$165 / person
This combo is the best way to make the most of your day in Juneau! While out on the water, there is no doubt that you'll see humpback whales - this is the time of year they travel to Alaska to feed on thousands of pounds of k READ MORE...
$2,100 / Charter
**Please email [email protected] for availability** Experience this whale-watching adventure from the comfort of your own private high-speed jetboat, dedicated to you and your guests. Not only you are guarante READ MORE...
$2,500 / Charter
**Please email [email protected] for availability** For a truly memorable whale-watching experience, our exclusive private jet boat adventure is right for you and your family! Holding up to 14 guests, you can READ MORE...
From: $459 / person
Voted a top ten tour in the US, this small group whale and kayak tour takes guests to the richest humpback whale feeding ground in Alaska! Your experienced captain and guide will take you to the Channel Islands State Marine P READ MORE...
$239 / person
Experience three of Juneau's most popular attractions with this three-in-one excursion! This tour begins with a narrated transfer to the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor's Center. You'll have plenty of time to take in the majestic READ MORE...
$199 / person
Humpback and orca whales are actively feeding while they are in southeast Alaska waters, so chances are you see whales breach, play, and maybe bubble net feed! You will savor wild Alaska salmon amidst amazing scenery at the G READ MORE...
Juneau is the best place for whale watching in Alaska. Seeing whales on your tour is 100% guaranteed. The nutrient-rich waters in Favorite Channel and Saginaw Channel in Juneau are among the best places to see humpback whales in the entire world. Our top excursion is the Juneau whale watching tour.
The best whale watching tours in Juneau are:
You can see whales in Juneau from April to November, but the best time for whale watching is June through August. In Late July, you begin to see Bubble Net Feeding, when 10-12 whales jump out of the water at once.
Juneau is a feeding ground for humpback whales, and there are so many whales that we are able to offer 100% guaranteed sightings. The waterways attract the whales all summer long, before they make the long journey to the warming waters of Mexico and Hawaii to breed. There is also an opportunity to see Orca, commonly called Killer Whales, on these tours as well. Orca sightings are very rare as they are very transient and move quickly through the waterways in Southeast Alaska.
One benefit of whale watching in Juneau is that the area has abundant wildlife and the landscape can include views of glaciers (including Mendenhall Glacier) and lighthouses depending on the exact location of the whales. Whale sightings are guaranteed here.
You can also whale watch in Icy Strait Point, where seeing whales is also guaranteed.