This brief but very enjoyable tour gives you a personalized look at some of Wrangell's most popular attractions, all in the comfort of a van.
Wrangell is the only community in Alaska to have been ruled by four nations, the Tlingit, Russian, British and United States. The community is rich in Alaska Native history. Your fully guided tour will give you a glimpse into the world of the Tlingit People. Once a great nation, the Tlingit territory spread from Dixon Entrance in the south, near the city of Ketchikan, to the small village of Yakutat, the northern most community on the Inside Passage. The territory that the Tlingits ruled is comparable to that of the country of Norway.
Enjoy a personalized tour of Wrangell's most popular attractions in a small group with your own Alaska Native driver guide. This tour is fully narrated and gives you an orientation of the island and its attractions. Four great sites are visited: Nolan Center & Museum. Kik-Setti Totem Park, Chief Shakes Island and Petroglyph Beach. . The tour departs from and returns to the cruise ship dock. Guests will have the option to be dropped off at Shakes House to attend a performance (schedule subject to Wrangell Cooperative Association) or at the museum at the end of the tour. Bottled water and souvenir petroglyph rubbing are included.
Please note: This tour includes minimal walking; however, the sites are not wheelchair accessible and it is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Casual, weather-appropriate clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. The order of the sites visited or viewed may vary.