Ketchikan, Alaska overview
Ketchikan, Alaska is ranked
- #3 in Best Alaska Port
While Ketchikan is known as the “salmon capital of the world,” there’s plenty to do in town that doesn’t revolve around salmon, too.
Loved Ketchikan! We did not book an excursion, just walked the city, then took a short hike. Great shopping, lots of eagles. Beautiful stop with plenty to do.
OH MY...I blew my travel budget at this port which is my favorite. Bought 2 pieces of native Alaskan art, l a beautiful bentwood carved/paintned box and the other a very unique 36-38" totem. So worth this port call to visit and explore.
Visited: May 06, 2018
rustic and quant town. Did a tour and saw dozens of Eagles, a pod of Orca's, and a baby bear
Visited: Jun 06, 2018
Go to the visitor center and pick up a walking tour map. It will take you through Creek Street, a charming town with lots of history.
Visited: Jun 25, 2017
This is a busier port. We took the city bus ($2 one way)to Totem Bight ($5 entry fee). We got there before the coach loads of people arrived and it was magical. If you let the rain stop you, you won't see anything in Ketchikan. There are plenty of souvenir shops in Ketchikan to do last minute shopping.
Visited: Jul 24, 2017
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