Salmon Falls Resort in Ketchikan, Alaska, spoils guests with a new immersive luxury offer. The VIP fishing trip offer, called Hooked on Salmon Falls, starts at $15,000 for two guests and includes a four-night stay in a presidential king ocean view suite. In addition to round-trip airport transfers, the offer also comes with complimentary dining and $250 in fish shipping credit.
The highlight of the offer gives guests several memorable experiences in the wilderness and in the comfort of the resort. Through the offer, guests spend two days of fully guided fishing on a private boat with add-on excursions like shrimping and ethically viewing black bears in their natural habitat.
Guests also have the chance to sample some of the world’s finest oysters before enjoying a behind-the-scenes tour at Hump Island Oyster Farm. Salmon Falls Resort takes guests on a scenic chartered flight exploring Misty Fjords, landing in remote spots along the way.
On one of the afternoons, guests embark on a culinary exploration with a salmon roe and wine pairing. After tasting and sipping away, guests learn the basics of breaking down a fish, then followed by a private cooking demonstration. A local microbrew from Ketchikan’s own Bawden Street Brewing Co. complements the three salmon dishes provided.
After a long day exploring and learning, Salmon Falls Resorts gives guests of the offer an in-suite couples aromatherapy massage. The Hooked on Salmon Falls offer can be booked through Sept. 11, based on availability. To book, email [email protected].
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