Juneau Sightseeing Tours and Activities


Juneau is Alaska’s small but busy capital, a haven of narrow streets, museums, bars and art galleries. The city was founded in 1880 by Joe Juneau and Richard Harris as they prospected for gold in the wilderness. Today the buildings here seem to rise with the mountains from the sea, and hardly seem to have changed in the last 100 years. Visitors to this scenic city arrive by air or cruise ship as there are no roads in or out.

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SJU1001 Glacier Bay Day Tour

Enjoy a full day in Glacier Bay National Park - with its snow-capped mountain ranges rising to over 15.000 feet, coastal beaches with protected coves, deep fjords, tidewater glaciers as well as coastal and estuarine waters. Bring your camera - because this is an experience you will not easily forget! Witness glacial calving, stunning scenery, and the areas impressive wildlife diversity (Whales, Sea Lions, Sea Otters, Bald Eagles, Bears, Sea Birds) as you comfortably enjoy the smooth ride towards the magnificent glaciated world of Tarr and Muir Inlets located within the West Arm of Glacier Bay.
Daily from June - September | Price: $599

SJU1002 Pack Creek Bear Viewing Tour to Admiralty Island

The Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary on Admiralty Island is one of Alaska’s most accessible, and yet most wild, bear viewing areas. After the scenic floatplane flight from Juneau, walk on the same ground as the bears. Human visitation is limited, allowing us to enjoy a wilderness bear viewing experience. Starting in spring, brown bears come to the meadows to feed and also to pursue mates. This makes it one of the best places to see bears during May and early June. While some Pack Creek bears head into the nearby mountains in mid-June, following fresh green vegetation, some stick around. By the end of June, bears are congregating at the creek, waiting for the first pacific salmon to arrive. From July through early-September, bears can be seen feeding on salmon. This tour is a premium guided and fully-outfitted package. Observe these amazing bears in the protected Kootznoowoo Wilderness on Admiralty Island.
Daily from May - September | Price: $789.00

SJU1003 Tracy Arm Fjords Glacier Cruise

Journey through one of the most dramatic sites in the world - Tracy Arm Fjord. This narrow fjord twists and turns for over 30 miles, culminating in a spectacular view of the twin tidewater Sawyer Glaciers. Your captain will navigate as close as the ice floe allows, stopping for an extended stay at the face of the glacier. Watch for seals relaxing on the icebergs and bald eagles soaring above the cliffs. Learn about the natural history of the fjord, glaciers and the wildlife from our onboard naturalist. Gain insights into Tlingit Native culture. Overcast days will not dampen your enjoyment as clouds and mist only heighten the drama of the fjord and intensify the glacial blue color. The vessel features two spacious levels with large windows for unobstructed views, heated cabins and a open upper deck.
Duration 8:30 AM – 6 PM | Price:$170.00

SJU1004 Juneau Icefield | Glacier Helicopter Tours

This tour includes a 50-minute flight time that enables passengers to view more of the immense Juneau Icefield when weather permits. This tour takes you deep into the Juneau Icefield and lands in one of our permitted areas. A large portion of the 1500 square mile Juneau Icefield may be observed enroute. Weather permitting an alternate route returning to the airport provides additional scenic possibilities. Our pilots provide custom flights. A 15-minute walk supplements the narrated flight over the glacier with our pilot/guide who can answer additional questions or will use your camera to take photos of you and your friends. We provide transportation to and from the ship docks or selected downtown locations as needed. An additional 45 minutes each direction for transportation and outfitting is required
Daily from May – September | Price: $320.00

SJU1005 Juneau City Tour and Mendenhall Glacier Tour

Learn about Juneau's past and present as your motorcoach takes you through the new and historic part of downtown Juneau, Alaska's capital city. See the Governor's Mansion, Gold Creek Bassin, the State Capital Building, the St. Nicholas Historical Russian Orthodox Church, the Miners Museum and the Juneau Museum as well as Douglas Island with scenic views over the Gasitneau Channel and towards downtown Juneau. Stop at DIPAC Salmon Hatchery to learn about the life cycle of the salmon. The tour continues on to Mendenhall Glacier where you'll have time to view all the exhibits at the US Forest Service Visitor Center and Observatory, walk the trail to photo point, and just take in the magnificence of this glacier situated in Juneau's back yard.
Daily from May – September | Price: $90.00