Along southeast Alaska's scenic Inside Passage towering evergreens blanket its steep coastal mountains. The forest has been pushed back in places by seaside communities which crown this majestic wilderness. There are bears in the forest, fish in the sea, and gold in the hearts of those who live here.Its beauty is breathtaking - its riches worth experiencing. The Huna Tlingit people have lived in the Southeast Alaska archipelago for many hundreds of years. Hoonah Alaska is located on Chichagof Island, surrounded by the Tongass National Forest, standing on one of the largest wilderness areas in the United States. Here you can spend your time viewing wildlife, taking the fishing trip of your life, kayaking, or enjoying the city’s shops and restaurants.


Hoonah is a special place rich in culture and tradition with something for everyone! Book your experiences in advance with the locals!

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