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Book flights to Annette Island

Consider Annette Island in Alaska for your trip. It's located south of Revillagigedo Island in the Alexander Archipelago. This island offers a combination of cultural and outdoor activities. If you're interested in First Nations culture, Annette Island is home to Metlakatla, a community established in the 19th century. Here, you can learn about the Tsimshian people and their history. Annette Island also has beautiful scenery. You can explore the rainforests or go wildlife watching. Fishing charters are available if you'd like to try your hand at catching salmon or halibut. While Annette Island itself has limited options for accommodation and dining, the nearby town of Ketchikan offers a wider variety of choices. You can easily reach Ketchikan by ferry from Annette Island for a day trip or to use as a base for exploring the island.

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Airports near Annette Island

You have choices when it comes to reaching Annette Island. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Annette Island.

Ketchikan International Airport

Located in Ketchikan, Alaska, this airport is approximately 30 miles away from Annette Island. It is a commercial passenger airport with regular flights to and from major cities in Alaska and the United States.

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Prince Rupert Airport

Situated in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, this airport is around 60 miles away from Annette Island. It is a regional airport with commercial passenger flights connecting to Vancouver and other destinations in Canada.

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Juneau International Airport

Located in Juneau, Alaska, this airport is approximately 90 miles away from Annette Island. It is a commercial passenger airport with regular flights to and from major cities in Alaska and the United States.

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Vancouver International Airport

Although not within a reasonable driving distance, Vancouver International Airport is a major international airport located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It offers numerous connecting flights to regional airports in Alaska, including Ketchikan International Airport, which is the closest airport to Annette Island.

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Things to do in Annette Island

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Saxman Totem Park

This park is home to the largest collection of standing totem poles in Southeast Alaska. The totems were carved by the Tlingit people and depict stories, clans, and histories. Visitors can walk among the totems and learn about their significance from park rangers.

Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show

This is a fun and entertaining show that features lumberjacks competing in a variety of events, such as log rolling, axe throwing, and speed climbing. The show is a great way to learn about the history of logging in Alaska and to see some amazing feats of strength and skill.

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Ketchikan Duck Tour

This unique tour takes visitors on a ride through Ketchikan on a converted Duck boat. The tour is both informative and entertaining, as visitors will learn about the history of Ketchikan and see some of its most popular attractions, all while getting a chance to see some of the local wildlife, such as ducks and bald eagles.