Small Group Whale Watching: Climb aboard a custom vessel specifically designed for wildlife viewing in Southeast Alaska. Your professional naturalist and experienced captain will help you seek out the variety of area wildlife, be it humpback whale, orca, porpoises, sea lions, seals, sea birds, and more.
Fully Guided Rainforest Walk: Stretch your legs on a secluded trail set within a small corner of the Tongass National Forest. Begin your walk on a forested path that will open your eyes to nature’s processes by illustrating the many connections between the land and the sea. After a short distance, the canopy gives way to the glacier’s moraine with scenic views of the Mendenhall Glacier and Nugget Falls. There will be stops along the way for interpretation and opportunities to take it all in.
Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be able to walk 1 mile in about 1 hour on an improved gravel path. In addition to a short hike, guests must be able to take a few steps (up/down) to board vehicle and bus. Wheelchairs are not recommended for this tour. For safety reasons, guests with recent surgeries or injuries should consult a physician before participating on this tour.
What to Bring: Comfortable closed-toe walking shoes (waterproof recommended but not required), dress in layers and for the weather, and reusable water bottle.
Good to Know: Guests must sign a waiver to participate. The sequence of events can vary either land first or sea first. Groups are made of 20 guests or less. Whale sightings are guaranteed, or each guest receives US$100 cash back (May through September only). To commemorate your remarkable journey, you will receive exclusive access to a digital booklet, "Discover Alaska's Whales," serving as a reminder of the shared experience and the need to preserve these incredible creatures, alongside valuable resources and tools like "Happy Whales" and the "Juneau Flukes Catalog" to deepen connection, understanding, and inspire positive change for their thriving future.