Metlakatla Hotel

Third and Lower Milton street, P.O. Box 670, Metlakatla, Alaska, 99926, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $99.00

Travel Blogs from Metlakatla

. . . last stop in Alaska

A travel blog entry by tricab


... 2 metre deep, that was connecting 2 islands, George came face-2-face with a brown bear that was turning over rocks on the shoreline 15-20 metres from our kayaks. No time for pics here and we were glad that he ran away, rather than into the shallows towards us.

All day and into the evening we sat on the boat at our anchorage and watched 5-6 black bears and a cub on the shoreline. Nish was very much engaged in bear photography this ...

Cruise day 2

A travel blog entry by dabradz


Full day at sea, just getting used to life on the sea. Breakfast in bed, what a treat and it was fantastic food, delivered on time and a total luxury.

I decided at this point that breakfast in my cabin was going to be the norm. We decided to go on a tour of the kitchen what a place. It churns out so much food and deals with the waste all in ...

Bear Tracking - and dining at the Chef's Table

A travel blog entry by fol-de-re


... immediately we arrived at the bay. Although the small boat was very close to the coast, the bear seemed totally not bothered by either us or the seagulls that at times surrounded him. He was just interested in finding salmon. It was between salmon runs and the silvers had not yet started, but there still seemed to be plenty of fish in the sea. A couple of float plane expeditions annoyingly joined us at this point, drawn by the sighting of the bear. They soon left us to ...

Ketch me if you can!

A travel blog entry by abeliwasierisaw


We visit "Ketchikan" today, our first port of call heading north. It's Alaska’s first city claiming to be the salmon capital of the world and it also holds the title of the rainfall capital of the US, so the area surrounding is abundant with well fed freshwater rivers and streams bursting with salmon each summer which results in a lot of wildlife activity. I’m guessing it’s up there with Tully rainfall!!


Ferry & Ketchikan

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle


... but although we watched for a good while, the bears were conspicuously absent. We did see some bald eagles though, several in trees and one on the fence post where he/she was joined by 2 sandhill cranes and a grey heron

I always like to go to the highest/lowest/furthest point of places, so hubby indulged me by driving to the furthest point S of the ...


This hotel is located on Third and Lower Milton street, P.O. Box 670, Metlakatla.
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