Eco-tour and photographic moments ~
Take advantage of trips including wildlife and history tours, sea kayaking in calm and untouched bays, relaxing in a natural hot spring, visit an active salmon hatchery, go clamming and tide pool exploring on a low tide, or beach comb with your family on an piece of isolated Alaskan coastline.
The list of opportunities is endless!
Wildlife & Photo Tours
While on vacation, take time to view the wildlife of Southeast Alaska. Your guide will get you as close as possible and comfortable for optimum photo opportunities. While on your excursion you can view the largest population of brown bears in the world with one per square mile on Admiralty Island, humpback and killer whales, seals, sea lions, bald eagles, Sitka blacktail deer, mountain goats, otters, minks, and many other critters!
Whales! Whales! Whales!
The Humpback whale interaction at Whaler's Cove Lodge is world class and unmatched! Learn about and play with the most majestic mammals on the planet.
Kayaking & Canoeing
Take advantage of viewing the wildlife on their level while in the safety of a canoe or kayak. These activities offer an excellent opportunity for wildlife photography.
Hot Springs & Salmon Hatchery Trip
One of our more requested day trips is to relax in the Baranof Warm Springs located 22 miles south of our lodge. While soaking next to a raging waterfall, relax looking at the pristine mountain range and wildlife overhead. After a few hours of that, visit Hidden Falls salmon hatchery where there are literally millions of salmon fry swimming within arms reach.
Exploring & Beach Combing
This is the time when you can just get away by yourself or with your family and friends to enjoy a quiet salmon bake on a secluded beach.
All of our adventure packages, are guided and are all-inclusive. Whalers Cove Lodge Packages include:
Round-Trip Transportation: Between Juneau to Whalers Cove Lodge
Gourmet Food, Snacks and Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Daily Room Service
Guided Packages Include
Other Gear Provided
Phone: (800) 423-3123
These tours are operated under special use permit with the U.S. Forest Service in the Tongass National Forest. This company is an equal opportunity provider.