10:00 am
Journey into the Alaskan wilderness on a wildlife-viewing cruise with guaranteed American bald eagle sightings. See eagles and eagle nests on this one-of-a-kind wildlife cruise. Your adventure begins with a scenic drive through the heart of Ketchikan. Then, board our cruise, sip a warm hot chocolate supreme, and keep on the lookout for Alaska’s incredible wildlife. You’ll view Tongass National Park, Vallenar Rocks Wildlife Viewing Area with its eagle nesting sites, and the historic Guard Island Lighthouse. Learn about Alaska’s interconnected ecosystems and the animals that call this region home. Uncover the area’s rich logging and canning history as you pass Loggerville and Ward Cove Cannery. Keep on the lookout for harbor seals, moon jellyfish, Guillemots, deer, blue heron, whales, seals, and other wildlife.
Highlights:
  • Take a scenic drive through the heart of Ketchikan.
  • Embark on an award-winning wildlife-viewing cruise where you’ll enjoy guaranteed sightings of American bald eagles.
  • Sip a warm hot chocolate supreme and savor wild Alaska salmon spread, cheese, crackers, and fresh fruit on the cruise.
  • See Tongass National Forest, Vallenar Rocks Wildlife Viewing Area, and the historic Guard Island Lighthouse.
  • Marvel at Ketchikan’s largest totem pole at Totem Bight State Park.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind / water resistant jacket
  • Gloves
Important Notes:
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests must be able to negotiate three steps to board the bus and to board the vessel. Courtesy wheelchair service is provided and tour operator can assist passengers who are physically challenged.
  • Each vessel has two lavatories.
  • The vessel’s crew of three includes the captain (tour director), and two guides (deck hands).
  • Guides can take photos in front of the Totem Bight Park and the Guard Island Lighthouse.
  • On a few days each season, stormy weather may prevent the vessel from safely getting to the lighthouse. On those days, the tour will spend more time viewing eagles in more protected areas.
Rainforest Canoe and NatureTrail

Rainforest Canoe and Nature Trail

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KED1
Prices: Adult 925.65 / Child 833.08 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 40 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Today's adventure begins with a scenic drive to a secluded mountain lake, where a 37-foot Native American-style canoe — fast, stable and easy to maneuver — awaits. As you paddle under the direction of an experienced guide, scan the shore for wildlife and learn about the natural and native history of the area. The lake is surrounded by the pristine Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the United States and the world's largest temperate rainforest. It's the ideal place to paddle a canoe and let the stillness of nature envelope you. Step ashore at a remote base camp and enjoy an Alaska-style snack of smoked salmon, clam chowder, rolls and wild-berry jam before following your knowledgeable guide on a short nature walk. The guide will point out the unusual flora and fauna of the old-growth forest, including a carnivorous plant, the sundew, that uses tentacles with adhesive “dew” to capture small insects. Don't miss this rare opportunity to comfortably explore Southeast Alaska the same way it was discovered by its original explorers, in harmony with nature and in tune with the haunting beauty of wild Alaska.
Highlights:
  • Fall under the spell of the peace, stillness and unparalleled splendor of Tongass National Forest as you paddle across a serene lake and walk among the towering trees.
  • Paddle a native canoe to experience these surroundings as pioneers did.
  • Learn about the plants and animals that inhibit this old-growth forest.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Gloves
Important Notes:
  • Restroom facilities are limited. Life jacket and rain gear are provided.
  • This tour is not appropriate for pregnant guests or those with limited mobility.
  • Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Teenagers 13-17 must have a signed parental consent form to participate in the absence of a parent or guardian.
Celebrity DiscoveryCollection: Totem Discoveryand Crab Feast

Celebrity Discovery Collection: Totem Discovery and Crab Feast

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KED5
Prices: Adult 1673.65 / Child 1506.29 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 10:30 am
Alaska the bountiful: Rich with culture, history, and wildlife. Your tour begins with a short ride to the Totem Heritage Center. Here, you'll gaze masterful artwork from the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people dating back to the 19th Century. Next, you'll visit the Saxman Native Village, home to the world's largest collection of standing totem poles. Through storytelling, you'll gain insight into the local Native culture and the totem poles centered at this working village. After this enlightening jaunt, you'll board your coach for a scenic ride to George Inlet Lodge. Here is where you'll delight in an all-you-can-eat Dungeness crab feast while taking in the breathtaking views overlooking Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the United States.
Highlights:
  • Gaze masterful artwork from the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people.
  • Gain insight into the local Native culture and the totem poles at Saxman Native Village.
  • Enjoy an all-you-can-eat Dungeness crab feast.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash (local currency)/credit cards
  • Camera
What to Wear:
  • Light jacket
  • Comfortable walking shoes
Important Notes:
  • There are several steps at George Inlet Lodge. However, the onsite van will take guests with mobility challenges up and down.
Ketchikan Trolley andLumberjack Show

Ketchikan Trolley and Lumberjack Show

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KED4
Prices: Adult 832.15 / Child 748.93 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 11:00 am, May 24, 07:45 am
This exciting guided tour combines downtown Ketchikan sightseeing, the Saxman Native Village, and the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show. Start your adventure with a guided trolley tour through historic Creek Street on your way to Saxman Native Village, where you'll learn about Tlingit Native culture and legends, including the stories behind their captivating totem poles. Get up close to many of these massive, hand-carved works of art at the village and learn how they are made. Then, experience a true Alaska adventure at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show, an action-packed lumberjack competition spanning 12 events where the wood stands no chance against the skill and speed of these athletic ax-masters. Watch these woodsmen compete in log rolling, ax-throwing and more.
Highlights:
  • The Great Alaska Lumberjack Show: Sit back and enjoy an exciting, high-energy display of lumberjack skills that will amaze you.
  • Hop on the Trolley Tour and be treated to a relaxing, fun-filled trip that highlights Ketchikan's historical and cultural legacy.
  • Photograph stately totem poles and browse through a local gift shop for that perfect souvenir at the Saxman Native Village.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards for shopping
What to Wear:
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • Light rain jacket
Important Notes:
  • There may be a short wait prior to the lumberjack show start.
  • There are times when this tour may run in reverse order.
Tongass Rainforest HikingExpedition

Tongass Rainforest Hiking Expedition

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KET5
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 917.23 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8 Max Age: 80
Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 08:30 am, May 24, 10:30 am, May 24, 07:30 am
Take a walk on the wild side — literally — in Tongass National Forest, and marvel at the ferocious beauty of the Alaskan wilderness. At 500 square miles (the size of West Virginia), ‘the Tongass' is the world's largest temperate rain forest, home to majestic mountains, verdant old-growth forest, fjords, bays, islands and streams. Unspoiled natural surroundings are center stage in this tour. Your small group is met on the dock by a seasoned guide (who will accompany you throughout) for the short drive to the trailhead. Step into the ancient forest, fill your lungs with clean, cool air and allow peace and solitude to envelope you. During the three-mile walk, there will be pauses for photos and wildlife sightings. And sightings are likely, because many varieties of wildlife make the Tongass home, including black and brown bears, wolves, deer, mountain goats and moose. Bald eagles wheel in the sky overhead, and the waters teem with marine life, including all five species of Pacific salmon. Listen and watch as your experienced guide shares secrets of the forest and leads you to the best viewing spots. During the salmon-spawning season (May through October) you may see enormous bears scoop fish from rushing streams. The very essence of the Tongass is its towering tree canopy, dominated by evergreens, red and yellow cedar, hemlock, and spruce. Here, nearly every intersection is an animal crossing. Birdsong is the lingua franca. Come to this primal place to regain your sense of awe and childlike wonder.
Highlights:
  • Behold the splendor and magnificence of America's largest national forest, more than 17 million acres of exquisite terrain.
  • Witness nature's creatures — eagles on the wing, spawning salmon, colossal moose — in their own habitat.
  • Drink in the forest's sweet clean air and allow its ancient stillness to refresh your body and soul.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Dress for inclement weather; layers are recommended
  • Comfortable footwear; boots are not necessary
Important Notes:
  • This is not a tour for people with mobility issues. Guests must be able to walk and stand for two hours.
  • Guests will walk approximately 3.5 miles total with occasional stops.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level/medical history for this tour. Guests with pre-existing bodily injuries, such as neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, or cardiac conditions should take caution. Guests with any heart or respiratory conditions, or other medical conditions should take particular caution.
  • Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
Hovercraft Eco-Adventure &Wildlife Quest

Hovercraft Eco-Adventure & Wildlife Quest

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEF4
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:15 am
Your exclusive tour will start immediately at the cruise ship dock, where you’ll board a Blackbird hovercraft and enjoy a narrated tour as you fly 20 inches over the water with a local beach as your destination. As you zip above the waves, your tour guide will describe the operations of this "air cushioned" vehicle and what makes a hovercraft eco-friendly. The pilot will take you over gentle waves and along the jagged shoreline before gently landing the craft on the beach. Flying onto the shoreline will be the ultimate display of what makes a hovercraft such a unique vessel. Once ashore, you and your small group (maximum 12 guests) will have the opportunity to step out onto the remote beach and walk around the beautiful shoreline, gazing at the breathtaking scenery and perhaps snapping a few photos. From there, embark on a marine wildlife viewing expedition as you look for whales, harbor seals, eagles, and other creatures that inhabit this primitive and pristine place.
Highlights:
  • Skip along just 20 inches over the surface of the water on one of only two hovercrafts of this model in the U.S.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for whales, harbor seals, and other marine and mammal wildlife that thrive in this remote area.
  • Breathe in the crisp, clean Alaskan air and gaze at the rugged scenery that inspired Alaska’s title as The Last Frontier.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not suitable for wheelchair or motorized scooter users.
  • On this tour, guests may encounter steps to enter and exit the hovercraft.
  • All children, regardless of age, are required to be counted as passengers on the boat as per federal regulations. Guests younger than 2 years old must be pre-registered to ensure passenger count doesn't exceed vessel capacity.
Rainforest Biking Adventure

Rainforest Biking Adventure

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEE2
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1253.84 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Join an experienced Alaskan trail guide for a mountain bike ride through the unspoiled beauty of Ketchikan's coastal rainforest (bikes, raingear, and helmets provided). Follow a historic trail weaves through the Tongass National Forest under the cover of towering, old growth spruce and hemlock. The 3-mile trail includes a series of optional activities for riders of all abilities and skill levels. Next, gather by a warm campfire at a rustic creekside camp and dig into a repast of hot clam chowder, smoked salmon, and rolls with wild berry jam, complemented by hot coffee, hot chocolate, cold lemonade or water. Stretch your legs on a guided nature walk and discover the wild beauty of southeastern Alaska. Your guide will point out the flora and fauna of the rainforest, including a carnivorous plant aptly named the sundew, which uses tentacles with an adhesive dew to ensnare small insects. Your excursion concludes with a scenic, narrated coach drive back to the pier.
Highlights:
  • Bike through an old-growth forest in the Tongass National Park, America's largest national park.
  • Walk with your guide through the coastal forest and see interesting nature specimens.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
Important Notes:
  • On this tour, guests may encounter extensive biking and walking over varied natural terrain including dirt trails, exposed tree roots, and rocks.
Aerial Zip and Rappel Course

Aerial Zip and Rappel Course

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE63
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Height: 50"
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 10:00 am
Journey to Canopy Chalet in scenic Bear Creek for a thrilling, award-winning, zip line adventure. This zip line flight is perfect for experienced and first-time zippers. The area is known for its incredible wildlife viewing opportunities. Gear up and meet our experienced guides for a thorough safety briefing. Then, you’ll fly across 8 adrenaline-packed zip lines, crossing 5,600 feet, and soaring at heights up to 100 feet over the forest floor. Marvel at panoramic views of Bear Creek. Admire a forest waterfall. From viewing platforms, you’ll see the ocean, lush forests, and magnificent mountain vistas. Challenge yourself to a unique descent from platform to platform, followed by an exhilarating rappel to the ground. Then, warm yourself in the General Store over a hot chocolate, tea, or coffee. Savor smoked salmon dip and crackers, and view your action photo.
Highlights:
  • Fulfill your sense of adventure with eight zip lines and rappelling.
  • Rappel across a series of platforms, taking in magnificent views of the natural landscape surrounding you.
  • Board a Mercedes Unimog for a forest hillside descent and presentation with a special award in recognition of your achievement.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous". Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Participants at least 50 inches tall, between 70 to 250 pounds.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
Potlatch Totem Park andHistoric City Highlights

Potlatch Totem Park and Historic City Highlights

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE60
Prices: Adult 458.15 / Child 412.33 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Immerse yourself in Ketchikan’s native arts, visiting a modern interpretation of a native village, while seeing the work of some of the area’s most gifted totem carvers. Begin your adventure with a tour of Potlatch Totem Park, a modern interpretation of a native village located on the breathtaking Tongass Narrows. You’ll learn about the area’s rich history and local native culture. Admire the beauty of Ketchikan’s coastal community and see local carvings. Discover the incredible work of Brita Alander, one of the world’s most gifted female carvers. Discover iconic landmarks including Dolly’s House and the historic red light district.
Highlights:
  • Journey to the shores of the Tongass Narrows where you’ll visit a modern interpretation of a native village.
  • Learn local legends and discover the work of some of the world’s most gifted carvers at Potlatch Totem Park.
  • Visit Ketchikan’s beautiful waterfront and explore the city’s historic downtown area.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • Much of the carving at Potlatch Totem Park was completed by Brita Alander, one of the world's most gifted female carvers.
Halibut Hunt

Halibut Hunt

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE65
Prices: Adult 4011.15 / Child 3610.04 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Age: 5
Max Age: 90
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
No matter the skill level, learn to fish like a local with a Shakespeare rod and Penn 320 reel in your own two hands. Although the 15 - 30 pound "chicken" halibut are considered the most delectable, halibut over 100 pounds are also caught here. Choose to custom-process your catch and have it delivered to your home for an additional charge. You will receive approximately 4.5 hours of fishing during this excursion.
Highlights:
  • Board a Raider Pro Fisherman and experience an anglers dream come true - fishing for Pacific halibut in Alaska.
  • Pursue the elusive halibut with an experienced guide while learning the secrets of working the tides.
  • Deliver your halibut and a purchase of local Alaskan seafood shipment to your home for an additional charge.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • Fishing vessel does not have a restroom.
  • We regret that fish cannot be stored onboard your ship.
  • No guarantees are made with respect to catching any fish.
  • Participants between 5 and 90 years old, not more than 300 pounds.
  • This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • A valid one-day, $25.00 fishing license is required when 16 years and over
  • Due to the limited time spent in port, the tour duration may be 5 hours depending on ships arrival/departure time.
Ketchikan Highlights andLumberjack Show

Ketchikan Highlights and Lumberjack Show

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE61
Prices: Adult 738.65 / Child 664.78 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:45 am
Experience the rich native history of Ketchikan and enjoy a taste of the enduring spirit that pioneered this Alaska’s first wilderness city. Your fun-filled day begins in hardy fashion at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Enjoy a taste of pioneer days as you watch logging history come to life in the form of competitions, exhibitions and awesome displays of rugged skill. From here, you’ll head to the spectacular Potlach Totem Park, where Ketchikan’s native culture is celebrated in grand fashion. Enjoy a guided tour through this fascinating collection of totem poles and witness the tradition tools used to create these timeless reflections of Native Alaska. Afterwards, relax on a narrated drive that winds along the Ketchikan waterfront, winds through the once-sordid Red Light District and showcases the salmon canneries along the North Tongass Highway. Discover Ketchikan on a tour that reveals the heart and soul of Alaska’s first city.
Highlights:
  • Witness the Great Alaskan Lumberjack show for a glimpse of hard working pioneer days.
  • Enjoy a narrated drive along Ketchikan’s waterfront and through the former Red Light District.
  • Visit the Potlatch Totem Park and for a colorful look at Alaska’s artful native culture.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • May be a short wait prior to the lumberjack show start.
  • There are times when this tour may run in reverse order.
Misty Fjords and WildernessExplorer

Misty Fjords and Wilderness Explorer

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE62
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
Experience the wilds of Misty Fjord(s) on a cruise that’s both awe inspiring and eye-opening. Go exploring aboard one of the fastest and most luxurious sightseeing vessels in Alaska. Cruise past the float planes and fishing boats of Ketchikan Harbor and throttle up for a fun-filled run along the rugged coastline bordering Revillagigedo Channel. Enter Behm Canal and enjoy complimentary snacks as you glide past the pristine beauty of Misty Fjords, a land the great naturalist and environmental philosopher, John Muir, once coined, “the Yosemite of the North.” Along the way, stop to view a Bald Eagle nest and a Tlingit pictograph. Witness Eddystone Rock, a volcanic wonder rising from the sea and delight in a leisurely cruise through Rudyerd Bay, an ice carved masterpiece. Journey beneath 3000-foot-high cliffs, sculpted by glacier movement, as your expert guide talks about the history, geology and wildlife of this breathtaking landscape.
Highlights:
  • Explore the mysterious Rudyerd Bay, surrounded by 3,000-ft high granite cliffs.
  • Glide beneath miles of icy mountain tops and spectacular evergreen forest canopies.
  • View wildlife and learn about the natural history of the area.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Warm, rainproof jacket recommended on observation deck.
  • Wildlife sightings are frequent, but not guaranteed.
  • Tour operates in all weather conditions.
Alaska Coastal Expedition

Alaska Coastal Expedition

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE72
Prices: Adult 1580.15 / Child 1422.14 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 30 pounds, Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min Age: 4
Max Age: 75
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:00 am, May 24, 10:00 am
After gearing up in top of the line rain gear, step into your inflatable boat for an exhilarating, extraordinary trip and even have the chance to drive. Your guide will interpret the historical, cultural and ecological adventure while heading out to Nichols Passage, exploring the coastline around Blank Inlet and Blank Island. Finish your adventure by visiting Saxman Native Village, Ketchikans historic red light district, Creek Street, and historic Thomas Basin Harbor.
Highlights:
  • Board and take the opportunity to drive an inflatable boat while your guide follows in another boat.
  • Search for bears, seals, whales and spawning salmon, or perhaps admire totem poles at Saxman Native Village.
  • Explore the wild coastline of Southeast Alaska up close and personal in small rubber boats.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • i‚·Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous". Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • The route is determined by current wind, tide and weather conditions.
  • Participants must be between 4 and 75 years, between 30 and 350 pounds.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Drivers must be at least 26 and present proof of age.
Historic Ketchikan Trolley

Historic Ketchikan Trolley

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE73
Prices: Adult 271.15 / Child 244.04 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
After boarding, your guide will entertain you with stories about Ketchikan - the Salmon capital of the world - as you travel down its narrow downtown streets. You’ll go past City Park, Ketchikan Creek and the infamous Married Man's Trail on your way to Saxman Native Village. On the return, your guide will stop at Creek Street and allow you to disembark and enjoy the area on your own, before walking back to the ship.
Highlights:
  • Step aboard a historic trolley and enjoy the colorful sights of Alaska's first city.
  • Visit Saxman Native Village, where you'll have time to photograph the stately totems and browse the local gift shop.
  • Stop at Creek street - once the red light district for Ketchikan - get off and enjoy on your own.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Saxman Native Totem Village

Saxman Native Totem Village

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE09
Prices: Adult 551.65 / Child 496.48 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Begin experiencing the living culture of modern day southeast Alaskan natives by viewing the world’s largest collection of authentic totem poles. Then, experience a traditional welcoming ceremony as well as tribal dances and stories from local villagers. Listen as your tour hosts share their history, art and ancestors way of life, and help unravel the mysteries that lie beneath the towering, majestic totem poles that stand as sentries over the present generation.
Highlights:
  • View the world's largest collection of authentic totem poles at Saxman Totem Park while learning their history.
  • Receive an elaborate, time-honored welcome of years gone by from Tlingit villagers at Saxman Native Village.
  • Watch young performers demonstrate dances and tell tribal stories during your exclusive visit to the Beaver Clan House.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • The village reflects the lifestyle of today’s natives, while still upholding tradition.
Rain Forest Island Adventure

Rain Forest Island Adventure

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE12
Prices: Adult 1299.65 / Child 1169.68 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 40 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 09:30 am
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 rain forest 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 around them for spiritual enrichment, shelter, and transportation. Enjoy an Alaskan snack as you take in wonderful vistas before cruising back to Knudson Cove.
Highlights:
  • Take an exhilarating cruise along the coast of Clover Passage, where a variety of wildlife can be spotted.
  • Walk through the unspoiled beauty of a coastal rainforest on a remote island as you learn about the botanical species native to the area.
  • Enjoy an Alaskan style snack of smoked salmon, cheese, and crackers as you take in the incredible landscape that surrounds you.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Weather appropriate clothing (layers recommended)
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not appropriate for guests with limited mobility.
  • Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Children 13-17 years of age must have a signed parental consent form to participate without a parent.
Backcountry Jeep and CanoeSafari

Backcountry Jeep and Canoe Safari

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE06
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Min Weight: 40 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
You'll begin your Jeep portion of the tour by heading into the mountainous roads of Alaska's Tongass National Forest. You'll be fascinated by the area's natural history as you pass through old and new growth forests while your guide provides informative commentary via 2-way radio. You'll navigate through old logging roads to Lake Harriet Hunt where you'll paddle in a 37-foot, 20 passenger, native-style canoe across a mountain lake where a hearty snack awaits.
Highlights:
  • Fulfill your sense of adventure as you wind a Jeep Wrangler® through the rugged back roads of Revillagigedo Island.
  • Experience the unique ecosystem of Lake Harriet Hunt, including the Sundew, a rare carnivorous plant, by paddling a guided native-style canoe through its waters.
  • Enjoy a short nature walk through an old-growth forest on the other side of the lake and taste a hearty Alaskan snack prepared for you by the camp cook.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • The nature walk portion of the tour is optional as guests may stay at the camp with the cook if they prefer.
Tatoosh Islands WildernessKayak Adventure

Tatoosh Islands Wilderness Kayak Adventure

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE05
Prices: Adult 1673.65 / Child 1506.29 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Max Height: 78"
Max Weight: 270 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:00 am
Join our experienced kayak guide for a thrilling sea kayak paddle adventure in Tongass National Forest. Your 4.5-hour sea kayak journey begins with a motorized boat ride to Tatoosh Islands. On a protected beach, you’ll learn about kayak safety. Then, launch from the beach in a stable, double sea kayak. Paddle among the islands and learn about the natural wonders of a temperate rainforest environment. Keep on the lookout for intertidal life, including bald eagles, seals, minks, deer, porpoise, sea lions, and whales.
Highlights:
  • Float over to the Tatoosh Islands on a scenic inflatable boat ride while learning about kayak safety.
  • Launch in your double see kayak to see a variety of plant and animal life in the Tongass National Forest.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
Important Notes:
  • Participants must be at least 8 years old and weigh less than 270 pounds.
  • This excursion involves up to 1.75 hours of paddling.
  • Guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
A Great Alaskan LumberjackShow

A Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE13
Prices: Adult 364.65 / Child 177.65 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:45 am, May 24, 11:00 am
Marvel as Ketchikan’s celebrated world-class timber athletes compete and entertain in the famous Ketchikan Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Watch a show heralded a “must-see” by the Travel Channel. Marvel as Alaskan history comes alive in Alaska’s rowdiest show. The cheering and heckles will become roars of excitement as two rugged teams of champion lumberjack athletes compete in chopping, sawing, tree climbing, log rolling, and axe throwing. See the Ketchikan lumberjacks compete in 12 different thrilling events. Enjoy music and incredible entertainment while learning about Alaskan logging history. The historic show is located on the waterfront shopping district just a few blocks from the port. Sit in comfortable heated, cushioned, and covered grandstand seats while watching this actual Alaskan competition. Have your camera ready for the incredible lumberjack action.
Highlights:
  • Watch Alaska's rich logging history come to life as you visit The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show.
  • See the world's best timber athletes go head to head in more than a dozen exciting and dangerous events.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Alaska Rainforest Sanctuaryand Crab Feast

Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary and Crab Feast

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE78
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 10:00 am
Experience both an Eco tour and crab feast, two of Ketchikans highlights. Your excursion starts with a 30 minute narrated driving tour to the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, and a guided walk into the rainforest of Herring Cove where bald eagles, black bear, and a variety of birds may be spotted. You'll watch a Native totem carver at work and visit a Bald Eagle sanctuary, before heading to a delicious crab feast at George Inlet Lodge.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a guided ecological walking tour into an illusive Herring Cove rainforest.
  • Watch a Native totem carver perfecting his craft, before experiencing the Bald Eagle sanctuary.
  • Enjoy a freshly cooked Dungeness crab meal and dessert in a spectacular lodge setting along George Inlet.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
Adventure Kart Expedition

Adventure Kart Expedition

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE75
Prices: Adult 2141.15 / Child 1927.04 SEK Restrictions: Min Height: 50"
Min Weight: 40 pounds, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:45 am
Feel the rush of driving your own custom-designed Tomcar Kart on a private road that will take you deep into Ketchikan’s breathtaking wilderness. Meet our expert driver and guide who will lead you into the winding mountainous trails of the sprawling Tongass National Forest. Board your own open-air all-terrain vehicle, for an off-road adventure into Ketchikan’s pristine wilderness. Step on the accelerator and discover the Alaskan frontier. Enjoy an exhilarating trek across winding and steep forest trails, while admiring the dazzling Inside Passage channel. View the snow-capped peaks lining Behm Canal. Take a break over a refreshing snack and beverage, and keep on the lookout for wildlife including black bears, soaring eagles, and deer.
Highlights:
  • Drive your own specially-designed adventure kart and get your adrenaline pumping.
  • Climb high above the forest canopy for unparalleled views of the Tongass National Forest, Behm Canal and the fabled Inside Passage.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for native wildlife.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Drivers must be at least 16 years with a valid drivers license.
  • Karts accommodate two guests. Rain gear, dust masks, helmets and gloves, provided.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tourPregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
Exclusive Alaskan LodgeAdventure and Seafeast

Exclusive Alaskan Lodge Adventure and Seafeast

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE83
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:00 am
Starting off with a narrated scenic drive from Ketchikan to Clover Pass Resort, this combination Alaskan lodge and sea feast excursion delivers both the natural wonders and tastes of Alaska. From the resort, board an adventure boat in search of wildlife, visit an eagle's nest and venture past a US submarine testing site, before stopping at Silverking Lodge settled in Tongass National Forest. After taking in the sights you will enjoy a delicious Alaskan seafood boil meal.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a narrated scenic drive through Ketchikan to Clover Pass Resort, while learning more about life on the island.
  • Capture the beauty in seeing an eagle's nest first hand, and venture past a US submarine acoustic testing facility.
  • Experience Silverking Lodge in Grant Island Marine Park, and view the largest known red cedar in Tongass National Forest.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
  • Binoculars
What To Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Tour involves approximately walking 0.5 miles up and down dock ramps.
  • While walking you might encounter steep inclines at extreme low tides.
Alaska's First CityHighlights and LumberjackShow

Alaska's First City Highlights and Lumberjack Show

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE95
Prices: Adult 551.65 / Child 496.48 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:45 am, May 24, 11:00 am
This exciting Ketchikan shore excursion combines a visit to Saxman Native Village and the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show. Start your adventure with a guided walk and tour through historic Creek Street on your way to Saxman Native Village, where you'll learn the culture of southeast Alaskan Natives, including the story behind their majestic totem poles. Then enjoy The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show as lumberjacks bring to life Alaska's timber history with an action packed competition.
Highlights:
  • Experience Saxman Native Village and the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show.
  • Enjoy a guided tour through the living culture of modern day Southeast Alaskan Natives at Saxman Native Village.
  • Live the life of a lumberjack through educational and thrill-seeking competitive events.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
Ward Cove Wilderness PedalBoat

Ward Cove Wilderness Pedal Boat

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEA5
Prices: Adult 1580.15 / Child 1422.14 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 2
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Uncover the natural wonders of Alaska on this incredible Seacycle journey along the coast of Tongass National Forest, where you’ll view incredible Alaskan wildlife and historic sites. Experience the thrill of being on the water while learning about the areas rich history and the lives of the people who live in Southeast Alaska. Seacycling is an incredible new way to enjoy Alaska’s wildlife and diverse shoreline. The Seacycle company is owned and operated by two local families who will introduce you to Alaskan lifestyles and harvesting practices. Pedal to a serene wildlife estuary where you’ll have the opportunity to view seals, ducks, eagles, jellyfish, starfish, and maybe even bears. Then, you’ll Seacycle to Ward Cove where you’ll see an active eagle’s nest. Journey along the coast of the Tongass National Forest, followed by a mouth-watering Alaskan-style picnic lunch at the float house.
Highlights:
  • Marvel at the wonders of a wildlife estuary in southeast Alaska, where you may see seals, eagles, and perhaps bears.
  • Enjoy a Seacycle adventure along the shoreline of the beautiful Tongass National Forest.
  • Discover unique historic sites, including a pulp mill and the remains of an original floating logging camp.
  • Embark on a thrilling wildlife-viewing adventure on the ocean.
  • Savor a sumptuous Alaskan-style picnic at the float house.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 2 years old to participate.
  • Guests must be able to pedal for the duration of the tour.
  • There is a 550 pound weight limit per seacycle. Each seacycle accommodates 2 guests. Small children may ride in the rear seats.
  • The rear seats are non-pedal seats. All adult guests must be able to pedal.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • Guests with Pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour, particularly tours categorized as strenuous.
  • Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
Ancient Totem Poles andRainforest Canoe Ride

Ancient Totem Poles and Rainforest Canoe Ride

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KEA9
Prices: Adult 1299.65 / Child 1169.68 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Discover the history and rugged beauty of “The Last Frontier” as you embark on an Alaskan adventure in Ketchikan that showcases authentic totem poles, Native culture, and culminates with an exciting canoe ride across a pristine mountain lake. Your day begins at Totem Bright State Park, located on the former site of a traditional Native campground. Trace a path back to the early days of the region while marveling at an array of remarkable totem poles and artifacts. After, you’ll head to Lake Harriet Hunt, where you’ll learn about the ancient tools that were used to carve incredible canoes, then board a canoe of your own and paddle across the lake to a local camp for an Alaskan-style lunch and scenic nature walk.
Highlights:
  • Immerse yourself in the art, culture, and traditions of Southeast Alaskan Native culture as you explore Totem Bight State Park.
  • Travel like the native Alaskans once did, as you glide across Lake Harriet Hunt in an easy-to-paddle, 37-foot Native-style canoe.
  • Sample Alaskan-style fare, including clam chowder, smoked salmon, and wild berry jam.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Sun protection
  • Change of clothes (recommended)
What to Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Walking shoes
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not appropriate for guests with limited mobility.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting this tour.
  • Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult. Children between 13 and 17 years of age must have a signed parental consent form to participate in this tour in the absence of a parent or guardian.
  • Complementary beverages include: hot chocolate, juice, water, and coffee.
  • Complementary snacks include: clam chowder, rolls with jam, smoked salmon, crackers, and mints.
  • This tour operates rain or shine and may operate in reverse order.
  • Life jacket, rain gear (poncho) are provided free of charge.
  • Guests will be provided with a souvenir "I Canoed Ketchikan" pin.
Wilderness Dining and AlaskaFishing

Wilderness Dining and Alaska Fishing

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE20
Prices: Adult 3637.15 / Child 3273.44 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min Age: 5
Max 90
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
Begin discovering the Alaska way of life by boarding a 20foot open air skiff and heading out to the fishing grounds. Experience saltwater bottom fishing while catching your meal. Meet afterwards at a remote beach where you’ll learn the techniques of preparing your fish. When ready, your meal is served. Leave room for the signature dessert; a blueberry and rhubarb bread pudding served with a steaming mug of coffee or hot chocolate.
Highlights:
  • Fish for Rockfish, Cod or Halibut while enjoying the unspoiled coastline where whales, seal rookeries and Bald eagles abound.
  • Eat what you've caught at a remote beach, learning the techniques of preparing fish for an alfresco feast.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Walking shoes
Important Notes :
  • Participants are between 5 and 90 years old, less than 350 pounds.
  • This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility.
  • Valid one-day $25.00 fishing license required when 16 years and over.
  • Due to the limited time spent in port, the tour duration may be 5 hours depending on ships arrival/departure time.
Knudson Cove Salmon Fishing

Knudson Cove Salmon Fishing

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE18
Prices: Adult 2047.65 / Child 1842.89 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 07:30 am
Experience one of the great outdoor thills of Alaska – setting out aboard a small boat on the hunt for King Salmon to for wild Alaska Salmon. Just minutes from downtown Ketchikan, lies the Knudson Cove Marina, your launch point for angling excitement. Meet up with your seasoned captain and venture into the pristine waters of Knudson Cove, better known as the “Salmon Capital of the World”. Learn about Ketchikan’s rich fishing heritage, get some local tips, and drop your line. Even if you start the day as a novice angler, these fertile waters will turn you into an expert in no time. You’ll might reel in King Salmon that can tip the scales at 50 pounds, and hook up with other equally delicious types of salmon. While you’re at it, keep watch for all sorts of wildlife. Avid angler or not, if you’re ready for some bigtime fishing action, this charter delivers.
Highlights:
  • Embark on a guided fishing charter into the fertile waters of Knudson Cove.
  • Set out your lines and get ready to real in your fresh salmon catch.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for seals, whales, bald eagles and other Alaskan wildlife.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Alaska State Law requires a $25 one-day fishing license, which may be purchased with cash from your fishing boat captain.
  • During King Salmon season, a $15 King Salmon stamp is also required.
  • No guarantees are made with respect to catching any fish.
  • Additional charge to prepare and ship catch to US and western Canada.
  • Please Note: The Alaska Department of Fish & Game have issued an Emergency Order prohibiting the retention of King Salmon between April 1 and June 14 2018. Any King Salmon caught must be released immediately, and unharmed.
Mountain Point SnorkelingAdventure

Mountain Point Snorkeling Adventure

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE26
Prices: Adult 1299.65 / Child 1169.68 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 80 pounds, Max Weight: 260 pounds
Max Age: 70
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 11:00 am
Begin by changing into your wetsuit in the heated dressing rooms on the way to Mountain Point. A state of the art 7mm wetsuit with hood, boots and gloves will keep you warm as you hover among the diverse marine life. Water temperatures reach a surprising 65 degrees in midsummer! During your one hour guided tour, you’ll observe and handle a myriad of marine life. Back at the shop, enjoy a hot beverage before returning to your ship.
Highlights:
  • Snorkel the calm, clear waters of Mountain Point, teeming with marine life and steep underwater rock walls for free diving.
  • Discover the myriad fish and colorful invertebrates inhabiting these waters while you snorkel over the kelp forest.
  • Observe and handle sea stars, sea urchins, and sea cucumbers during a one-hour guided tour.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Towel (from ship)
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • Guests with cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour with snorkeling/swimming elements, since such water activities could be subject to adverse sea conditions such as high winds, waves and sea current.
  • Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them, particularly those involving snorkeling/swimming elements.
Wilderness Exploration andCrab Feast

Wilderness Exploration and Crab Feast

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE19
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1253.84 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 10:00 am
Chart a course for majestic beauty, outdoor adventure, and an incredible meal in the Alaskan wilds. Begin with a coastal drive that passes historic saw mills, waterfalls, and Native Alaskan totem poles. Board a sightseeing vessel and glide in the shadows of snow-capped mountains. View the Mahoney Glacial Cirque and 2,000-foot waterfalls. Keep watch for seals and otters playing in their natural habitat. As the Captain pulls up to the first crab pot, get ready to lend a hand. Join the crew and help haul in the soaked pots to see if there are Dungeness beauties within. After checking the pots, make way to the historic George Inlet Lodge for an authentic Alaskan crab feast. Savor the day’s catch, served with clarified butter and succulent side dishes. Be sure to leave room for dessert – cheesecake drenched in Alaskan blueberries. After lunch, try your luck in a customary shell stacking contest. May the best stacker win.
Highlights:
  • Cruise by snow capped mountains and keep watch for seals, otters and other wildlife.
  • Give the crew a hand in pulling the crab pots to see if the day proves to be a lucky one.
  • Go ashore at the historic George Inlet Lodge for an all-out Alaskan crab feast.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Tour may run in reverse order.
Rainforest WildlifeSanctuary, Eagles and Totems

Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary, Eagles and Totems

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE28
Prices: Adult 738.65 / Child 664.78 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 24, 10:00 am
Delve into the heart of Ketchikan's rainforest on a scenic eco-tour at an exclusive reserve, led by a naturalist. Begin your day at Herring Cover, following your naturalist along a nature trail through dense forest and across tall stands of hemlock, spruce, and Alaska cedar. Enjoy stops at picture-perfect viewing areas along the way. At Eagle Creek, a protected estuary, keep an eye out for local wildlife, including bears and seals during salmon spawning season. Also watch for mink, Marten, and wolves.
Highlights:
  • Embark on a scenic eco-tour, complete with a nature hike, raptor center, a native totem carver, and historic sawmill.
  • Visit Herring Cove, home to eagles, Black Bears, seals, and a variety of other species.
  • Follow Eagle Creek at an open estuary along an elevated wooden boardwalk overlooking grassy wetlands.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • i‚·Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Warm layered clothing and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
  • The trail is relatively flat, combination of gravel and elevated boardwalk, with only a few slight inclines.
A Misty Fjords Flightseeing

A Misty Fjords Flightseeing

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE21
Prices: Adult 2795.65 / Child 2516.09 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:15 am, May 24, 11:00 am, May 24, 11:30 am
Experience a bird’s-eye view of awe-inspiring Misty Fjords National Monument on a floatplane flightseeing tour that soars above this unbridled terrain. You’ll lift off from a calm body of water and listen to commentary from an expert guide using the plane’s headsets. Every guests is guaranteed a window seat, so you won’t miss a thing. Look out onto a landscape of cascading waterfalls, alpine lakes, dense forests, snow-capped peaks, and 3,000-foot granite cliffs. For the best possible experience, your flight route is dependent on the day's weather. You may see New Eddystone Rock and Big Goat Lake to the South or Neets Bay and Bell Island Hot Springs to the North. Soar above some of Alaska’s most rugged and beautiful territory on this high-flying exploration. After 70-minutes in the air, you’ll enjoy the thrilling sensation of descending for a picture-perfect water landing.
Highlights:
  • Board an Alaskan floatplane for the ride of your life.
  • Explore the stunning Misty Fjords National Monument.
  • Get a bird's-eye-view of the awe-inspiring natural landscape.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes
  • Approximate flight time is 65 minutes and 10 minute water landing.
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Ketchikan DUCK Tour

Ketchikan DUCK Tour

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE29
Prices: Adult 458.15 / Child 412.33 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:30 am, May 24, 11:30 am, May 24, 12:00 pm
Discover the history and beauty of Ketchikan, the “Salmon Capital of the World” by land and sea, aboard our Duck amphibious vehicle. Your journey begins with a scenic drive through Ketchikan’s rustic streets. View the salmon ladder on Ketchikan Creek, seeing the spawning grounds and live salmon in season. Learn about the importance of the salmon industry to the region. Then, pass breathtaking Whale Park with its lovely flowers and antique clock. See Creek Street, where you’ll hear tales of Ketchikan’s colorful past and salty beginnings. Then, marvel as your bus becomes a boat and your Duck bus literally drives into the scenic harbor of the Tongass Narrows. Pass the local fishing fleet. Motor down the channel for up-close views of canneries, sea plane docks, and the Ketchikan waterfront community. Take in the breathtaking scenery of southeast Alaska’s temperate rainforest, looking out for bald eagles and other majestic wildlife.
Highlights:
  • Explore Ketchikan's most historic regions and rustic charms.
  • Travel past the Salmon ladder on Ketchikan Creek and catch fish leaping upstream.
  • Discover beautiful Whale Park with its striking totem poles and stunning flowers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • The "Duck" is a bus/boat, Coast Guard certified amphibian.
Custom Hummer Adventure

Custom Hummer Adventure

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE40
Prices: Adult 7169.58 / Child 6452.62 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
With a knowledgeable tour guide, begin touring Ketchikan in rugged luxury in a Hummer H2. Your destination options include totem pole parks, walks through the rainforest, a beach walk, a stop at Herring Cove to look for wildlife in season, waterfall viewing, Ward Lake in the Tongass National Forest, and more. Whatever you choose to do, the state of the art H2 will take you on the adventure of a lifetime in both style and comfort. Note: tour price is per vehicle.
Highlights:
  • Tour Ketchikan in rugged luxury in a Hummer H2 with a knowledgeable tour guide at your service!
  • Choose your tour - visit totem pole parks, rainforests, a beach, Herring Cove, waterfalls or Ward Lake.
  • Enjoy the style and comfort of a state-of-the-art H2 Hummer that can accommodate up to five passengers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Tour price is per vehicle, not per person; all entrance fees and a light snack are included.
  • The Hummer H2 can accommodate up to 5 passengers.
  • This tour should only be pre-reserved by one individual per party; the entire cost of the vehicle will be charged to the reserving individual’s payment method and cannot be divided amongst individuals by the cruise line.
  • The cruise line will not match persons requesting an excursion to form a private group for this tour.
  • This tour is non-refundable within 24 hours of port arrival.
Rainforest Canopy andZipline Expedition

Rainforest Canopy and Zipline Expedition

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE35
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: Min Height: 60"
Min Weight: 90 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 09:30 am
Feel the rush as you embark on an exciting zip line and aerial bridge adventure across a rainforest canopy in Ketchikan. After donning safety equipment and receiving an orientation, you'll begin with a flight over eight zip lines and three suspension bridges, easing into the forest canopy along cables ranging from a short 100 feet to the 800-foot pulse pounding "Bens Revenge." At Eagle Creek Falls, you'll be 135 feet above the forest floor offering fantastic wildlife viewing chances. Finish by rappelling to the ground and enjoy a complimentary snack and view your photographs and shop at the general store.
Highlights:
  • Glide through a rainforest canopy along dual cable zip lines and aerial bridges between tall Spruce, Hemlock and Cedar trees.
  • Discover Eagle Creek falls and cross three hanging sky bridges offering views of the virgin forest below.
  • Gear down at base camp and receive a custom-cast Alaska Canopy Adventures medal in recognition of your achievement.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking Shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous". Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Participants must be at least 60 inches tall and between 90 and 250 pounds.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • • Guests are recommended to dress in layers and bring a rain jacket.
Exclusive Flightseeing andCrab Feast

Exclusive Flightseeing and Crab Feast

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KE38
Prices: Adult 2328.15 / Child 2095.34 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 24, 10:30 am
Start by viewing wildlife on the ground and eagles in the sky as you take off on a 450 horsepower floatplane over Ketchikan. Then, enjoy a smoked salmon appetizer at George Inlet Lodges private dining room. Finally, you’re ready for your crab feast assorted side and Dungeness crab, dipped in drawn butter! Finish by enjoying the lodge and its surroundings, shop at the lodge gift shop, or chat with your host about Alaskan life.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy panoramic views of the mountains and waterfalls on your approximate 20-minute narrated flight.
  • Land at George Inlet Lodge to enjoy an appetizer while your host entertains with stories and knowledge of Alaska.
  • Dine on a crab feast - oriental salad, steamed baby red potatoes, and Dungeness crab.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • Tour may run in reverse order.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Celebrity DiscoveryCollection: Wildlife Cruiseand Seafood Sampling.

Celebrity Discovery Collection: Wildlife Cruise and Seafood Sampling.

