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In Alaska you can find all five species of Alaska’s Pacific Salmon. They are King, Sockeye, Coho, Pink and Chum. Every year from August to October you will find the salmon find the very stream they were born to spawn and die. It is a phenomenal event that you cannot miss if your cruise is arriving in August or September.
When shopping in Haines make sure to buy the products with this logo. This indicated the products has actually been made in Alaska.
The eye catcher of downtown Sitka is the Russian Cathedral. Inside you will find furniture, religious object and art that look like has been untouched for centuries.
240 Lincoln St, Sitka, AK 99835, USA
This centre helps to rehabilitate injured raptors and to release them into the wild. There are all kind of birds here like the great-horned owls, golden eagles, red-tailed hawks and of course the bald eagle. Enjoy a presentation on the birds and their work at the centre and stroll the outside gardens and inside cages to get a close encounter with one of the birds.
1000 Raptor Way, Sitka, AK 99835, USA
This building from 1842 has served as the seat of the Russian Orthodoz Dioces. Visit the house and see the Russian furniture in all its glory. Find this building in downtown Sitka.
501 Lincoln St, Sitka, AK 99835, USA
In town you will find Castle Hill. It was the site of the ceremonial transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States in 1867.
Baranof Castle State Historic Site, Sitka
The fortress is a refuge for orphaned brown bears cubs. Have to opportunity to see the bears from a covered area. The fortress is about 6 miles from downtown. Reach the Fortress of the Bear through shuttle, excursion or taxi.
4639 Sawmill Creek Rd, Sitka, AK 99835, USA