ALASKA MULTI-DAY TOURS
If you wish to discover what Alaska has to offer then check out our most popular packages that includes full days of touring, some meals, hotel accommodations as well as Alaska's most popular activities. Everything that you need for your visit can be arranged for you in advance as well as custom packages.
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Dreaming of exploring Alaska but you are short on time? Don’t worry if you don’t have two weeks of vacation to go visit the northernmost state. You don’t need it, with this 4-day tour you will enjoy the best highlights of Alaska. This tour is perfect as a Pre or Post Cruise option. This four day package makes the perfect land tour add-on to an any Alaska cruise arriving in Seward or Whittier, Alaska.
On this tour you will experience the very best of Alaska in just 4 Days!
Get to know the Alaska's most spectacular National Parks. Witness majestic landscapes and diverse wildlife on an expedition into the heart of Alaska’s untouched wilderness.
Journey along the stunningly scenic Seward Highway. Cap off your adventure with a cruise on Kenai Fjords National Park, home to humpback whales, killer whales, steller sea lions and towering tidewater glaciers all illuminated by the almost continuous daylight of the Alaskan summers.
On this Alaska Explorer Tour 9-Day journey, you will experience the very best of Alaska in just over a week. Explore Alaska’s stunning and pristine waters of Prince William Sound. Visit Katmai National Park and witness North America’s largest land predators, the brown bears. Go fishing in the spectacular Kenai Fjords. Discover the stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife of Alaska’s untouched wilderness. Stay in cozy cabins in the quaint little town of Talkeetna.
Natural and historic wonders await those visitors willing to accept travel and access on Alaskan terms. On this 10-day journey you will experience the very best of Alaska. Visit the historic mining town of Kennecott which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark. Kennecott is considered the best remaining example of early 20th Century. This tour will take you to one of the largest and least visited National Parks in the US. The trip getting into this area is guaranteed to be an unforgettable adventure!
On this 11-Day journey you will experience the very best of Alaska. Spend at least two nights in the Kantishna region deep within the Denali National Park and Wilderness Preserve and far away from the crowded and busy Park entrance. This amazing Denali adventure is perfect for those seeking to explore the heart of Denali. Discover stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife on a family expedition into the heart of Alaska’s untouched wilderness. Search for moose, caribou, wolves, grizzly bears, and Dall sheep, and search for wildflowers and animals.
This 14-Day Grand Journey is our most complete Alaskan Adventure. On this amazing adventure you will experience the best of Alaska. Visit 4 National Parks. Spend two nights in Denali National Park and Wilderness Preserve far away from the crowded and busy Park entrance. See the coastal brown bears of Katmai National Park in their natural habitat; discover the stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife of Kenai Fjords National Park and finally visit the largest National Park in the U.S., Wrangell St-Elias National Park. Take an amazing expedition into the heart of Alaska’s untouched wilderness. This tour has it all.
Over the years, the people of the Arctic have learned to adapt to the climate. When these areas were first settled, people made houses from hides, whalebone, sod, driftwood, and snow. As resources are limited in the Arctic, those living there learned to make use of everything possible. Today, on this Arctic & Native Cultures tour you will notice that the peoples of the Arctic have added modern technology to their historic adaptation skills. While dog sleds, skis, snowshoes, and kayaks have largely been supplanted by snowmobiles and boats, the traditional methods of transportation are still occasionally utilized. In the past century, many formerly nomadic peoples have settled into towns scattered across the Arctic. On this tour, you'll visit the Inupiaq village of Nome located on the Western Coast of Alaska.
Crossing the Arctic Circle is an item on bucket lists of adventurers from around the globe. For good reasons! Trips to the Arctic Circle allow travellers to discover the incredible beauty of raw, untouched landscapes and unique adventures they can’t get anywhere else in the world.
While travelling to the Arctic Circle is a bucket list experience in itself, there are countless other bucket list items to cross off once you make it north of 66° 33’ N. Trips to the far north offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences including close-up wildlife encounters, views of spectacular Arctic landscapes and icebergs, witnessing the magical Northern Lights and more.
