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Alaska all-inclusive fishing experience in summer, $1200 off - $2835

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Why we like this deal:

Save $1200 on a summer adventure into the Salmon Capital of the WorldKetchikan, Alaska. This 3-night all-inclusive getaway puts you in a prime location at the southern entrance to the famed Inside Passage and includes meals, daily excursions, and expert processing and packaging of your catch to take home. Travelzoo members will have the option to customize their itinerary with full- or half-day excursions that range from fully guided fishing trips to zip-lining, all while staying at this scenic waterfront resort.

What's Included

  • 3 night all-inclusive stay in a recently remodeled Standard Two Double or Two Queen Room
    • $2835 per person (reg. $4050) ... May 17 - June 30 or September
    • $3240 per person (reg. $4050) ... July 1 - Aug. 31
  • Extend your stay with additional nights starting from $945 per person, per night
  • Signature amenities:
    • All meals and nonalcoholic beverages at Timbers Restaurant and Lounge
    • Choice of one full-day excursion (per person, per day) or two half-day excursions (per person, per day)
    • Roundtrip shuttle transfers to and from Ketchikan International Airport and Salmon Falls Fishing Resort
    • Roundtrip local transportation during stay for a self-guided excursion
    • Fish processing, filleting, packaging and freezing
    • All-weather gear, fishing equipment and bait
    • Wi-Fi throughout the property
  • Pricing is per person based on double occupancy
  • The following is not included: Flights to Ketchikan, alcohol, shipping of processed fish, personal items, local tax, optional activities and gratuities
  • Not available on: July 18-21; Aug. 5-7

More Reasons to Go

  • New angler? The resort's friendly and experienced crew can help with everything, from baiting your hook to reeling in your catch. Seasoned pro? They're also happy to step back and let you do your thing. Plus, the resort owns and operates its own boats, which are accessible right off their private dock, making for unbeatable convenience
  • Daily excursions include a kayak eco-tour, a self-drive Zodiac adventure, and salmon-cooking demos and tastings with pairings of either wine or Alaska microbrews
  • Rainforests don't just exist in the tropics; take a day trip to Betton Island, just across the water from the hotel, to hike or go off-roading, and maybe even spot a bald eagle or two
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