Recorrido a pie por la reserva del bosque tropical de Alaska para conocer su fauna

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Sitka, Estados Unidos

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2 horas 45 minutos (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles

Descripción general

Explore el espectacular desierto del santuario de la selva tropical de Alaska en este tour a pie para grupos pequeños. Aprende sobre el ecosistema local y la vida silvestre que apoya con una guía conocedora y amigable. Camina por un hermoso bosque de montaña, hogar de osos, águilas calvas y ciervos. Aprenda sobre la naturaleza dinámica y la abundante vida silvestre de un pintoresco estuario marino. Tendrá muchas oportunidades para tomar fotos y aprenderá sobre el tallado de tótems en un aserradero histórico.
  • Recorrido a pie por el santuario de la selva tropical de Alaska con un guía naturalista
  • Vea la diversidad de flora y fauna de la naturaleza de Alaska en esta reserva privada
  • Aprende sobre la fauna única de esta región con tu guía local.
  • Recorra un aserradero histórico y vea cómo trabaja un tallador en un intrincado tótem
Después de la recogida en su hotel y de un breve recorrido en automóvil, conozca a su guía naturalista en el puerto de Ketchikan para este recorrido a pie que abarca la variada vida salvaje de Alaska. Observe el ajetreado puerto, donde los pescadores navegan dentro y fuera durante todo el día, y luego se van al bosque con su guía. Aprende de la guía sobre los hermosos árboles de cedro, cicuta y abeto, así como la gruesa alfombra de musgo y flores silvestres, mientras paseas por el denso bosque.
Vea un estuario protegido y siga Eagle Creek a un paseo marítimo rústico con una vista de los humedales. Durante la temporada de desove, miles de salmones regresan a este lugar, y muchos animales silvestres respaldados por la población de salmones también regresan aquí. Los osos, las focas y las águilas calvas frecuentan el área durante ese tiempo, así como en muchas otras épocas del año, así que mantén un ojo atento para ellos y ten tu cámara lista. Escuche mientras su guía explica los matices de este frágil ecosistema y la diversidad de la vida silvestre que dependen de él.
Cuando llegue al final del sendero de media milla, tendrá la opción de visitar el Alaska Raptor Center, su oportunidad de acercarse a la vida silvestre local. Para concluir la caminata informativa y escénica, deténgase en el histórico aserradero de Herring Bay Lumber Company. Vea a un maestro tallador de tótems en acción, explore las exhibiciones interpretativas y relájese con un refrigerio antes de regresar a su hotel.

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Greg S
, ago 2018

While we enjoyed our guide and found him knowledgeable, we were disappointed to see no bears, otters, moose, etc. A banana slug, two ravens, and a harbor seal were not worth the cost of this trip. There ought to be a more realistic prediction of when one might be likely to see bears. The promise of seeing them was the only reason we took this trip.

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Sharon R
, ago 2018

I was under the impression that I'd be seeing actual wildlife. We did see banana slugs, and a couple of eagles. But no otters, moose, or bears. We did see injured hawks and eagles that were being cared for. But overall, this tour was a disappointment.

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bibi
, jul 2016

Very informative, not too long we did it with two kids under 3 and it was raining, beautiful scenery, lovely. bring rain boots, rain coats, warm clothes

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Yuki M
, jul 2016

The tour guide was very informative and was quite interesting. I have never seen so many eagles so close in my life. The area is somewhat small and is not very wild though. It is like walking in a well-maintained arboretum or a small forest preserve. The transportation to downtown area from the sanctuary is a little bit of a problem. We had to ask around and verify when we will be picked up. Still we needed to wait around half an hour or more after the tour.

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Brooks K
, jun 2016

It was a great time. Easy walk and very informative. We even saw a bear.

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george B
, may 2016

good guide , interesting walk

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vsamuel7608
, dic 2015

It was absolutley wonderful, our guide Summer was amazing, we saw bears, eagles, otters, heron, banana slugs and so much more. There was a totem pole being worked on while we were there which was great to see and talk with the craftsman. Would definately repeat this tour - I love nature and all it has to offer.

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Marilyn G
, jul 2015

This was a really great excursion. We were collected from the meeting place and taken out to the Sanctuary, where we ended up with our own personal guide! He was extremely knowledgeable and observant and greatly added to the experience. We saw 3 bears wonderful!, countless bald eagles and all sorts of wildlife. My grievance about Viator trips is that the onus is on you, the customer, to contact the local company actually doing the trip to confirm that you will be going. If you only have a bog-standard mobile which does not work in the country where you are and you happen to be out in the back of beyond in Alsaka, it is EXTREMELY difficult and stressful to do this. Had I not been shown kindness by a member of staff at the first point of call, I would not have been able to confirm. There was only an answerphone available so I had to wait until I got to Juneau, where another holiday maker leant me his mobile. If you pay a lot of money, you should not have to confirm your ownarrangements!!


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Código de producto: 6566WILDLIFE

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