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Old 08-22-2011, 12:05 AM   #481
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Hi,

Was on the August 9th cruise. I just have to say that the the Helicopter to the glacier and dog sledding in Juneau was just amazing. My family is still talking about it!! We booked through DCL.
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Thanks Inkman!!! I can't believe your on the cruise now. How much is the Wi Fi on the cruise? Can you use it from your cabin?
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Thanks Inkman!!! I can't believe your on the cruise now. How much is the Wi Fi on the cruise? Can you use it from your cabin?
Inkmahm, not inkman.

I didn't use the ship's wifi. I have an att connection that I can use when we are within range of ATT cell phone service.

Now I am in vancouver and using the hotel internet connection for $4.95 per day. ATT is too expensive for international usage.
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Ketchikan float plane to Neets Bay

DH and I did this excursion on Sunday in Ketchikan. It was raining (again). The float plane was very comfortable- better than commercial planes we nornally take for transportation! It was quite a hike from the plane to where the bears were but it was worth it. We saw seals going after the salmon as well as many black bears. At one point, there were 6 bears in the same area all feeding on salmon. I think I got some great pictures!

I would highly recommend this excursion. The timing was perfect late in the day as that is when the bears come to feed. I give this excursion a 10 out of 10.
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DH and I did this excursion on Sunday in Ketchikan. It was raining (again). The float plane was very comfortable- better than commercial planes we nornally take for transportation! It was quite a hike from the plane to where the bears were but it was worth it. We saw seals going after the salmon as well as many black bears. At one point, there were 6 bears in the same area all feeding on salmon. I think I got some great pictures!

I would highly recommend this excursion. The timing was perfect late in the day as that is when the bears come to feed. I give this excursion a 10 out of 10.
Did you book this on your own or thru DCL?

Sounds like you have a great time despite the weather. Did it rain in all 3 ports?
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Did you book this on your own or thru DCL?

Sounds like you have a great time despite the weather. Did it rain in all 3 ports?
$360 each booked through DCL. We did love everything even though it rained in every port. The morning in Skagway was clear but it rained in the afternoon. this is my 3rd trip to Alaska and the first where we really had any rain to speak of.
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DH and I did this excursion on Sunday in Ketchikan. It was raining (again). The float plane was very comfortable- better than commercial planes we nornally take for transportation! It was quite a hike from the plane to where the bears were but it was worth it. We saw seals going after the salmon as well as many black bears. At one point, there were 6 bears in the same area all feeding on salmon. I think I got some great pictures!

I would highly recommend this excursion. The timing was perfect late in the day as that is when the bears come to feed. I give this excursion a 10 out of 10.
What time did you do this?
Which bear trip did you like better? Your Skagway or This one in Ketchican?
How wet was it? Did you feel you needed boots?

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What time did you do this?
Which bear trip did you like better? Your Skagway or This one in Ketchican?
How wet was it? Did you feel you needed boots?

Thanks again for answering questions and your reports. Love It!!!

DH and I talked about that, which excursion we loved more. We couldn't pick. I loved seeing the grizzly bears in Haines (the SKagway excursion) because they are more unusual and we only usually see them in Denali park on our trips to Alaska. DH thought the Ketchikan excursion which took us to a working fish hatchery was kind of "cheating" since the black bears are drawn there. But I didn't care, seeing 6 black bear so close (no bus windows between us and the bears) was great fun.

It was really wet and I was glad I had my waterproof Merrill hiking boots on. There was LOTS of mud on the Ketchikan excursion. A bit less with Skagway's excursion to Haines. If you have waterproof shoes with good traction, I'd wear them.


The Ketchikan excursion was 4:15 pm to 7:15 pm but we actually got back at 7:40 pm. All aboard was 7:30 pm but the ship was held since we were on a DCL excursion.
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General comment on excursions...

DH and I have no kids, so take this with a grain of salt. Our conclusion was that parents really wanted to give their kids a great experience in Alaska. That was very obvious. BUT... some of the kids on the excursions were too young to care.

For example, on our Ketchikan bear watching excursion to Neets Bay, there were a total of 8 kids at the observation decks. Only one of them, a boy of about 10, actually was watching the bears. The other 7 kids (especially the ones about 6 to 9) seemed to be having more fun playing in the mud, kicking stones, etc. They weren't even glancing at the bears. This wouldn't be horrible except that the parents WERE watching the bears. Two of the little boys were starting to head out on a walkway that was clearly labeled to be for the bears only, not for humans. In other words, some of the parents weren't watching their kids. The guides for the trip were paying attention and had to play parent to keep the kids in line.

