Ketchikan, Alaska

Alaska's fourth largest city, Ketchikan, is the "salmon capital of the world," and known for its strong Native heritage, timber industry and robust fishing history. The name "Ketchikan" translates to "thundering wings of an eagle". Potlatch Totem Park gives visitors an exceptional opportunity to view and learn about the Native peoples of southeast Alaska, while the Trolley tour introduces the Saxman Native Village and Creek street, the former red light district of the city.

Our meeting place for all of our Ketchikan tours is at: the statue at the Ketchikan Visitor's Bureau, 131 Front St.