Unlike other ports along Alaska's Inside Passage, Wrangell is one of the less traveled, but its small size and dedication to preserving its culture and history are a far cry from "less," as far as what you can explore.
Port of Wrangell
Island Highlights and Native Cultural Tour
#1 of 2 Wrangell Shore Excursions
Learn all about native Tlingit culture and history and see some of Wrangell's most beautiful and interesting sights including Petroglyph Beach and Shakes Island Tribal House on a Island Highlights and Native Cultural Tour.
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Seabourn Sojourn14-day Ultimate Glacier & Fjord AdventureSeward, Icy Strait, Juneau, Haines, Sitka, Wrangell, Ketchikan, Prince Rupert, VancouverNow
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Popular Itineraries: Wrangell Cruise Reviews
Sail Date: Jul 2018
This was the only town we visited on the cruise since it's mostly through wilderness areas. Quiet little town with just a few shops, nice hike up many well-built stairs to the top of the hillside overlooking the...Read More
Sail Date: May 2016
WRANGELL On Sunday we were in Wrangell, a town of around 2,000 that only smaller cruise ships can stop at. The assistant manager at Practical Rent a Car, the only rent-a-car company on the island, picked...Read More
Sail Date: May 2015
Shakes Island and saw the new long house. Besides that and the new boardwalk by the petroglyphs, Wrangell hasn't change too much....Read More
Popular Alaska Content
The White Pass and Yukon Route is a popular sightseeing train tour that runs between Skagway, Alaska and Carcross in the Yukon Territory of Canada. Most passengers on a shore excursion will begin their journey with a bus trip to the station in Fraser, British Columbia and head about 28 miles south into Skagway (or reverse).