Juneau's Nature If kayaking is already part of your to-do list in Juneau, good for you. Enjoying coastline, you will be in a place where you can bear witness to majestic nature scenes and wildlife, says an expert from Beyondak.com.

Apart from being a bustling city of trade and fishing, Juneau also has a serene side where trees and wild creatures abound. Its long coastline and tranquil waters provide a great setup where nature enthusiasts appreciate what are normally not seen in many parts of the world. Here is a quick list of what people can expect in Juneau:


For visitors who live in landlocked locations or in non-arctic regions, glaciers are not a common sight. Depending on the kayaking tour, you will see those marvelous ice formations at the Mendenhall Glacier, which is just 12 miles away from the downtown area of Juneau or at the Glacier Gardens Rainforest.


Along the coastline, you’ll enjoy the lush green vegetation that you can see along the coast of Tongass Park, which is the largest forest park in the nation.


Like the rest of Alaska, Juneau is teeming with wildlife. At the forest areas, you might be able to see the Siktia Blacktail deer, wolf, brown bears, mountain goats, and moose looking back at you.

Apart from the view of the coastline, the sea sometimes offers a rare view of the marine life. Occasionally, tourists get glimpses of whales, sea otters, seals, salmons, porpoises, among others. You might also see the bald eagles flying and looking for their prey.

A kayaking trip in Juneau offers a memorable experience that is worth sharing. Booking such a trip is a must for nature enthusiasts, adventurers, and storytellers.