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Sitka is considered Alaska's most beautiful seaside town, with views of island-studded waters and stately spruce forests reaching to the water's edge. Sitka offers a combination of Native culture, Russian history, and Alaskan wilderness which provides a diverse and unequaled Alaskan experience. The mild climate and dense forests make Sitka one of the best places to view wildlife in Alaska.

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Land and Sea

Land and Sea

$276/Adult

Land and SeaThis 4-hour combination adventure offers both land and sea viewing opportunities to expe...

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Private Sitka by Classic Car

Private Sitka by Classic Car

$185/Adult

Private Sitka by Classic CarDuring this 2-hour comprehensive tour of Sitka you will learn the rich h...

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Whale Watching and Marine Wildlife

Whale Watching and Marine Wildlife

$179/Adult

Whale Watching and Marine WildlifeThe city lies in a unique location, nestled between the Tongass te...

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Sitka Marine Adventure

Sitka Marine Adventure

$177/Adult

Sitka Marine AdventureYour boat for this amazing tour is a safe, Coast Guard inspected 26-foot Glaci...

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by ScooterWeibels

My favorite stop, great weather and lots of wildlife, went on the Otters Raptors and Bears Oh My tour and it was absolutely amazing saw so much wildlife.

Visited: Jul 30, 2018

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by Indy1

Took the tour that included a brief stop at the Russian Orthodox Church where they have beautiful icons other beautifully adorned items, and the tourist shops in 'downtown' Sitka and also went to a museum just outside of 'downtown'. We got to the museum and while the museum was nice and the adjacent woods very nice, we were anxious to get a move on and so we didn't stay for the dance party of the tour. We took off from that stop on the tour and walked back to the downtown area which is very close and is an easy walk with nice views. When we got back to town we decided to try a raindeer sausage from a couple of gals who sold them next to a shop. It was really good but i can't vouch for sure it wasn't a bratwurst. The tourist shops seemed to have a good variety of merchandise at decent prices and the town wasn't overloaded with shops selling diamonds and tanzanites. We caught one of the shuttle buses that goes back to the ship on a street closer to the water than the main tourist strip.

Visited: Jul 30, 2018

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