DH and I concluded it really was a waste of money, in our opinion, to take kids less than about 10 years old on this excursion. Same for the excursion in Skagway to Haines. There were two kids on our bus who had no interest in the bears at all, all they wanted to do was watch a movie on their ipad (with the volume up so those of us in the front of the bus could hear it from the back of the bus.)

On the other hand, the kids on the dog sledding excursion in Skagway LOVED it. They loved the summer dog sled and loved holding the puppies. I'd recommend this excursion even for young children.
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DH and I have no kids, so take this with a grain of salt. Our conclusion was that parents really wanted to give their kids a great experience in Alaska. That was very obvious. BUT... some of the kids on the excursions were too young to care.

For example, on our Ketchikan bear watching excursion to Neets Bay, there were a total of 8 kids at the observation decks. Only one of them, a boy of about 10, actually was watching the bears. The other 7 kids (especially the ones about 6 to 9) seemed to be having more fun playing in the mud, kicking stones, etc. They weren't even glancing at the bears. This wouldn't be horrible except that the parents WERE watching the bears. Two of the little boys were starting to head out on a walkway that was clearly labeled to be for the bears only, not for humans. In other words, some of the parents weren't watching their kids. The guides for the trip were paying attention and had to play parent to keep the kids in line.

DH and I concluded it really was a waste of money, in our opinion, to take kids less than about 10 years old on this excursion. Same for the excursion in Skagway to Haines. There were two kids on our bus who had no interest in the bears at all, all they wanted to do was watch a movie on their ipad (with the volume up so those of us in the front of the bus could hear it from the back of the bus.)

On the other hand, the kids on the dog sledding excursion in Skagway LOVED it. They loved the summer dog sled and loved holding the puppies. I'd recommend this excursion even for young children.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. This is exactly why we decided against this excursion this time even though I REALLY wanted to do it!
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We were on the August 16-23rd cruise and yes, it did rain in all three ports but none of our excursions were cancelled.

In Skagway we did the Best of Skagway tour....we were brought to the bus right off the pier and went to Fraser, B.C. and got on the train there for the ride back down. It was nice but not a WOW experience....we enjoyed the views we could see (a bit foggy). We then met up with our bus driver again in Skagway and we brought us to Liarsville. We had a very nice buffet lunch under a covered structure and walked around a bit and then they had a small show with the players dressed up in gold rush attire. Then there was panning for gold with some people getting "flakes" of gold. We were pretty cold and wet by then so we just watched the panning. Then the bus took us to the Red Onion Saloon for a tour of the brothel (with a comp glass of wine or beer). We had a very funny young woman gave us the tour (about 10 min.) of the upstairs brothel (with much innuendo) part of the saloon. We then walked the town a bit and headed back to the warmth and comfort of the ship.

In Juneau we took the Juneau city tour. . We boarded a bus off the pier and went to a place called Glacier Gardens. Here we were taken via gold cart up to 600 feet elevation through winding path in the rain forest (it was pouring). It was very interesting...saw a red deer along the side of the trail. At the top there was a lookout and small nature walk and on a clear day probably some very nice views. After that we went into the greenhouse and some gorgeous flower arrangement were all around. Glacier Gardens was one man's dream and he totally transformed the side of this mountain after a landslide into this beautiful area with tons of flowers. He took fallen trees, cut off the tops and then turned them upside down and planted them so the wide root system was at the top. He then filled the top root system with beautiful flowers and hanging vines, etc. to create this really interesting canopy. DCL had a table set up inside for us with hot cocoa and delicious local Huckleberry cake. After that we were taken by bus to Mendenhall Glacier which was spectacular. We toured the visitor center, walked out to the point and took tons of pics and then walked the nature train where we saw a black bear in a tree and a baby porcupine. It was just amazing to see the areas around the stream where the bears would eat the salmon. So many area were matted down from where the bears were with salmon carcases all around....really gave you a sense of how many bear feed in that area. After the glacier the bus took us to the salmon hatchery which was very interested. We had the regular tour but being on DCL we also had an insider tour where we got to see the behind the scenes workings of the hatchery and we were able to feed the tiny ones. It was very interesting. We saw a few eagles throughout the day. Just want to mention that our friends who were to do the helicopter landing on glacier and dog mushing had their excursion cancelled due to the windy, wet weather.

