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There is not hardly any thing to see. Yes some totem poles which can be seen in less that 10 minutes. For the time you spend there and money not worth either. Recommend any other tour except this. Visit the Happy Bears Bar and buy...More
We get a taxi to visit Saxman during our cruise stop at Ketchikan, similar motives seen in Vancouver, Totems are nice but no more, we saw the tools used thru the window as it was closed.
The gift shop is relative expensive, many pieces imported,...More
We took 4x4 up the mt. and had a great time. We sat by a nice fire and had hot chocolate and smors the guide was full of good infro .I love the time we spent here learned a lot about the area and the...More
I was a bit disappointed. Singing and dancing was terrific. A lot of the commentary was done by bus drivers which I find odd. We came to hear about the various tribes and I feel if these people told us the stories it would have...More
The Saxman Village tour featured a 15 year old who mumbled his memorized speech and got lost when someone interrupted with a question! Seeing the totem poles was nice but would have been better if a demonstration of Toruń pole carving was shown. This was...More
We had a lovely tour of the place, with an orientation film and talk, a walk through a bit of temperate rainforest, a visit to the clan house with a sampling of Tlingit dances, and a visit to the carving center. The guides were all...More
We got our tours through Expedia. Bought a package that included Juneau and Ketchikan city tours for a little over $100. Our tour guide was of Indian discent, who gave us a detailed history of the totem poles. This he... More
We got our tours through Expedia. Bought a package that included Juneau and Ketchikan city tours for a little over $100. Our tour guide was of Indian discent, who gave us a detailed history of the totem poles. This he learned From a tribe elder.