Welcome to Pelican


The town was established in 1938 by a fish packer and named after his boat. Fishing remains Pelican’s raison d’être and accounts for 90% of its trickle of tourists. It has the closest harbor to Fairweather’s salmon grounds – the reason its population swells during the summer. Other than that, facilities are thin.

It's viable to travel between Pelican and Juneau on a twice-a-month ferry, spend two hours on shore, and then take the ferry back to Juneau. It's a long but not unpleasant voyage and whale sightings are common on the way.


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Pelican activities

$1130.50 Water Sports

Private 42 feet long Trimaran for Snorkel or Sunset Tours Food and Open Bar

We departure from the Dock G located in Igy marina in cabo san lucas. The check in is 15 minutes before the departure time so all passanger have to be on time. Big Mike Snorkeling tour starts  with a ride through the attraction areas of the bay in Cabo San Lucas and Land´s End, Lovers beach,  Sea Lion Colony, Pelican rock and Medano beach, We make a quick stop in the Famous Arch of los cabos which is the icon of this city so you can take your pictures of the arch.  Before heading off to your Snorkeling spot. Our experienced captain will take you to a brief visit to the turbulent Pacific side of Los Cabos This a graet opportunitty to take a perfect picture of the the other side of the famous arch of los Cabos.The ride goes to Bay Sta. Maria or Chilenos or Pelican rock it all depens on the trafic of the boat and the wheather. The captian is in charge to decide wich are is the best area  this activity by the great diversity of fishes, and the coral reefs. Don't forget that the Sea of cortez or Golf of California is consider the Aquiarium of the World. Remember you have all the necessary equipment to do the snorkeing activity (Mask,Fins,Life jackets) The baja peninusula offers Warm, clear water in these bays brings great visibility and comfort. Water temperatures range from 65° to 75° F in June and July. By August, the water could be as warm as 86°! Even in winter, it’s in the 64° to 70° range.The snorkeling tour is guide by one of or members, he will take you to the right spots where you will see a lots of fish.If you don't want to do snorkel Don't worry we have open bar all the time you just sit and relax enjoing  the great land scaping views of cabos san lucas  we have on board 2 kayacks ready to use.  Remember to bring your own towels.When the activitie is done get ready for the adventure of navigate on the sea of cortez and enjoy your ride keep your eyes open because the wild life never rest you can sea whales,dolphins,marlins,turltes mantarays breaching out of the water!!.. Service includes open bar: Pacifico Beer, Rum, Vodka, Tequila, Cocktails like Margaritas, Piñas Coladas, Tequila Sun Rise, Tequila shots, sodas, Bottled Water, juices, food; the tour includes  deli sandwich baguette , smoked turkey breast Ham /Baked ham/Melted ham or vegetarian, Breton cookies with philadelphia cream cheese & chips with  mexican salsa.We can offer a personalzed  vip menu  for and extra charge Lobster With Ribeye Rice & BeansFajitas Tacos, (beef/chicken/lobster) Rice & BeansBoat DetailWe have a beautiful trimaran 42 feet long, 45 passengers capacity, the equipment is new in perfect conditions, sunbathing area, shadow area, Bar,Side seats, Stairs, audio (you can bring your own ´playlist music), W.C.Tour time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. (time 3 hrs)

$46.03 Cultural & Theme Tours

GAILY TOUR in MYKONOS - Gay Tour & Windmills' Secrets

Stroll the streets of Mykonos on a guided walking tour, and experience the cosmopolitan vibe of the most fabulous island of the Aegean. Mykonos has been a gay holiday destination for more than 30 years.  During the late 1990’s, the emerging gay scene in Ibiza enticed a lot of gay sunbathers away from Mykonos, but the past few years have seen a resurgence in the island’s popularity. Marvel at the natural beauty of the island, and stroll down streets filled with boutique stores and stylish bars. Explore the town, walking the small and narrow streets, where you will have the opportunity to take breathtaking photographs of the Labyrinth and beautiful snow-white houses. See the famous windmills and be on the lookout for Petros, The Pelican, the mascot of Mykonos. End the walking tour at Little Venice, colourful two- and three-storey houses standing by the sea. This area is now home to numerous bars and cafés and extremely popular at sunset. Included: * Gay or Lesbian Tour Escort for City Tour (3 hours) * Transfer to/from hotel with LGBT Friendly DriverAvailabilityMorning Tour (09:00 - 12:00)Afternoon Tour (15:00 - 18:00)Meeting Point Hotels IN the City Center - Pick up at Hotel's ReceptionHotels NOT IN the City Center - Pick up at Main Train StationTour Guide/Escort will have a Rainbow Sign with your name on it