We will be opened on a limited basis during the 2021 season! We are offering whale watching options 3 days per week. We do have a minimum of 6 passengers per departure requirement, but we will do our very best to accommodate everyone! If you are coming in 2022, feel free to book with this special promo code: 30for22 to get 30% off!
2-City Whale Watching & Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau Yukoner Tour &Yukon Dog Mushing in Skagway $242
Tour the best of two great locations for one great low price. On this combo package you get two of our most popular tours, one at each of your cruise stops. Explore the tour links to see what you’ll experience in Juneau and Skagway!
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Two Kids from Hawaii Start a Tour Company
In its 15th year of operation, Alaskan-owned company Juneau Tours and Whale Watch weighs in as the largest independent tour provider in Southeast Alaska. But don’t let that title mislead you, this family operation is all about the customer experience. From sales agents and dock representatives to bus drivers/ guides, naturalists/deck hands and boat captains, Juneau Tours and Whale Watch treats everyone like well-loved family.
Juneau, City in the Forest Surrounded by Ocean & Ice
The Tongass National Forest, the 2nd biggest rainforest in the world and the largest forest in North America is the backdrop for all tours in Juneau. Extending from Ketchikan in the South to Skagway in the North, the Tongass surrounds Juneau with millions of acres of Sitka Spruce, Red and Yellow Cedar, and Hemlock trees. By some estimates, 20,000 – 30,000 Bald Eagles live in Juneau, as well as Black Bears, Porcupine…
To the West, the calm waters of the Inside Passage, offer excellent fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. Tides rise and lower the docks up to 20 feet twice per day. Moss covered rocks appear below the faded cliffs along the Lynn Canal as the tide ebbs and flows. The deep Fjord reaches nearly 2500 feet in depth and breeds teeming schools of the Herring, Krill, and Salmon upon which the whales feed. From Auke Bay…
At its peak, at the end of the little ice age in the 1700s, half of Alaska was covered in ice up to one mile deep. The Juneau Icefield, stretching from Juneau and flowing 90 miles north to Skagway, Alaska, creates a natural barrier isolating Juneau from the rest of the world. The Juneau Icefield, with its 30 massive glaciers and approximately 100 smaller glaciers, forms a natural and insurmountable boundary with…