This port was the furthest port from town during all of our stops. We decided on the Canopy Zip Line Tour for this stop once again Princess did a fantastic job of having it well organized. You zip through the rainforest in Kethcikan it had 5 zip lines and a rope bridge challenge, these zip lines were not for the fain of heart. I would call it an extreme zip line as they had the fastest one and long one. I had never gone and was scared but did conquer my fear. It was well run and never felt unsafe but it was still scary and at the end they give you a medal and snacks for you feet. You can also purchase a picture of you on the last zip line. The tough cost about $179 per person at the time we went and the souvenir photo cost about $20.00 Once back in town we walked the fishing town of Kethickan and it was a beautiful scenic town lined with shops art galleries and restaurants. We walked a further back into town and that is where they had some really reasonable souvenir shops as well as a little cafe called Ketchikan Coffee where we stopped for a latte on our way back to the ship. But stated earlier it is a walk back to the ship so allow time so you don't miss you boat. FYI there is a shuttle that is at the port but beware he only make two stops and he is paid to stop at these two souvenir shops and you will need to walk from there and if there is not enough people he will not be back for you so do not wait for him start walking back to the boat as you may miss the boat as we waited and than realized he was not coming back so glad we walked as once we boarded we were one of 10 passengers not accounted for as we had the other 5 with us and encouraged them to walk back we soon left port as we boarded so we cut it close.