Icy Strait Excursions & Icy Strait Shore Excursions
Welcome to Icy Strait point, located in the town of Hoonah Alaska and home of the Tlingit native tribe for thousands of years. Enjoy the breathtaking view of White Alice Mountain while you choose your Icy Strait activities and Icy Strait Shore Excursions for the day!
Hoonah is located on Chichagof Island and the port itself is centered on a restored salmon cannery. There you will find local arts and crafts, shops, restaurants, and a museum along with a 1930's cannery display. Outdoors you will find the world's highest zip line that is 5,330 feet long with a vertical drop of 1,300 feet and has been featured in a variety of travel and sports magazines. Just browse our Icy Strait Excursions for more information!
For the slightly less adventurous there is phenomenal whale watching shore excursions in Icy Strait such as our Icy Strait Whale Watching Excursion, with frequent sightings of both humpback and killer whales, so make sure to have your cameras ready. Bear watching is another favorite pastime which can be done while on our Icy Strait Bear and Whale Combo Excursion, a once in a lifetime experience; hiking, kayaking, and world famous fishing excursions are also offered.
Be sure to stop by at Alaska's Wildest Kitchen where you will learn the importance of salmon and subsistence fishing to the local culture. There you will also learn how to turn salmon, and halibut, into burgers, grilled entrees, spreads, or casseroles.
Take a leisurely walk through the town that has been lovingly preserved to reflect contemporary Tlingit culture, or maybe you'll want to take a trip to Tenakee Springs natural hot springs! The choices of Icy Strait Shore Excursions are endless!
So come and explore our Icy Strait Exclusive Wildlife Excursion and the unspoiled beauty that is Alaska while you enjoy the hospitality of the Tlingit tribe!
Fun Fact: You will be greeted at the dock by traditionally garbed Tlingit tribal members.
Enjoy our selected Icy Strait Excursions and Cruise Shore Excursions in Hoonah Alaska!