Ketchikan, Alaska

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Port Overview

It only makes sense that the “Salmon Capitol of the World” is a thriving fishing community. The waters surrounding Ketchikan are home to 5 varieties of salmon, drawing commercial and amateur fisherman. The native influence is still strongly felt in this town. Totems and hand carved treasures are common in the port’s main shopping centre.

Top Port Adventures

Exclusive Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show: This fast-paced show incorporates traditional logging demonstrations with competitions between lumber athletes – I didn’t even know that was a thing. Audiences cheer and support their favorite lumberjack in sawing, balancing and chain saw events. The entire experience is only 1.5 – 2 hours, leaving plenty of time for exploring the port on your own. All ages.

Knudson Cove Salmon Fishing: Ketchikan is world-famous for it’s wild salmon, so a salmon fishing expedition only seems appropriate. On this fishing excursion you’ll spend a little over three hours angling for salmon. Experienced and novice fishermen are welcome. All you need is a sense of adventure and cash for an Alaskan fishing license ($20 USD) and king salmon stamp ($10 USD). Ages 5 and up.

City Highlights, Creek Street & Totems by Trolley: A great tour for those who want enjoy the native culture of Ketchikan. Tour the Saxman Native Village by trolley. A tour guide will share native legends of the totem poles. You will have time to explore the Totem Park before the trolly takes you back to Creek Street and the awaiting ship. All ages.

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