On this tour you will travel from Fairbanks to Coldfoot, north of the Arctic Circle in the Brooks Mountain Range. We will drive the Dalton Highway made famous by the show, Ice Road Truckers. We will cross the Arctic Circle and celebrate and take photos at the Arctic Circle sign. We will explore the arctic tundra, marvel at the mighty Yukon River, view the remarkable Alaska Pipeline and weather permitting, the northern lights.
On this amazing tour, you will spend several days and nights in Alaska’s high arctic observing and photographing the polar bears with a local guide. Cross the Arctic Circle and learn about Native Cultures and see how Alaska Natives live in the farthest reaches of North America. Visit the Inupiat village of Kaktovik located at the edge of the Arctic Ocean. Experience life under the midnight sun. Discover the inhospitable and fragile environment that changes lives and draws individuals to this region of Alaska. Discover the inhospitable and fragile environment that changes lives and draws individuals to this region of Alaska.
This tour was featured in the November 2015 issue of Alaska Magazine! Experience the unmatched excitement of the start of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Anchorage. Experience the best places on earth to view the beautiful and mysterious northern lights. Bright curtains of yellow, green, red or even purple light brighten the night skies regularly. Fairbanks is situated underneath the aurora belt and its location provides Fairbanks a terrific balance of occurrence, frequency and activity. Enjoy the soothing waters of Chena Hot Springs and experience the aurora from a heated "aurorium" cabin.
Located on the edge of the Bering Sea on the Seward Peninsula, Nome is a vital hub for Northwest Alaska. Every year in March, Nome hosts the finish of one of the toughest sled dog races in the world. During the finish of the race Nome's population grows by approximately 1,000 people and turns Nome into what people everywhere warmly refer to as the "Mardi Gras of the North". With hundreds of events to participate in and the ability to rub elbows with some of the most notorious names in the dog mushing industry, the finish of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Nome is an event not to be missed.
Experience the best places on earth to view the beautiful and mysterious northern lights. Bright curtains of yellow, green, red or even purple light brighten the night skies regularly. Fairbanks is situated underneath the aurora belt and its location provides Fairbanks a terrific balance of occurrence, frequency and activity. Enjoy the soothing waters of Chena Hot Springs and experience the aurora from a heated "aurorium" cabin. During the day you have plenty of time for other activities at Chena. Visit the Ice Museum or the Santa Claus House in North Pole.
This tour takes you to see a spectacular natural phenomenon which happens during the winter months. The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the North Pole. Fairbanks is arguably the most popular destination for visitors who want to see the Aurora. This tour is a great option for those looking to take advantage of every aurora viewing opportunity while enjoying some wintertime fun activities such as dog sledding.
Each year millions of salmon burst from the Bering Sea into the lakes and streams of Katmai National Park. These fish provide a food source for the world's largest population of brown bears. This tour package includes round trip air transportation between Anchorage and Brooks Lodge, two nights lodging, all park fees, taxes and the "Valley of 10,000 Smokes" Natural History Tour. Meals are not included. Daily departures are available.
For those wanting to see more of Katmai, we recommend the Katmai Explorer Tour. Stay at the exclusive Kulik Lodge in Katmai National Park. This is the deluxe way to see Katmai. Included is round trip air transportation between Anchorage and Kulik, lodging, meals, boat and guide service while at Kulik, flights to Brooks Lodge for bear viewing or the Valley of 10,000 Smokes Tour, fishing license, rods and waders and complimentary cocktails. This tour can be 3 or 4 days. Please Inquire. Available June 28th through August 1st.
Experience the excitement of "The Toughest Race in the World" The Yukon Quest is a 1,000 mile sled dog race between Fairbanks Alaska and Whitehorse, located in the Yukon Territory of Canada. On our Yukon Quest Tour package you'll experience all the behind the scenes race action. Follow the race from Fairbanks to Circle, follow the teams along the trail, mingle with mushers and dogs at checkpoints and, after a scenic drive along the Stesse Highway. Experience the towns of Central and Circle in the winter. You will be talking with mushers and see vets and officials at their work. This tour takes place within Alaska.