Passe um dia no porto de Juneau garimpando ouro e desfrutando de um assado de salmão fresco do Alasca. Após um rápido City tour em Juneau, siga com guia em direção a Gold Creek e Last Chance Basin para uma aventura com garimpagem de ouro. Quando estiver com fome, siga para um bufê tradicional de assado de salmão. Asse marshmallows em uma fogueira, visite as cachoeiras de Salmon Creek e testemunhe um mestre escultor Tinglit transformar totens de 3 metros de altura e joias de prata em uma arte belíssima. O melhor de tudo: todo ouro que encontrar é seu!
Waste of time and extremely expensive for what you got. The gold panning spot was just a spot on any river. We went on another gold panning excursion in northern Alaska that was much better. Salted pans, I guess that was ok, but that was the only good part. Not enough time. Then off to the Salmon Bake. Food was cool and like cafeteria style - not worth the . Entertainment was awful. Would never recommend it to anyone.
Struck gold on this one! Great fun, interesting for young and old alike. Gold Rush Randy went the extra mile with his local knowledge and the salmon bake was in the perfect setting with delicious food.
Kids had a great time panning for gold and the food at the Salmon bake was fantastic. Our guide, Tom, was a wonderful and entertaining individual who took great care of us. It was a great day and well worth the money!
This tour was one that our group of four was really looking forward to, and since it was Father's Day and our men were very enthusiastic about it, my sister and I felt quite proud of ourselves for getting the tour booked. The only hitch was that just before the tour began the weather changed from a beautiful day to cloudy and by the time our bus arrived at the gold panning site the weather turned stormy with thunder, lightening, and heavy rain...which continued for the entire time we were there. Our guide told us this was quite rare but we attempted to go ahead with it until the continuing downpour and the unease caused by being out in lightening sent us back to the bus. Our guide offered ponchos so our upper bodies weren't wet, just our feet and up to our knees. We were fairly soggy but we went on to the salmon bake, which was wonderful! The whole setting was inviting and the food was plentiful and delicious. A guitarist serenaded us while we enjoyed our meal and to top it off we roasted marshmallows for dessert. It was chilly but there were heaters that warmed us up. I am sure this tour would have been the highlight of our trip if Mother Nature had just cooperated!