Consider a whale watching expedition in Alaska while you are planning your next adventure. Whale watching is a highlight of many Alaskan holidays. In the summer months, when thousands of whales migrate to Alaska’s rich feeding grounds, sightings of these majestic creatures are as common as the sun. After a long day of wildlife and whale watching, wouldn’t you love to relax on the porch of an oceanside lodge and watch the sun set? Anglers Adventures and Outfitters wants you to enjoy all Alaska has to give!
Anglers Adventures and Outfitters offers the best whale watching experience. You’re sure to have a great time! With our charter we can take you up close to the action. Our guests are regularly entertained by killer whales in open waters
There are probably hundreds, or maybe thousands, of places in the continental United States that you could list as desirable destinations. Every state has multiple reasons for why it would be a good choice for you to spend some time, and all of those reasons would be valid. The reasons for visiting Alaska are valid too, but they are more accurately described as “valid plus.” Alaska is different from any other state in the US. Things here are bigger. Things here are more rugged. Things here are more beautiful. Anglers Adventures & Outfitters is a great way to be introduced to the bigger, more rugged, and more beautiful
Do you love wildlife? Are you constantly checking the latest documentary on some of Alaska’s amazing animals? If so, you may have investigated booking a whale watching charter in Alaska. At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, our whale watching charters are some of our most popular adventures for our guests. If you’ve ever thought about getting out on the open Alaskan waters to see some of the fantastic whales in and around Ketchikan, you’ve come to the right place!
At Anglers, it’s our goal to make every charter a memorable adventure, and that’s no different with our whale watching charters
Visiting Alaska in spring may seem confusing at first. Focusing on Southeast Alaska as the bridge between the Pacific Northwest region and Great White North might alter things considerably; thus, altering your game plan. For travelers who prefer authentic experiences over cruise ship crowds and lower costs during shoulder season travel, spring may offer more appeal than winter vacation. Enjoy more authentic adventures while benefiting from lower costs during off-peak months. Alaska in spring can offer something special
This remote town is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience an authentic Alaskan adventure. Ketchikan, a popular port on the southeastern coast of Alaska, is more than a place to stop, but a destination unto itself. It boasts an impressive blend of culture and nature, including a snow-capped, glacier-carved national monument, a variety of wildlife, and the largest collection in the world of totem poles. Ketchikan lies in Tongass National Forest and is a small part of a large island surrounded by numerous islands. This means that you are likely to encounter nature at it’s finest.
Natural beauty and a rich history make this remote town a must visit destination for those craving an authentic Alaskan adventure. A popular port along the state’s southeastern coast, Ketchikan is way more than just a stop along the way, rather, it’s a true destination in and of itself. From a glacier-carved, snow-capped national monument and a rich