In addition to its peaceful location overlooking the Gulf of Alaska, Sitka’s unique blend of native Tlingit culture and Russian heritage make it one of the most interesting ports in the region.
"Walked to Raptor Center, around town and had lunch at local restaurant." in 28 reviews.
"The whale and sea otter watching was magnificant." in 17 reviews.
"The National Park was nice seeing the totem poles and spawning salmon Loved Sitka!" in 4 reviews.
NurseJoshuaaa says ...
The weather and sites here were absolutely beautiful! We went into town and wanted something quick to eat before our kayak tour on the ocean, so we had some local Mexican food, it was not bad at all. It was actually tasty coming from an Alaskan standpoint LOL. The kayaking tour we did was about two hours, it was absolutely worth it. Me and my dad were able to see tons of wildlife i.e. Dear, jellyfish, soaring Eagles and tons of salmon.
rmoore4127 says ...
Our favorite. No excursions but walked on our own. Walked along the pathway around the harbor to the Sitka Sound Science Center (Salmon galore in the harbor and research tanks). Then walked trails through Sitka National Historic Park seeing hundreds of salmon as well as eagles.
Visited: Aug 19, 2017
Posted: 3 years ago
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