In Ketchikan (our favorite port) we did the Adventure Karts excursions. This was a ton of fun, even in the rain or rather because of the rain. We were taken by bus about 20 minutes outside of town and took a turn off the main road and traveled for about another 10 minutes up with long winding road in the bus which I did not could make it! It was a one vehicle at a time road so if we encountered another vehicle coming down the road one of them would have to back up the whole way...interesting! We finally got to a small grouping of buildings and had a safety talk in a large shed. We then had to don heavy duty rain gear including pants, jackets and helmets with visors and gloves. I have to admit I was a bit leery of putting on gear that was still damp from the previous guests but the alternative was to get our clothes completely wet and muddy....remember it was raining quite heavily at this point. After getting past putting on the gear we loaded up into our carts which is what the Israeli army uses in the desert and go about 100 mph even loaded down with machine guns (but we obviously did not have the capability to go that fast or have the machine guns, LOL). There were two to a cart. We then followed in a single file the guide who led us up along an old logging trail. We spaced apart enough that you felt you were by yourself and we had a ball going over all the bumps and hitting all the mud puddles...made us feel like kids again!! We had a stop for snacks (bottled water and granola bars) and then we had another stop and walked a few yards to see a nice waterfall. You could switch driver's at this point. We went 14 miles round trip and was a tons of fun. Here is a link.

http://www.adventurekarts.com/Tours/Kart-Excursion.html

The other half of our group did the Knudson salmon fishing excursion and LOVED it. They caught over 25 salmon and even arrange for the shipping of their catch home, to arrive in a few days. Their group of 5 had the boat to them selves with the Captain and his wife.

I think my all around favorite day was the Tracy Arm day. We had really good weather (Captain said it was the best all season and he was able to get the closest to the glacier on this trip).

We arrived in Vancouver 4 days early and loved the city. We had perfect weather all 4 days. We took public transport everywhere and had no problems. We did the Capilano suspension bridge, Cliffwalk, Lonsdale Quay, Granville Island, Gastown, the Lookout, Stanley park, the Aquarium. We rented bikes and went all around Stanley Park (LOVED THIS!) I had not been on a bike in a long time. We did so much. We purchased the $9 per day per person ticket which gave us access to all the public transporation like Skytrain, buses, Aquabus, etc. It was great. We ate lunch at the Steamworks and the Black Frog in Gastown (both really good). We also ate
dinner at the Keg in downtown which was really good...and I even had a Beavertail in Lonsdale Quay (which hubby was happy about because it was all I was talking about all trip!)

We stayed at the Hilton Metrotown which was outside of town in Burnaby but we took the Skytrain in each day to downtown and it was very easy. On the day of the cruise we arranged to have 3 taxi vans take us to the port (12 of us). It cost $45 each cab. We figured trying to fit luggage for 12 people during rush hour was not a good idea for the train. We used Ken Lee of Van City limo to take us from the airport to the hotel at the beginning of the trip. They were great and were waiting for us at 2:00 am in the morning when we finally landed and got through customs. They provided two stretch limos. The Hilton was great...very clean and nice rooms with friendly staff. It was right near the Metrotown mall (nice mall) and the Skytrain was only a few blocks away. Starbucks was a block away and my girlfriends and I all walked there each day to have our morning oatmeal and latte. Starbuck's really does have great oatmeal!

Here are some of our pics...I still have to upload the pics from my waterproof camera that has our port pictures on it.

http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/580776197RzhqFc

http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/580776996EUaYTJ

I felt I packed perfectly. I had brought a thin fleece, sweatshirt, turtleneck, puffy vest, rain jacket, waterproof sneakers from LL Beach and used them all at various times. I also had some short sleeved shirts and capri's that I wore around the ship. The ship interior was actually too warm for my tastes. I always felt hot, especially waiting for our excursions to start. I had also purchased a messenger bag (cross body) from LL Bean which I took all over Vancouver on all our excursions and worked perfectly allowing me hands free for my camera.

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Again, thanks for all who are taking the time to keep us informed. Great tips and reviews!
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We booked a private tour with Juneau Limousine. It was great! I would definitely recommend it. We booked a 4 hour tour on 6 person limo.

Judy picked us up at 8am. She gave us a city tour, panning for gold, Menenhall glacier, a few scenic stops, and more panning for gold.

The limo was filled with candy and bottled water. The kids thought that it was great.
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Subbing in on this one. Headed to Alaska in September 2012. Lots of research to do. Can't wait to read all of this thread and any new posts. Thanks to everyone for sharing!
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Thought I'd add my 2 cents worth about the excursions we took. Hopefully, it will help some people going next year.

Participants: 2 adults, 2 teens (16,15)

All excursions booked through DCL

Skagway:

EAGLE PRESERVE WILDLIFE RIVER ADVENTURE

This excursion is run by River Adventure.

