Tour downtown Sitka starting with a walking tour of Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop’s house and St. Michael’s Cathedral. Board the Admiralty Dream to begin your voyage of Southeast Alaska.
Explore the scenic area known as Icy Strait, along eastern Chichagof Island — rich in marine life and opportunities to view humpback whales, sea otters and bears.
Visit Glacier Bay via an Allen Marine vessel with a National Service Park Ranger and a Native Huna Tlingit interpretive naturalist. Then explore Icy Strait – home to abundant marine life!
Stroll the boardwalks of a rollicking Klondike gold rush city, then board the White Pass & Yukon Route railroad (passport required) for a journey retracing the steps of the gold-seekers into Canada. Join a guided walking tour through scenic Haines and visit pre-WWI Fort Seward National Historic Site, with parade grounds overlooking Lynn Canal, and a performance of the Chilkat Dancers.
Highlights of the scenic state capital include the massive Mendenhall Glacier, the Mount Roberts Tram, and local shops and galleries. Depart Juneau for 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 this glacier-carved, jade-green fjord, tracing the sheer granite face of cliffs that rise 4,000 feet above the sea, punctuated by a multitude of waterfalls.
Enjoy exclusive Hobart Bay from your ship's own wilderness adventure base camp, outfitted with sea kayaks, small outboard driven Zego runabouts, and all-terrain vehicles. Enjoy hiking, wildlife-viewing, and relaxing campfires.
In this traditional Tlingit Indian village, see the “World’s Largest Totem”, a carving demonstration, dance performance, and a tour of a salmon hatchery with a bear viewing platform.
Petersburg is a charming fishing town established by Norwegian fishermen in the late 1800s. At the Sons of Norway Hall, enjoy a Norwegian Folk Dance show performed by Petersburg’s children.
Enjoy several options to explore Wrangell’s rich colorful history, which includes a guided walking tour and a visit to the Wrangell Museum.
Enjoy a walking tour and meet local artisans in Thorne Bay, once the largest logging camp in the world. In Klasaan, visit The Chief Son-I-Hat Whale House, the only remaining Haida clan house in Alaska.
Learn the natural history of the fjords, listen to the calls of nesting seabirds, and feel the mist of glistening waterfalls while gliding beneath 3,000-foot glacier-sculpted cliffs.
One of “America’s Top 100 small arts communities, Ketchikan offers shops and galleries featuring local artists, including Creek Street, the former red-light district. Transfer to the airport or your hotel is included.