Ketchikan, Alaska
May 24, 2020

Code: KET8
Prices: Adult 2047.65 / Child 1842.89 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 24, 08:00 am
Get ready for a real taste — literally — of the Last Frontier as you embark on a tour that allows you to visit the "Salmon Capital of the World", keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of some native wildlife, and tantalize your taste buds with Alaska-caught seafood and local favorites. You'll board a specially built exploration vessel, replete with an experienced captain and crew, to explore passageways where whales, sea lions, and porpoises are frequently sighted. An onboard naturalist points out places of interest while you sip complimentary hot chocolate, coffee, or hot tea. Once ashore, tour the historic George Inlet Cannery, where you're invited to take part in a salmon-roe tasting, spoon up a hearty bowl of chowder, taste smoked salmon on a cracker, crab prepared two ways, oysters, halibut ceviche, and a variety of beach edibles that locals enjoy. Then, stretch your legs on an invigorating guided walk through a tranquil rainforest, where you'll delight in birdsong, and glimpse some of most gorgeous vegetation you'll ever see. Enjoy a narrated tour on the return trip to Ketchikan, motoring along the picturesque Tongass Highway, with views of Saxman Native Village and Creek Street.
Highlights:
  • Marvel at Alaska's haunting beauty during a wildlife-sighting cruise, a rainforest walk, and a drive through rustic, picturesque Ketchikan.
  • Sample fresh, locally caught, Alaska seafood delicacies including smoked salmon, halibut, crab, and oysters at the George Inlet Cannery.
  • Explore the well-preserved historic Libby Cannery and view the restored Tsirku canning line, the only functioning equipment of its kind in the world.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Warm layered clothing
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Rain jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk about 200 yards, including 100 yards on the rainforest trail, as well as navigate both stairs to board and exit the bus, and tide-variable ramps.
  • This excursion is not recommended for individuals who have difficulty walking or for guests using wheelchairs or assistive devices.
  • The tour operates in all weather conditions.
  • Wildlife sightings are frequent but not guaranteed.
  • Dietary accommodations may be made in advance.
  • Beer and wine are available for purchase aboard the cruise vessel for $6 per drink.
  • Allen Marine is certified by Adventure Green Alaska.
Hoonah Sightseeing andTribal Dance Combination

Hoonah Sightseeing and Tribal Dance Combination

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC17
Prices: Adult 792.41 / Child 371.66 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 25, 03:00 pm, May 25, 11:30 am
Travel back in time as you explore the fishing village of Hoonah. A local guide will describe the heritage of this closeknit cultural group and their long journey from their ancestral home in Glacier Bay. Learn about the coastal communitys roots in fishing and logging. And for a final treat, Hoonah residents will share their unique story through song and dance in a Tribal Dance and Cultural Legends performance at the Heritage Center Native Theater.
Highlights:
  • Explore the world's largest Tlingit village and interact with the locals to learn about the village's rich history.
  • Watch as Huna Tlingit performers share their history and culture through song, dance, and storytelling.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Photography and videotaping during the Tribal Dance is not permitted.
ATV Expedition and ZipRider

ATV Expedition and ZipRider

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC19
Prices: Adult 2421.65 / Child 2421.65 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 11:30 am
Experience Chichagof Island from two unique standpoints: by land and by air. The excitement begins when you hop onboard your very own 4x4 Kawasaki ATV and charge through the rugged landscape of the Alaskan Frontier. The fun continues at the ZipRider launch tower, where you'll be secured into a harnessed seat for an unforgettable cable ride adventure. Feeling the crisp wind in your face, you'll soar over treetops at thrilling speeds up to 60 mph.
Highlights:
  • Discover the historic Tlingit Village and meet its inhabitants on a guided tour.
  • Ride a 4x4 ATV through Chichagof Island's forest terrain.
  • Finish your day of excitement with a 300-foot-high ride on the world's largest zip-line.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour, particularly tours categorized as "strenuous."
  • Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • All drivers must present a valid driver's license.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • The ZipRider landing can be somewhat abrupt.
  • The ATV portion is a remote trail experience, and the ride will be bumpy.
Wildlife in Spasski RiverValley and Bear Search

Wildlife in Spasski River Valley and Bear Search

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC21
Prices: Adult 1112.65 / Child 1112.65 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 11:30 am, May 25, 03:00 pm
Embark on a guided nature walk that treks along the famed “Trail of the Bears” into the rugged bush country of the Spasski River Valley. You’ll journey alongside a guide and who’ll provide plenty of insight and answer questions about the wildlife you’re likely to encounter along the way. You’ll also learn about the thriving Tlingit community in the town of Hoonah and their deep connection to this wilderness. Follow well marked paths into this territory that’s home to a large concentration of Alaska coastal brown bear. Keep watch for these majestic creatures, as well as Sitka black-tailed deer and regal bald eagles perched in the treetops overhead. If you love the great outdoors, this leisurely hike provides a uniquely personal look at the wilderness surrounding Icy Strait Point.
Highlights:
  • Learn about the rich history of the Tlingit culture as you travel through Hoonah, the largest Tlingit village in Alaska.
  • Bask in the beauty of the region's evergreen forest, muskeg, and glacial backdrop.
  • See amazing views of the Spasski River and search for brown bears from the trail's 3 viewing platforms.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Binoculars
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately 800 yards over even and dirt surfaces with long periods of standing.
  • In this excursion, the roads are often bumpy and may be dusty.
  • For safety reasons, bear sightings are not guaranteed.
Scenic Mountain Ascent andWorld's Largest ZipRider

Scenic Mountain Ascent and World's Largest ZipRider

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC18
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1393.15 SEK Restrictions: Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 12:15 pm, May 25, 10:00 am, May 25, 10:45 am
Soar 300 feet above the tree tops on a thrilling ZipRider Cable Car Adventure. Begin your journey with a relaxing scenic ride though the village of Hoonah, home to the indigenous Tlingit people. Experience an adrenaline-filled ride on the world’s largest zipline. Receive all safety instruction at the launch site. The zipline extends over 5,000 feet across the Alaskan frontier, offering impressive views of the countryside and rainforest landscape below. Feel the heart-pounding rush as you fly over lush forests and hills, with incredible views of Port Frederick and Icy Strait. Reach speeds up to 60 miles per hour before landing at Icy Strait Point.
Highlights:
  • Feel the heart-pounding rush as you ride past lush forests and hillsides on your state-of-the-art ZipRider cable car seat.
  • Keep your eyes open! You won't want to miss the sweeping views of Port Frederick and Icy Strait.
  • Accelerate to 60 mph before your brake-activated landing on the beach back at Icy Strait Point.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothes
Important Notes:
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Approximately 0.17 miles of walking are involved, including a steep gravel trail.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
Icy Strait Point KayakAdventure

Icy Strait Point Kayak Adventure

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC23
Prices: Adult 1206.15 / Child 1206.15 SEK Restrictions: Min Height: 58"
Max Height: 78"
Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 50 pounds
Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 02:30 pm, May 25, 11:30 am
Set off from the beach at Icy Strait Point in a stable, two-person wilderness kayak. Follow your safety-certified guide on a paddle along the Hoonah waterfront en route to protected waters where bald eagles soar and humans can rarely follow. Keep an eye out for humpback whales that feed along the very same route or the killer whales that prowl these waters.
Highlights:
  • Set off from the beach at Icy Strait Point to explore Alaska's wonders in your two-person wilderness kayak.
  • Paddle along the quiet waters of Hoonah shoreline, where bald eagles have been seen.
  • Kayak through Alaskan waters where humpback whales are known to feed.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Shoes with nonslip soles
  • Change of clothes
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be 10 years or older.
  • Guests must be between 50 and 250 lbs.
  • Guests must be between 58 and 76 inches tall.
  • Guests under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult in the tandem kayak.
Icy Strait Point AdvancedKayak Adventure

Icy Strait Point Advanced Kayak Adventure

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC63
Prices: Adult 2047.65 / Child 1842.89 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 14
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 78"
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 09:30 am
Slice through the placid waters that surround Port Frederick in your nimble one-person kayak; it's one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the waterway and its marine life. Because they are so easy to navigate, kayaks have been used to explore the raw beauty of the Alaskan wilderness for thousands of years. As you paddle silently and slowly though the pristine waters, you may encounter one of the many humpback whales that feed in the area during their Alaskan migration (from May to September). With your group of kayakers, explore Port Frederick's more remote bays and estuaries, where sea lions and other marine animals can be found. Sit low in the water and be patient: you are likely to see waterfowl skimming the waves, brown bears and deer on the shore, and eagles flying overhead. Then skim across open water to the Game Creek flats (or a comparable location) for even more wildlife sightings. These three hours on the water will fuel your spirit of adventure, expand your kayaking horizons and deepen your appreciation for one of the world's most unspoiled wonders: Alaska and its waterways.
Highlights:
  • Proceed quietly though these calm waters and you may hear the song of the Humpback whale as it searches for food on its Alaskan migration.
  • Paddle close to shore and watch for deer, bears, and other wildlife.
  • Improve your kayaking skills and venture further into the heart of wild Alaska.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
  • Binoculars
  • Bottled water
  • Rain jacket if conditions are cloudy
  • Change of clothes
What to Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Waterproof shoes with non-slip soles
Important Notes:
  • Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • This is a very active tour in which guests are sitting in a single person kayak and using their arms to paddle through the water.
  • A motorized safety boat accompanies the tour, but guests should be able to paddle through small waves against a moderate current.
Ocean Raft Adventure

Ocean Raft Adventure

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC64
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 10:15 am, May 25, 01:45 pm
Gear-up in a tour-provided survival suit complete with life jacket, hat, scarf, goggles, and gloves, then climb aboard an open-air high-speed boat for this 90-minute thrill ride that takes you along the rugged Icy Strait Point coastline in search of wildlife. The captain adjusts the route based on weather conditions and wildlife viewing. The highly maneuverable 27-foot vessel will get you up-close views of waterfalls, tidal flats, and the abundant wildlife that lives on these rugged shores, including coastal brown bears and black-tailed deer. Keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of awe-inspiring humpback whales and orcas, and playful sea lions and sea otters as well. Bald eagles might soar overhead while puffins and other waterfowl might pop up along the way. You'll be thoroughly enchanted as the fresh ocean air rushes past you and the beauty and majesty of Alaska rolls out before you; and equally enchanted by the captain's stories of the Native Tlingit, and the waterway's importance to their way of life.
Highlights:
  • Embark on a high-speed boat ride that takes you off the beaten path to the best places for wildlife sightings.
  • Experience a close-up view of Alaska's spectacular scenery and wildlife with a limited group tour.
  • Scout for wildlife: humpback whales and orcas, bears and deer, sea otters and bald eagles.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
What to Wear:
  • Warm, layered clothing
  • Sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not recommended for guests with back/neck injuries or expectant mothers.
  • Guests must be able to walk without assistance.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Guests will be provided a Coast Guard-approved exposure suit that you will wear over your own clothing, which will keep you warm and dry throughout your adventure.
  • Guests will be provided with goggles, gloves, neck gaiters, and hats if the weather requires them.
  • Avoid alcohol before water activities.
  • Seas may be bumpy.
  • Wildlife sightings are common but not guaranteed.
  • Guests wishing to participate in this tour will need to complete a waiver form.
Hike & Kayak Adventure

Hike & Kayak Adventure

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC85
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 14
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 78"
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 10:30 am
Delve into the haunting beauty of the Alaska wilderness as you drive through Hoonah, the largest Tlingit village in the world, and then enter the spectacular Tongass National Forest to reach the trail head. Enter "The Tongass," the largest national forest in America, and hike through private Native-owned lands, up an abandoned logging trail, to the secluded viewing area. As you come to the top of the mountain, gaze at breathtaking 360-degree views of Chichagof Island and its surrounding waterways and islands. Your local guide will share knowledge of the flora and fauna that inhabit the area, along with the history of the land and its rich diverse culture. Then, return to Icy Strait Point for your kayak adventure. Be outfitted in single kayaks before setting off from the beach to explore the sparkling waters of Port Frederick. Paddle to Pitt Island and around the Hoonah waterfront, searching for wildlife. If you're lucky, you'll see humpback whales, seals, sea lions, and other marine life. Your safety-certified, knowledgeable guide will teach you about Tlingit culture and the history of Hoonah. Return to the beach filled with admiration for the local wilderness and its waterways.
Highlights:
  • Combine an invigorating two-mile hike with a kayak adventure, using single kayaks, for a healthy and eco-friendly expedition.
  • Paddle along the Hoonah waterfront and watch for wildlife including whales, sea lions, eagles, and deer.
  • Breathe the pristine air of the Tongass National Forest and allow the peace of this old-growth forest to soothe your soul as you hike toward the trail head.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm, layered clothing including weatherproof outerwear if appropriate
Important Notes:
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them/
  • The order of the tour may vary.
  • Guests wishing to participate must sign a waiver.
Helicopter Flightseeing andTaste of Tlingit Cuisine

Helicopter Flightseeing and Taste of Tlingit Cuisine

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC93
Prices: Adult 4198.15 / Child 3778.34 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 11:00 am
Begin your adventure with a drive through the Tlingit village of Hoonah, the world’s largest Tlingit village. At the heliport, take flight into the skies over this rugged region of towering mountains and majestic valleys. Keep your camera ready to capture spectacular views of the Tongass National Forest, with its canopy of spruce, hemlock and cedar old-growth trees clinging to mountainsides. Land on a remote beach where your local guide will teach you traditional methods of preserving food and treat you to some seasonal local delicacies. Living off the land is a way of life here, most local Tlingits live a subsistence lifestyle using methods of preservation passed down from generation to generation. Walk along the beach and learn why locals say, "When the tide is out, the table is set." Learn about the smoking and kippering process and savor some smoked salmon treats. This is the tour for those who want to experience the "real" Alaska in one of the most stunning settings imaginable. Enjoy breathtaking scenery on your return flight and cherish the time you spent in this wild land.
Highlights:
  • Soar over the vast grandeur of Chichagof Island and Icy Strait from an unforgettable vantage point.
  • Learn about Tlingit culture and way of life, then taste local delicacies.
  • Admire the grandeur and majesty of the Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the U.S., as you glide above it.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe shoes (required)
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • On this tour, guests may encounter steps to board and exit the helicopter.
  • Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Due to weight and balance limitations, as well as passenger safety and comfort, guests weighing 250 pounds or more will be assessed a weight surcharge of $100.
  • The sequence of the tour may vary.
  • Carry-on bags are not allowed and there is limited secure storage at the heliport. Self-serve lockers are available at the Adventure Center prior to your transfer to the heliport. Extra-large telephoto lenses, iPads, iPad minis, tablets, drones, and Go-Pro Sticks or other extendable items are not permitted on tour.
  • Aircraft fly no higher than 3,000 feet. Oxygen for personal use is allowed but must be in the form of an FAA approved portable oxygen concentrator that can be secured to the user's body.
  • Guests wishing to participate must sign a waiver.
Wildlife & Science Cruise

Wildlife & Science Cruise

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC78
Prices: Adult 3076.15 / Child 2768.54 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 12:00 pm
Board your six-passenger aluminum boat directly from the dock at Icy Strait Point and immediately experience true Alaskan hospitality. The heated cabin and lap blankets will keep you cozily warm as you head out to the pristine waters of Port Frederick to pull up a crab pot bursting with sweet goodness. Observe what conditions you encounter and record your findings to help local scientists learn more about the marine life below the surface. Then search for sea otters, whales, and puffins in the waters of Icy Strait and Port Frederick to learn about their biology and behavior. Try to capture a picture of the whale tails you see, so you can find their names on the Juneau Flukes website and record your own findings. Your captain will prepare smoked salmon dip for you to enjoy along with coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and bottled water. Don't miss this immersive Alaska wildlife experience.
Highlights:
  • Contribute to science and help researchers preserve and defend wildlife in this unspoiled place.
  • Bond with your small group (maximum six passengers) and captain as you learn about local wildlife and see how day-to-day life plays out in The Last Frontier.
  • Breathe fresh, clean Alaskan air and marvel at the natural beauty that surrounds you.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe walking shoes with nonslip soles
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm, layered clothing including waterproof outerwear if appropriate
Whale Watching and SeafoodFeast

Whale Watching and Seafood Feast

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC76
Prices: Adult 2234.65 / Child 2011.19 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 11:15 am
Whale sightings are guaranteed on this high-speed whale cruise to the Point Adolphus area. Along the way, travel through waters that support a wide array of marine life, including orca (killer) whales, Steller sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, porpoise, and, of course, the magnificent humpback whales. Keep your eyes peeled for bald eagles in the evergreen treetops lining the shore. Your knowledgeable on-board guide will describe the diversity of marine life that make its way here every summer to feed in the nutrient-rich waters that are warmed by the long Alaska summer days. The operator guarantees that a whale will be sighted on this excursion. If not, you'll receive a refund for the whale-watching portion only. Back on land at Icy Strait Point, indulge in a seafood feast that includes shrimp and seasonal crab boiled in Southern seasoning with corn on the cob, Andouille sausage, onions, mushrooms, potatoes, and garlic. Relax around a campfire and revive a childhood memory as you roast marshmallows to create your own s'mores before heading back to your ship.
Highlights:
  • Board a nimble boat for the journey to rich fishing grounds, where you're sure to spot a whale; this tour operator has never had to issue a refund since opening in 2004.
  • Enjoy the clear Alaskan air and crisp breezes as you cruise to one of the area's premier whale watching destinations.
  • Seafood feast including shrimp and seasonal crab boiled in Southern seasoning with corn on the cob, Andouille sausage, onions, mushrooms, potatoes and garlic.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm layered clothing including water-resistant outerwear
Important Notes:
  • Weather conditions in southeast Alaska can change suddenly.
  • The sequence of the tour may vary.
Tree Top Adventure Park &Zipline Course

Tree Top Adventure Park & Zipline Course

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC81
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1253.84 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 7
Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 09:30 am
Embark on an adventure for the whole family on one or several self-guided zipline courses that range in difficulty level from very easy to challenging and are comprised of various treetop obstacles and ziplines. Upon arrival, you'll be equipped with a harness and gloves. All harnesses are double sling-style with a carabineer and pulley providing a continuous belay system that allows you to advance through the obstacles at your own pace. Your instructor will explain how to swing through each course as many times as you wish during your 2.5 hour visit. The course begins with an easy level obstacle course with 14 obstacles, including two ziplines, and becomes more difficult, concluding in a level 4 challenge course for ages 12 and up. This course features 18 obstacles, including six ziplines. Courses include a wide variety of obstacles, from log bridges and climbing planks to a fishermen's net and uneven circles. Throughout the course learn about the nature and environment with integrated quizzes and informative signs.
Highlights:
  • Fly through the treetops on self-guided courses range in difficulty level from very easy to very challenging.
  • Experience a double sling-style harness with carabineer and pulley that provide a continuous belay system so you can explore at your own pace.
  • Breathe in the pristine air of Icy Strait Point and fall under the spell of nature's glory all around you.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe shoes (required)
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Comfortable clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Any photographic devices must be on a lanyard.
  • Children under 18 must be under constant supervision of an adult in the ratio of 1 adult for every 3 participating minors.
  • Guests who are afraid of heights should reconsider this tour.
  • Guests who wish to participate must sign a waiver.
Adventure Park & World'sLargest ZipRider Combo

Adventure Park & World's Largest ZipRider Combo

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC83
Prices: Adult 2234.65 / Child 2011.19 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 7
Min Height: 52" Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 10:45 am
Begin your exploration as you gear up with a harness and gloves for the self-guided adventure park. All harnesses are double sling-style with a carabineer and pulley, providing a continuous belay system that allows you to advance through the obstacles at your own pace. Your instructor will explain how to swing through each course as many times as you wish during your 2.5-hour visit. Courses include a wide variety of obstacles, from log bridges and climbing planks to a fishermen's net and uneven circles. Throughout the course, learn about the nature and environment that surrounds you with integrated quizzes and informative signs. Then, get ready for the World's Largest ZipRider. Enjoy a scenic narrated drive through Hoonah, the largest Tlingit village in the world, to the top of Hoonah Mountain. The Icy Strait Point ZipRider is higher than the Empire State Building, located 1,330 feet above sea level, and each cable is more than a mile long. The ZipRider boasts six cables, which means that six riders, seated in a special harness, can go at the same time. Accelerating to 60 miles per hour, fly 300 feet above the rainforest and land gently back at Icy Strait Point.
Highlights:
  • Sail through the treetops on the Icy Strait Point ZipRider, the world's largest.
  • Fly through self-guided courses range in difficulty level from very easy to very challenging Tree Top Adventure Park.
  • Experience a double sling-style harness with carabineer and pulley that provide a continuous belay system, so you can explore at your own pace.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Any photographic devices must be on a lanyard.
  • Children under 18 must be under constant supervision of an adult in the ratio of 1 adult for every 3 participating minors.
  • Guests who are afraid of heights should reconsider this tour.
  • Guests who wish to participate must sign a waiver.
Heli-Bike & Hike Adventure

Heli-Bike & Hike Adventure

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC89
Prices: Adult 4759.15 / Child 4283.24 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 58" Max Height: 79"
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 11:45 am
Your adventure begins with a narrated tour through Hoonah, the world's largest Tlingit village. At the heli-pad base, receive a safety briefing and gear up. Your (provided) bikes ride along on the helicopter as you ascend to the top of a secluded mountain, enjoying breathtaking aerial views seen by few: Jagged peaks shrouded with snow and mist, verdant valleys, alpine ridges, and the rich waters off Port Frederick and Icy Strait. After a gentle landing, your small group (maximum five guests) will meet an experienced guide to begin your picturesque downhill journey. Even if you are new to heli-biking, this trip is a perfect way to experience the wilderness of Chichagof Island. Your guide shares local lore and legend, handed down through generations, as you make your way down to the beach, stopping to hike offshoot trails to see better views and search for wildlife. At the beach, snack on seasonal, locally prepared foods, and learn what it's like to live in a remote Alaskan village. As you soar away, don't forget to look up and appreciate the route you just biked. This is a one-of-a-kind adventure that will take your breath away.
Highlights:
  • Thrill to a triple adventure that combines helicopter flightseeing, mountain biking, and hiking.
  • Delight in spectacular views of the mountains, valleys, and waterways below your helicopter.
  • Feel a rush of exhilaration as you bike down a mountain to the beach below, stopping to hike intriguing trails along the way.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe shoes (required)
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • On this tour, guests may encounter a considerable bike ride on a wide gravel trail.
  • Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Due to weight and balance limitations, as well as passenger safety and comfort, guests weighing 250 pounds or more will be assessed a weight surcharge of $100.
  • The sequence of the tour may vary.
  • Carry-on bags are not allowed and there is limited secure storage at the heliport. Self-serve lockers are available at the Adventure Center prior to your transfer to the heliport. Extra-large telephoto lenses, iPads, iPad minis, tablets, drones, and Go-Pro Sticks or other extendable items are not permitted on tour.
  • Aircraft fly no higher than 3,000 feet. Oxygen for personal use is allowed but must be in the form of an FAA approved portable oxygen concentrator that can be secured to the user's body.
  • Guests wishing to participate must sign a waiver.
Glacier Bay Flightseeing

