Small Villages, Big Adventures

Visit Unseen Alaska
Angoon, Kake, Pelican, Elfin Cove, Tenakee Springs
Breathtaking Seaplane Flight in the Morning.
Sport Fishing by Noon.
Wildlife Viewing at Dusk…Just Another Day in Unseen Alaska.
Experience the Catch
of a Lifetime
Explore the Wilds of Alaska
without All the Tourists.


Explore the unseen side of Alaska. Discover the hidden gems of the Inside Passage.

Unseen Alaska is a consortium of five villages in Southeast Alaska that offers unparalleled adventures. The Unseen Alaska communities are Southeast Alaska’s best kept secrets. They may be close to popular cities like Juneau and Sitka, but they are not nearly as crowded. Each of these communities are unique in their own right, and perfect for people looking to experience the “real Alaska” outside of the large cruise ships. Under the peaks of Glacier Bay National Park, try your hand at some of the best fishing in the world – freshwater or deep-sea. You can come face-to-face with a brown bear or trek through the nation’s largest national forest. Relax in natural hot springs or invigorate your senses by kayaking, hiking old mining trails and even berry-picking. The amazing thing is that you can get to this remote wonderland quickly and easily. With just a short plane ride from Juneau, this is one-stop wilderness brought to you by Alaska Seaplanes.


Angoon is known as the “Fortress of Brown Bears” and is home to the highest density of brown bears in North America and the highest density of bald eagles in the world.
Elfin Cove
Elfin Cove is near the rich fishing grounds of Cross Sound and has a reputation for being a Fisherman’s Paradise with waters that provide an incredible array of halibut, ling cod, rockfish and salmon.
Kake boasts, by many accounts, the largest totem pole in the world, carved out of a single tree. This is the place to come if you’d like to utterly relax and experience a truly Authentic Alaska experience.
Pelican’s motto is “Closest to the Fish”; it is the gateway to the West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness located along the north coast of the Gulf of Alaska and the North Pacific Ocean. Pristine natural eco-systems support numerous fisheries, including salmon and halibut, and make Pelican a world-class sport-fishing destination.
Tenakee Springs
Tenakee Springs is a naturalist’s paradise with wildlife viewing opportunities in every direction. Come here to beach comb for giant scallop shells, watch for breaching Humpback whales, see salmon returning to spawn, or spy the occasional otter playing with his food, and of course soak in the Hot Springs.
Alaska Seaplanes
Alaska Seaplanes is the premier commuter airline of Southeast Alaska. Operating from a hub in Juneau, Alaska Seaplanes serves all five of the Unseen Alaska markets as well as Skagway, Haines, Gustavus, Hoonah, Sitka and Excursion Inlet.



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Wild Alaska | Alaska Magazine #TuesdayTravel Inspiration. This video takes our breath away. It very accurately depicts pristine nature and tranquility you can expect visiting #UnseenAlaska. Watch for a moment of Zen.
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For Alaskan Women, Fishing Is Not Just a Job—It’s a Way of Life #InternationalWomensDay So grateful for and proud of all the wonderful, strong, dedicated women living and working in Southeast Alaska. Thank you for all you do! #womenarestrongashell
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Happy World Wildlife Day​! Happy World Wildlife Day! Come to Southeast Alaska to reconnect with Nature. Sweeping vistas, abundant wildlife, and memories to last a lifetime.
Happy World Wildlife Day!
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Home Did you know that Unseen Alaska's #Kake is a prime location for whale watching? Long Beach along Keku Straight, a few miles north of Kake, has rocks out in the water that the whale like to rub against. Generally you'd ...



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