There were 24 people on our excursion and we left bright and early for Haines aboard a high speed catamaran. There was a short bus transfer from the ship to the catamaran dock. There were a few other excursions on the catamaran as well. There was a fellow narrating a bit as we went between Skagway and Haines. Very informative. The catamaran had indoor seating and you could also go outside to take photos. The ride was approximately 45 minutes and was very smooth. Once in Haines, we boarded a bus for an approximate 30 minute ride to the jet boat launch. It was just our excursion on the bus. We had a very nice driver who gave us some history about Haines along the way and slowed the bus down a few times for us to see some of the sites. Once at the launch site - surprised to find out it was just our tour. Very nice facilities. They had rainjackets, ear mufflers, mittens and a blanket for each of us. We spent about 2 hours on the river, looking for wildlife. Unforunately, we didn't see much. Some immature eagles and a few trumpter swans. The scenery was beautiful and would have been even more spectaular if the day wasn't overcast. Once back at the launch, we had a weiner roast and then inside for soup, chili, chips, drinks and cookies. Very nice set up. Then, we did a repeat of the bus and boat back to Skagway. We opted to walk back to the ship instead of taking the shuttle and see a bit of downtown Skagway.

There were washrooms available on the catamaran, on the Haines boat dock and at the launch site.

Juneau:

BIKE AND TRAM MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE

Only 6 of us on this excursion. My family and another couple. It was overcast and drizzling again this morning but cleared up by the time we reached the top of the mountain.

We boarded a passenger van at the dock with two guides from Cycle Alaska. They had all the bikes on a towing trailer behind the van. Each of them took turns to describing things to us as we made our way over to Douglas Island and up to Eagle Ski Resort. The Ski Resort was the starting point for our bike trip. Once at the Resort - there was washroom facilities if you need them. They provide us with very light weight rain gear, helmets, water bottles and bikes. You could leave anything in the van that you wanted as it was following us along the way. The roads although main roads were very quiet with very few cars travelling on them. We had a bike lane the majority of the trip and the roads were for the most part deserted - especially up by the ski resort. We stopped several times for informative talks about the marshes, flora/fauna, streams etc. There was one short uphill bit but for the majority it was downhill or flat terrain. We saw a few bald eagles and a deer on the way down from the resort. Once at the bottom we travelled along a fairly flat stretch and stopped at stream to see the salmon spawning. Then, along a bit further to the coast and a view of Mendenhall Glacier in the distance. Back on the bikes for a bit more to the end of the trip. Where Nick had hot chocolate/tea/coffee and snacks for us. We then got back into the van for the trip back to town (about 25 minutes), to the tram. Nick gave us the tickets for the tram and then we were on our own. It was a beautiful clear day by then and the views from the tram were excellent. We went up and had a nice lunch at the restaurant and then walked around to a few of the viewpoints to take photos.

Ketchikan:

BEAR COUNTRY AND WILDLIFE EXPEDITION

My son and I did this excursion. It was awesome. Worth every penny and then some. There were 11 of us on the excursion. It was a short bus ride to the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary with a driver giving a informative talk along the way.

We were met by our guide once we arrived and had the opportunity to use port-a-potties if needed. Once everyone was ready we did a short hike into the rainforest - all flat terrain along well maintained pathways. We arrived at the first suspension bridge and immediately saw our first sighting of bears and we spent ages watching the bears all coming and going. There must have been 12 or more at any given time. Moms with cubs, some older, some younger. The guide figures we saw upwards of 24 bears. Felt very safe the whole time. We were about 14 feet above the bears on the suspension bridges or platforms. Once, we were finished with the bears, we saw the outside of a fish hatchery and toured an old sawmill. Also, got to see a bald eagle up close and feed some reindeer. Plus, saw a fellow working on carving a totem pole. If you have mobility issues, I won't recommend the excursion as some of the suspension bridges are a bit steep and the anchorings stick up from the platform, causing a potential tripping hazard you need to watch out for. Plus, you need to be able to move fairly quickly if you come across a bear. Which thankfully, we didn't.
There is a gift shop at the end and then return bus trip to the ship.

DISNEY EXCLUSIVE: LUMBERJACK SHOW

We met up with the rest of the family for the show.
We had originally booked the non-exclusive lumberjack show, but had to change in order to accomodate the bear excursion.

Really wish we had been able to do the non-exclusive show. Felt the adding of the Disney bits took away from the actual show. Far too much talk and not enough doing for us. We were all disappointed with the show. Especially after hearing such great reviews about it.
If I had to do it over - I'd definitely book the non-exclusive show.

Hope this helps someone. Any questions?
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