Take a walking tour to Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Bishop’s House and St. Michael’s Cathedral before viewing Sitka's marine life on board a deluxe tour boat before boarding the Admiralty Dream.
Explore the region of Red Bluff Bay and rugged waterfall coast of eastern Baranof Island.
Sail for the traditional Tlingit Indian Village of Kake to view a totem carving display, dance performance, and the World’s Tallest Totem pole. In the evening, take a tour of the local salmon hatchery and hope to see bears from its viewing platform.
Petersburg was founded by Norwegian fishermen in the late 1800s and still operates as a fishing town. Enjoy a folk dance by the local children at the Sons of Norway Hall before exploring the town on foot.
Arrive at an exclusive wilderness camp in the peaceful Hobart Bay. Use the sea kayaks, Zego runabouts and RTVs to explore the water and surrounding wilderness.
Sail through the magnificent Tracy Arm Fjord, a glacier-carved area which features sheer 4,000-foot granite walls. View the glacier's icy face and resident seals up close from a Zodiac.
Spend a day in Alaska's scenic capital, Juneau. Visit the massive Mendenhall Glacier and take a ride up the Mount Roberts Tram. Visit the exclusive Orca Point Lodge to view beautiful grounds, beach, and marine life touch-tank.
Join a Glacier Bay National Park Service Ranger as they narrate about the area. A Native Huna Tlingit interpretive naturalist will also be present to answer any questions about their unique history and culture.
In the morning, arrive in Sitka and disembark. Transfer to the airport for your connecting flights home.