Visit the restored Icy Straits Packing Company, providing visitors a glimpse into the life and times of a historic fish cannery circa 1930.
Enjoy the lush green rainforest as you are guided through the towering stands of old growth spruce and hemlock. Breathe in the scents of natural wood for a refreshing and rejuvenating experience.
Board a 100-foot vessel and travel to famous Point Adolphus near the entrance to Glacier Bay National Park where you can catch a glimpse of the different breeds of whale and other marine mammals.
Explore outback regions of the Tongass National Forest where guests board a 25-passenger bus in search for brown (Grizzly) bears while observing spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife
Explore these Icy Strait Point activities on our Shore Excursions site.
Icy Strait Point is a historic area located on a picturesque Alaskan bay ideal for wildlife spotting. The area is home to Humpback whales, orca, Dall sheep, porpoises, seals, sea otters, brown (Grizzly) bear, halibut, and all five species of Pacific salmon. The King Salmon fishing is some of the best in Southeast Alaska (18-75 lbs), while up to 300 lb halibut can be caught!
A multitude of other sea and bird life resides along this spectacular coastline of rich coastal marine life. Point Adolphus has the largest congregation of Humpback whales in the Alaskan panhandle.
Learn about the native culture of the Tlingit people. Let them be your hosts for the Native Theater, a ceremonial Salmon Bake, and the "Journey through Time" native historical experience.