Prices are approximate.
Yukon Expedition & White Pass Scenic Railway (8 hours) $169
A fetching combination to Experience the Yukon and White
Pass Scenic Railway, this tour allows you to experience
the beauty of the legendary White Pass Trail of '98 from
different perspectives. Your adventure begins aboard a
deluxe motorcoach that takes you along the Trail of '98
to the White Pass summit and beyond to Canada's Yukon.
After cresting the White Pass summit, travel through
Tormented Valley and visit the village of Carcross near
Lake Bennett. Enjoy a tasty barbecued lunch at Caribou
Crossing Trading Post.
Visit the Wildlife Gallery and see interesting exhibits of
wildlife native to the region before departing for a ride
aboard the historic White Pass & Yukon Route railroad back
to Skagway. SPECIAL NOTES: Since this tour enters Canada,
U.S. and Canadian citizens must carry a passport or birth
certificate with photo ID. Guests of other nationalities
must bring their passport. Vegetarian lunch available.
Please notify Tour Office onboard at least 24 hours prior
White Pass Scenic Railway (8 hours) $97
Travel 65 miles by deluxe motorcoach into Canada's Yukon.
After passing through Skagway, begin your climb along the
White Pass Trail of '98. Photo stops allow you to fully
enjoy the surrounding mountains, waterfalls and glaciers.
Klondike Gold Dredge Tour (1.5 hours) $34
Once over the White Pass summit, the lush growth of the
coast gives way to Canada's rugged wilderness. Travel
through the glaciated area known as Tormented Valley and
along the string of lakes that make up the headwaters of
the Yukon River. Explore the Native village of Carcross,
idyllically situated beside Lake Bennett and once known
as Caribou Crossing.
Yukon Jeep Adventure (5.5 hours) $129
Your small group of explorers retraces the historic
Trail of '98 from Skagway to Canada's Yukon as you
steer a four-wheel drive Jeep Wrangler. An
interactive radio allows everyone to listen in as
guides regale you with tales of the gold rush era.
Head off the beaten path for amazing vistas accessible
only by off-road vehicles. View Pitchfork Falls,
Dead Horse Gulch and Tormented Valley en route to
the historic village of Carcross and its namesake
desert, the smallest of its kind in the world.
Each jeep accommodates four; several stops allow
guests to switch to the driver's seat. Bring along
a camera and some friends for this fun adventure.
SPECIAL NOTES: Since this tour enters Canada, U.S.
and Canadian citizens must carry a passport or birth
certificate with photo ID. Guests of other
nationalities must bring their passports. Drivers
must be at least 25 years old, show a valid driver's
license and sign a liability/insurance waiver.
Horseback Riding Adventure (3.5 hours) $139
Visit the former site of a gold rush boom town as
you explore one of Alaska's most breathtaking valleys
on horseback. Your journey begins with a van ride
through Skagway to the back country wilderness of
Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Deep in
the heart of the Dyea Valley, mount a gentle horse
and explore the original townsite of Dyea at a
leisurely pace suited to riders of all abilities.
Your guides spin tales of the area's gold rush history
along the way. After your ride, visit with your
guides and enjoy a snack of fresh Alaska smoked
salmon pâté. SPECIAL NOTES: Participants should
be able to mount a horse and maintain balance in
the saddle. Participants must be at least 4'10" and
weigh less than 250 lbs.
Tea at Jewell Gardens (8 hours) $45
Discover the "Garden City of Alaska" as you explore historic
Skagway and relax with a cup of tea and homemade treats at
the charming Jewell Gardens. Tour the streets of downtown
Skagway as your driver-guide entertains you with amusing
tales of the famous and foolhardy who passed this way in
search of riches. Cross the Skagway River and arrive at
the beautiful Jewell Gardens, original site of the Clark
family farm in 1898. Enjoy tea service on the open sun
porch with a view of brilliantly colored northern flowers.
Savor tea, coffee and mint lemonade along with inventive
culinary treats such as nasturtium and herbed cream cheese
tea sandwiches, calendula quiche, carrot cake and ruby
The fresh, organic ingredients for your meal are picked
daily from the edible landscape surrounding you. Next,
your guide shows off the immaculately groomed herb, flower
and vegetable gardens and the elaborate miniature railroad
display depicting Skagway as it looked in 1898. Marvel at
the diverse selection of plants, such as stately blue
delphiniums, scarlet begonias, exotic herbs, monster
cabbages and giant kohlrabi that thrive in this unique
Eagle Preserve Scenic Float Adventure $175bulletGreen
Enjoy a unique rafting adventure (no white water) through
the world-famous Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. Your
journey begins on the waters of Lynn Fjord aboard a fast,
comfortable and well-appointed catamaran. Enjoy the
spectacular scenery of this daylight cruise along North
America's longest and deepest fjord. A brief tour through
Haines and historic Fort William H. Seward begins your
quest into the heart of the "Valley of the Eagles." The
Chilkat Preserve boasts the world's largest gathering of
bald eagles, drawn to the river to feed on salmon. It
is also home to moose, bears, wolves and a host of other
Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest (8 hours) $109
This exciting cruise features a guaranteed whale sighting!
Following a short motorcoach ride to scenic Auke Bay, board
a water jet-powered catamaran specially designed for wildlife
viewing. The warm, comfortable and spacious main cabin
features large viewing windows. Admire the majestic
backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers as your
experienced captain guides you through the island-studded
waters of Stephens Passage. Your onboard naturalist explains
the habits and habitat of the wildlife you may encounter,
which include humpback and killer whales, Steller sea lions,
harbor seals, Dall's porpoises, bald eagles, Sitka blacktail
deer and, occaisionally, bears.
