the way the natives did on this rainforest canoe trip and nature walk.nbsp;nbsp; On this 3.5-hour Alaskan
tour, paddle through a pristine lake in the Tongass National Forest
while learning about Ketchikan's history and natural beauty from your expert guide.nbsp; Take a short walk through the rainforest with your guide and learn about the forest's flora and fauna.nbsp; Don't forget to keep your eyes out for native Alaskan wildlife!Your adventure in Ketchikan begins with a scenic coach ride to a secluded mountain lake, where you will board a Native American- style canoe. These fast, stable and easy-to-maneuver canoes are 37 feet (11 meters ) long and comfortably seat 20 passengers. Paddle under the direction of an experienced guide, scan the shore for wildlife and learn about the unique Native American historynbsp; of the Ketchikan area. The lake is ideal for canoeing and is surrounded by the lush Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the US.nbsp;nbsp; Stop on shore for a Native American-style snack, including smoked fish, clam chowder, bread rolls with wild berry jams and beverages. After refueling, your knowledgeable guide will lead you on a short nature walk highlighting the interesting vegetation and wildlife of the rainforest. Spot a carnivorous plant, the sundew, which uses tentacles with an adhesive "dew" to ensnare small insects! Then, paddle back to the canoe dock and board your coach for a relaxing drive back to your hotel.nbsp; nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; This adventure is a rare opportunity to explore Southeast Alaska
just like the original explorers did!