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Ketchikan City Highlights, Totems & Sightseeing

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Excursion Overview

Explore the largest standing totem park in the world

Ketchikan has several historic highlights you won't want to miss! From bears and totem parks to colorful Creek Street, this tour will charter a small group to multiple local destinations. Keep your eyes peeled and cameras ready for the sights and sounds of beautiful Southeast Alaska. Visit the 33-acre Totem Bight State Historical Park, home to 14 Native American totem poles, breathtaking beach and waterfront views, and the stunning Clan House.

This tour allows for an exciting opportunity to try and view Ketchikan black bears in their natural habitat. Wildlife can be unpredictable so while Herring Cove is home to many bears, eagles, etc. wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed.

Stopping at Creek Street is a popular destination to see salmon returning to spawn, with lots of unique shops to find that perfect gift. Learn more about the interesting history of the creek from its brothels, taverns, the fish ladder, and married man's trail are just a few of the historic attractions that make the boardwalk a must-see highlight.

Things You Need to Know

Inclusions:

  • Roundtrip transportation from downtown Ketchikan.
  • Bottled water
  • Complimentary binoculars
  • Parks and trails brochures

Requirements:

  • This tour has multiple stops that require exiting and entering the van. This tour is not recommended for anyone needing assistance or needing a wheelchair.
  • This tour operates in most weather conditions. It is recommended to wear weather-appropriate, layered clothing, and comfortable shoes.

Duration: 2 hours (Roundtrip from downtown Ketchikan.)

  • 5 minutes - tour introductions and boarding
  • 30 minutes - Totem Bight State Historical Park
  • 30 minutes - Herring Cove
  • 30 minutes - Creek Street
  • 25 minutes - budgeted time for extra stops or for sights the group stays longer at and returns to the drop-off location

Meeting Instructions:

  • This tour meets in downtown Ketchikan. Fully detailed instructions are included on your finalized ticket vouchers.

ADA Accessibility of Tour:

  • This tour is not wheelchair or limited mobility accessible.

Refund Policy:

  • You may cancel for any reason up to seven (7) days prior to the date of the tour for a full refund.
  • Please see our Refund Policy Page for complete details.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ketchikan has an annual rainfall of between 140-160 inches per year. This excursion operates in most weather conditions but full refunds are granted should the local tour operator need to cancel due to weather concerns.

This small group van tour can include up to 13 passengers per vehicle.

Comfortable clothing and layers appropriate for the day of weather conditions. Rain jackets are encouraged.

Cameras and phones may be brought on this tour.

While wildlife is abundant, however, specific wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed.

 

Guest Reviews

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Gary M

On May 2024

Debbie was great! Knowledgeable, affable and easy to converse with. Felt we got a true tour if Ketchikan, history, culture, nature sights in a small group setting.

Suzanne S

On Jul 2023

We could have done the same thing just walking around. Grant you we wouldn't have seen the waterfall, but... I guess the experience varies based on timing, ie seeing bears or salmons, both of which we did not see.

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Ages: 13+

Adult: $59.00

Child (Ages 12 and under): $35.00

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