Glacier Bay Flightseeing

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC87
Prices: Adult 4011.15 / Child 3610.04 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 25, 11:30 am
Your adventure begins with a scenic ride through Hoonah, the largest Tlingit village in the world. At the airport, board a fixed-wing plane for a 65-minute flight over Point Adolphus and Icy Strait, important feeding grounds for marine mammals. Feel the exhilarating sensation of lifting off into the crisp Alaska sky. Your destination is the spectacular Glacier Bay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the ancestral homeland of the Huna Tlingit. These 3.3 million acres are part of the largest internationally protected area in the world. As your soar over the park entrance, your pilot explains how the massive glaciers reached this point before beginning their rapid retreat 250 years ago. You'll also see how the earth recovered from an Ice Age to become today's lush rain forests of spruce and hemlock. Soar past beautiful waterfalls, lakes, deep crevasses, and striking azure blue meltwater pools. As your pilot approaches the mighty Brady Glacier, you'll experience astounding views of a beautiful tidewater glacier and the ice field from which it flows. From the entrance of the bay to its end, you'll witness a land being reborn, a sight sure to inspire all who experience it.
Highlights:
  • Soar over pristine wilderness of Glacier Bay National Park and see the world as it was when the Ice Age ended.
  • Scan the vast grandeur of Chichagof Island and Icy Strait from an unforgettable vantage point.
  • Keep an eye out for wildlife along the shore of Point Adolphus, one of the most active whale feeding locations in North America.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm, layered clothing
Whales, Wildlife and BrownBear Search

Whales, Wildlife and Brown Bear Search

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC24
Prices: Adult 2328.15 / Child 1767.15 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 5 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 12:35 pm, May 25, 09:31 am, May 25, 09:35 am
Experience the Native culture, majestic scenery and thriving wildlife while exploring the waters and bush country of Icy Strait Point. Board a high-speed catamaran and set off on a cruise down the coastline to one of Alaska’s most active feeding grounds for humpback whales. Have your camera ready to capture a shot of these gentle giants moving gracefully through the waters. Back on shore, set off on a trek through the bush country of the Spasski River Valley. During the drive, a guide will provide insight into the region’s biodiversity and the history of the Native Tlingit community. Follow your guide along pathways through this verdant landscape, while keeping watch for brown bear, black-tailed deer, and bald eagles perched in the trees overhead. Discover the whales and wildlife of Icy Strait Point on this unforgettable land and sea expedition.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a high-speed sailing adventure across the waters of the Icy Strait.
  • Observe local wildlife, including bald eagles, Sitka black-tailed deer, and brown bears.
  • Take a relaxing stroll along the charming gravel-paved boardwalk for a captivating view of the Spasski River.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Binoculars
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Tour operators guarantee whale sightings or guests will receive a refund for the whale watching portion of the tour.
  • This excursion involves approximately 0.45 miles walking over gravel and boardwalk paths.
  • Roads to Spasski are often bumpy and may be dusty.
  • For safety reasons, bear sightings are not guaranteed.
In Alaska's Wildest Kitchen

In Alaska's Wildest Kitchen

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC36
Prices: Adult 745.66 / Child 745.66 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 03:00 pm, May 25, 12:30 pm
Discover Alaskan seafood side with a hands-on tasting session and pallet tour given by an experienced Alaskan fisherwoman and wilderness chef. Learn the skills and cooking techniques that sets Alaskan seafood apart from the others. Become versed in local Alaskan fishing, preserving and cooking methods, and observe a filleting demonstration. Then grill your own sample of the catch of the day over a custom-made, alder-wood grill.
Highlights:
  • Experience Alaska's Wildest Kitchen, with a hands-on tasting session hosted by an experienced Alaskan fisherwoman and wilderness chef.
  • Engage your senses with an expert filleting demonstration, and by grilling your own fresh catch of the day.
  • Enjoy one alcoholic beverage and receive one printed recipe card on your tour.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • Wine and Alaskan Brewing Company beer are available for purchase.
  • Minimum age to participate is 8 years old.
Discovering the Birds ofHoonah

Discovering the Birds of Hoonah

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC44
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 932.66 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 01:00 pm
Take a fascinating walk through Hoonah’s temperate rainforest and its surrounding tidal waters with a local expert birder. Your guide will show you the best places to look for seabirds, ducks, gulls, and bald eagles. Stroll down a trail through mixed forest and grasslands to find a wealth of passerines. Binoculars, rain jackets, and the highest-quality sporting scopes will be provided. No experience is necessary—whether you’re an avid birder or casual bird watcher, your guide will help you make the most of your birding experience in this small-group journey. A portion of tour proceeds support the Juneau Audubon Society for research and development of birding in the Hoonah area.
Highlights:
  • Meet a local expert birder and take a walk through Hoonah’s lush rainforest and tidal waters.
  • Support the Juneau Audubon Society—a portion of tour proceeds promote birding research and development in the Hoonah area.
  • Journey to the best places to see seabirds, ducks, gulls, and bald eagles.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Binoculars
  • Weather gear
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind / water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 8 years old to participate.
Whale Watching and ZipRiderCombo

Whale Watching and ZipRider Combo

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC42
Prices: Adult 2608.65 / Child 2608.65 SEK Restrictions: Min Height: 52"
Max Height: 80"
Min Weight: 75 pounds
Max Weight: 275 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 11:30 am, May 25, 12:15 pm
Discover the best of Icy Strait Point on this thrilling adventure that includes a ride on the world's largest ZipRider and a guaranteed whale watching experience. Let our experienced captain sweep you away on a whale watching journey in a small, 24-passenger vessel. You’ll see at least one whale or receive a refund for the whale watching portion of the tour. Then, enjoy a scenic drive through the Hoonah, arriving at the ZipRider adventure. Take in breathtaking views before soaring back to sea level at speeds up to 65 miles-per-hour. Savor a signature Crabby Bloody Mary or other beverage of your choice when you arrive back at Icy Strait Point.
Highlights:
  • Feel the adrenaline rush of a 90-second harnessed cable ride reaching speeds up to 65 miles-per-hour.
  • Enjoy a small vessel whale watching experience that will bring you up close to the spectacular wildlife of the area.
  • Sip Icy Strait Point’s signature Crabby Bloody Mary, with a whole crab leg, shrimp, and Dungeness Crab sprinkled on top, or other beverage of your choice.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera (must have a lanyard)
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests must weigh at least 75 pounds to participate.
  • Guests must weigh less than 275 pounds to participate.
  • All guests need to fill out a waiver and be weighed.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Guests must be able to walk over steep and uneven terrain.
  • Tour sequence may vary.
  • Minimum age to drink alcohol is 21 years.
Wilderness Hike

Wilderness Hike

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC51
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 925.65 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 7.
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 01:30 pm, May 25, 03:00 pm
Immerse yourself in nature on this guided hike through the wilderness of Chichagof Island. Your journey begins with a scenic drive through the village of Hoonah, the largest Tlingit village in the world. Discover the spectacular beauty of the Spasski River Valley, passing through Tongass National Forest, to an old logging road trail head. Join your experienced Alaskan guide for a two-mile hike through private Native-owned lands to a secluded, locally-known viewing area. Experience the serenity of this incredible wilderness, taking in breathtaking views of Glacier Bay. Learn about local flora and fauna, the land’s rich history, and the diverse cultures that have called this region home. Keep on the lookout for brown bears, Sitka black tailed deer, eagles, and even humpback whales. Have your camera ready for incredible photographs.
Highlights:
  • Journey to the summit of a secluded mountain on Chichagof Island, marveling at spectacular views of surrounding islands and waterways.
  • Walk along an abandoned logging trail, immersing yourself in the pristine beauty of Native-owned land.
  • Take in 360 degree views of Icy Strait, Spasski Harbor, Admiralty and Chichagof Island, and stunning Glacier Bay.
  • Join our experienced Alaskan guide for your hike, and keep on the lookout for wildlife.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 7 years old to participate.
  • Groups are limited to 12 hikers per guide.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Guests must be able to independently navigate terrain.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • This tour operates in all weather conditions.
Coastal Exploration byZodiac

Coastal Exploration by Zodiac

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC52
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1767.15 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 30 pounds Max Weight: 350 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 10:30 am, May 25, 02:30 pm
Discover the protected waterways of Port Frederick and Icy Strait on this adventure that will allow you to captain your own Zodiac boat. Get outfitted in rain gear, rubber boots, and a life jacket before making your way to Icy Strait Point. After a safety briefing, you’ll enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to captain your own Zodiac in the protected waterways of Port Frederick and Icy Strait. Board a four-passenger boat and journey into the wilderness to explore the beautiful coastline. Your guide will choose a route appropriate for the day’s conditions. Follow your escort on a thrilling wilderness adventure. Keep on the lookout for humpback whales, sea lions, eagles, and bears. Learn about the region’s rich history and local ecology as you pilot your boat. After your maritime adventure, sip a warm cup of hot chocolate on the dock before returning to the ship.
Highlights:
  • Pilot your own boat, exploring the breathtaking coastline of Port Frederick and Icy Strait.
  • Follow your knowledgeable wilderness guide in search of humpback whales, sea lions, eagles, and bears.
  • Learn about the region’s history and ecology as you captain your boat along protected waterways.
  • Warm up with a cup of hot chocolate before returning to the ship.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 6 years old to participate.
  • Guests must weigh at least 30 pounds to participate.
  • Guests must weigh less than 350 pounds to participate.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Drivers must be at least 25 years old and present valid driver’s license or other proof of age.
  • Maximum 4 guests per boat. All eligible guests will have a chance to drive. Guests must be able to speak and understand English to drive boats.
  • Parties under groups of 3 will share a boat.
  • Tour route may be altered due to tide and weather variations.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests will be accompanied by a guide boat which will make frequent stops along the way to provide commentary and allow guests to switch drivers.
ATV Expedition

ATV Expedition

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC12
Prices: Adult 1626.90 / Child 1626.90 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 01:00 pm
Explore Alaskas unspoiled wilderness on this thrilling ATV expedition through Chichagof Island. Tour the Tlingit village of Hoonah before heading up the hill to board your ATV. With the spectacular Icy Strait mountains as your backdrop, youll embark on a trail through rugged terrain few have explored. Ride through the lush island rainforests, stopping along the way to take in the stunning valley and ocean views. In Alaska, paradise is just an ATV ride away.
Highlights:
  • Discover an authentic Alaskan way of life on a guided tour through the Tlingit village of Hoonah.
  • Drive past lush forest trees as you cross Chicagof Island's impressive landscape on a 4x4 Kawasaki ATV.
  • See native wildlife, including black bears, deers, and eagles.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • All drivers must present a valid driver's license.
  • Pregnant women and guests with Pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour, particularly tours categorized as strenuous.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tourGuests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
A Whale and Marine MammalsCruise

A Whale and Marine Mammals Cruise

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC01
Prices: Adult 1673.65 / Child 1019.15 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 12:00 pm, May 25, 09:30 am, May 25, 03:00 pm
Whale sightings are guaranteed on this high-speed cruise to one of Alaska’s premier humpback whale-watching destinations. Along the way, you’ll travel through waters that support a wide array of marine life, including orcas, sea lions, porpoises, and, of course, the magnificent humpback whales. Keep your eyes peeled for bald eagles in the evergreen treetops along the shore. During the trip, your onboard naturalist will describe the biology and behavior of the diverse species that gather here every summer to indulge in the nutrient-rich waters. The whales are so plentiful that the tour operator will provide a full refund if one is not spotted.
Highlights:
  • Spot humpback and orca whales on your sightseeing cruise - guaranteed.
  • Discover Alaska's majestic wildlife and learn about their natural behaviors from a naturalist.
  • Enjoy the spectacular scenery as you cruise past icy mountaintops and magnificent glaciers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
  • Binoculars
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm clothing
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Shoes with non-slip soles
Important Notes:
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • Weather conditions may change suddenly.
Halibut Fishing

Halibut Fishing

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
May 25, 2020

Code: IC15
Prices: Adult 3263.15 / Child 3263.15 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 25, 12:15 pm
Get a taste of Pacific Halibut right from the source on this exciting and scrumptious Icy Strait fishing experience. A short boat ride through the sheltered trenches of the strait takes you to the local Halibut fishing grounds. There, your captain will teach you how to hook and bait these highlyprized sport fish. Novice fishermen and seasoned anglers alike can also enjoy the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness, keeping a lookout for seals, porpoises, whales.
Highlights:
  • Cruise across the stunning Icy Strait towards fishing grounds that are abundant with halibut and other marine life.
  • Learn what it takes to master the sport of Halibut fishing with 2.5 hours of fishing time.
  • Ship your catch back home (continental US only) and boast about your unique experience with loved ones.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Shoes with nonslip soles
  • Layered clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Up to 6 guests rotate turns among 4 rods (Alaska fishing regulations).
  • Certified charter vessel has interior cabin seating for all guests.
  • Alaska State Law requires a valid $25 one-day fishing license.
  • License can be purchased prior to the start of the tour.
  • Guests are responsible for processing/shipping fish not released immediately.
Dog Sled Summer Camp

Dog Sled Summer Camp

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU54
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 01:50 pm
Ready for an only in Alaska experience? Take a scenic drive along Alaska’s beautiful Gastineau Channel into remote areas and be greeted by an Iditarod Musher and a team of Alaskan Huskies. Then, visit your mushers wall tent and learn what it’s like to live in the middle of 20 huskies. Finally, climb aboard a wheeled dogcart and experience the thrill of mushing through Sheep Creek Valley behind a team of highly trained Alaskan Huskies.
Highlights:
  • Meet an Iditarod Musher and a team of Alaskan huskies at the Dog Sled Summer Camp at AJ Mine.
  • Hold and pet the puppies, and take part in their initial social training, while learning about dog healthcare.
  • Mush approximately 1.5 miles through Sheep Creek Valley behind a team of highly trained Alaskan Huskies.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Alaska Sled Dogs andMusher's Camp

Alaska Sled Dogs and Musher's Camp

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU57
Prices: Adult 1580.15 / Child 1422.14 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:30 am, May 26, 02:00 pm, May 26, 03:00 pm
Experience a true Alaskan adventure while partaking in the official state sport. Take a sled ride through the lush rainforest, play with husky puppies, and learn about this unique element of Alaska’s culture. You’ll join in the summer training of an expert team of sled dogs when you ride a custom-designed wheeled summertime sled. Then a dog handler will share knowledge about the equipment, dog care, training, and efforts required by this sport. You’ll also get a chance to enjoy the scenery that lured you to Alaska as you walk across a suspension bridge overlooking Fish Creek. Finally, cuddle up and help socialize the adorable little huskies.
Highlights:
  • Feel your heart race on this thrilling mush across the vast Alaskan wilderness.
  • Learn about dog sledding - Alaska's official state sport.
  • Play with adorable Alaskan pups following your mush ride.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must have the mobility to walk 300 feet without assistance.
  • Guests must be able to raise knee 12 inches to board the sled.
Ultimate Dog Sled Experienceby Helicopter

Ultimate Dog Sled Experience by Helicopter

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUF8
Prices: Adult 9153.65 / Child 8238.28 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 2 of age
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am
Lift off from a private seaside heliport and enjoy "flightseeing" over glaciers en route to Dog World, a high-altitude dog camp. There, this hands-on tour allows you to experience the life on an authentic Alaskan dog musher. During the behind-the-scenes Dog World tour, learn to put on dog harnesses, boot up the team and drive the sled. After a 5-mile mush with your dog team and guide, help feed the dogs a snack to rejuvenate them from their extra-long run across the snow, and learn about wellness care for each animal. A visit to the crew's camp serves up a "slice of life" view of how the team lives on a glacier all summer long. As a rewarding conclusion, enjoy a light lunch prepared by the camp's private chef.
Highlights:
  • Be awed by a dramatic helicopter tour of Alaskan glaciers.
  • Experience first-hand the life of an authentic dog musher and help care for the animals.
  • Get a taste of camp life as the private chef prepares a meal for you.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking or hiking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Jacket and gloves
Important Notes:
  • There is no maximum weight, but passengers weighing more than 240 pounds will be assessed a $100 surcharge and will be provided additional space in the helicopter. Guests must be able to wear the provided seat belt.
  • The tour can travels over uneven and snowy terrain, with exposure to weather and the elements.
  • This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Whale Watching Adventure &Salmon Bake Combo

Whale Watching Adventure & Salmon Bake Combo

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUF7
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 01:00 pm
Explore "The Last Frontier" aboard a jet-powered catamaran specially designed for Alaskan waters. Keep an eye out for humpback whales during the 2.5-hour tour — as they are actively feeding in Alaskan waters at tour time, you are guaranteed to see them breach, play, bubble-net feed or otherwise make an appearance. Then, savor the Gold Creek Salmon Bake, a delicious 40-year tradition. Relax in these magnificent natural surroundings while you feast on wild-caught grilled Alaskan salmon, chicken, reindeer sausage, numerous side dishes, salads, and dessert, at this all-you-can-eat buffet. This easy, full-day tour combines a thrilling whale-watching cruise with a relaxing Alaska salmon bake for the best of picturesque Juneau!
Highlights:
  • Whale sightings are guaranteed!
  • Ply pristine Alaskan waters in a catamaran specifically designed for them.
  • Indulge yourself in a satisfying buffet that focuses on Alaskan specialties. After lunch, return to the dock or stay for a marshmallow roast.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Teenagers 13 to 17 must have a signed parental consent form to participate without a parent or guardian.
  • Guests prone to motion sickness are encouraged to take necessary precautions.
  • There is a ramp and large step to get on and off the whale-watching vessel at the dock.
  • The order of the tour may vary.
Exclusive Alaskan WhaleDiscovery

Exclusive Alaskan Whale Discovery

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUF6
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 09:45 am, May 26, 12:15 pm
It's a seafaring safari! Watch humpback whales, Steller sea lions, Dall's porpoise, orcas and harbor seals up close on this small group experience. A safari vessel, low to the water for a favorable vantage point, hosts fully guided, small-group whale-watching adventures on a voyage through Stephens Passage, a waterway known for plentiful whale activity. A professional naturalist guide leads the group through hands-on activities that support research into the entire ecosystem, such as invasive-species monitoring, plankton-sampling, humpback-whale identification and marine mammal observations. The time in Stephens Passage provides a transformative opportunity not only to see whales and enjoy their antics, but to deepen one's understanding of delicate marine environments and the creatures that exist in them.
Highlights:
  • Whale sightings are guaranteed!
  • See all manner of marine and bird life, including sea lions, porpoise, gulls, guillemots, as you cruise through beautiful Stephens Passage.
  • Become a citizen scientist by assisting in important research tasks.
  • An exclusive experience on a smaller-sized whale-watching vessel allows you to get up close with Alaska's wild beauty.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • Not intended for guests with limited mobility.
  • Provide a 48 hour notice for mobility/accessibility needs.
  • Guests are eligible to enter to win prizes in tour operator's annual Capture Juneau Photo Contest.
  • Each person will receive a $100 cash refund form the tour operator at the conclusion of the tour if a whale is not sighted on the trip.
Alaska's Whales, Glaciersand Rainforests

Alaska's Whales, Glaciers and Rainforests

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUH2
Prices: Adult 2141.15 / Child 1927.04 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 12:00 pm, May 26, 08:30 am
Delve into the wonders of Juneau's wilderness as your state-certified interpretive guide leads you through the temperate rainforest surrounding the Mendenhall Glacier. Mendenhall, one of the most spectacular — yet accessible — glaciers in North America, is just 13 miles from downtown Juneau. A half-mile wide, it's also part of a 13-mile Juneau Ice Field, which terminates in Mendenhall Lake, where blue icebergs bob in the shadow of the stately Coast Mountains. The glacier is surrounded by trails of varying distances, from which you can gaze at salmon streams or marvel at tumbling waterfalls. Black bears, porcupines, beavers, and bald eagles inhabit the area around the trails, and sightings are likely. Then, take to the water in a vessel designed for marine viewing, with open stern and bow, large panel windows, and a low-to-the-water vantage point. The local captain and naturalist intimately know these waters and the humpback whales, orcas, and other sea creatures that inhabit them, and excel at spotting them while keeping a respectful distance. This tour unveils all the natural wonders that Juneau and the Alaskan wilderness have to offer, in a personable setting that engages both the seasoned and the novice traveler.
Highlights:
  • Whale sightings are guaranteed!
  • Stretch your legs and expand your knowledge of Alaskan wildlife on a gentle hike around Mendenhall Glacier, one of the continent's most accessible.
  • Gaze at the majestic Coast Mountains reflected in the calm waters of Mendenhall Lake.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
  • Weather gear if necessary
What to Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Tour operates in all weather conditions. Group size is limited to 20 maximum to ensure a comfortable and interactive atmosphere.
  • Guests must be of age and ability to hike approximately 1 mile and be on their feet for about 1.25 hours.
  • Guests receive a free color publication, Remembering Juneau by Land and Sea. Bottled water and a snack pack are provided.
  • Each person will receive a $100 cash refund from the tour operator at the conclusion of the tour if a whale is not sighted on the trip.
  • Guests eligible to win prizes in annual Capture Juneau Photo Contest.
  • Guests must be able to walk at an adult pace up to 1 mile over gently rolling terrain on an improved gravel and paved path, and also down a sloped dock ramp that can change in steepness depending on the tide.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and guests may not find this tour suitable.
  • All guests requiring special assistance should inquire with the tour operator at least 48 hours in advance to discuss the specific risks and challenges associated with this tour.
  • No wheelchairs or walkers are allowed on this tour. Guests with low mobility are invited to stay on the bus or have the option of enjoying the visitors' center while the rest of the group explores the trail during the land portion.
  • This tour operator is a 2017 TripAdvisor Winner of Excellence, a 2016 PETA Compassionate Business Award recipient, and a 2016 Stan Stephens Stewardship Award recipient for dedication and commitment to conservation and sustainability. The tour operator is a proud member of Whale SENSE, a voluntary program to promote respectful whale watching practices, and is certified by Adventure Green Alaska for having met standards of economic, environmental and social sustainability as a tourism business operating in Alaska. Trails used have been featured in the BBC special, "Alaska Live"
Taku Glacier Helicopter andAirboat Adventure

