“We have adopted all CDC recommendations along with additional measures to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff including provided gloves and masks, additional hand-washing stations and sanitizers, the spacing of tables in the dining room and bar, rooms cleaned and left vacant for 48 hours, and distancing protocols aboard our legendary guided fishing excursions,” Herod says. “Plus, the property and location lends itself to safe outdoor recreation and social distancing.”
Centrally located in one of Alaska’s most productive salt and freshwater sport fisheries along Alaska’s iconic Inside Passage, the recently remodeled 40-room resort has catered to discerning travelers anglers for more than 30 years and is frequently voted among Alaska’s top fishing resorts and luxury lodges, according to the trade journal Resorts & Lodges.
The pristine blue waters around Salmon Falls Resort are like no other, filled with prized King salmon that return each summer to eternal breeding grounds along with feisty, acrobatic Coho salmon that “dance on water” and weigh up to 20 pounds. Other species include Chinook, Sockeye, Pink and Chum salmon, Lingcod, monster halibut and many varieties of rockfish.
Three-, five- and seven-night packages at Salmon Falls Resort include VIP roundtrip airport van transfers by resort staff from Ketchikan Airport, sumptuous water or mountain view accommodations with daily CDC-compliant housekeeping, all meals including daily dinner at the resort’s award-winning Timbers Restaurant, daily fully-guided sport-fishing tours, and all supporting equipment including all-weather gear and rain boots, bait and tackle, and fish processing for easy transport home.
Meals include dinner on arrival day, three meals a day on full days and breakfast on departure day. Meals include non-alcoholic beverages.
Avid outdoorsmen love Salmon Falls, but the property also is well-suited to wildlife watchers, hikers, stargazers, kayakers, photographers and anyone seeking freedom and fresh air. Humpback and Orca whales, seals and sea otters call the waters around the resort home and are frequently spotted. Children and adults squeal with delight at the sight of black bears catching salmon and playing with their cubs at local wildlife observation areas. Resort staff can arrange exhilarating zipline excursions, shopping recommendations, or floatplane tours to nearby attractions like Misty Fjords National Monument.
Interested guests will want to book as soon as possible as the season lasts just four months. All-inclusive rates start at $2,295 for the three-night package. The resort also recently updated its cancellation policy to remain flexible due to COVID-19 and has removed deposit requirements, making it easier to stay and play on your terms.
For additional information and videos from Salmon Falls Resort, visit SalmonFallsResort.com.
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