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Cruises to Klawock


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Top Klawock Cruises

5★ VANCOUVER & TOKYO STAYS
6★ All-Inclusive Autumn Colours of Alaska & Japan

Seabourn Quest 16 Sep 2025 30 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Vancouver

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FREE 5★ hotel stays in Vancouver & Tokyo*

Itinerary: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - Ketchikan, Alaska, US - Klawock, Alaska - Sitka, Alaska, US - Kodiak, Alaska, USA - Dutch Harbor, Alaska - Kushiro, Japan - Hakodate, Japan -.…
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(full fare £9,699) Suite from £7,999pp

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Golden Week To Glacier Bay

Seabourn Sojourn 24 Apr 2026 21 nights Fly Cruise Tokyo (Yokohama)

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Itinerary: Yokohama, Japan - Hitachinaka, Japan - Sendai, Japan - Hakodate, Japan - Kushiro, Japan - Kodiak, Alaska, USA - Glacier Bay - Sitka, Alaska, US - Klawock, Alaska - Prince Rupert,..…
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Outside from £7,399pp

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Juneau, Alaska to Yokohama (Tokyo)

Seabourn Quest 12 Sep 2025 30 nights Fly Cruise Juneau

6 Star All-Inclusive Ultra-Luxury Cruising*

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Itinerary: Juneau, Alaska, USA - Glacier Bay - Wrangell, Alaska, US - Rudyerd Bay (Misty Fjords), AK, United States - Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada - Alert Bay, British Columbia,...
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Outside from £10,699pp

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What to see in Klawock

Klawock, nestled on Alaska's Prince of Wales Island, is renowned for its rich Tlingit heritage and stunning natural landscapes. The town features an impressive collection of totem poles, reflecting its deep cultural roots. Surrounded by lush forests and pristine waters, Klawock offers abundant outdoor activities and serene, scenic beauty.

The Klawock Totem Park is a testament to the town’s deep-rooted Tlingit heritage. This park is home to one of the most extensive collections of totem poles in Alaska, featuring over twenty poles that have been meticulously carved and painted to depict various legends, clan symbols and historical events. Each totem pole tells a story, serving as a bridge between the past and present, and offers insight into the rich cultural tapestry of the Tlingit people. Walking through the park, visitors can admire the intricate craftsmanship and vibrant colours that bring these stories to life. The totem poles are set against a backdrop of lush greenery, creating a serene and contemplative atmosphere.

Fishing in Klawock is an experience that draws enthusiasts from around the world. The town is renowned for its excellent fishing opportunities, particularly for salmon and halibut. Klawock’s location on the coast of Prince of Wales Island provides easy access to some of the richest fishing waters in Alaska. The Klawock River, in particular, is famous for its large runs of king and silver salmon. Anglers can enjoy a day on the river, casting their lines in hopes of landing a trophy fish. Local guides and charter services are available to help visitors navigate the best fishing spots and provide equipment and expertise. For those who prefer saltwater fishing, the nearby waters of Klawock Inlet and surrounding bays offer an abundance of halibut, lingcod and rockfish. The thrill of reeling in a massive halibut or a feisty salmon is complemented by the stunning natural scenery, with snow-capped mountains and pristine waters providing a picturesque backdrop.

Hiking in the forests around Klawock offers a chance to explore the region’s diverse flora and fauna. The area is crisscrossed with trails that lead through dense, old-growth forests, along scenic streams and up to breathtaking viewpoints. One popular trail is the Harris River Trail, which winds through a lush forest of Sitka spruce and western hemlock. This trail provides a relatively easy hike with opportunities to spot local wildlife, including black bears, deer and a variety of bird species. The forest floor is carpeted with moss and ferns, creating a magical, almost otherworldly atmosphere. Another notable trail is the El Capitan Cave Trail, which leads to one of the largest known caves in Alaska. This trail is a bit more challenging, but the reward is a fascinating underground world of stalactites, stalagmites and subterranean streams.


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