We are so confident of the abundance of wildlife in this area
that we guarantee you will see a whale. If not, receive a $100
cash refund ($50 refund per child) as you disembark. Don't
anticipate a refund: whales have been sighted on every tour
for the past eight years! To fully enjoy the sights and
sounds of a close encounter with wildlife, be sure to bring
a warm, rainproof jacket to wear on the topside observation
deck and don't forget your camera! Complimentary snacks and
beverages are offered during your cruise.
Glacier & Dog Sled Adventure Via Helicopter (3.5 hours) $449
Enjoy a thrilling combination of helicopter flightseeing and
dog sledding on a spectacular glacier. Your expert pilot flies
over Juneau's massive ice field to view four different types
of glaciers: cascading, advancing, retreating and floating.
Land on Norris Glacier, where you meet top Iditarod racer
Linwood Fiedler and his dog-mushing team. Glide across the
snowy terrain on a captivating dog sled ride. Resume your
flight, watching for wildlife as you sail over elegant
ribbons of ice.
Knudson Cove Salmon Fishing (5.5 hours) $167
Come fish from some of the best fishing grounds in
southeast Alaska. Enjoy a 30-minute narrated coach
ride along the coastline of the Tongass Nbullets.
Get a glimpse into the history of Ketchikan and
lifestyle of her residents. At the scenic harbor
in Knudson Cove, meet your experienced captain,
board his modern fishing boat and head to the
nearby salmon fishing grounds. Eagles, whales,
seals, sea lions and other wildlife may be on the
agenda as well! You're off for a fine adventure
as you fish the sheltered waters of Clover Passage
from the comfort of a 4 to 6 passenger Coast Guard
Rain gear will be provided but you should wear deck
or rubber-soled shoes and bring appropriate outdoor
clothing. Your catch can be processed and shipped home
for an additional charge (credit card required.)
SPECIAL NOTES: Fishing licenses are required and
can be purchased on your boat for $10.00 per person.
Fishing for king salmon requires an additional $10.00
retention tag (cash only.) Children under 16 do not
need a license.
Adventure Kart Expedition (4 hours) $185
Experience the wonders of the Alaska wilderness from
the driver's seat of a specially designed, off-road
adventure go-kart. Learn about the history, culture
and economy of Ketchikan as you are transported to
a privately owned rain forest preserve. At the
expedition's assembly area, you receive a brief
safety orientation in preparation for the exciting,
one-hour guided trek. Then, your caravan of go-karts
sets out to explore the remote, back country road
that threads its way along the scenic shoreline of
George Inlet. Glacier-carved Mahoney Basin,
surrounded by sheer cliffs, dense forests and
waterfalls is your destination. Spend time
investigating the grandeur and mystery of this
rarely visited gem, known for its unique and
Participate in a guided hike to view Mahoney Falls
or just relax and soak in your surroundings. Enjoy
a healthy snack and beverage, then drivers and
passengers are given the chance to switch positions
for the return trip. Next, board a custom-designed
jet boat for a continuation of your adventure. Rich
in history and wildlife, a one-hour cruise through
George Inlet and back to town perfectly completes
this one-of-a-kind excursion. SPECIAL NOTES:
Drivers must show a valid driver's license.
Participants must be at least 50" in height and
weigh over 40 lbs. to ensure maximum benefit from
Totem & Town Tour (2.5 hours) $36
See all the sights of Ketchikan, including enchanting
Totem Bight State Park. Board your motor coach for a
25-mile drive in and around Ketchikan. See Alaska's
busiest waterfront, bustling with floatplanes and
boats. Tour the old city and drive by infamous Creek
Street, Ketchikan's former red-light district. Travel
along scenic North Tongass Highway, passing salmon
canneries and a pulp mill that was once the largest
of its kind in the world.
Then your guide introduces you to Totem Bight State
Park, where an awesome sight awaits. After walking
along a winding trail through a forest of mighty
hemlock, you come to an old Indian campsite filled
with colorful totem poles each representing a
fascinating tale. Learn about Native Alaskan
culture at the park's Ceremonial House. Enjoy a
salmon snack at the Alaska Totem Company before
your return to town.
Ketchikan By Horse-Drawn Trolley $25
A horse-drawn trolley is the perfect vehicle for touring
Ketchikan's most historic areas. Your guide points out
historic buildings and places of interest on your
informative ride. Drive past the bustling waterfront
and pass picturesque Whale Park with its pioneer clock
and totem pole. See the wooden staircases that served
as streets in old-time Ketchikan.
Follow Ketchikan Creek, a rich salmon habitat, to the
fish ladder and spawning grounds. Learn the history of
Dolly's House, a renowned house of ill-repute. The
leisurely pace of the horses and the genial company
of your driver and his Alaska husky companion provide
a relaxing journey.
Lighthouse & Eagles Excursion (3 hours) $85
Board a comfortable vessel for a voyage of discovery
featuring Ketchikan's maritime history, Native culture
and scenic beauty. Enjoy a short, narrated drive through
Ketchikan en route to a private dock. Relax in the heated
main cabin or enjoy the open-air observation deck as you
cruise past Alaska's oldest working cannery and an authentic
floating lumberjack camp. View the totem poles and clan
house at Totem Bight State Park as you learn about the
rich Tlingit culture.
See Ketchikan's colorful cabins, float houses, and unique
homes, many built on their own islands. Circumnavigate
historic Guard Island Lighthouse, established in 1901.
Photo opportunities abound on the trip and you may spot
whales, sea lions, seals and eagles. Hot beverages,
salmon spread, crackers, cheese, fresh fruit and cookies
are served during your cruise.