Taku Glacier Helicopter and Airboat Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUH7
Prices: Adult 6161.65 / Child 5545.48 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 7
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:45 am
Enjoy an eagle's eye view of the Tongass National Forest, flying high over the rainforest, passing glaciers in the Juneau Icefield, mountain peaks, and deep valleys, from a six-passenger helicopter that lands atop the Taku Glacier for a thrilling, guided walkabout. You'll be outfitted with all you need to safely explore the glacier. As you walk on the icy surface, you'll discover the glacier, the thickest, deepest, and most remote of the world's glaciers, in a state of constant change, seeing blue ice-melt pools, crevasses, moraines, and seracs, and learning from your naturalist guide all about the glacier's history and ecology. Photo opportunities are plentiful here, so keep your camera at the ready. Back on land, you'll board an airboat on the Taku River to view the mighty Taku Glacier from another spectacular venue, this time getting close to its face, and seeing where the glacier ends, deeply embedded in the river.
Highlights:
  • Learn about the Alaska wilderness from a knowledgeable guide as you fly above the Tongass National Forest.
  • Trek the Taku Glacier, the thickest and deepest of the word's glaciers, accessible only by air and water.
  • Face the glacier head on and close up from an airboat in the Taku River.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sunglasses, hat, and gloves
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems, those using wheelchairs, and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests wishing to participate in this tour will need to complete a waiver form.
  • For security purposes, no bags of any kind are allowed on the helicopter. This includes but is not limited to: purses, backpacks, fanny packs, camera bags, drones, GoPro selfie sticks, iPads, iPad minis, or any tablet. A secure lockbox will be provided to guests to store any belongings.
  • This tour is not wheelchair-accessible.
  • Glacier boots are provided to facilitate walking on the glacier.
  • Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight at the time of booking. Guests weighing 250 lbs. or more (fully clothed) will be assessed a weight surcharge of $150.00 to reserve adequate space onboard the helicopter. This is required to ensure guest safety and comfort. The surcharge will be manually added to your account.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Brown Bear and WildlifeSearch by Floatplane

Brown Bear and Wildlife Search by Floatplane

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUK1
Prices: Adult 4852.65 / Child 4367.39 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 7
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 09:00 am
Journey into the unspoiled Alaskan wilderness for a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife viewing expedition deep into the Tongass National Forest. Spanning 17 million acres, Tongass is the largest national forest in the United States, and the world's largest intact temperate rainforest. Upon landing in this spectacular place, your small group (no more than eight guests) will head for a secure viewing area in the old-growth woods. As you watch the bears fishing for salmon in a spring for a mesmerizing three hours, keep an eye out for other wildlife, too, including bald eagles, humpback whales, Sitka black-tailed deer, seals, and sea lions. Your guide will describe the animals' habits and behaviors as you watch, enthralled. Board the floatplane for the flight back to Juneau and spend some time in the Bear Creek shop searching for that perfect souvenir and memento of a glorious day.
Highlights:
  • See bears and other wildlife in their natural habitat from a secure viewing spot.
  • Soar over the magnificent Tongass National Forest in classic floatplane for a truly Alaskan experience.
  • Listen and learn as your guide explains the behaviors and habits of these woodland creatures.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
Important Notes:
  • On this tour, guests may encounter some walking over uneven ground and wading in shallow streams.
  • Guests must be able to fit into waders that range in foot size from women's 4 to men's 15, and should bring cash or credit card to purchase a fishing license from the guide.
  • Guests wishing to participate must sign a waiver.
Last Frontier Food Tour

Last Frontier Food Tour

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUK8
Prices: Adult 1206.15 / Child 1085.53 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 12
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:30 am
Eat your way through Juneau and you’ll come to know Alaska's capital city in a new and meaningful way. Your culinary host, who is a local resident, will share the best of Alaskan food, as well as local legend and lore, on this leisurely walking tour through the culinary heart of the city. Stops include award-winning restaurants and you will often meet the chefs and restaurant owners who are making Juneau a sought-after dining destination. Your menu includes king crab bisque, fresh salmon, Alaskan game, the famous hog wing, and tea from indigenous plants, earning the "Made in Alaska" seal of approval. Your experience wraps up at an historic bar, where you will sample three beers from a local brewery. This experience focuses on connecting you with the city and with Alaska, and you’re sure to come away with a deeper understanding and tasty memories of your time in Juneau.
Highlights:
  • Experience Juneau on foot and see it up close while snacking on great food and beverages.
  • Taste the best of Alaskan seafood and other iconic dishes as you stroll with your hosts, Juneau residents.
  • Delve into the city’s rich history as your hosts relate local legends and anecdotes.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing including rainwear if appropriate
Important Notes:
  • On this tour, guests may encounter considerable leisurely walking, extended periods of standing, and some slight inclines.
  • Guests wishing to participate must sign a waiver.
Glacier Gardens and AlaskaState Museum

Glacier Gardens and Alaska State Museum

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUJ9
Prices: Adult 738.65 / Child 664.78 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am, May 26, 01:30 pm
Your adventure begins with a fully narrated tour of downtown Juneau, Alaska's capital, on the way to Glacier Gardens, 50 acres of rainforest near the Tongass National Park. "The Tongass" comprises the world's last surviving temperate rainforest and the largest national park in the U.S. There, join a knowledgeable forest guide aboard a covered shuttle for the mile-long journey into the heart of the rainforest, which affords breathtaking views of the Mendenhall Valley, carved out by the glacier. Stop for a photo opportunity at the scenic Brotherhood Bridge, which spans the Mendenhall River and was named in honor of the Alaskan Native Brotherhood. Then, expand your understanding with a visit to the Alaska State Museum, which reveals artifacts from the state's rich history, including its Native roots and its time as a Russian territory.
Highlights:
  • Ascend to a 580-foot elevation and gaze in awe at spectacular views of the Mendenhall Valley, Chilkat Mountains, and Gastineau Channel.
  • Explore the Alaska State Museum, which showcases the diverse cultures that have inhabited this rustically beautiful land.
  • Snap that perfect photo at Brotherhood Bridge, which overlooks the Mendenhall Valley and separates rural from urban Juneau.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing including a light rain jacket.
Important Notes:
  • Part of Glacier Gardens is wheelchair accessible. If guests are able to transfer to a seat, they can partake in the full tour and ride the golf cart to the top of the mountain. If they are fully confined in the wheelchair they are welcome to stay in the greenhouse and enjoy the scenery while the rest of the party tours the mountain.
  • Please note the order of the tour may vary.
Alaska State Museum andSalmon Bake

Alaska State Museum and Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUK4
Prices: Adult 832.15 / Child 738.65 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am, May 26, 01:30 pm
After a brief tour of Juneau, enjoy a scenic ride to the Brotherhood Bridge, which spans the Mendenhall River and is a dividing point between the urban and rustic parts of Alaska' capital. It's also a prime vantage point for breathtaking photographs of the Mendenhall Valley, so take advantage of the gorgeous backdrop. Next, it's off to the Alaska State Museum, which is newly renovated, to see the fascinating exhibits and enjoy a journey through the state's history. Then, head to the Salmon Bake and indulge in a feast under an outdoor canopy in the rainforest. Savor wild grilled Alaskan salmon, grilled chicken, Caesar salad with salmon, coleslaw, baked beans, rice pilaf, cheesy potatoes, and cornbread, topped off with blueberry cake and accompanied by lemonade, tea, and water. The tour ends at the Salmon Bake and guests can stay as long as they wish (and eat as much as they like). When you're ready to return to the ship, hop on a shuttle, which leaves every 15 minutes.
Highlights:
  • Snap that perfect photo at Brotherhood Bridge, which overlooks the Mendenhall Valley and separates rural from urban Juneau.
  • Explore the Alaska State Museum, which showcases the diverse cultures that have inhabited this rustically beautiful land.
  • Immerse yourself in Juneau's wild beauty, its glaciers, and its tempting cuisine.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing including light rain jacket
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues.
Alpine Zipline & GlacierAdventure

Alpine Zipline & Glacier Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU67
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
Min Height: 42"
Max Height: 84"
Duration: 5 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am
Get ready for a beautiful and adventurous Alaska Certified Eco-Tour. Experience a scenic and thrilling zip line excursion, then visit the world famous Mendenhall Glacier. First, enjoy a "hands-free" zip line experience, taking in the sounds of the water rushing below you, and the wonders of the rainforest surrounding you. End the day exploring the trails around Mendenhall Glacier, exploring exhibits at the visitor center and capturing photos of the iceberg dotted lake.
Highlights:
  • Zip line with a tour guide through trees over salmon spawning streams while surrounded by scenic mountain vistas.
  • Embrace your "Inner Lumberjack" and try your hand at axe throwing, or purchase a beverage and simply watch.
  • Explore Mendenhall Glacier and snap photos of this beautiful glacier and iceberg-dotted lake.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Closedtoe shoes
  • Long pants
  • Layered clothing
Dog Sledding Adventure onthe Norris Glacier byHelicopter

Dog Sledding Adventure on the Norris Glacier by Helicopter

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU69
Prices: Adult 6629.15 / Child 5966.23 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Min Age: 2
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 01:30 pm, May 26, 11:00 am
Take to the skies above Juneau aboard a helicopter and fly off to a dog sledding experience on the Norris Glacier. Soar above the Juneau Icefield and enjoy a bird’s-eye view of historic gold mines, alpine lakes, and even your own cruise ship. After a bit of flightseeing, zoom off to the Norris Glacier. Marvel as your pilot touches down on the snowy surface and step out onto an otherworldly landscape. The Norris Glacier is home to a remote camp, only accessible via helicopter, that’s manned by veterans of the legendary Alaskan Iditarod Sled Dog Race. You’ll meet up with these experts for an interactive dog sledding experience. Master the all-important commands of Hike!, Gee! And Haw! Then, feel the thrilling sensation of skidding across the snow covered terrain pulled by a team of Alaskan Huskies. After your adventure, take to the air once again for the panoramic flight home.
Highlights:
  • Fly above the Juneau Icefield for an aerial perspective of this natural wonder.
  • Touch down on the Norris Glacier and meet up with some veterans of the legendary Iditarod.
  • Experience the thrill of zipping across the glacial surface powered by a team of Alaskan Huskies.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Minimum age to participate is 2 years old.
  • Passengers will be required to weigh in at the heliport.
  • Providing inaccurate weights may result in tour delay or cancellation of tour.
  • Overboots are provided.
  • Tablet computers (including iPads) will not be permitted onboard the aircraft.
  • Guests weighing 240 lbs. or more will be assessed a weight surcharge.
  • All bags are to be left at the helicopter base
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Mendenhall Glacier Guide'sChoice Trail Hike

Mendenhall Glacier Guide's Choice Trail Hike

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU23
Prices: Adult 925.65 / Child 833.08 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am
Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime. Follow a secluded trail on a 3.5-hour hike that takes you high above the Mendenhall Glacier. Depending on the days hiking conditions, your guide will choose the best trail for you to explore. Capture photos of the spectacular views along the way and watch for wildlife as you venture through the glacier-carved wilderness. Discover Alaska's ever changing scenery on this unforgettable hiking adventure.
Highlights:
  • Hike high above the Mendenhall Glacier on a secluded trail that offers spectacular glacier views.
  • Encounter a variety of wildflowers and wildlife in Tongass National Forest, the world's largest remaining temperate rainforest.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Weather gear, if necessary
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests should be prepared to hike between 4-6 miles.
  • Guests with pre-existing or medical conditions should take caution when selecting this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour
  • Guests are eligible to win prizes in the annual "Capture Juneau Photo Contest".
Whale Quest and Orca PointLodge Salmon Bake

Whale Quest and Orca Point Lodge Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU18
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am
This exhilarating tour combines a "whales guaranteed" cruise with Alaska's finest wilderness salmon bake. Board a waterjet-powered catamaran in Auke Bay and ply through Stephen's Passage, a favorite feeding ground for humpback whales. Learn about the behaviors of these majestic creatures as you get close enough to hear them breathe. Then, venture ashore to Orca Point Lodge, where you'll enjoy a delicious feast featuring freshgrilled wild Alaska salmon, corn on the cob, and more.
Highlights:
  • Search for humpback whales and other wildlife as you cruise through the island-studded waters of Stephen's Passage.
  • Learn about the area's wildlife including killer whales, sea lions, porpoises, harbor seals, bald eagles, and more.
  • Feast on fresh-grilled wild Alaska salmon, chicken and more at Orca Point Lodge.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • The operators of this tour guarantee you will see a whale or you’ll receive $100 cash refund per person as you disembark the sightseeing vessel.
Extended Helicopter GlacierTrek

Extended Helicopter Glacier Trek

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU10
Prices: Adult 5507.15 / Child 4956.43 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 15
Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 5 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:30 am
After a picturesque helicopter ride, embark on an exhilarating 3hour expedition through the most pristine and remote areas of Juneaus Icefield. Once you land, youll receive everything you need, from appropriate outerwear to trekking tools, for this ultimate glacier adventure. Hike through the cold, rugged terrain and put your basic trekking skills to the test as you climb and descend ice walls. Take in Alaskas breathtaking scenery from the best possible viewpoint atop the glacier.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy spectacular aerial views of Juneau's mountains and glaciers during a 30-minute scenic helicopter ride.
  • Learn the basics of mountaineering as you hike and climb Alaska's rugged glacier terrain.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Boots Provided
  • Sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests with pre-existing or medical conditions should take caution when selecting this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • All participants must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Guests weighing over 250 lbs. assessed a weight surcharge.
  • All of the outerwear and mountaineering gear is provided
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Pilot's Choice GlacierExploration by Helicopter

Pilot's Choice Glacier Exploration by Helicopter

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU07
Prices: Adult 5039.65 / Child 4535.69 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am
Enjoy an eagle's-eye view by helicopter of high alpine lakes, "icefalls" hanging from sheer cliffs, and some of the most remote peaks and glaciers in the Juneau Icefield. Then, your pilot will land in two different locations, where you'll continue your tour on foot to truly appreciate the beauty of this ancient landscape. Enjoy 30-minutes of exploration time between these two landings to discover the moraines, crevasses, seracs, and glaciers up close.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a 50-minute flight over Juneau Icefield past Wonderland, Glacier King, the Mendenhall Towers, and Devil's Paw.
  • Trek on foot after landing in two locations and witness firsthand a variety of geological and environmental processes at work.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Socks recommended
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • Glacier boots are provided.
  • For security purposes, no bags are allowed on the helicopter.
  • Expect approximately 50 minutes of flight time and 30 minutes for landings.
  • Due to flight weight restrictions, guests must register their body weight at the time of booking. Guests weighing 250 lbs. or more (fully clothed) will be assessed a weight surcharge of $100.00 to reserve adequate space onboard the helicopter. This is required to ensure guest safety and comfort. The surcharge will be manually added to your account.
  • TEMSCO Helicopters does not permit the use of iPads, iPad Minis or any tablet device on our flightseeing tours. No Go-Pro Sticks, extendible items or drones allowed on tour. Please plan accordingly.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Juneau SportfishingAdventure

Juneau Sportfishing Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU27
Prices: Adult 2328.15 / Child 2095.34 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am
Beat the bears to the punch for that dreamed-of trophy salmon, by getting out on the protected inside waterways for a day of sportfishing. Enjoy rod and reel trolling in one of the best fishing grounds in southeast Alaska from the comfort of a charter boat skippered by a U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captain. Additionally, your catch can be cut into fillets or steaks, vacuum-packed and sent to your home (U.S. addresses only).
Highlights:
  • Troll one of the most abundant fishing grounds in Southeast Alaska from the comfort of your charter vessel.
  • Catch fresh fish in protected inside waters, while marveling at the stunning scenery surrounding you.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • All boats will carry a maximum of 6 passengers.
  • Trolling means the rods are in downriggers and you do not touch the rod until your hear the “zing” that indicates a fish has hit; you then reel it in.
  • Fishermen and women can be assigned or rotated on rods.
  • Alaska state law requires a valid one-day $25 fishing license; it can be purchased from the boat captain.
  • During the king salmon season, an additional $15 king salmon stamp is also required.
  • No guarantees are made with respect to catching any fish.
  • Please be informed, the Alaska Department of Fish & Game has issued an emergency order prohibiting the retention of King Salmon in Juneau. Catch and release only practices will be followed. The order remains in place through 11:59 PM, June 14, 2019.
Fly-Out Fly Fishing

Fly-Out Fly Fishing

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU12
Prices: Adult 4946.15 / Child 4451.54 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 5 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:00 am
Board a floatplane and feel your heart race as the plane rushes across the calm waters and takes to the air. Your destination is one of 70 remote streams on which your expert outfitter has permits to fish. Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the landscape as you soar over the rainforest and snow-capped peaks. Your trip might also feature a host of wildlife sightings, including Humpback Whales, Brown and Black Bear, Bald Eagles and other wildlife. After your pilot executes a perfect water landing, follow your guide to the perfect fishing stream. If you’re an expert fly fisherman, that’s great. If you’re a novice, that’s also fine, as your guide is there to provide expert instruction. Depending on the season, you’ll wade into the waters and cast for trout, char and a wide variety of Pacific salmon. With civilization nowhere in sight, you’ll experience the fishing trip of a lifetime.
Highlights:
  • Fly over Alaska's pristine wilderness on the way to a specially-selected river.
  • Enjoy world-renowned fly-fishing in Juneau's remote waters amid picturesque mountains and lush trees.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Alaska State Law requires a valid one-day fishing license for all guests 16 years of age or older.
  • This may be purchased from your guide for $20.
Bike & Brew Glacier View

Bike & Brew Glacier View

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU02
Prices: Adult 1112.65 / Child 1001.38 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 10
Min Height: 56"
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 08:30 am, May 26, 01:30 pm
Set off on a guided bike ride that winds through a glacier carved valley and showcases majestic Mendenhall Glacier from a number of different perspectives. You’ll pedal alongside a local guide on a leisurely exploration that provides an up-close look at Juneau’s wonders. You’ll stop at the charming Chapel-by-the-Lake, set on the shores of Auke Lake and the perfect spot for panoramic photos. Continue along the west side of Mendenhall Glacier and marvel as this natural wonder looms overhead. Stop on the beach to catch your breath before riding along the eastern side of the glacier on a trail through the rain forest. After your ride, relax on a short drive to Merchant’s Wharf and your well-earned beer tasting. Enjoy selection of award-winning beers crafted at different Alaskan microbreweries – a refreshing end to the bike ride of a lifetime.
Highlights:
  • Bike for approximately 8.5 miles while witnessing breathtaking views of Auke Lake, Mendenhall Glacier, and the surrounding forest.
  • Discover Mendenhall Glacier - the largest, most rugged glacier accessible by road.
  • Savor award-winning beers from a variety of Alaskan microbreweries inside Merchant's Wharf, a landmark in aviation history.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests with pre-existing or medical conditions should take caution when selecting this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
Mount Roberts Tramway

Mount Roberts Tramway

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU26
Prices: Adult 327.25 / Child 168.30 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: At Your Leisure Departure Times: May 26, 07:30 am
Board a tramcar for an exhilarating ride that takes you 1,800 feet up into the Alaskan rainforest. As you ascend, enjoy breathtaking views of the Chilkat Mountains, Stephens Passage, Douglas Island, and Silver Bow Basin, where gold was discovered in 1880. At the summit, you’ll visit the Mountain House, explore the Nature Center, and look out for bears and other wildlife that feed on the slopes of Mount Roberts. Enjoy this unique only-in-Alaska experience.
Highlights:
  • Soar to new heights on the only aerial tramway in southeast Alaska - the Mount Roberts Tramway.
  • Experience expansive views from the top of Mount Roberts as you watch for wildlife, birds, and bears.
  • Visit the Mountain House, watch the award-winning film "Seeing Daylight", and learn about the Tlingit way of life.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes
  • Please note that it is required to purchase a ticket for children 3 years and above to ride the tram.
Glacier View Sea Kayaking

Glacier View Sea Kayaking

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU16
Prices: Adult 1299.65 / Child 1169.68 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 40 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am
Embark on a scenic sightseeing drive through a historic part of Juneau on your way to North Douglas Island, the launching point of your kayaking excursion. With forested slopes, peaks, and the Mendenhall Glacier as your backdrop, you'll paddle through the waters of Fritz Cove in search of local wildlife. Keep an eye out for eagles, herons, porpoise and even humpback whales. Then enjoy an Alaskan-Style snack before going back to the port.
Highlights:
  • Kayak through local waters, getting up-close views of local wildlife and the Mendenhall Glacier eight miles away.
  • Explore Fritz Cove and possibly view bald eagles, herons, shorebirds, waterfowl, porpoises and even humpback whales.
  • Kayak to the Mendenhall Wetlands, a protected habitat that's teeming with more than 40 species of birds and nearly a dozen different mammals.
  • Learn about local flora and fauna, and the history behind landmarks such as Smuggler's Cove. Enjoy a tasty Alaskan snack before boarding the bus back to the port.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Participants must be able and willing to paddle for 1.5 to 2 hours.
  • Life jacket and rain gear are provided.
  • Guests with pre-existing or medical conditions should take caution when selecting this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
Mendenhall Glacier andSalmon Hatchery

Mendenhall Glacier and Salmon Hatchery

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU01
Prices: Adult 551.65 / Child 496.48 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 09:15 am, May 26, 01:00 pm
Embark on a narrated tour that takes you to a salmon hatchery and showcases the legendary Mendenhall Glacier. Begin with a drive through Juneau, where you’ll hear tales of the town’s raucous Gold Rush days. Your first stop is the DIPAC Salmon Hatchery, where each year they produce over 150 million salmon. Go behind the scenes on a tour that shows you how experts collect and incubate eggs to keep Alaska’s fisheries thriving. Afterwards, head to the legendary Mendenhall Glacier, spanning 1.5 miles in width. Take in postcard-perfect views from the Visitor Center and marvel at displays that detail the geology of this natural wonder. Feel free to ask questions from the onsite experts, before following well-marked trails for a closer look. Stand before this frozen force of nature and marvel at the majestic beauty found only in Alaska.
Highlights:
  • Tour a salmon hatchery for a close look at this vital Alaskan industry.
  • Take in spectacular views of Mendenhall Glacier from the Visitor Center.
  • Follow scenic walking trails for an up-close look at this mighty glacier.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Taku Lodge Feast & 5Glacier Seaplane

Taku Lodge Feast & 5 Glacier Seaplane

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU04
Prices: Adult 3824.15 / Child 3441.74 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 11:00 am
Embark on an excursion, reserved for no more than 10 guests, that takes to the air on a flightseeing tour and touches down for an authentic Alaskan feast. Climb into a seaplane and skid across the water before lifting off into the skies above Juneau. Every guest enjoys a window seat as you fly over five of Alaska’s most spectacular glaciers. You’ll also soar above the wilderness where you might spot black bear and other wildlife, as an expert guide provides commentary through your headset. Your flight concludes with an exhilarating water landing at Taku Glacier Lodge, the only place in Juneau where you can dine to majestic glacial views. Savor a feast of fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon (or chicken, if preferred) paired with a selection of side dishes made from the bounty of Alaska. Sip wine or crack open a cold beer and toast a truly exhilarating Alaskan excursion.
Highlights:
  • Gaze out of our window seat as your seaplane pilot flies over five spectacular glaciers.
  • Enjoy an exhilarating water landing atop the calm waters of the Taku River.
  • Savor a feast of fresh Wild Alaskan Salmon and scrumptious side dishes overlooking the glaciers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • Guests enjoy a window seat and a headset for continuous narration.
  • Approximate flight time is 50 minutes.
  • While wild bear sightings though frequent, they can not be guaranteed.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Historic Gold Mining & Panning Adventure

