Welcome to Pelican
Juneau’s has a twice-monthly state ferry to Pelican (population 87), a lively little fishing town on Chichagof Island. The cruise through Icy Straits is scenic, with regular humpback spottings, and the two hours in port is enough to see one of Southeast Alaska’s last boardwalk communities. Pelican is a photographer’s delight. Most of it built on pilings over tidelands, and its main street, dubbed Salmon Way, is a... Read More
Top experiences in Pelican
Los Cabos Waverunner Hire
Explore the Bay of San Lucas aboard the waverunner, a powerful aquatic vehicle which allows you to skim across the water exceeding speeds of 50 mph (80 km/h). Take an unforgettable journey through the famous Arch and admire the beautiful rock formations, Lover’s Beach and Pelican's Rock. Also, you'll want to keep an eye out for sea lions and other diverse wildlife which inhabit the Bay of San Lucas.With calm waters most of the time, the Bay of San Lucas is the perfect place to enjoy this fun experience.
Los Cabos Sunset Booze Cruise
The cruise sets sail from Iggy Marina in Cabo San Lucas and sails out to the sea. See the luxurious marina as you reach Coral Negro and Pelican's Rock. This landmark is famous for hosting jumping competitions from its peak. You'll continue sailing by Pirate's Cave, pass Lover's beach and get to admire the incredible view of Lovers Beach. Delight your senses as the sun slowly sets on the pacific side of the peninsula. Cruise into the night and listen to music being played, and you'll have access to an open bar and delicious snacks to make for an unforgettable time.
Brunswick Heads Kayak Eco-Tour and Stand-Up Paddleboarding
Your eco-tour starts at the Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour. Hop aboard your riverboat, which tows the kayaks and stand-up paddleboards as it cruises from the headwaters of the Brunswick River upstream to the starting point of your kayak tour.Disembark and receive some paddling instructions from your guide before setting off across the water on your sit-on-top double kayak, which allows you to paddle into areas inaccessible by other modes of transport. For about an hour, float under the mangroves and soak up the tranquil atmosphere as you watch for wildlife like elusive kingfishers that live on the riverbanks. Pelican, eagles, and water dragons (lizards) are also often seen on this tour. After kayaking, you have the chance to try stand-up paddleboarding on the river, or you may continue on the kayak, if you wish. Enjoy fresh fruit, snacks, and cold drinks before cruising back to the dock.This tour is rated easy and is suitable for adults of all ages and children 4 years and older.
Pelican Arts and Crafts Tour
Meet your guide at the Bridgetown Port to begin your 2-hour tour at the Pelican Craft Center - the largest craft center in the Caribbean. Learn about the history of Pelican Island as you stroll across the street to begin an exciting tour at Pelican Craft Center. Have a go on the pottery wheel at the pottery shop and watch a demonstration on how to make gorgeous crystal pieces that are in the shop Crystal Forms.Visit the Cigar Factory, a must see if you want to learn how local cigars are made. Also don't forget about Debbie's Closet which has some fabulous handbags, clothing and much more. Take pictures, and then enjoy a complimentary lunch as you discover the local crafts and souvenirs at the Pelican Craft Center.