Best deal in ketchikan for a crab feed. Take your family it’s worth every dollar. We bought the flight tour for Mysty Fiords. It was spectacular.
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We booked this tour and feast through our cruise and we are so glad we did. Loved every minute of it! The boat tour was great. Got to see some bald eagle, pull up crab pots and even kiss some crabs! The crab feast after...More
we took a tour off the cruise ship and was shown how to crab....the best was to sit and eat the huge crab legs and the demonstration of how to get the job done....they had overbooked and wasn't aware of the overbooking but they handled...More
We ate delicious crab to our heart's delight! Our entertaining waitress, Danielle, demonstrated how to easily get the most out of each part of the crab. And then she kept bringing steaming hot crab to our tables until we could eat no more. And, despite...More
This was included in our Celebrity excursion in Ketchikan and It. Was. Amazing. When we signed up, I thought we'd get a little taste, didn't realize it was all you could eat! Whaaat? And it was delicious Dungeness too; almost didn't need butter (although I...More
1st excursion on our recent Alaskan cruise was a big hit! Rain Forest tour finishing with an all you can eat crab feast! The crab was great and plentiful! The crew at George Inlet was great as well! Finished off with a fabulous cheesecake!
Our first day in Alaska started off with a bang. The boat trip was fun as we saw several American eagles. Then on we went to eat lunch at George Inlet. The dungeoness crab were excellent. all you can eat. then a short ride back...More
This was one of our stops after our sea plane ride! Wow all you can eat crab legs! Delicious! The place is so quaint and beautiful scenery! The service outstanding! Salmon and salad was yummy! And to top with NY cheesecake incredibly delicious
We were on a 14-day Alaskan cruise and Ketchikan was our first port of call. The weather was dreary and I thought it'll put a damper on our first excursion - was I ever wrong! After a short bus ride to the George Inlet Lodge,...More
We were there in Sept 2017--and ate until we felt we could burst. We had been several years ago and loved it so we made sure to return.