LIGHTHOUSE TOTEMS & EAGLES EXCURSION | KETCHIKAN, ALASKA
Take this award-winning, locally owned & operated tour upon the beautiful waters of Ketchikan. You’ll have the opportunity to see all types of wildlife while our crew shares the cultural, geographical, and industrial history of the local area.
- Ketchikan Visitor's Center on Berth 2 Location Ketchikan Visitor's Center on Berth 2
- 3 hours Duration 3 hours
- All ages Ages All ages
CRUISE LOCAL WATERS
Explore the beauty of Southeast Alaska on our Ketchikan boat excursion! Ketchikan is a small fishing town known for its breathtaking seascapes, diverse wildlife, artistic spirit, and close-knit community. We invite you to experience a little bit of it all on our Lighthouse, Totems and Eagles Excursion.
While on board one of our tour vessels, you can immerse yourself in the beautiful views of our world’s largest temperate rainforest, the Tongass National Forest, in full panorama; admire the stunning artwork and cultural history captured in the Alaska Native totem poles and clan house at Totem Bight State Park; uncover the unique past and present of Guard Island Lighthouse; and keep your eyes open for a plethora of wildlife opportunities, including guaranteed sightings of American bald eagles.
Alaska is home to 15,000 mated pairs of bald eagles, and the open-air observation deck on each of our vessels is the perfect spot to view this majestic bird. Binoculars are provided so that you can get a great look at them as they soar through the sky, catch a fish, feed their young, or perch nearby. The crisp Alaskan air can be chilly, so when you’re ready to get warm, visit our heated main cabin, where you can enjoy a taste of local cuisine as your captain and guides share their own stories of Alaskan living.
SEE WHY WE'RE AN AWARD-WINNING TOUR
AWARDS & AFFILIATIONS
We are proud to be affiliated with and recognized by these companies.