What can you do to enjoy the mysterious Alaskan native culture and the pristine wildlife?
Read on to find out what to do in the Icy Strait Point, Alaska:
Whales, Wildlife and Brown Bear Search
Alaska’s wildlife is a perennial attraction for people: what kind of animals can survive in temperatures of minus 40 to 50 degrees Celsius?
In Alaska, you may see a porpoise jumping in the sea when sitting on a cruise ship, or see a bear when hiking in the mountains.
Say hello to the Icy Strait Point, Alaska!
Glacier Bay Flightseeing
This is probably the most exciting event ever!
Picture this: You’re in a helicopter, and it brings you to fly through towering glaciers; beneath your feet is a world of blue ice…
Forest and Natural Tram
Let the tram guide you to discover the natural wonderland made by the rainforest by the channel side and the woodland.
You can see colorful wildflowers all over the mountain.
ATV Expedition and ZipRider
Now experience the freedom of flying and the fresh air!
Drive the Kawasaki Mule going through the forest to arrive at the Icy Strait, and you will see something unique that you’ve never seen before! Also, Alaska has the largest zip-line.
Icy Strait Point Advanced Kayak Adventure
To be able to float in a kayak on a sea of crushed ice in the summer and enjoy natural air conditioner, that’s indeed a relaxing trip.
Unlike kayaking in Florida, kayaking on the waters of Alaska takes you to the white world.
This is one of the most popular activities in Alaska! One of my most exciting adventures was Salmon Fishing!
You can catch a big, fresh salmon for yourself, eat a mouthful of fatty, mellow salmon in a cabin near the shore to feel the ocean’s sense.
Not only the salmon but also the halibut fish has very fresh meat.
After catching a halibut fish, don’t forget to take a picture: look, I caught halibut!
If you love cooking or you are a gastronome, don’t miss this one!
Local fisherwoman and wilderness chef will guide you through the taste of nature.
Walking Tour of Ancient Ocean and Forest
Guide your path with your feet, to feel the ancient oceans and forests, and breathe the fresh air from a hundred years ago.
Hoonah is a largely Tlingit community on Chichagof Island, located in the southeast region of Alaska.
Follow the guide to experience Alaska Natives’ life and feel their traditional culture made by ice, snow and enthusiasm.