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Saxman Totem Park, Wildlife & City Tour
Complete Tour Details & Adventure Highlights!
One of the most popular sites in Ketchikan is the Saxman Native Village Totem Park. Here you will find the world's largest collection of Totem Poles. Some of the poles were moved here from the old Cape Fox Lodge and are over a 100 years old. Browse the park and learn the stories and history of these grand historic works of Native Art. Learn of traditional tools, paints and techniques of Totem Pole carving as you watch carver's perform their craft at the Carving Shed. A visit to Saxman is a must when visiting Ketchikan.
The next part of your journey continues on a scenic 9 mile coastal drive to beautiful Herring Bay, a quaint area that takes you far away from the crowds and hustle bustle of downtown. Slow down and take in the sites and sounds of the beautiful wildlife viewing area. During Salmon season, Black Bears, Eagles, Herons, Harbor and Fur Seals are often spotted in this area.
View the Salmon just a few feet away as they fight their way up stream June through September. This tour also includes Creek Street and our famous "Red Light District".
This tour is very popular and it is recommended that you book in advance.
All of our vehicles have public address systems and there will be restroom stops along the way.
Be sure to bring your camera and a pair of binoculars for closer viewing. Sneakers are recommended for the terrian. Our weather is unpredictable so we provide umbrellas on every coach and van.
This tour is approx. 2-2.25 hours
$76.00 adults includes all taxes & park fees
$51.00 children 6-12 years
Children 5 and under are FREE!
Saxman Native Village
25 Totem Poles - Clan House
Native Carving Shed
Village Store - Authentic Artwork
Herring Bay Black Bear Viewing
See Active Eagle's Nests
Historic Red Light District "Creek Street"
Larger group discounts available!
We also offer private 15 passenger van tours
Deluxe coaches or vans only
No Trolley available for this tour
We accept all major credit cards and Pay Pal
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