Alaska's fourth largest city is known for its strong native heritage, timber industry and robust fishing history. The name "Ketchikan" translates to "Thundering Wings of an Eagle". Ketchikan has kept its native heritage in the forefront of the visitor's experience and it is a large focus on our tours offered here as well. Stand in awe below the towering totems carved ages ago and learn about life in the clan houses throughout the seasons. Or, for a rowdy good time, check out the Lumberjack Show for a competition of skill and strength, honoring the logging history of Southeast Alaska.
Our meeting place for all of our Ketchikan tours is at: the statue at the Ketchikan Visitor's Bureau, 131 Front St.