Bald eagle is flying over the blue sea water.
A duck boat is an amphibious vehicle that's a hybrid bus tour boat. During a fun-packed 90-minute tour on your Ketchikan, Alaska vacation, you'll learn all about Ketchikan's natural hot spots and thriving commerce. Highlights include the fish hatchery, salmon cannery, eagle center, and Ketchikan's waterfront.
Lumber jack throwing axe at log target in tourist show
The lumberjack Show is just a block away from your cruise ship's dock and is not to be missed. In an hour-long show, professional lumberjack athletes — it's a thing — compete by chopping wood like you never thought wood could be chopped! From astounding ax-manship to daring physical feats, you'll never think of timber the same.
The Misty Fords National Monument is a stunning 2.3 million acre park. It's packed with soaring views, misty peaks and jaw-dropping glaciers. One of the best things to do in Ketchikan, Alaska is to hop on a seaplane tour and soar above these majestic mountain ranges. Seaplane tours also include a thrilling landing and takeoff from the ocean — giving you a close and personal look at this national wonder.
Is there anything to eat in Ketchikan except salmon? Well, it's certainly recommended that you try salmon at least once, but there's all manner of freshly caught seafood in town! Head to local favorite Bar Harbour for some of the best local grub around.
On the corner of Mission and Creek Street, you'll find the classic "Welcome to Alaska's First City" sign that marks where most of the jewelry and craft shops are located. Or head to the boardwalk where there are plenty of souvenirs to help you remember your Ketchikan, Alaska travels.
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