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    Salt Water Expedition (2 hours)

    Alaska Amphibious Tours & Alaska Hummer Adventures
    You begin your Saltwater Expedition from Ketchikan’s oceanfront. Board a custom designed former Coast Guard Fast Response Vessel and feel the grandeur of Ketchikan and its awe-inspiring coastline up-close and personal. Our maneuverable, soft riding, stable 25’ Safe Boat will glide you through hidden coves, secluded beaches, pristine inlets, salmon spawning streams, and majestic islands of the Southeast Alaska Rainforest. Relax in a warm, comfortable cabin or enjoy the rainforest mist from the deck as your captain delights you in the natural beauty, history, and culture of Ketchikan’s island. Marvel at the stunning views and local marine and coastal wildlife that populate the waters surrounding this beautiful island. Be sure to bring your camera and rainproof jacket.
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    Expedition Black Bear

    Alaska Amphibious Tours & Alaska Hummer Adventures
    In the mid-summer and early fall, when the salmon arrive to spawn, Margaret Creek (Traitor’s Cove) is host to a high concentration of black bears. Among these old growth forests, pristine rivers, striking mountains, soaring eagles and ravens is the powerful black bear. Begin your Expedition Black Bear from Ketchikan’s waterfront in close proximity of the piers. Black Bear viewing is located 26 miles north of Ketchikan in Margaret Bay/Traitors Cove, which is accessible on a sixty to seventy minute boat ride. Your Six-Packed Licensed Captain will guide you on a saltwater safari through the Tongass Narrows, Clover Passage, and temperate rainforest to Traitor’s Cove, navigating the vessel on a path of scenic sanctuaries, stunning bays and inlets, past a majestic lighthouse, seeking marine and coastal wildlife viewing opportunities along the way. Quite often you will be able to observe the captivating behavior of whales breaching and tail-slapping, revere bear trails, and admire salmon streams; and you just might see Bald Eagles feasting on salmon leftovers from the bears foraging. At Traitor’s Cove dock, your adventure will continue together on a 1 1/4 mile drive by private car to the Margaret Creek trailhead. From here, you will be guided on a short 250 yard walk along a rainforest trail to the bear viewing falls. Your Captain/Guide is well equipped and very familiar with travel in bear country, as well as knowledgeable about local flora, fauna, and wildlife that inhabit the rainforest.
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