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Skagway Wildlife Tour Excursion Reviews

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On a wildlife tour in Skagway, you may catch a glimpse of rare bald eagles, deer or even a bear! Bring your camera.

Borisbuddy

2 reviews

Steve Kroshel's park was beyond amazingly cool. Intense amount of animal interaction for guests!


Provider: Princess Cruises

99stingray

1 review

Whale watching in the evening. We spotted 9 humpback whales. It was very exciting.


Provider: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

NH Cruiser56

1 review


A boat ride to Haines and Davidson Glacier. Whales & Eagles along the way. A stop for a picnic lunch then a bus ride to the canoes. After a short paddle the motor went in the water for the rest of the ride to the Glacier. The we walked out to see the Glacier. A really nice day


Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines

Sourdough62

2 reviews

We rode the water taxi (catamaran) down to Haines, which was an interesting experience in itself. Along the way we saw a whale do a full breach (completely out of the water), but it happened only once so no one got a picture. ("Nuts!") Buses were waiting at the pier in Haines so there is only a minimum of walking for those with mobility problems. Saw Harbor Seals, numerous bald eagles, and some bears, along with pink salmon jumping out of the water at Chilkoot Lake. Although the bear viewing wasn't optimum (i.e. They weren't standing in the middle of the river pulling salmon out with their great timing. Rather, they were lazy bears who were standing at the weir and picking the salmon off as they got hung-up. Oh well, who are we to judge?), bears are bears and are impressive creatures no matter how you see them. We were delighted at the spectacle.

Provider: Princess Cruises

PiperNY

1 review

Did the Glacier Point Wilderness Safari. Got to do a little of everything (boating, hiking, glacier watching, etc), which was nice.

Provider: Celebrity Cruises

sunlou25

2 reviews

It was really nice to see the animals up close. We got to touch caribou antlers, get kissed by a moose, etc. Nice boxed lunch at the end. I was concerned about walking up the steel hill w/ a bad knee, but it went slow so it wasn't a problem.

Provider: Princess Cruises

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