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Ketchikan All In One

Ketchikan All In One
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Ketchikan All In One
The Ketchikan All In One provides both the historical and scenic parts of Ketchikan, in a fully narrated 2.5 hour seaside tour. We will share our history rich city (including Creekstreet and the salmon ladder), explore the worlds largest collection of totem poles at Saxman Native Village,  have a chance to view a wide variety of wildlife at Herring Cove ( including bears, seals and eagles) and see a beautiful waterfall. We travel comfortably in deluxe 14 passenger vans.
What to Expect
Your Seaside Tour begins with a short city tour where you will see; a salmon ladder, the first of its kind, and a hand dug salmon hatchery. Then the tour will continue south to the village of Saxman, which includes the worlds largest collection of Totem poles.There you will walk among the totems, learn their history and view eagles on the nest. From here a short ride to Rotary Beach, to explore tide-pools and a great opportunity to see whales (humpbacks and orcas, are numerous in what is Nicholas Passage).Sample local berries. Restrooms are available at this stop. Herring cove is ahead on the tour. At this location.There is an excellent chance to view bears, eagles , seals, heron and the thousands of salmon returning to the place of their birth, in the hatchery up stream. Truly an Alaskan sight to be seen! The next stop is a cascading waterfall to complete your tour. We have 4 tour times offered in a day: 8:00am, 10:30am, 1:00pm and 3:30pm.  All tours begin and end at Ketchikan Rain Gauge located, on berth 2 of the ketchikan cruise ship dock.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Good all around visit to learn about area

Carson was our guide. He was friendly and informative. We saw many Eagles, a few salmon, but no other wild life. The tour gives you a feel of the town and shows the beauty of Alaska. It’s a good way to see a lot in...More

Thank Crafto
Reviewed 3 days ago
Wonderful Tour

We were met at the Visitor's Bureau right on time. Mike, a local, was our guide. He was so informative and answered all of our questions. Every minute of our tour was amazing. First we drove through Ketchikan and stopped at the salmon ladder. The...More

Thank suzmca
Reviewed 1 week ago

Perfect adventure for the price. We saw a Black Bear, a deer, Bald Eagle and learned all about the totem poles, fisheries, the town, etc.

Thank Drew S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ketchikan All in One

On July 14, Ketchikan was our first port and this tour was a perfect introduction to Alaska. We thoroughly enjoyed spending time with Carson. His in-depth knowledge of the history, culture and wildlife of the area was impressive. We learned about salmon, bears, bald eagles,...More

Thank patd520
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ketchikan all-in-one

Carson was very accommodating, trying to show us what we wanted to see. The weather had been so good that the rivers were low and the salmon late, so we didn't get to see bears. Made sure we saw bald eagles to photograph as requested...More

Thank Pam C
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August 1, 2018|
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Response from Nelson T | Reviewed this property |
Sneakers are fine. Always dress in layers in Alaska. Temperatures can vary a lot. It rains a lot in Ketchikan, so be prepared for that.
Jill M
July 28, 2018|
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Response from Brenda H | Reviewed this property |
I booked online where there were various starting time options listed. My own experience as well as other reviews I’ve seen - they rarely leave on time.
Jill M
July 28, 2018|
Response from Heidi H | Reviewed this property |
Go to shoreexcursionsgroup website.