Where the Eagle Walks is Ketchikan’s premier walking tour, and its appeal is the rare access you get to a true downtown character – guide and former Ketchikan Borough Mayor Joe Williams.

Joe is one of the Elders of Ketchikan’s Tlingit community. When you wander with him through downtown Ketchikan, you get the Native perspective on the town, its evolution, economics, and how Natives both influenced and were affected by it. Joe gives you the insight, gossip, and cultural perspective on Ketchikan that you won’t get anywhere else.

This truly unique tour is experienced in a small group, with Joe leading the charge in his familiar felt hat with feather adornment. In three hours you’ll take in the sights of Creek Street in Ketchikan, learn about Tlingit culture while visiting Cape Fox Lodge, and travel by car to Saxman Village, where you’ll see Totem Row, the carving shed and the Tribal House.

Where the Eagle Walks is an award-winning on-shore excursion with limited availability, so if you want to meet Joe and check out that famous hat up-close, book early through your cruise line or online at entreedestinations.com.

Getting There

Latitude: 55.341607
Longitude: -131.642078
Driving Directions

Where the Eagle Walks