When you first step into Hoonah, Alaska, you’re transported to the largest Tlingit community in Alaska. Hoonah is an authentic community proud of its roots. Situated along the Icy Strait on Chichagof Island just off the coast of British Columbia, Canada, Hoonah embraces the rich Tlingit culture and cherishes the beautiful island that the Tlingit have called home for thousands of years.
With a full suite of adventure tourism experiences visitors expect from the rugged Alaskan wilderness, Hoonah is a haven for those looking to connect with nature and community on a deeper level. From learning about Tlingit culture to tasting world-class cuisine to the longest zipline in North America and living on the land with the largest population of brown bears on earth, visiting Hoonah has something to offer everyone who visits its beautiful coastline.
After spending your days exploring and experiencing nature, spend the afternoon relaxing in Hoonah and enjoying the numerous locally-owned and operated shops, adventure tourism shops and restaurants for an authentic Hoonah experience.
When you book a flight to a jet charter airport in Hoonah, Alaska, you’ll soar into Hoonah Airport. The state-owned, public-use airport sits one mile out of town and sees approximately 3,000 flights per year. Despite its small size and only one runway, Hoonah Airport can accommodate all types of private aviation travelers and aircraft. For small, private trips, consider the four-seat Citation Mustang. Need more space? Hoonah Airport also welcomes the 12-seat Challenger 605.