Ten Must Know Facts on the Humpback Whale With a global humpback population at a minimum of 60,000, a study estimates that there are 18,000-20,000 humpback individuals in the North Pacific, with a growth rate at 4-7 per cent per year, where 3,000-5,000 return on their yearly migration to feed in southeast Alaskan waters each [...]
Tongass National Forest Explained Introduction The moment you step off your cruise ship or aircraft in Juneau, you will be immediately treated to stunning views of the Tongass National Forest. Fact. Unsurprising to most, the region is often referred to as the “Inside Passage” or the gateway to Alaska. Undeniably, it’s one of the country’s—even [...]
Latest Juneau Whale Watch movie: Whales of 2017 Join us in getting wide-eyed on whales with the incredible influx of whales that visited us (and still are!) in Juneau, Alaska during the 2017 humpback whale watching season. Look out for the orcas (killer whales), too!
Back to it!! It was fun to turn our newest boat, the Atlin, into a floating studio for Wild Alaska Live last week, but it's back to business for that boat's crew. If you missed the PBS broadcast of the show, check out the incredible whale action in the last segment. See you in Alaska!
Juneau Tours and Whale Watch Competition 2017: The results are in! We’re very excited to announce the five lucky winners of the Juneau Tours and Whale Watch T-Shirt competition. Our brand new T-Shirt design (available for purchase from the Juneau Tours and Whale Watch office or whale watching tours). Big congratulations go to: [...]