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We invite you to visit Alaska’s Inside Passage, also known as “The Panhandle” or “Southeast”. Spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, vivid Native cultures, astounding history and exceptional hospitality are hallmarks of our region.

Whitehorse – Capital of the Yukon


One hundred years ago 30,000 reckless adventurers fought their way up the Yukon River, by boat, on their voyage to the Gold fields. Many struggled through the choppy waters of the Whitehorse Rapids. Exciting Times! Fearless men and women traversing great distances to arrive at their goal, the Klondike. Whitehorse, Capital of the Yukon, is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Canada.

Skagway – In the Heart of Gold Rush Country


In 1897, the cry of “Gold in the Yukon” rang throughout the world, triggering the Last Great Adventure. Thousands of prospectors sailed the Inside Passage to Skagway.

Haines – The Alaska of Your Dream


On the shores of North America’s longest fjords… Surrounded by spectacular peaks, glaciers, lakes and rivers… With abundant marine life, birds, and wildlife… It’s meadows and roadside bursting with flowers… Haines is the Alaska of your dreams!

Juneau – Alaska’s Peak Experience


Home of the famous Mendenhall Glacier and the state capital, Juneau is the third largest city in Alaska and touts a blend of gold rush history, nature and Native culture. Named after prospector Joe Juneau, it was one of the first towns founded after the U.S. purchased the land from Russia.

Sitka – Part Russian, Part Tlingit, Totally Beautiful


Located on Baranof Island, Sitka is considered Alaska’s most beautiful seaside town. It’s past is a unique blend of Tlingit and Russian cultures. Onion domes and spire are the skyline that mark the history of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Petersburg – Alaska’s Little Norway


Nestled in the heart of the Tongass National Forest at the north end of the Wrangell Narrows, Petersburg is truly a working town. Canneries bustle, processing fresh salmon, halibut and shrimp. Enjoy the catch of the day at a local restaurant or ship fresh seafood home!

Wrangell – The Hidden Jewel


Wrangell, Gateway to the Stikine River,is the Alaska you envision. Wrangell is a friendly frontier town and the only town in Alaska to have been governed by three flags and four nations: Tlingit Natives, Russia, British and the U.S.

Ketchikan Alaska – Alaska’s Native Cultural Center and Sportfishing Capital


L egend has it that the word Ketchikan originated from the Tlingit word “Kitcxan,” which means “Where the eagles’ wings are”. Tourists all agree that Ketchikan is undoubtedly home to some of the most beautiful native culture in the world.

Prince Rupert – Canadian Getaways


Incorporated in 1910, Prince Rupert was the dream of Charles Melville Hays. The site was to be the western terminus for Canada’s second transcontinental railway, and Prince Rupert was to be a showcase for Hay’s ventures and was to, one day, rival the port of Vancouver (British Columbia).

Glacier Bay Alaska – Alaska’s National Treasure


Only 200 years ago, the magnificent fjords of what is now Glacier Bay National Park, were buried under ice thousands of feet thick. Today visitors can explore this 3 million acre park with its tidewater glaciers, wildlife, and spectacular mountain peaks on day cruise vessels, kayaks, or on foot.