We did this adventure on September 26. After reading a few of the recent reviews I must concur on the general opinion; the tour is far too short and far too slow. Just five months ago we did a dune buggy tour in the hills and beaches of Cabo San Lucas so we have some credibility to make a comparison, at the very least for quality. There we were out for two plus hours, stopping only twice for photos and a bottle of water, and on the dry river bed we were able to open it up to about 60mph. The rest of the track had been cleverly developed by the operator so that we could slide around corners and seriously crank it up. The terrain in Ketchikan does not permit a similar experience but the scenery is beautiful and has plenty to offer if properly cultivated by the operator. The young guides are local people who have been born and raised there, it is what it is, tourists aren't taking history notes. Would I recommend it to a friend, absolutely, we still had a fun experience.
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