Historic Gold Mining & Panning Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU22
Prices: Adult 645.15 / Child 580.63 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 07:30 am, May 26, 01:30 pm
Take a guided tour of Juneau and head to Gold Creek to search for your own fortune in the same place where Joe Juneau and Richard Harris struck gold in 1880. Learn how to pan for gold, then choose where you’d like to pan — in the creek or in the waist-high demonstration trough. Relive the Gold Rush days as you see the original buildings of the Juneau Mining Company.
Highlights:
  • Pan for gold in a beautiful, secluded setting near a waterfall alongside Gold Creek at "Last Chance Basin."
  • Learn how to expertly work a gold pan and the mining techniques used to search for gold.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Mendenhall Glacier RiverRafting

Mendenhall Glacier River Rafting

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU14
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1253.84 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 50 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 12:00 pm, May 26, 03:30 pm
River rafting, icebergs and a snack! Your experienced guide will steer you across the serene waters of Mendenhall Lake, past floating icebergs to the Mendenhall River. Here you'll float a 5-mile section of a glacial stream which includes short stretches of mild to moderate rapids. Enjoy spectacular views of the Mendenhall Glacier and soak in the amazing scenery. Learn about the history of the river and lookout for wildlife.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy Spectacular mountain and valley views while learning about the process that formed this scenic valley.
  • Float a 5-mile section of a glacial stream.
  • Join a paddle raft team or let an expert take the helm.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and Photo ID
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/Credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothing/Layers
  • Extra pair of socks
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous." Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Guests must be able to climb 15-20 steps.
  • Rain gear and life jackets are provided.
  • Alaskan style snack is included.
5-Glacier SeaplaneExploration

5-Glacier Seaplane Exploration

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU05
Prices: Adult 2421.65 / Child 2179.49 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 12:00 pm, May 26, 02:00 pm
Get ready to experience Juneau like you never imagined - high above it! Your epic glacier adventure begins the moment you board your seaplane. Feel your heart race as you take off and soar over the Tongass National Forest, your segway into a birdseyeview of five unique glaciers. The ,500squaremile Juneau Icefield will leave you breathless as you explore deep mountain crevasses, crystal-blue meltwater pools and the mystic icecaps of these majestic wonders.
Highlights:
  • Soar high above the Tongass National Forest.
  • Explore Juneau's most majestic glaciers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • Guests enjoy a window seat and a headset for continuous narration.
  • Approximate flight time is 40 minutes.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Helicopter Glacier Trek

Helicopter Glacier Trek

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU09
Prices: Adult 4478.65 / Child 4030.79 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 12
Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 09:00 am, May 26, 12:00 pm
Embark on a guided exploration of Juneau’s icefields that brings you both a big-picture and intimate perspective. Begin with a helicopter flightseeing tour that soars high above the frozen landscape. Marvel at a bird’s-eye view of the Alaskan wilds and the grandeur of Juneau’s glacial wonders. Touch down at the launch site for a 2-hour hike through this foreboding landscape. All the gear you need to keep safe and warm will be provided, and your mountaineering guide will get you prepared with expert instruction before the group sets out. You’ll trek to remote areas of the glacial landscape that few people ever witness. Along the way, your guide will provide fascinating commentary about glacial formation and movement. No climbing experience is required to participate in this exploration. Simply bring your love of the great outdoors and your guides will provide the basic skills needed for an awe-inspiring adventure.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a panoramic perspective of Juneau’s “icescapes” on a 30-minute helicopter flightseeing tour.
  • Land and gear up for a 2-hour guided hike across the glacial terrain.
  • Trek to places few people ever witness while your expert guide provides insight into the glacial environment.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Boots Provided
  • Sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • All participants must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Guests weighing over 250 lbs. assessed a weight surcharge.
  • Guests with pre-existing or medical conditions should take caution when selecting this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Mendenhall Glacier byHelicopter and Guided Walk

Mendenhall Glacier by Helicopter and Guided Walk

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU06
Prices: Adult 3637.15 / Child 3273.44 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 02:15 pm, May 26, 11:45 am
Travel back in time to the Ice Age onboard a turbinepowered helicopter to experience Alaska's world famous Mendenhall Glacier up close and personal. Your journey will take you through the lush rain forests and alpine ridges of the Mendenhall Valley until you reach the majestic Mendenhall Glacier itself. Soar over spellbinding ice spires and deep crevasses before landing on the ice to explore the glacier's unchartered territories by foot with your guide.
Highlights:
  • Relish in the mystery of Mendenhall Valley with a bird's-eye-view of mountains, forests and wilderness.
  • Experience the thrill of landing atop the illustrious Mendenhall Glacier.
  • Traverse the untouched glacial icefield on foot.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • Glacier boots are provided to facilitate walking on the glacier.
  • For security purposes, no bags are allowed on the helicopter.
  • Helicopter weight restriction per guest limited to under 250 lbs.
  • Weight must be registered at time of booking.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
  • TEMSCO Helicopters does not permit the use of iPads, iPad Minis or any tablet device on our flightseeing tours. No Go-Pro Sticks, extendible items or drones allowed on tour. Please plan accordingly.
Gold Creek Salmon Bake

Gold Creek Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU25
Prices: Adult 551.65 / Child 496.48 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 06:30 pm, May 26, 11:30 am, May 26, 05:30 pm, May 26, 12:30 pm
Venture into the heart of Alaska's rainforest to experience Juneau's Gold Creek Salmon Bake, a tradition that's been perfected for almost 40 years. Enjoy wild salmon that’s been grilled over fires of fragrant alder wood, along with a robust selection of other sides in a beautiful creekside setting while a musician sets a festive mood. Roast a marshmallow, watch our Master Totem Pole Carver at work or stroll to Salmon Creek Falls before returning for seconds.
Highlights:
  • Feast on wild salmon and other delicacies at an all-you-can-eat adventure in a beautiful outdoor setting.
  • Enjoy sitting by the campfire, discover the art of Totem Pole carving, try your hand at gold panning and much more.
  • Stay and relax as long as you like or eat and run with the shuttle service, departing every 20-30 minutes.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes
Important Notes:
  • Beer and wine are available for purchase.
  • Rain or shine: Translucent domes offer diners ample protection from the elements.
  • Vegetarian dining options also offered by tour operator.
Taste of Juneau

Taste of Juneau

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUA1
Prices: Adult 832.15 / Child 748.93 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 10:30 am
Begin your excursion with a visit of the Alaska Brewery, home of some of Alaska's best brews. As you enter the tasting room you'll have a view of the brewing process as it's happening, as well as the opportunity to sample some of the beers. Next, head off to the Brotherhood Bridge scenic viewpoint. Here, gaze upon the Mendenhall valley, its river, forestlands and famous glacier in the distance. Also learn the significance of this bridge, whose design commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. Conclude your fun-filled day by learning how to prepare authentic Alaska dishes with the head chef of Chez Alaska Cooking School. PRF4
Highlights:
  • Visit the Alaska Brewery, home to some of the top beers worldwide, and sample some of the custom brews made here.
  • Soak in the views of the Mendenhall Valley from the Brotherhood Bridge; learn about the cultural significance of this landmark.
  • Learn culinary secrets from the head chef at Chez Alaska Cooking School and sample the chef's creations.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sunglasses and hat
Important Notes:
  • Tour participants must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol.
Mendenhall Lake Canoe

Mendenhall Lake Canoe

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU99
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 40 pounds
Max Weight: 350 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 01:30 pm
Paddle across Mendenhall Lake, navigating past icebergs, surrounded by Alaskan wildlife on an exceptionally stable, 28-foot, traditional Tlingit-style canoe, with all modern safety gear supplied. Venture within a safe distance of the awe-inspiring face of the Mendenhall Glacier and the beautiful Nugget Falls. Then end your day with an Alaskan-style snack. Due to the close approach to the glacier face, the Forest Service tightly controls the number of participants. Be one of the lucky few to experience this one-of-a-kind adventure.
Highlights:
  • Paddle across Mendenhall Lake, navigating past icebergs, surrounded by one of the richest samplings of Alaskan wildlife.
  • Venture within a safe distance of the massive, awe-inspiring face of the living Mendenhall Glacier.
  • Grab a thrill ride by skirting the base of the beautiful and powerful Nugget Falls and enjoy an Alaskan-style snack.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm clothing/layers
  • Gloves
Important Notes :
  • Participants must be at least 40 pounds, but not more than 350 pounds.
  • Participants must be able to get in and out of canoe must be able to paddle for approximately 1.5 hours.
  • Life jackets and rain gear are provided.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
Town, Tram, Trek and Tea

Town, Tram, Trek and Tea

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUB1
Prices: Adult 925.65 / Child 833.08 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 09:30 am
Meet a small group of no more than 14 nature enthusiasts for a panoramic exploration of downtown Juneau and points beyond. Join your Professional Interpretive guide for a narrated tour that winds through downtown and showcases significant sites, such as the Capital Building and the Governor’s Mansion. Board Mount Roberts aerial tram for a scenic uphill climb to an elevation 1,800 feet above sea level. Here, you’ll enter a realm of temperate rainforest, sweeping alpine meadows and majestic mountain peaks. Enjoy a guided walk along well-trodden rainforest paths alongside your naturalist guide who’ll provide insight into the biology and wildlife life found along the way. With a little luck, you might spot a wandering black bear, soaring Bald Eagle or an adorable whistling marmot. Make your way to the rustic Alpine Tea House for a tasting of herbal teas, jams, and jellies derived from the bounty of the rainforest.
Highlights:
  • Board the shuttle with your interpretive guide  and wind through downtown Juneau, passing the Capital Building, Governor’s Mansion, and Homestead Park.
  • Take an aerial tram ride up 1,800 feet above sea level for a trek through the tranquil rainforest.
  • Hit the trail with your Naturalist-guide and experience the quiet solitude of the temperate rainforest with a view from the alpine trail.
  • Make a stop at the Alpine Tea House for a snack and sampling of locally sourced herbal teas derived from the rainforest.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Rain jacket/outerwear
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately 0.5 miles over an uneven trail surface with inclines.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting this tour.
  • Tram tickets are included and valid all day.
  • Guests are eligible to win prizes in annual Capture Juneau Photo Contest.
Alpine Zipline Adventure

Alpine Zipline Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUB2
Prices: Adult 1580.15 / Child 1422.14 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 70 pounds, Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
Min Height: 42"
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am
Come experience the wilderness of Alaska on a one-of-a kind adventure – zipping through the rainforest! Navigate through a series of ziplines and suspension bridge, never leaving the treetops! Begin your zipline adventure by taking a "leap of faith" into the canopy. Soar through an old-growth temperate rainforest while the sights and smells of the Alaskan wilderness put a smile on your face. Land in uniquely designed, fully enclosed treehouse platforms where you can comfortably take in the scenery and snap a photo. Your friendly and knowledgeable guides are there every step of the way to ensure safety and share facts about the forest and local area. Come experience the wilderness of Alaska on a one-of-a kind adventure – zipping through the rainforest! Navigate through a series of ziplines, never leaving the treetops! Begin your zipline adventure by taking a "leap of faith" into the canopy. Soar through an old-growth temperate rainforest while the sights and smells of the Alaskan wilderness put a smile on your face. Land in uniquely designed, fully enclosed treehouse platforms where you can comfortably take in the scenery. Your friendly and knowledgeable guides are there every step of the way to ensure safety and share facts about the forest and local area. Before the tour ends, top off your journey by trying your hand at Axe Throwing and embrace your inner lumberjack. Relax back at the lodge and enjoy a snack while sharing a picture slideshow with your friends and family before returning back to your ship.
Highlights:
  • Beautiful setting in an alpine rainforest with surrounding mountain views and rushing streams.
  • No hand-braking required, expert guides handle all of the equipment.
  • Fun for all ages and a great activity for the whole family.
What to Bring:
  • Personal Cameras
  • Video Devices and GoPros
  • Cash or Credit Cards for purchases in the Gift Shop
  • Hat and gloves
  • Extra Rain jacket and pants if desired
What to Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Long pants
  • Hiking boots or sneakers
  • Closed-toed/Closed heeled shoes required – no sandals
Important Notes:
  • Guests should be comfortable with heights and walking up about 50 stairs.
  • This tour is not recommended for people who are pregnant, have seizures or have had recent neck, shoulder or back injuries/surgery.
  • Rain jackets and all safety gear provided.
  • Complimentary Snack and Beverage included.
  • Observer Rate available upon request.
  • Free Wifi in the Lodge.
  • Photographs of the guests/tour are available for purchase on a 2G Photo Carabiner Flash Drive souvenir.
Mendenhall Lake Kayak andSalmon Bake

Mendenhall Lake Kayak and Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUC2
Prices: Adult 2047.65 / Child 1842.89 SEK Restrictions: Max Height: 75"
Min Weight: 40 pounds
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 01:00 pm
Experience the wonder and majesty of the Mendenhall Glacier on this once-in-a-lifetime kayak journey to Mendenhall Lake, followed by a delicious meal at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake. Enjoy a narrated coach ride to the breathtaking Mendenhall Lake. Here, you’ll meet your guide, receive all equipment and instruction, and begin your kayak adventure. Be one of the select few to paddle across this incredible lake, passing stunning icebergs and viewing Alaskan wildlife in its natural habitat. Venture within a safe distance of the massive, awe-inspiring face of the Mendenhall Glacier. See the breathtaking Nugget Falls. Then, after your thrilling journey, you’ll transfer to Gold Creek Salmon Bake for an all-you-can-eat feast set in the Alaskan rainforest. With a marshmallow roasting pit, majestic waterfall, mining relics, and a totem pole carver, the Gold Creek Salmon Bake has something for everyone.
Highlights:
  • Venture within a safe distance of the massive and awe-inspiring Mendenhall Glacier.
  • Enjoy a salmon feast at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Walking shoes
  • Wind / water resistant jacket
  • Gloves and an extra pair of socks
Important Notes:
  • Guests must weigh less than 275 pounds to participate.
  • Guests must weigh more than 40 pounds to participate.
  • Protective raingear, boots, and life jackets are provided.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • Guests must be able to paddle for approximately 2 hours and climb in and out of the kayak with limited assistance.
  • Guests over 6’3” will not be able to use the rudder pedals to steer.
  • Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Children 13 to 17 must have a signed parental consent form to participate without parent or guardian.
Paddle with Whales KayakAdventure

Paddle with Whales Kayak Adventure

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUC7
Prices: Adult 4759.15 / Child 4283.24 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 275 pounds
Min Age: 6
Max Height: 80"
Duration: 6 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 08:30 am
Immerse yourself in Alaska’s untouched wilderness on this Alaskan must-do experience. You'll board a small boat and venture up the Inside Passage to the richest humpback whale feeding grounds in Alaska. As the captain cruises through the Channel Island State Marine Park, your naturalist guide will provide a natural history narrative of this diverse ecosystem featuring Alaska's most majestic creatures. Your captain will land the boat on a remote island just in time for some hearty Alaskan snacks. Before launching the kayaks into the ocean, your kayak guide will provide safety and paddle instruction, and then you will embark on an intimate wildlife viewing quest. Keep your eyes on the water for breaching humpbacks, killer whales, porpoises and sea lions! Don't forget to also cast your eyes skyward, where bald eagles and other sea birds may be overlooking your journey, waiting to be spotted. At the conclusion of your kayaking adventure, you will cruise back to the mainland enjoying further wildlife viewing opportunities.
Highlights:
  • Travel to Lincoln Island on a water taxi and explore its breathtaking remote wilderness.
  • Paddle your kayak through a private cove.
  • Trek through the rainforest and discover incredible observation points.
  • Explore the beach and intertidal zones, and view marine wildlife.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellant
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Light sweater or pullover
  • Jeans or trousers
  • Socks recommended
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be at least 8 years old to participate. Guests must weigh less than 250 pounds to participate.
  • Guests must be under 6 feet 8 inches tall to participate. Guests with concerns should consult their personal physician.
  • Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour. Pregnant women must submit medical note to participate.
  • Kayaks can accommodate a maximum torso (waist-chest) diameter of 58 inches. Maximum combined weight limit for 2-person kayak is 600 pounds.
  • Guests must be able to climb a short bow ladder to enter and exit water taxi.
  • Guests must be able to walk over slippery rocks and primitive wilderness areas that include wet and uneven terrain.
  • Guests must be physically fit to drag kayaks short distances, in order to get inside and out of kayak.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests will be entering a wilderness environment without restroom facilities. Guides are available to explain protocol regarding human waste and general “Leave No Trace” ethics in order to minimize impact on wilderness areas.
  • Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical conditions must take particular caution when selecting a tour, particularly tours categorized as strenuous.
Mendenhall Glacier CanoePaddle and Trek

Mendenhall Glacier Canoe Paddle and Trek

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JUD2
Prices: Adult 4104.65 / Child 3694.19 SEK Restrictions: Max Weight: 250 pounds
Min Age: 12
Max Height: 80"
Duration: 6 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 07:30 am
Embark on a trek into the Alaskan wilderness, joining our expert guides for a canoe paddle and trek over the breathtaking Mendenhall Glacier. Begin your adventure with a paddle past ice bergs, giant waterfalls, and arctic tern nesting sites on Mendenhall Lake, marveling at incredible views of the glacier from your watercraft. Receive expert paddle instruction from guides certified by the American Canoe Association. Then, trade out your paddling gear for backpacks and crampons, and trek over the surface of the glacier. This once-in-a-lifetime experience will take you past glittering ice caves and dark crevasses. Admire pristine melt water streams and pure blue pools. Learn about the ecological timeline as you uncover the secrets of the ancient past locked in ice. The melt path of the glacier reveals the geological history of the region. This multi-sport adventure will allow you to discover the Mendenhall Glacier by land and water.
Highlights:
  • Paddle past ice bergs, waterfalls, and arctic tern nesting cliffs.
  • Put on your crampons and explore glacial features, including ice caves, crevasses, melt water streams, and blue pools.
  • Admire breathtaking views of the Mendenhall Glacier from both the lake and the trail.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellant
  • Binoculars
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Layered clothing (insulating top layer, fleece jacket)
  • Non-cotton pants
  • Sturdy hiking boots, preferably high-top and waterproof
  • Long underwear (temperature and weather dependent)
Important Notes:
  • This tour is strenuous. Guests must be at least 12 years old to participate. Guests must weigh less than 250 pounds to participate.
  • Guests must be less than 6 feet 8 inches tall. Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
  • Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select this tour.
  • Guests will be entering a wilderness environment without restroom facilities.
  • Guides will be available to explain protocol for disposing of human waste and Leave no Trace ethics to minimize our impact on wilderness areas.
  • Guests must be able to walk over potentially slippery rocks on the beach, and trek through primitive wilderness areas that include varied, wet, and uneven terrain.
  • Guests must be able to drag boats short distances and must be able to enter and exit watercraft.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests will be entering a temperate rainforest environment and should dress accordingly.
  • Rain gear and all paddling and trekking gear will be provided except for hiking boots and personal clothing items.
Alaska Culinary Experienceand Evening Whale Quest

Alaska Culinary Experience and Evening Whale Quest

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU30
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 05:00 pm
Embark on a romantic evening cruise where you’ll savor Alaska's diverse culinary delicacies with guaranteed whale sightings. Get the most of your day in Juneau, before boarding one of Alaska’s finest “whales guaranteed” deluxe catamarans where you’ll enjoy a culinary experience that highlights locally sourced cuisine. The menu includes dishes such as halibut Olympia, reindeer sausage cassoulet, snow crab cocktail and locally grown vegetables. A dessert bar features Alaskan wild berry brownies, Alaskan barley cookies and more. Relax and unwind in the warm, spacious main cabin as you journey into Stephens Passage, a breathtaking marine wilderness surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers. This area is the favored summer feeding ground for humpback whales. Marvel as the whales arc their massive tail flukes into the air. Your captain will navigate the boat close enough that you may be able to hear them breathe. If conditions permit, a hydrophone may permit you to hear the song of the whales. Learn about these magnificent mammals from your onboard naturalist and discover the other incredible species that call this wilderness home including killer whales, sea lions, harbor seals and bald eagles.
Highlights:
  • See guaranteed whale sightings from your catamaran's warm, spacious main cabin as you set out to explore Stephen's Passage.
  • Listen to an expert onboard naturalist explanation the behavior and habitat of the humpback whale and other wildlife.
  • Throughout the cruise indulge in Alaska's diverse, locally-sourced, culinary delicacies.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Local currency
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Mendenhall Glacier andSalmon Bake

Mendenhall Glacier and Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU33
Prices: Adult 925.65 / Child 833.08 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:00 am
Embark on an excursion that takes you to the most popular landmark in Juneau and wraps up with an Alaskan-style salmon feast. Enjoy a scenic drive to Mendenhall Glacier, the world’s largest glacier accessible by roadway. Gaze out from the vantage point at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center and marvel at one of North America’s most awe-inspiring wonders. Learn about glacial movement and the immense force of the Mendenhall from the knowledgeable experts at the Visitor Center. From here, you’ll travel to a lovely spot in the Alaskan rainforest for an al fresco salmon bake. Relax to musical entertainment and warm up in the covered and heated pavilion. Or, go for a trek to find a nearby creek, waterfall, and the remnants of an abandoned mine. Then, it’s time to savor a feast of alder wood-grilled salmon, chicken, and an assortment of sides sure to satisfy the heartiest wilderness appetite.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a scenic drive to Mendenhall Glacier, the crown jewel of the Juneau ice field.
  • Take in spectacular views and capture stunning photos of this natural wonder and national treasure.
  • Savor an outdoor Alaskan salmon bake, featuring alder wood-grilled salmon and all the trimmings.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Busses depart regularly back to pier, return at your leisure.
Whale Quest, Orca PointLodge & Mendenhall Glacier

Whale Quest, Orca Point Lodge & Mendenhall Glacier

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU42
Prices: Adult 2047.65 / Child 1842.89 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 09:45 am
Experience the best of Juneau on this unforgettable adventure that guarantees whale sightings, a glimpse of the imperial 12-mile-long Mendenhall Glacier and views of Alaska's impressive natural wildlife and wilderness. Want more? You'll even enjoy native cuisine with a delicious salmon bake breakfast at the stunning Orca Point Lodge. It doesn't get any better than this.
Highlights:
  • Explore Stephen's passage aboard a sleek, jet-powered catamaran.
  • Catch a glimpse of an Alaskan humpback whale and other wildlife in their natural habitats.
  • Enjoy a scrumptious salmon feast fit for kings.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • Tour operators guarantee whale sightings or refund $100 per person.
Historic Gold Panning & Gold Creek Salmon Bake

