Seeing the sights is easy in Ketchikan. Even if you just stand in the middle of town and look out over the waterfront, Pennock Island off to the west and Deer Mountain to the east, you've already taken in more natural beauty than most people do in a month. But there's so much more to see! Sightseeing tours abound, in both Spanish and English. All you have to do is choose your preferred mode of transportation—motor coach, boat (catamaran or duck), van, car, taxi, or trolley. If strolling is more your speed, choose a guided walking tour.

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  1. Allen Marine Tours, Inc.

    We’ve been turning Alaska dreams into Alaska experiences for 45 years! Join us for a 4.5 hour narrated cruise to Misty Fjords National Monument. Luxurious, high-performance, vessels seat to 140 people. Charters available for groups & special events.   More...

  2. The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show

    At The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show you will witness some of the world's best lumberjacks go head to head in more than a dozen live exciting events such as chopping, sawing, relay races, axe throwing, log rolling and a 50-foot speed climb.

  3. Tlingit Tours of Ketchikan

    Learn some history of Ketchikan, medicinal & edible plants, and my native culture. We can look for wildlife and visit Potlatch Park. The park is built on old fishing grounds. Make a memorable visit on your 3-hour tour.

  4. Alaska Discount Tours

  5. Ketchitour

    Ketchitour is a local sightseeing and tour company originating and operating in Ketchikan Alaska. Founded in 2009, we specialize in sightseeing throughout the city of Ketchikan, also known as the "First City" or the "Salmon Captial of the World".

  6. Dolly's Enterprises, Inc.

    One of the most popular sites is the Saxman Totem Village. The Island’s largest totem park with 29 authentic totems carved by Tlingit and Haida natives. The poles were relocated from the original sites in the 30s and were recarved by native carvers.

  7. Ketchikan Pub Crawl

    Want to learn about a place? Drink with the locals!

  8. Ketchikan Native Tours

    • 3072 S. Tongass HWY
      Ketchikan, AK 99901
    • Phone: 907-821-7037

    Ketchikan Native Tours is a locally owned and operated Southeast Alaska land-based sightseeing tour company that focuses on the traditional Native culture of the Tongass National Rainforest. We will make this your experience!

  9. Eagle One Enterprises LLC

    Welcome aboard to experience teeming wildlife, majestic rainforests and beautiful coastlines in comfort during our 2.5 hour tour starting in picturesque downtown Ketchikan.

  10. Northern Tours

    Northern Tours, offering the Alaska traveler the best overall experience. Providing exceptional value with quality tours for over 25 years.

  11. Aurora Tours

    3 Hr. VIP Excursions. City, Totems, Rainforest Walk, Wildlife & Cultural tour from a local Tlingit Indian. Born and raised in Alaska. 6, 10 & 14 Passenger Vans at Flat Rate Pricing. See web page for pricing.

  12. Tour Ketchikan LLC

    Offering Custom Tours for groups of Eight or more! Our highly experienced, local drivers will tailor your tour to your interests and needs. Go where you want, when you want. Ask about our Dock-to-Dock All Day Service! Call 907-617-6625!

  13. Alaska Coach Tours

    Offering sightseeing tours of Ketchikan's highlights. Alaskan owned & operated.

  14. Ketchikan Expeditions, LLC

    We are a small, locally owned business that specializes in private, VIP customized tours in Ketchikan. It’s our desire to enrich your vacation experience by providing a unique and memorable adventure that is designed just for You!

  15. Ketchikan On Foot

    • 2417 Tongass Ave Ste 111-319
      Ketchikan, AK 99901
    • Phone: (907)632-7307

    Locally curated, focused, and led, walking tours of Ketchikan, Alaska. Home of the Husky Tour Guides!

  16. Sourdough Tours of Ketchikan, LLC

    We offer fully narrated guided tours of Ketchikan's historic sites and Native cultures. Our most popular, the Wildlife, City & Saxman Native Village Tour. This tour combines wildlife, totem poles, and a city tour, all in one.

  17. Bonfire Bay Tour Company

    Hump Island Oyster Farm Tour, Tasting and Wildlife Cruise. Cruise the North Tongass waterways in search of wildlife en route to the only working Oyster and Kelp Farm tour site in Alaska. On-site tour of farm and sampling of products.

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