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Rainforest Island Adventure

From USD$179 per person
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(Tour Code: KTNBOA2) Multiple daily departures to accommodate cruise ship schedule


All pricing is in United States of America USD$


27 Apr - 05 Oct, 2020



Prices are per person and include all taxes.

Child age 12 yrs & under

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Take a ride on an open motorized ocean raft called a Seahawk.


On your way to Benton Island your captain will point out marine life and interesting features along the coast of Clover Passage, including a bald eagle’s nest.

 En route, you may have the opportunity to observe whales, Steller sea lions, harbour seals, bald eagles and migrating seabirds.

Landing at a beautiful secluded beach, follow your guide through the ancient Tongass National Forest, which is the nation’s largest national forest at almost 17 million acres. Home to a diverse cross-section of animals including bears, eagles, salmon, sandhill cranes, wolves and trumpeter swans, you will learn about the botanical species native to this region. Your guide will point out Western red cedars and yellow cedars that early Natives depended on for spiritual enrichment, shelter and transportation. The trail you will be taking is mostly boardwalk with a gradual slope, is well maintained and about one mile in length.

During your stay on the island, you’ll enjoy an Alaska-style snack by the campfire and take in the vistas, before your return trip to Ketchikan.

Tour Includes:

  • Round trip transfer from dock or hotel
  • Rain gear and life jackets
  • Snack and beverages