Historic Gold Panning & Gold Creek Salmon Bake

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU32
Prices: Adult 832.15 / Child 748.93 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 11:30 am, May 26, 09:30 am
Enjoy a tour of Juneau including the state capitol, before arriving at Gold Creek and "Last Chance Basin" to pan for gold. Learn to pan in the creek, or in the waist high demonstration trough. Then, journey to a lush rain forest and creek, your setting for the Gold Creek Salmon Bake an all you can eat adventure that’s been a tradition for more than 30 years. Then stroll through forest to the lovely Salmon Creek waterfall.
Highlights:
  • Pan for gold in Gold Creek at "Last Chance Basin," where you're guaranteed to find gold.
  • Savor an all-you-can-eat adventure in a unique outdoor setting at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake.
  • Roast marshmallows over a campfire, stroll to the waterfall, watch the Master Carver carve a cedar totem pole and silver jewelry or pan for gold.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Helicopter Glacier Walkabout

Helicopter Glacier Walkabout

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU28
Prices: Adult 4478.65 / Child 4030.79 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Min Age: 8
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:30 am, May 26, 01:30 pm
Embark on a 30-minute helicopter flight over gorgeous Juneau before your pilot chooses a landing site on one of 36 majestic glaciers. Then take a one-hour guided walk with ample time for photo opportunities. You’ll be outfitted in windproof/waterproof outerwear, hard shell mountaineering boots with crampons, a waist pack complete with a granola bar and water, and a trekking poll for added stability on the glacier. Embark on an unforgettable Alaskan adventure.
Highlights:
  • Fly over the temperate rainforests and granite peaks that surround Alaska's capital city of Juneau.
  • Land on one of the 36 glaciers that flow from the 1,500 square mile Juneau Ice Field.
  • Take a walk as your guide provides insightful information about the glacier's features and allows time for photo opportunities.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Minimum age to participate is 8 years old.
  • All participants must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Guests weighing 250 pounds or more will be assessed a weight surcharge.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
Mendenhall Glacier andGardens

Mendenhall Glacier and Gardens

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU38
Prices: Adult 738.65 / Child 664.78 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 08:30 am, May 26, 01:00 pm
Take a fully narrated tour of Alaska's Glacier Gardens Rainforest and visit the famous Mendenhall Glacier. Hear how local owners came to develop the area and the history behind their notorious upside down trees. Then, embark on a mile long journey into the rainforest. Enjoy a brief stop in the greenhouse at the bottom of the mountain before traveling to Mendenhall Glacier, where you'll walk along the trails and watch a short movie about its history.
Highlights:
  • Explore Rainforest Gardens' colorful history as you walk through its lower garden, amazingly designed landscapes, and cascading stream.
  • Ascend to the heart of the rainforest at an elevation of 580 feet, and soak in the breathtaking views.
  • Visit Mendenhall Glacier, a massive river of compressed blue ice, and the largest, most rugged glacier accessible by road.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes :
  • U.S. Forest Service at visitor center available to answer your questions.
Mendenhall Glacier, WhaleWatching & Wildlife Quest

Mendenhall Glacier, Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU40
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am, May 26, 12:45 pm
Experience Alaska’s two most popular attractions – glaciers and wildlife – on one incredible excursion. Begin with a panoramic drive through the Mendenhall Valley to Auke Bay, where you’ll board a waterjet-powered catamaran for a whale-watching cruise. Relax in the spacious heated cabin as your Captain navigates through the island-studded waters of Stephen’s Passage. This is prime whale watching territory. In fact, in 15 years, this crew has never failed to sight whales. They’re so confident, in fact, that If you don’t spot a whale, they guarantee a $100 cash refund. You’re most likely to spend time viewing the world famous Humpback Whales and sleek Killer Whales. Also look for porpoises, Bald Eagles, Harbor Seals, Sea Lions, and other wildlife. Afterwards, enjoy a narrated drive to Mendenhall Glacier. Trek along scenic viewing trails for incredible photo opportunities, and learn about the awesome force of glaciers from Forest Service experts at the Mendenhall Visitor Center.
Highlights:
  • Explore Alaska’s spectacular wilderness by land and sea on a combination motor coach and catamaran adventure.
  • Discover the stunning blue-ice Mendenhall Glacier and take in the beauty of Juneau’s unspoiled landscape while traveling through Mendenhall Valley.
  • Glide along the pristine waters of Stephen’s Passage and enjoy incredible views of snow-capped mountains, towering glaciers, and Alaska’s abundant wildlife.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests should be able to walk at least 250 yards unassisted over inclined pathways.
  • Tour operator guarantees whale sightings. If not, guests will receive a $100 cash refund per person when disembarking the catamaran.
  • The catamaran is equipped with restroom facilities.
  • Binoculars and souvenir route maps are provided, along with complimentary snacks and beverages.
Whale Watching and WildlifeQuest

Whale Watching and Wildlife Quest

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU39
Prices: Adult 1486.65 / Child 1337.99 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 08:00 am, May 26, 12:45 pm
Embark on a spectacular sightseeing cruise to discover some of Alaska's most majestic creatures - humpback whales. Your quest begins aboard a specially crafted catamaran, cruising through scenic Auke Bay, where you can take in breathtaking views of lush vegetation and stay on the lookout for other wildlife. It’s the adventure of a lifetime! Bring a raincoat to be able to sit on the observation (open-air) deck.
Highlights:
  • Gaze upon dozens of Alaska's most elusive wildlife.
  • Sail across Stephen's Passage aboard a sleek catamaran.
  • Catch spectacular views of snow-capped mountains and glaciers.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Binoculars
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Wind /water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Day-use Binoculars and a souvenir wildlife guide and map are provided.
  • Complimentary snacks and beverages are provided.
  • Tour operators guarantee whale sightings or refund $100 per person.
Whale Watching andMendenhall Glacier PhotoSafari

Whale Watching and Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU45
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 26, 12:00 pm, May 26, 08:30 am
Take a specialty excursion with an Alaska naturalist photographer and board a safari vessel for a journey to beautiful Stephens Passage. Begin capturing Alaska’s “magical moments” at Mendenhall Glacier, where you’ll walk along a scenic rainforest trail, encountering a variety of amazing wildlife to inspire your creativity. Then, by sea, capture shots of humpback whales and other incredible marine creatures as you journey through the pristine waterways of Stephens Passage.
Highlights:
  • Capture shots of beaver dams, salmon streams, and remarkable glacier panoramas at the Mendenhall Glacier.
  • Snap photos of humpbacks, orcas, porpoise, sea lions, harbor seals, eagles, salmon, and even black bears at Stephens Passage.
  • Enjoy your memories with a frameable postcard and instructions to access exclusive online photography tutorials, slideshows, historical images and a printable tip sheet (All content is free and downloadable to any device)
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes
  • Group size is limited to 14 maximum to ensure a comfortable and interactive atmosphere.
  • Guests must be willing and able to walk approximately 0.75 miles and be on their feet for 1.25 hours.
  • Bottled water and a snack pack are provided.
  • A complimentary single use camera is included for each child up to 12 years.
  • This tour operates in all weather conditions.
  • All guests eligible to win Capture Juneau Photo Contest.
  • Guests guaranteed whale sightings or receive a $100 cash refund from tour operator at the conclusion of the tour.
  • Rain gear and umbrellas are provide.
  • Guests are eligible to win prizes in the annual "Capture Juneau Photo Contest"
Dog Sledding on theMendenhall Glacier byHelicopter

Dog Sledding on the Mendenhall Glacier by Helicopter

Juneau, Alaska
May 26, 2020

Code: JU43
Prices: Adult 6348.65 / Child 5713.78 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 26, 10:45 am, May 26, 08:45 am
Embark on a journey that takes to the air and sets you down on one of Alaska’s most famous glaciers. Begin by boarding a helicopter and taking off into the crisp Alaskan sky. Look out to see snow-capped peaks and dense-green rainforest below. Your destination is the surface of the Mendenhall Glacier, a 12-mile-long protected area within the Tongass National Forest. Feel the amazing sensation as you hover over the Mendenhall Glacier and slowly descend for a perfect landing. Step out and marvel at the frozen landscape. Meet up with a group of expert mushers, and, oh say, 300 energetic Alaskan Huskies, to learn the ins and outs of the state’s favorite and furriest sport. Snap photos with the irresistible crowd of canines, and then experience the thrill of a lifetime. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
Highlights:
  • Ride a helicopter over some of Juneau's most striking landscapes.
  • Feel the thrill of mushing across Mendenhall Glacier with your very own sled dog team.
  • Enjoy an exciting interactive experience with over 300 Alaskan Huskies.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Warm clothing
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Hiking/walking shoes
Important Notes:
  • This tour includes approximately 30 minutes of flight time.
  • Guests must register their body weight at the time of booking.
  • Guests weighing 250 pounds or more (fully clothed) will be assessed a weight surcharge ($100), which will be manually added to your account.
  • No bags allowed on the helicopter.
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • TEMSCO Helicopters does not permit the use of iPads, iPad Minis or any tablet device on our flightseeing tours. No Go-Pro Sticks, extendible items or drones allowed on tour. Please plan accordingly.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
White Pass Railway andSkagway Highlights

White Pass Railway and Skagway Highlights

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK49
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 08:15 am, May 27, 11:45 am
Return to the rough-and-tumble years of the Klondike Gold Rush, and ride through breathtaking scenery on this panoramic excursion. You’ll begin by boarding a vintage railcar of the famed White Pass and Yukon Route Railway, a narrow-guide railroad that once carried gold seekers hoping to strike it rich. Settle into a comfy seat, a modern new addition, and rumble through Alaska’s evergreen forests in the shadows of soaring snow-capped mountains. Marvel at the unspoiled vistas on your outbound journey that crosses over the Canadian border. Transfer to a motor coach for a return trip that showcases natural wonders and remnants of the Gold Rush era. Stop for photos in Tormented Valley, a stark landscape of sub-arctic alpine tundra, and see the tumbling waters of Pitchfork Falls. You’ll also pass Dead Horse Gulch, where nearly 3,000 overloaded and overworked pack animals died as fevered stampeders rushed forth to stake their claims.
Highlights:
  • Relax on a ride aboard Skagway’s famous narrow-gauge railroad, The White Pass and Yukon Route Railway.
  • Rumble through a landscape of evergreen forests and snow-capped mountain peaks.
  • Return on a scenic drive that points out the historic sites of the Klondike Gold Rush.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must carry passports (visa if required) for the US/Canada border crossing.
  • Written consent is required for children traveling into Canada without both parents.
  • Tour may operate in reverse order.
  • This tour is equipped to accommodate guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility.
Golden GlassblowingExperience

Golden Glassblowing Experience

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK53
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 5
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 11:30 am, May 27, 07:45 am
Meet local Alaskan glass artists at their studio on this intimate glass-blowing workshop at the tranquil Jewell Gardens. Learn the ancient art of working with molten glass from local Alaskan glass artists. Jewell Gardens is the only public glassblowing studio in Alaska. During this intimate group workshop, you’ll choose your own design and color combinations, and create your own Alaskan keepsake. Learn how to work with molten glass and even incorporate 23-karat gold to spectacular effect. After your glassblowing workshop, sit down to an indulgent tea service, featuring fresh organic ingredients from the garden. Sip a glass of complimentary beer, wine, coffee, tea, or mint lemonade. Warm yourself with a bowl of homemade soup. Enjoy a fresh organic garden salad, a smoked salmon or vegetarian quiche, and enjoy an incredible dessert tea plate featuring ruby begonia bars, carrot cakes, scones, mini quiche, cucumber sandwiches, and chocolates.
Highlights:
  • Experience a hands-on adventure, designing your own glass-blown art, while taking a piece of Alaska culture home with you.
  • Discover the history behind ancient glass artwork, while you mold and create your own glass masterpiece.
  • Incorporate 23K gold into your creation, if you'd like, for a truly spectacular effect.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Light clothing
Important Notes:
  • Tour includes tea service or light meal.
Glacier Discovery byHelicopter

Glacier Discovery by Helicopter

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK50
Prices: Adult 3543.65 / Child 3189.29 SEK Restrictions: Surcharge Weight Limit: 250 pounds
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 09:00 am, May 27, 12:45 pm, May 27, 10:30 am
Leave civilization behind as you embark on an unforgettable journey to Alaska's remote glaciers. Begin your adventure at the historic Skagway waterfront, where you'll be outfitted with boots and vests before boarding a helicopter. Once you lift off, the magic begins. Fly across regal mountains, majestic valleys and colossal glaciers before landing on a magnificent glacier. Once you land, you'll have the opportunity to explore one of nature's greatest marvels on foot.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a bird's-eye-view of Skagway's breathtaking landscape as your helicopter soars through the sky.
  • See Mother Nature's best creations including the Chilkat Glacier, Ferebee Glacier, and Meade Glacier.
  • Experience what it feels like to stand on a glacier and walk across a river of ice.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship. SK50
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
  • Gloves
Important Notes:
  • Approximately 40 minutes of flight time and 40 minutes on the glacier.
  • Due to helicopter weight restrictions, participants must register weight when booking.
  • Flight routes and landing zones are selected daily based on weather forecast.
  • Times are dependent on weather and glacial conditions.
  • Guests over 250 lbs will pay additional $100 weight surcharge. Surcharge will be manually added to guest's account.
  • TEMSCO Helicopters does not permit the use of iPads, iPad Minis or any tablet device on our flightseeing tours. No Go-Pro sticks, extendable items, drones, or bags of any kind allowed on tour. Please plan accordingly.
  • Kindly note that Federal Aviation Administration regulations require that all children 24 months and older on any aircraft must occupy their own seat which must be paid for. If you are taking this shore excursion with an infant aged between 24 and 36 months this payment will be processed onboard your ship.
The Big Nugget

The Big Nugget

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKD6
Prices: Adult 1206.15 / Child 1085.53 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 08:45 am
Immerse yourself in Alaskan adventure, history, and culture on this exclusive, full-access, privately-guided journey to Alaska 360’s Dredge Town. Meet Iditarod sled dogs and mushers. Hold the puppies and interact with the sled team. Learn about the rich history of Alaska’s state sport. Marvel at the team’s discipline, enthusiasm, and skill during a demonstration sled run. Then, bundle up and experience an Alaskan winter at the 40-Below Experience and get a glimpse of gold rush life. Next, visit a soda factory where root beer and other soft drinks are hand crafted. You will get to bottle your own bottle of root beer and sample all of the brews. At the Alaskan BBQ, enjoy a delicious smoked BBQ lunch. Dine on the riverside patio or rooftop decks, with beautiful mountain views. Finally, uncover the inner workings of a gold dredge, and learn how to pan for gold in the heated toughs—gold discoveries guaranteed.
Highlights:
  • Meet Iditarod dogs and their mushers, and learn about the role sled dogs played in Alaska’s gold rush history.
  • Bundle up and enter the 40-below chamber to experience how it feels during the Alaskan winter.
  • Bottle your own bottle of root beer and learn about how the amazing Alaskan water makes everything special.
  • Savor a BBQ buffet, enjoying smoked ribs, chicken, pork, delicious sides and dessert on the riverside patios or rooftop decks.
  • Visit the gold dredge and uncover its inner workings, followed by the opportunity to try your hand at gold panning.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately 100 yards over wood walkways.
  • Guests of all ages may participate in this tour. 
  • Non-alcoholic beverages are available for underage guests.
  • For the consumption of alcohol, guest must be 21 years old.
Alaskan Native Experience &the Whale House Collection

Alaskan Native Experience & the Whale House Collection

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKD5
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 27, 09:30 am
Discover Alaskan Tlingit culture on this full-day journey to a native Klukwan village. Your adventure begins with a scenic cruise on a high-speed catamaran between Skagway and Haines. You’ll be accompanied by our expert naturalist guide who will introduce you to the natural wonders and beauty of Alaska. Then, ride through the scenic Chilkat Valley, arriving at the village of Klukwan where you’ll uncover local history, culture, and traditions. Visit the Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center where you’ll learn about Tlingit crafts and art. Here, you’ll admire the incredible Whale House Collection, one of the most famous collections of native art in the Pacific Northwest, heralded by scholars as one of the finest of its era. Savor a delicious deli lunch overlooking the Chilkat River. Then, visit the Adze shed where you’ll learn about carving techniques and see the smokehouse where fish are dried and processed using traditional methods.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a scenic catamaran cruise narrated by an expert naturalist guide.
  • Visit the Klukwan Heritage Center and native village, and learn about local ways and customs.
  • View the Whale House Collection, home to some of the most famous pieces of native art in the Pacific northwest.
  • See traditional carving demonstrations at the Adze shed and visit the smokehouse where fish are dried using time-honored methods.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellant
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind/ water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk outside over a variety of flat surfaces and negotiate many steps.
  • Guests must be able to negotiate an incline ramp at the Fast Ferry terminal.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Due to cultural sensitivity guests may be restricted from taking photos and video during their visit to Klukwan.
  • Tour sequence may vary.
Best of Skagway

Best of Skagway

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKD7
Prices: Adult 2515.15 / Child 2263.64 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:30 am
Journey on the White Pass and Yukon Railway, explore a gold rush camp, enjoy a salmon bake and visit the Red Onion Saloon on this Skagway experience of a lifetime. Board the White Pass and Yukon Railway and travel into the scenic mountains, hearing tales of miners who made the journey on foot. In British Columbia, see Tormented Valley and Pitchfork Falls. Then, meet the dance hall girls at the Gold Rush Trail Camp where you’ll learn the art of panning for gold. At the Liarsville Cookhouse, sit down to a sumptuous salmon bake. Next pay a visit to the famous Red Onion Saloon, where you’ll meet the luxury brothel’s madams. In the Bombay Room, toast the ladies of 1898 in style with a glass of champagne. See the prized silver dress and other relics of the “soiled doves.”
Highlights:
  • Travel the White Pass and Yukon Railway, following the footsteps of miners who travelled into the mountains on foot.
  • Discover the incredible beauty of British Columbia’s Tormented Valley and Pitchfork Falls.
  • Immerse yourself in gold rush life at the Gold Rush Trail Camp where you’ll learn how to pan for gold.
  • Savor a delicious meal of wild Alaskan salmon, baked chicken, rice pilaf, salads, baked beans, cornbread, and dessert.
  • Sip a glass of champagne at the famous Red Onion Saloon.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
  • Wind / water resistant jacket
Important Notes:
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately 35 yards over paved sidewalks and packed dirt surfaces, and negotiate 36 steps.
  • The ground at Liarsville is hard packed dirt which may be difficult for wheelchairs to maneuver. Red Onion Saloon does not have an elevator to bring fully-confined guests into the museum. A madam guide can sit with guests downstairs while tour proceeds.
  • Guests must bring their passports and tour tickets to pass immigration control.
  • This excursion crosses the U.S./Canada border.
  • Written consent is required for children travelling into Canada without both parents.
  • Due to climatic changes, no guarantee is given for views at any time.
  • Parents and legal guardians should take into account that the Red Onion Saloon portion of the tour includes talk about sensitive topics, including prostitution. The narrative contains innuendo.
Musher's Camp and Gem Mining

Musher's Camp and Gem Mining

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKCM
Prices: Adult 1206.15 / Child 1085.53 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:40 am, May 27, 10:40 am
Travel to our fun Adventure Camp where you’ll cuddle with Alaska sled dogs and meet the mushers, followed by time for the kids to mine for gems while the adults enjoy quiet time in the lush Alaska forest. Board your coach for a historic drive through downtown Skagway, passing nine miles of stunning Alaska coastline. At our Adventure Camp, experience an interactive presentation about Alaskan dog sledding. Our mushers will share their passion for dog sledding and tell their fascinating stories from the trail. Learn about the rich history of dog sledding and get the chance to cuddle with the puppies. Then, the kids can join our guide to learn the fine art of panning for gems, while the adults can take a serene nature hike to beautiful waterfalls. Feel the peace of a lush Alaska forest. Finally, relax in the saloon with a deck overlooking the children’s adventures.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a scenic coach journey through downtown Skagway, viewing nine miles of breathtaking Alaska coastline.
  • Learn about Alaskan dog mushing and meet the sled dogs, with time to play with the puppies.
  • Let the kids mine for gems with the guide, while adults can enjoy a serene nature hike through the forest.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately 50 yards and raise the knee 12 inches to accommodate 3 steps inside and out of the vehicle.
  • Guests must exit the coach when they arrive at camp.
  • There will be an optional self-guided hike available for adults. The hike is over dirt paths and natural terrain and is approximately 1 mile.
Glacier Point ATV Adventure

Glacier Point ATV Adventure

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKE1
Prices: Adult 3637.15 / Child 3273.44 SEK Restrictions: Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
Min Height: 58"
Duration: 6 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 07:30 am
Join your guides for a scenic cruise down Lynn Canal, one of the longest fjords in North America. Along the way, keep an eye out for wildlife, including whales, seals and eagles. At the end of your cruise, land at Glacier Point. From there it's a short walk down the beach to the ATV camp, where your guides will show you the ins and outs of your four-passenger ATV. Then it's time to hit the trails, following your guide through hair-raising twists and turns through the forest. As the trail opens up, you'll be treated to one-of-a-kind views of the Davidson Glacier. Back at the beach, enjoy a picnic lunch before taking the return cruise to town.
Highlights:
  • Take a scenic cruise down Lynn Canal, one of the longest fjords in North America.
  • Watch for whales, seals, and eagles as you cruise to Glacier Point.
  • Follow your guide through hair-raising twists and turns through the forest, capping off the ride with stunning views of the Davidson Glacier.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate layers
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk approximately .2 miles over sandy, rocky surfaces, with inclines and about 12 steps and extended periods of standing.
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate.
  • Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour — particularly tours categorized as "strenuous".
  • Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Pregnant women should not select this tour.
  • Guests in wheelchairs and others with limited mobility should not select this tour.
  • Guests prone to motion sickness should take precautions.
  • Guests must sign a waiver form to participate.
  • Guests should not carry or wear valuable items for this active excursion.
  • Guests must be at least 18 years old and present a valid driver's license to operate ATV. Participation limited but minimum required for tour to operate. Tour sequence may vary. Guests may get dirty (muddy or dusty) during the course of the tour.
Klondike Rock ClimbingAdventure

