Hoonah is a Tlingit community on Chichagof Island in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 860. Its name means "village by the cliff" in the Tlingit language.
Hoonah, being an island community, is only accessible by boat or plane. The Alaska Marine Highway serves Hoonah with the day boat the M/V LeConte and the M/V Taku which offers residents a slower but more dependable and cheaper option to travel to and from Hoonah to Juneau. The Hoonah Airport also offers service via bush carriers Wings of Alaska which offer five flights a day between Hoonah and Juneau. Connections can often be made in Juneau with either Alaska Airlines for regional or interstate travel or other bush carriers to go to other villages or communities.