Spend time exploring Sitka’s popular attractions: Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop's house and St. Michael's Cathedral. Board a deluxe tour boat for an exploration of beautiful Sitka Sound. Home to marine mammals, Sitka Sound counts humpback and killer (orca) whales, sea otters, and Steller sea lions amongst the abundant wildlife.
A Glacier Bay National Park Service Ranger leads your programming and a Native Huna Tlingit interpretive naturalist will join you to reveal traditional ties to this ancient treasure.
Highlights of the scenic state capital include the Mendenhall Glacier, Mount Roberts Tram, and local shops and galleries. Depart Juneau to Colt Island and go ashore for an Alaskan salmon and king crab dinner at Orca Point Lodge. Enjoy the beautiful grounds, beach, marine life touch- tank, and a beachside bonfire.
Explore the full length of this ice-carved fjord, tracing the face of cliffs that rise 4,000 feet above the jade-colored sea. View the icy glacier face and seals up close from a Zodiac.
Enjoy exclusive Hobart Bay and your adventure base camp, outfitted with sea kayaks, small outboard driven Zego runabouts, and all-terrain vehicles. Enjoy hiking, wildlife-viewing, and relaxing campfires.
Petersburg is a fishing town established by Norwegian fishermen in the late 1800’s. At the Sons of Norway Hall, enjoy a Norwegian Folk Dance show performed by Petersburg’s children. Take a short walk to Eagle Park, explore Sing Lee Alley, or shop downtown.
Visit to the traditional Tlingit Indian Village of Kake includes a totem carving display, dance performance, the “World’s Tallest Totem,” and a tour of a salmon hatchery with a bear viewing platform.
Disembark in Sitka after breakfast. Transfer to the airport or your hotel is included.