The Chilkoot Hike and Float Tour is a great family-oriented hiking adventure along the world famous Chilkoot Trail. This wilderness hike takes place in the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and is Skagway's most affordable hiking and rafting adventure tour.When your cruise ship docks, depart Skagway for a 10-mile (16 km) van tour along the coastline to the Chilkoot Trail trailhead and then enjoy 1.5 to 2 hours of hiking and 45 minutes on the raft. Have your camera ready for occasional wildlife sightings both on land and in the water.
• 4 hours
Join a 3-hour highlights tour of Skagway with a knowledgeable guide. Hear stories from the Gold Rush and see amazing waterfalls, azure glaciers and mountain views that seem to never end. Visit the Gold Rush Cemetery and a sub-arctic Alpine valley called Tormented Valley, where everything is dwarfed and distorted. Travel in comfort aboard a 24-passenger mini-bus with bucket seats and large windows, perfect for sightseeing along the way. Bring your passport.
• 3 hours
Explore the wildlife highlights of Sitka on a 2-hour tour with knowledgeable local guides who share their expertise on this remarkable and beautiful area. Walk among the towering totem poles of Sitka National Historical Park, watch the antics of the brown bears at Fortress of the Bear, and gaze at the breathtaking scenery around Sitka. You’ll also see Japonski Island, the O’Connell Bridge, Alaska Pioneer Home, Sheldon Jackson Museum and St Michael’s Cathedral. This small-group tour ensures a more personalized experience.
• 2 hours
Take advantage of your next port in Juneau, Alaska, to embark on an informative whale-watching cruise. Your captain will guide you through pristine waters as you look for whales, sea lions and bald eagles. Enjoy a delicious local snack and learn about the area from an onboard naturalist. Discover the beauty below and above the blue waters in the outdoor lovers’ paradise. And don’t worry — you’ll be back at the port in time to board your cruise ship.
• 3 hours
Combine sightseeing and river rafting on this relaxing Skagway shore excursion. Enjoy a beautiful 10-mile (16-km) drive along the coast to the Dyea Valley, an old Gold Rush settlement rich with history. On the drive, you may spot seals, eagles and other wildlife. See the start of the famous Chilkoot Trail, where thousands journeyed in pursuit of gold in 1898.
• 2.5 hours
Welcome to Glacier Gardens, a uniquely designed rainforest botanical garden nestled in the midst of the Tongass National Forest. On your guided you will learn about the exquisitely landscaped botanical gardens, the reclaimed stream cascading close by, and the innovative garden designs the "Flower Towers" all while indulging in the area’s immense history and rare temperate rainforest habitat. Travel by covered rainforest shuttles through Alaska’s natural wonderland. Your guide will describe points of interest along the 2-mile long path up Thunder Mountain where a cliff-side boardwalk leads to a phenomenal panoramic view of Juneau. Open May 15 - September 15, and not available for winter off-season visits.
• 1.5 hours
Pristine blue waters, breaching whales, bald eagles soaring overhead — these are just some of the reasons to take advantage of this whale-watching tour in beautiful Juneau, Alaska. Discover why whale watching here is at the top of many outdoor adventurers’ bucket lists. Your captain and informative nature guide will show you the best wildlife viewing on Juneau’s waters.
• 3 hours
Experience Alaska through the eyes of an Iditarod musher! Start with an exciting helicopter tour over the glaciers of Juneau Icefield, and then land at a secluded glacier camp for a dogsled ride across vast snowfields nestled among mountain peaks -- a truly magical scene. Hear personal stories about the famous Iditarod dogsled race from the racers themselves, and dress up in original Iditarod dogsled gear for photo opportunities!
• 1.5 hours
Grab the chance to see Sitka on a 2-hour tour with local guides who will share the highlights and history of this fascinating and beautiful city. See stunning totem poles in Sitka National Historical Park, meet rescued brown bears who live at Fortress of the Bear, and take in the incredible scenery all around Sitka. You’ll also cross the O’Connell Bridge to Japonski Island and pass Alaska Pioneer Home, St Michael’s Cathedral, and Sheldon Jackson Museum.
• 2 hours
While you’re in port in Skagway, learn the ancient art of blowing glass at Jewell Gardens! After watching a demonstration by an experienced glassblower, you can blow your own glass ornament to take home — a memorable souvenir of your Alaskan cruise. You’ll also have time to tour the organic flower garden and explore the glass gallery, where spectacular pieces of hand-blown glass are on display. The lesson is limited to six people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.
• 2 hours