Klondike Rock Climbing Adventure

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKE6
Prices: Adult 1393.15 / Child 1253.84 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Min Weight: 50 pounds Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:30 am, May 27, 11:15 am
Thrill seekers get their fill on a three-hour outdoor Alaskan adventure that includes a scenic Klondike Highway drive and rainforest nature hike, plus adrenaline-rushing rock climbing at White Pass, with all the necessary gear. A 20-minute van ride on the historic Klondike Highway leads you past picturesque lakes and rivers on a trail that prospectors once used during the 1898 Gold Rush. Hop off and follow your guide on an uphill hike through the rainforest across trails teeming with local plants and wildlife. Then meet your professional climbing guides, who will offer a safety briefing and outfit you with all the essential equipment — climbing shoes, a helmet and harness will keep you safe. You can choose from over a dozen climbing routes suited for all ability levels, as no experience is necessary. Then get ready for the thrill of a lifetime as you climb a rock face carved out over time by Alaska's mighty glaciers. Take in sweeping views of the river below during the climb — and enjoy light snacks and hot cocoa as a tasty way to cap off the action-packed experience.
Highlights:
  • Choose from more than a dozen climbing routes, each one rewarding you with an amazing river view.
  • Enjoy a driving tour of downtown Skagway and a guided hike to the rock climbing site.
  • No experience required. This tour offers great climbs and professional instruction for all abilities and skill levels.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe shoes for hiking
  • Socks for climbing shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate layers
Important Notes:
  • Climbing shoes, harness and helmet are all provided. Climb outside on natural Alaskan granite.
  • Climbs for all ability levels, no experience necessary.
  • Climbing not required; guests can enjoy a cliff-side snack and breathtaking mountain views.
  • Guests need to be able to hike for a few minutes over uneven terrain, and should dress in warm clothing that allows for good flexibility.
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
Gold Panning, Sled Dogs &Exclusive Scenic Railway

Gold Panning, Sled Dogs & Exclusive Scenic Railway

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKD9
Prices: Adult 2141.15 / Child 1927.04 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 6 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:45 am, May 27, 08:45 am
Step back into the Klondike gold-rush era as you board a private rail car to ride the White Pass Scenic Railway in style. A costumed escort straight from 1898 will entertain you and share stories of prospecting, and the years when thousands of hopefuls poured into Skagway and Dyea, departure points for the goldfields in which they hoped to make their fortunes. The iconic narrow-gauge White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, carved out from rugged terrain more than 100 years ago, offers spectacular views as the cars chug toward the summit, where guests enjoy a sparkling cider toast and snacks. At Alaska 360’s Dredge Town, re-create the experience of those early "stampeders" by panning for gold and then checking with the assayer to determine the value of your find. Meet Alaskan mushers and their dogs. Watch the dogs run and see what the team can do, then play with the puppies and fall in love. Experience what the prospectors did (briefly) with a walk in the frigid 40-below chamber.
Highlights:
  • Travel in style aboard the White Pass Scenic Railway and enjoy eye-popping views en route to the summit.
  • Learn what prospectors encountered in their search for unlimited — but mostly elusive — riches.
  • Take a firsthand look at the life of an Alaskan musher and his team.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Warm clothes
Important Notes:
  • This tour is equipped to accommodate guests in wheelchairs and those with limited mobility.
  • Guests must navigate three steps to enter and exit train.
  • Gold panning and sled dog activities may be reversed.
Chilkoot Trail Hiking andRafting

Chilkoot Trail Hiking and Rafting

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKE7
Prices: Adult 1299.65 / Child 1169.68 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 7
Min Weight: 350 pounds Max Weight: 350 pounds
Duration: 4 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:30 am, May 27, 10:30 am
The Canadian Gold Rush Trail, also known as the Chilkoot Trail, was the most direct route prospectors could take to reach the Yukon River during the Klondike Gold Rush. Depart Skagway, once a busy tent city filled with fortune hunters dreaming of untold wealth, and follow in the prospectors’ footsteps as you hike the first two gentle miles of their journey. Drink in the beauty and tranquility of the lush rainforest, listen to birdsong and marvel at colorful wildflowers as the trail ascends to Saintly Hill, where gorgeous views await. At the scenic Taiya River, board an 18-foot craft for the peaceful float (no whitewater) to the tidal estuary that offers spectacular views of fjords, snow-capped peaks, hanging glaciers, and fields of flowers. This tour will expand your understanding of this region’s dramatic history, even as you marvel at its peaceful stillness today.
Highlights:
  • Hike the first portion of the historic Chilkoot Trail, the centerpiece of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.
  • Delve into the area’s fascinating history as you follow your guide through the lush rainforest, observing wildflowers, colorful birds, and all manner of wildlife.
  • Float between majestic snow-capped peaks to the tidal estuary, where the forest gives way to fields of beach greens and wild iris.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass/photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Sun protection
  • Insect repellent
What to Wear:
  • Closed-toe hiking shoes
  • Weather-appropriate layers
  • Rain gear, depending on conditions
Important Notes:
  • Guests with back, neck or heart problems and expectant mothers may not participate.
  • Guests require full use of both arms and legs to participate.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition should take particular caution when selecting a tour. Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
  • Guests must be in good health and must be able to hike approximately 2 miles over uneven terrain with an elevation gain and descent of 350 feet.
  • The hiking trail is over natural rocky terrain with roots and some muddy sections on damp days. It is steep in some sections.
  • This is a physical activity and guests should be comfortable hiking over natural terrain with uphill sections and be able to sit upright on the side of a raft for 40 minutes.
  • Personal flotation devices and rubber boots are provided for the float portion of the tour; rain ponchos are available for the hike.
Celebrity DiscoveryCollection: Klondike Journeyand Alaskan High Tea

Celebrity Discovery Collection: Klondike Journey and Alaskan High Tea

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKE9
Prices: Adult 1112.65 / Child 1001.38 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 27, 08:15 am
A tour to behold: Beauty, history, and tea in Skagway, Alaska. This scenic adventure begins with a narrated, picturesque drive up the Klondike Highway – a road that moderately parallels the route used during the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush – on the way to White Pass Summit. Put your camera to work taking memorable snapshots as you pass historical points of interest such as Pitchfork Falls and Dead Horse Gulch. On the ride back to town, you'll visit Gold Rush Cemetery, the final resting place for many of Skagway's most colorful characters. Your final stop before heading back to the ship, is the botanical Jewell Gardens. Burgeoning with marvelous plants and lovely aromas, here is where you'll enjoy tea and other beverages while sampling fresh appetizers prepared with many ingredients from the garden.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a scenic ride on Klondike Highway, passing the historical landmarks Pitchfork Falls and Dead Horse Gulch.
  • Visit the Gold Rush Cemetery, the final resting place for many of Skagway's most colorful characters.
  • Savor tea and garden-to-table appetizers at Jewell Gardens.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
What to Wear:
  • Light jacket
  • Comfortable walking shoes
Important Notes:
  • Parts of this tour are not wheelchair accessible.
  • This excursion crosses the US-Canadian border, therefore guests are required to carry a passport and visa if required.
Klondike Summit, GoldPanning and Prospector'sLunch

Klondike Summit, Gold Panning and Prospector's Lunch

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKF6
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 917.23 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 08:15 am
Discover Skagway's rich gold-mining history as you traverse the scenic Klondike Highway aboard a comfortable coach, viewing historic landmarks and vestiges of Gold Rush days along the way. Then meet vivacious pioneer characters , where you'll also try your hand at gold panning. Linger over an open-air rustic feast as you approach a tasty spread of alderwood-grilled WILD Alaska salmon, Cheechako chicken, Chilkoot baked beans, Tongass wild-rice pilaf, hot chowder, a selection of sides, salads, and beverages. Eat some blueberry cake for dessert as a sweet finish.
Highlights:
  • Gaze in awe at majesty of the Alaskan wilderness as you journey across the Klondike Highway.
  • Follow in the footsteps of old-time gold seekers as you pan for the precious metal.
  • Learn about Skagway's role in the Gold Rush, an ear when many risked everything in hopes of riches.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Passport
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing including light rainwear
Important Notes:
  • This tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.
  • On this tour, guests may encounter walking on hard-packed dirt and boardwalks.
White Pass Railroad & YukonSuspension Bridge

White Pass Railroad & Yukon Suspension Bridge

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKF8
Prices: Adult 1767.15 / Child 1590.44 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:50 am
Delight in Skagway's fascinating history and spectacular mountainous scenery as you travel to the White Pass Summit and the Yukon Suspension Bridge. Ride a restored vintage rail car on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway (“The Scenic Railway of the World”) as you delight to tales of the Klondike Gold Rush. Next, arrive at Fraser, British Columbia and board a motor coach across White Pass' summit to Tutshi Canyon where you can traverse the Yukon Suspension Bridge and enjoy the breathtaking view.
Highlights:
  • Admire breathtaking wilderness scenery while on an unforgettable journey on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway, a narrow-gauge railway chiseled into a mountain during the Gold Rush.
  • Feel the adrenaline rush of crossing the Yukon Suspension Bridge, dangling 57 feet above a river roiling with class III and IV rapids.
  • Delve into the fascinating history of the region relayed by your informative guide, and stop for photos along the way at places such as Tormented Valley and Pitchfork Falls.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Passport
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
What to Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing including light rainwear
Important Notes:
  • Yukon Suspension Bridge is not wheelchair accessible but there is plenty to see and do at the site without going over the suspension bridge.
Adventure Park and Zip Lines

Adventure Park and Zip Lines

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK59
Prices: Adult 1019.15 / Child 917.23 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 6
Min Weight: 50, Max Weight: 300 pounds
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 27, 10:45 am, May 27, 08:00 am
Fly high over the Alaskan rainforest canopy on this adrenaline-packed zip line adventure. Your journey begins with a scenic drive through Skagway. Travel up into the mountains on the historic Klondike Highway. Then, at the nature park, enjoy a short rainforest hike, arriving at the thrilling attractions. Meet your expert guides, gear up, and get ready to fly. Soar high over the rainforest canopy on six exhilarating zip lines. Scramble over a series of Burma loops, cross harrowing suspension bridges, and challenge yourself to walk over the raised balance beams. Test yourself with the ultimate challenge at the park and “walk the plank.” Fly over a zip line that soars where only the eagles dare. After your zip line adventure, warm yourself with a cup of hot cocoa, tea, or coffee.
Highlights:
  • Drive through downtown Skagway and along the Klondike Highway to the starting point of your nature hike.
  • Experience walking on raised balance beams, crossing suspension bridges, and soaring through the air on multiple zip lines.
  • Zip on the "Walk the Plank" line that soars high above the ground through the Alaskan treetops!
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Shoes with non-slip soles
Important Notes:
  • Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour - particularly tours categorized as "strenuous". Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them.
Yukon Adventure & WhitePass Scenic Railway

Yukon Adventure & White Pass Scenic Railway

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK76
Prices: Adult 1954.15 / Child 1758.74 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 7 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 07:30 am
Explore the historic White Pass Trail of '98 from different perspectives. Begin your day ascending into the mountains aboard the White Pass and Yukon Railway. Next, travel to the historic Trail of '98 to the White Pass Summit and into the Yukon. Ride down the Klondike Highway and visit the Yukon Suspension Bridge at Tutshi Canyon. Take in spectacular views of waterfalls and Alpine Valleys as you journey down White Pass.
Highlights:
  • Ascend into the mountains by train, following the same trail taken by miners more than a century ago.
  • Enjoy a short photo stop at the historic Yukon Territory sign.
  • Experience the exhilaration of crossing a 57-foot high suspension bridge.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Hiking/walking shoes
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must carry passports (visa if required) for the US/Canada border crossing.
  • Written consent is required for children traveling into Canada without both parents.
  • Available views can't always be guaranteed due to climactic changes.
Goldrush Sled Dogs & WhitePass Train Adventure

Goldrush Sled Dogs & White Pass Train Adventure

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK85
Prices: Adult 1860.65 / Child 1674.59 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 5 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 07:40 am
On this tour, you’ll take Skagway’s famous White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad along the eastern side of the White Pass to the 2,865-foot summit. Journey down the west side of White Pass canyon past several landmarks including Dead Horse Gulch, Pitchfork Falls, and the beautiful Tormented Valley. Along the way, stop at Alaska 360 Dredge Town to learn more about modern dog sled racing before meeting a team of sled dogs.
Highlights:
  • Experience an unforgettable journey to the White Pass Summit aboard the historic White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad.
  • Visit Alaska 360 Dredge Town to learn about Alaska's state sport and watch a team of Iditarod sled dogs race.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Tour order may vary.
  • This excursion crosses the US/Canadian border. Guests are required to carry their passport, and visa if required.
  • Written consent required for children traveling into Canada without both parents.
  • With climatic changes, no guarantee is given for viewing areas. 
White Pass Railroad &Klondike Highway Combination- Foreign Languages

White Pass Railroad & Klondike Highway Combination - Foreign Languages

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK88
Prices: Adult 1486.65 / Child 1337.99 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 30 mins Departure Times: May 27, 07:40 am
This tour lets you experience two different sides of White Pass while enjoying a narrated commentary in your native language. First, you'll drive along Klondike Highway, one of North America's most scenic roads, through West White Pass in the St. Elias Range. Then, board a vintage railcar and retrace the "Trail of '98" as you journey down the other side of the canyon. Enjoy spectacular views of mountains, glaciers, and waterfalls along the way.
Highlights:
  • Drive parallel to the historic Gold Rush Trail of '98 as you travel up Klondike Highway through the West White Pass.
  • Ride the famous White Pass & Yukon Railroad through the opposite side of the Pass and down the canyon.
  • Learn about the places you visit in the language of your choosing using a GPS-activated narration.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Passport and other required immgration documents
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Tour order may vary.
  • GPS activated narration available in various languages.
  • Languages include: Spanish, German, French, and Dutch.
  • Japanese, Mandarin, English and Portuguese, also included.
  • • Since this excursion crosses the U.S.-Canadian border, guests must carry their passport, and if applicable, their visa.
Gold Panning, Sled Dogs and40 Below

Gold Panning, Sled Dogs and 40 Below

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK92
Prices: Adult 832.15 / Child 748.93 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 08:45 am
On this tour, you’ll head to Alaska 360’s Dredge Town to discover modern Alaskan sled dog racing and the history behind the Gold Rush. Meet Iditarod sled dogs and their mushers, and watch a demonstration sled run before interacting with the dogs and puppies. Then, prepare to feel the Northern chill in the 40 Below Experience, where you'll feel the effects of the extreme Alaskan cold. Warm up afterwards by learning how to gold pan and trying your skills at the panning sheds.
Highlights:
  • Explore the Klondike Gold Fields that are situated along the famous Skagway River, and surrounded by Alaska's majestic mountains.
  • Meet and greet Iditarod dogs and a musher, and enjoy a presentation introducing Klondike Gold Rush dogs and today's winter runs.
  • Learn various gold panning techniques and search for gold at the warm-water troughs, where gold is guaranteed!
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Snacks and refreshments are available at an additional cost.
Ocean Raft WildlifeAdventure

Ocean Raft Wildlife Adventure

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK84
Prices: Adult 1486.65 / Child 1337.99 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 10
Max Weight: 350 pounds
Min height is 48".
Duration: 2 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 10:15 am
Board a US Coast Guard certified open-vessel for an unforgettable high-speed boat adventure in Lynn Canal, North America’s deepest and longest fjord. Outfitted with an exposure suit, you’ll stay warm and dry as you glide across the water and explore hidden coves and waterfalls. Immerse yourself in the wondrous sights of Alaska’s wilderness, while keeping an eye out for local wildlife as you hover close enough to feel the mist of the glacial waterfalls.
Highlights:
  • Enjoy a rafting excursion through Lynn Canal, offering an up-close and personal look of Alaska's majestic glacier waterfalls.
  • Experience possible sightings of Alaskan wildlife such as whales, eagles, seals, mountain goats, and more.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
  • Change of clothes
What To Wear:
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Wind/water resistant jacket
  • Shoes with non-slip soles
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to walk without assistance.
  • Guests provided with an exposure suit, hats, gloves, and goggles.
  • Physical fitness level and medical history should be considered.
  • Guests with pre-existing injuries, or cardiac , respiratory or any medical conditions should take caution.
  • Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician.
  • This tour is not recommended for pregnant guests.
Adventure Hike Skagway

Adventure Hike Skagway

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SK91
Prices: Adult 738.65 / Child 664.78 SEK Restrictions: Min Age: 8
Duration: 2 hrs 45 mins Departure Times: May 27, 12:00 pm, May 27, 08:00 am
After a brief sightseeing tour of Skagway, you’ll head up the famous White Pass to begin your guided 2-mile hike through Tongass Rainforest, part of largest national forest in the United States. Explore Alaska’s beautiful terrain as you learn about Alaskan foliage, glacial history, and more. Then, visit a scenic overlook where you’ll enjoy a snack and incredible views of Skagway Valley, White Pass, and the Lynn Canal. Guests must be able to hike 2 miles over uneven, natural terrain with a gain in elevation of approximately 650-700 feet.
Highlights:
  • Drive through the town of Skagway en route to Alaska's famous White Pass, where your trailhead begins.
  • Spend approximately 2 hours hiking through the alpine rainforest, surrounded by the snowcapped mountains of the White Pass.
What To Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Camera
  • Sun protection
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Insect repellent
What To Wear:
  • Hiking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Layered clothing
Important Notes:
  • Guests must be able to hike 2 miles over uneven, natural terrain with a gain in elevation of approximately 650-700 feet.
  • Guests should consider their physical fitness level and medical history for tour.
  • Guests with pre-existing injuries, or respiratory, heart or any medical conditions should take caution.
  • Guests who have concerns should consult with their personal physician.
Klondike Summit and GoldRush Sled Dogs

Klondike Summit and Gold Rush Sled Dogs

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKA1
Prices: Adult 645.15 / Child 580.63 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs Departure Times: May 27, 11:40 am
Embark on an adventure across time to relive the days of Alaska’s Gold Rush, while exploring Skagway’s natural beauty, historic landmarks, and dogmushing culture. Your journey begins with a tour of Skagway’s historic downtown area, teeming with wooden boardwalks and false fronted buildings. Soak in the sights as your guide entertains you with stories about the famous and foolhardy who lived in Skagway during the Gold Rush. Then, you’ll follow in the footsteps of early gold seekers as you travel 3,290 feet above sea level to the infamous White Pass Summit, which runs parallel to the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad. Along the way, you’ll enjoy magnificent views of the lush and verdant landscape and discover notable sites, such as the historical areas of Brackett Wagon Road, Pitch Fork Falls, and Dead Horse Gulch, as well as the infamous Tormented Valley. On the return ride to Skagway, you’ll visit Alaska 360 Dredge Town, where you’ll learn what it takes to be an Alaskan Dogsled musher during a live presentation of Alaska's state sport, presented by an Iditarod musher. Discover modern-day mushing tactics, listen to stories of Alaska’s great race, The Iditarod, and watch a video about the dogs of the Gold Rush. You’ll also enjoy the wonderful opportunity to see the beautiful Iditarod sled dogs up-close and interact with them (along with sweet Husky pups) during a mushing demonstration. After, you’ll have some free time to explore the interpretive areas at Klondike Gold Fields and shop.
Highlights:
  • Follow in the footsteps of Alaska’s Gold Rush pioneers as you embark on a fully-narrated tour across the Klondike to discover Skagway’s historic past and rich culture.
  • Listen to the golden tales of Skagway’s Gold Rush days while journeying to the impressive summit of White Pass.
  • View an interactive presentation by Alaskan dogsled musher and watch as a professional dogsled team demonstrates their expert mushing tactics.
  • Enjoy time with the mushing team’s beautiful Husky dogs and pet adorable Husky puppies.
What to Bring :
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Passport
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Rain jacket
What to Wear :
  • Comfortable, layered clothing
  • Walking/hiking shoes
Important Notes :
  • Since this excursion crosses the US/Canadian border, all participants are required to carry their passport, and visa if required. Written consent is required for children traveling into Canada without both parents. Due to climatic changes, no guarantee is given for the views available at any given time.
  • This tour may operate in reverse order.
  • Due to climatic changes, no guarantee is given for the views available at any given time.
White Pass Railway &Klondike Highway Journey

White Pass Railway & Klondike Highway Journey

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKA3
Prices: Adult 1673.65 / Child 1506.29 SEK Restrictions: N/A
Duration: 3 hrs 15 mins Departure Times: May 27, 12:15 pm
Step back in time to relive the glory days of Alaska’s Gold Rush as you board a vintage rail car and retrace the original route up to the Yukon’s White Pass Summit. The world-famous narrow gauge White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, revered as the “Scenic Railway of the World”, promises an unforgettable ride along the eastern side of the historic White Pass as you retrace the steps of early gold seekers, venturing along an iron trail that was built over 100 years ago through some of the North's most rugged terrain. Venture 20 miles toward the impressive 2,865-foot summit, enjoying views of Alaska’s lush and verdant landscape along the way. Upon arrival at the summit, you’ll board a motor coach for a narrated tour back to Skagway. Soak in the marvelous scenery and legendary landmarks as you pass by the historical areas of Brackett Wagon Road, Pitch Fork Falls, Dead Horse Gulch, and the infamous Tormented Valley. Throughout the journey, your guide will regale you with stories of the hardships faced by the stampeders, and how they overcame their struggles against the harsh climate and topography of the region.
Highlights:
  • Experience the beauty of the Yukon’s White Pass Summit by both train and motor coach.
  • Relive the history of Alaska’s Gold Rush era, following in the footsteps of the early gold seekers, as you ride the White Pass Railway and climb the same route as Gold Rush Stampeders.
  • Journey 20 miles from tidewater to the summit of the White Pass - a 2,865-foot elevation.
  • Soak in the magnificent panorama of mountains, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles, and historic sites from the comfort of a vintage railcar.
  • Learn about the significance of the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush and regarded a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
What to Bring:
  • SeaPass card and photo identification
  • Passport (visa if required)
  • Camera
  • Cash/credit cards
  • Rain jacket
What to Wear :
  • Comfortable, layered clothing
  • Hat and sunglasses
Important Notes:
  • Guests must carry passports (visa if required) for the US/Canada border crossing.
  • Written consent is required for children traveling into Canada without both parents.
White Pass Legacy ClubLuxury Railway Experience

White Pass Legacy Club Luxury Railway Experience

Skagway, Alaska
May 27, 2020

Code: SKA6