Our Sitka Whale Watching experience is brought to you by Captain Cody Loomis and his wife, Marlie.

    Sitka Whale

    Sitka whale watching Tag

    Situated on a small island in the Pacific Ocean, the town of Sitka has a rich cultural past and an abundance of natural splendor. Learn about the distinctive terrain, community’s history, and adventure possibilities by exploring its history and culture.  Sitka, Alaska, is ideal for the world’s biggest animals, which may flourish here. Dolphins, porpoises, and whales are all examples of cetaceans.  On the other hand, the gigantic whale is the center of attraction. Nowadays, whale watching is one of Alaska’s most popular outdoor activities because these social animals are

    Sitka has been home to Russian, Tlingit, and American inhabitants for years. The cultural influences of all 3 tribes remain in the region. The beautiful village of Sitka is situated between magnificent mountains and the glorious sea, where art and native culture is still alive and well.    Sitka, Alaska's bountiful, serene waters are home to many gentle giants, including sea lions, porpoises, bald eagles, gray whales, humpback whales, and orcas. Sitka, Alaska, has over 89 living species of whales that can be separated into two parvorders.    The first is

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