I had a great experience on my kayak tour! I was nervous at first, but the guide I had, John Miller ensured I was properly informed before taking off! I got to see so many bald eagles up close and a seal ! Apparently there's...More
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Our guide John was awesome! He was very informative and made sure to stay at a steady pace so everyone could enjoy the tour! We got to see seals, salmon, eagles, and other birds! Overall, well worth the money, thanks
We took the kayaking trip to Mendenhall Glacier and the experience could not have been more fantastic! Our guide, Daniel, was fun, patient, and knowledgeable and really made the excursion complete. He helped my husband and I feel comfortable right away (despite us having no...More
This was our first visit to this part of Alaska. Randall Padgett was our guide and he was terrific. He was knowledgeable about the glacier, wildlife and more. He paced our canoeing experience so that we could appreciate the workout and the scenery.
Went kayaking near the Mendenhall glacier, and it was amazing! Craig was our guide, and he did a great job of making us feel comfortable on our first time kayaking. He was there to help if we needed it, but he didn't hover over us,...More
Our guide Kayla took us for a kayak adventure that will always be remembered! She was so freaking funny throughout the tour and answered any questions we had, we saw eagles, harbor seals, snatched a salmon with our hands, and it was awesome! I would...More
Went kayaking in Juneau - Kevin was our guide and he was great. Very mellow and easy going while also having great knowledge of the area and you can see how Kevin truly loves the Alaska environment and wants his folks to have a good...More
This excursion offered by Holland America was expensive, but worth every penny! (And I don't say that about all HAL excursions!!) The five of us (My husband and me, along with our daughter and our grandchildren -- ages 14 and 17), were amazed and challenged...More