|Southeast Alaska Wilderness Tours Association
“Our Mission Statement”: The Protection and Preservation of the Alaskan Wilderness Experience for Present and Future Generations.Our objective is to be proactive when it comes to the issues affecting the Wilderness areas and Wildlife of Southeast, Alaska.
Our Goal to preserve the wilderness areas of Alaska for future generations.
About us: We are a concerned group of tour operators and individuals who have a passion for the beauty of Southeast, Alaska and its abundant wildlife. We resolve to make every effort to be proactive when it comes to the preservation and protection of the area. We resolve to respect the animals we observe and to leave nothing behind but footprints. We would like Alaska to remain ” The Last Frontier”.
|Camp Denali & North Face Lodge
We are located a mile apart in the remote heart of Denali National Park, 90 miles from the crowded park entrance. Family owned and operated, they are designated as the sole historic provider of educational guided hiking by the National Park Service.They are small, just 35-40 guests each. Three and four night, all-inclusive stays, allow you time to hike, botanize, bird watch and observe wildlife with naturalist-guides. Your stay is a unique blend of active exploration, and camaraderie among fellow adventurers and staff in a wilderness setting without parallel.
|Visit Historic Friday Harbor
National Trust For Historic Preservation Names Friday Harbor, Washington To Its List of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations.
|Visit San Juans
The San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau, information on lodging, activities and more.
Promotes stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research. Located in downtown Friday Harbor.
|Alaska Travel Industry Association
The ATIA will be the leading industry organization promoting Alaska as a top visitor destination, communicating and promoting the Alaskan tourism industry as one of the state’s major economic forces, and will be the respected voice of the industry for the growth of the industry, while remaining attentive to care for the environment, recognition of cultures and Alaska’s unique quality of life.
The nation’s ninth largest carrier, and its sister carrier, Horizon Air, together serve 80 cities in Alaska, the Lower 48, Canada and Mexico. Visit the website for reservations, news, aircraft information, and history of Alaska Airlines.
Provides a Southeast Alaska Directory to and for communities and people in the Tongass National Forest. The Tongass National Forest, managed by the U.S. Forest Service, was created in 1907 by Teddy Roosevelt. It is America’s largest national forest (17 million acres, or 500 miles north to south, or 80% of Southeast Alaska) and the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world.
|Traveling in Alaska
Is like traveling no other place on earth. There are 586,000 square miles here, and almost that many possibilities. This is the place to begin your travel planning.
Is a town that still makes its living from the sea and is not a port of call for large cruise ships. Leave the crowds behind, and visit this thriving fishing village with a strong Norwegian heritage.
Is Alaska’s capital and the third largest city in the state. Like Alaska, Juneau is full of contrasts, a sophisticated cosmopolitan city in the heart of the Tongass National Forest. Nestled at the base of towering mountains overlooking the Gastineau Channel, the community’s rich culture and history is displayed throughout the town and in several local museums.
|Southeast Alaska Conservation Council (SEACC)
A coalition of eighteen member groups in fourteen communities, stretching along the coast of Southeast Alaska whos goal is to safeguard the integrity of Southeast Alaska’s unsurpassed natural environment, while providing for the sustainable use of the region’s natural resources.
|Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Our mission of is to protect, maintain, and improve the fish, game, and aquatic plant resources of the state, and manage their use and development for the maximum benefit of the people of the state, consistent with the sustained yield principle.
| Alaska Climate and Research Center
Provides meteorology and climatology information on Alaska from public, private, and government agencies, and from researchers around the world.
|Alaska Whale Foundation
A nonprofit organization committed to research, conservation, and public education about marine mammals in Southeast Alaska.
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- Our Trips
- Availability & Booking
- Southeast Alaska
- Photo Tours of South East Alaska & Baja Mexico
- Inside Passage – Petersburg to Friday Harbor
- Exploring Glacier Bay – Juneau to Juneau
- SE Alaska’s Western Passages – Petersburg to Sitka
- SE Alaska’s Western Passages – Sitka to Petersburg
- SE Alaska’s Western Passages – Sitka to Juneau
- SE Alaska’s Western Passages – Juneau to Sitka
- SE Alaska’s Eastern Passages – Juneau to Petersburg
- SE Alaska’s Eastern Passages – Petersburg to Juneau
- Baja & The Sea of Cortez
- Baja Shore Based Rock Art Discovery
- Photo Tours of South East Alaska & Baja Mexico
- Sea of Cortez, Baja & Whale Sharks – La Paz to La Paz
- Sea of Cortez, Baja & Whale Sharks – La Paz to Loreto
- Sea of Cortez, Baja & Gray Whales – La Paz to Loreto
- Sea of Cortez, Baja & Grey Whales – Loreto to La Paz
- Sea of Cortez, Baja & Petroglyphs – Loreto to La Paz
- Boat Festivals
- San Juan Islands
- Pre-Trip Planning