Ketchikan

Fjords National Monument Seaplane Tour

Duration: 90 Minutes
Overview: A great way to see the beauty of the Misty Fjords National Monument. The Misty Fjords National Monument is a 2.3-million-acre piece of pristine wilderness that must be viewed from the air! A bird's-eye-view is the only way to truly take in the monument's majestic beauty and panoramic scale. From the air you'll see soaring cliffs, saw-tooth ridges blanketed in trademark mists, sky-blue lakes, endless waterfalls and miles of glacier-carved gorges. If you are lucky, you might catch a closer look at creatures big and small, from burly brown bears to agile mountain goats, harbor seals to humpback whales. Photo opportunities of the spectacular views will be plentiful.

Seaplane Spectacular Tour

Duration: 30 Minutes
Overview: Climb aboard, strap on your personal headset and enjoy the spectacular views on this seaplane tour over one of Alaska's most incredible landscapes. From the air, you will see surrounding glacial terrain, lush forests, sky-blue lakes and waterfalls. Depending on your preference, you can be picked up from your hotel, the pier of your cruise line, or at the Ketchikan Visitors Center to start your amazing seaplane tour in Alaska.

Your experienced and knowledgeable pilot will follow a route that takes you through what is known as the Behm Canal. Enjoy great views of rugged mountains, tumbling waterfalls, blue lakes and the many islands that make up the Alexander Archipeligo. This flying adventure will also take you over historical parks dedicated to Alaska's Natives, such as the Totem Bight Historical Park and Saxman Totem Park. You might also get to see marine life, black bears, White Mountain goats and eagles.

Ketchikan Rainforest Canoe and Nature Walk

Duration: 3.5 Hours
Overview: Begin with a scenic coach ride to a secluded mountain lake, where you will board a Native American- style canoe. These fast, stable and easy-to-maneuver canoes are 37 feet long and comfortably seat 20 passengers. Paddle under the direction of an experienced guide, scan the shore for wildlife and learn about the unique Native American history of the area. The lake is surrounded by the lush Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the US. Stop on shore for a Native American-style snack, including smoked fish, clam chowder, bread rolls with wild berry jams and beverages. After refueling, your knowledgeable guide will lead you on a short nature walk highlighting the interesting vegetation and wildlife of the rainforest. Then, paddle back to the canoe dock and board your coach for a relaxing drive back to your hotel.

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