Alaska's capital and the third largest city in the state continues to be one of the most popular destinations for visitors. Nestled at the base of towering mountains overlooking the Gastineau Channel, the community's rich culture and history is reflected throughout the town and its beautiful attractions.

In Juneau, Alaska Coach Tours operates under a special use U.S. Forest Service permit for tours that enter the Tongass National Forest and visit the Mendenhall Glacier. Alaska Coach Tours is an equal opportunity provider.



Skagway, also known as the “Gateway to the Klondike” is located at the northern-most point of the Inside Passage. This town's bawdy past makes for lively adventures, even today! You’ll feel like you stepped back in time to while tracing the steps of the early gold crazed stampeders, marveling at their tenacity. Our drivers make the past come alive for your group as they retell the colorful stories of the men and women who made history seeking their fame & fortune in the Yukon.

Please note, all Skagway tours cross an international border, therefore all participants much bring proper international identification, including proof of citizenship (i.e. passport).



Alaska's fourth largest city is known for its strong native heritage, timber industry and robust fishing history. The name "Ketchikan" translates to "Thundering Wings of an Eagle". Ketchikan has kept its native heritage in the forefront of the visitor's experience and it is a large focus on our tours offered here as well. Stand in awe below the towering totems carved ages ago and learn about life in the clan houses throughout the seasons. Or, for a rowdy good time, check out the Lumberjack Show for a competition of skill and strength, honoring the logging history of Southeast Alaska.



You’ll find Sitka located on the outer coast of Alaska’s Inside Passage, lying at the heart of the largest temperate rain forest in the world, the Tongass National Forest.

Sitka’s past is a unique blend of Native Tlingit culture and Russian history.  In 1867, when the United States purchased Alaska from the Russians, the transfer ceremony was held in Sitka, and Sitka became Alaska’s first capital city.

Accessible only by air or sea, Sitka offers incredible scenery, fishing, hiking, abundant wildlife and Alaska’s most culturally rich history and community. There are twenty two buildings and sites in Sitka that appear in the National Register of Historic Places. Residents and visitors alike enjoy and experience all this dynamic town has to offer.



Located in Seattle, Washington, Pacific Alaska Tours offers custom tours and charter services at a competitive price.  Locally owned and operated in Alaska for over 10 years, we are now proudly serving the Pacific Northwest. Our team strives to meet the unique needs of our customers while providing safe and reliable transportation on a luxury motorcoach.

Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. It houses a huge tech industry including Microsoft and Amazon headquarters. The iconic Space Needle towers over the city skyline, built in 1962 for the World’s Fair. Cruise tourism is also a major part of Seattle’s industries, bringing in thousands of domestic and international tourists every year to begin their cruise vacation.




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