5 reviews of Juneau Shore Excursion: Gold Panning and Salmon Bake Combo Tour
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Juneau Shore Excursion: Gold Panning and Salmon Bake Combo Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
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Reviewed by Elizabeth P, September 2012
Panning for gold was a great experience. The Salmon Bake was awesome. We even saw the salmon swimming up stream to spawn (mid Aug) food was good, nice picnic grove atmosphere.
Reviewed by Jo B, September 2012
This was a fun experience and the best tasting clam chowder and salmon I ever had. THe one issue was with us being shuttled from place to place. We were sent to eat first when it said gold panning first so we had already eaten lunch - then when we were returned to get a shuttle to pan we ( 4 of us) were put on a shuttle with everyone else who was headed to the salmon bake- so I think that end of things could use some coordination. We waited for quite a while.
Reviewed by Curtis, July 2012
This was a blast. The salmon bake was terrific, but both my wife and I truly enjoyed the gold panning experience. About the only thing I would ask for is more time prospecting.
Reviewed by Sharon E, July 2012
Excellent tour! Found some gold! Salmon bake was superb. Lots to eat and a good variety!
Reviewed by Chad R, September 2012
Based on the price paid for this tour, I feel it was not really worth it. Those in charge of the tour seemed disorganized, telling us we needed to be back to the original point of contact by 3pm for the gold panning part of the tour and then changed their mind after we got there to 3:30. So we basically wasted 30 minutes of our time in Juneau standing and waiting. Then when we got on the shuttle for the gold panning part, the driver thought he was to take us to the salmon bake part afterward, but 4 of us had already been there. Not sure where the communication break-down occurred. While the food was good and the gold panning were fun, I think it was priced about $30 too high.
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