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Renowned naturalists and an exploration of magnificent wildlife in six ecosystems - ocean, estuary, river, lake, muskeg and rainforest - await in Haines
/ Adult (ages 13 and over)
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)
*Prices may vary by sailing
Renowned naturalists and an exploration of magnificent wildlife in six ecosystems - ocean, estuary, river, lake, muskeg and rainforest - await in Haines. A high-speed ferry takes you along North America's longest and deepest fjord to Haines, where you'll board an expedition bus and follow the route of returning salmon along the fertile Chilkoot River.
This valley, nestled between rugged glaciers and snowcapped peaks, is home to generations of brown bears, bald eagles, mountain goats, river otters, salmon and numerous birds. View wildlife up close through powerful spotting scopes. Your next stop is a fish weir where technicians count migrating salmon.
On the shore of a mountain lake, the living tapestry of the rainforest comes alive on a refreshing nature walk beneath magnificent trees and through an ancient muskeg. Your tour concludes with a narrated drive through downtown Haines and historic Fort Seward before returning to Skagway via ferry.
- Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
- Seasonal wildlife updates are posted at the onboard tour office.
- Tide conditions can make ramp to dock very steep, guests with limited mobility not recommended.
- Wear comfortable shoes with traction. Some departures may enjoy lunch at the beginning of the tour. Afternoon departures have meal in the evening.
- Vegetarian meal available. Please notify tour office onboard at least 24 hours prior to tour.
- Spotting scope, binoculars, bird and wildlife checklists, lunch, roundtrip ferry ride to Haines are included.
- Meal includes chicken caesar wrap, whole-grain chips, fresh fruit, cookie, bottled water or juice pack.
- Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.