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Ketchikan Wildlife Sanctuary Excursion Reviews

Ketchikan Wildlife Sanctuary cruise excursion
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Venture into the Tongass National Rainforest on a trail that puts you up close and personal with the flora and fauna of the area. Look for wildlife that frequent the area including a variety of birds, black bears, deer, mink, marten and seals.
Member Image juliaoh
1 review
Not Rated
Jul 2013

Interesting wildlife walk innBear Sanctuary, seeing salmon, eagles, seals and Totem Poles. Would do again

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Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines
Member Image KittyMeowit
6 reviews
Not Rated
May 2013

We booked this wildlife sanctuary tour through the Travelocity site. The tour group was small and our guide throughout the sanctuary was very good, but there was just very little wildlife to be seen which is disappointing. We did see two eagles way up in the trees, one bird and a cat. Little disappointing but who can control these things? We did see the eagle and owl that they had in captivity for a short period of time, followed by about five minutes to feed the reindeer who were cute. The we went into a shed for about five minutes where someone showed us a big log that they will carve into something for a totem pole. In our opinion, not really worth the money we paid for the tour but hopefully some of it went to preserving the rainforest and wildlife in it. Ketchikan was a cute town and I wish we could have been there for longer than three hours.

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