Full-Day Tour from Seward or Anchorage 8-Hours

Trip Highlights

  • Visit the Alaska Sea Life Center in Seward.
  • Visit Exit Glacier, a short easy walk provides a close-up and personal view of a magnificent glacier.
  • Enjoy Lunch next to a picturesque lake.
  • Photo Opportunities along the way with stops at Beluga Point and Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge.
  • Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
  • Enjoy Wide-Open Panoramic vistas.

 


Trip Itinerary - 8 Hours

Arrive in Seward and transfer to our vehicle to begin your full-day adventure starting with a city tour of Seward, a small town located on Resurrection Bay. This small fishing town is full of activity during the summer. This morning we will hike to Exit Glacier. This is an nice easy hike where we will take you to the face of the glacier. From here, you will enjoy beautiful mountain vistas. Afterwards, we will visit the Alaska Sea Life Center, a marine mammal rehabilitation facility, is located on the shores of Resurrection Bay.

Later, we depart Seward and drive north along the Seward Highway.  This road is considered to be America’s most beautiful and scenic road, crossing mountain passes and majestic valleys. Along the way we will try to spot moose, caribou, eagles and other wildlife.  We will make a lunch stop at Summit Lake Lodge, one of our favorite. On our way towards Anchorage, we will make a couple of stops for photo opportunities at Beluga Point and Bird Point.

We will visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center opened to the public in 1993. It is located on 140 acres at the southern edge of Turnagain Arm and the entrance to Portage Valley. The center’s mission is to provide care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife and to provide wildlife education and awareness. Animals that are unable to be released or survive in the wild are given refuge in the center's spacious habitats. Here people can safely get close, observe and photograph some of Alaska's largest land animals, including moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears muskox, small mammals and birds of prey. During spring and summer, visitors can often witness the rehabilitation of orphaned baby animals of various species.

Allow up to 8 hours round trip from Seward for this tour. This tour ends in Anchorage. This tour also operates in reverse.


2016 Tour Cost & Times

TOUR DATES: Daily Departures from Anchorage or Seward

DEPARTURE TIMES: Please Call Us

TOUR COST: $299 per person. Includes Lunch.

Cancellation Policy
A MasterCard or Visa is required to make your reservation online. Your card will be charged when you book your trip. We require at least 48 hours notice for cancellations otherwise a cancellation fee of 50% may be charged. No-shows or cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will not be eligible for a refund.
Late arrivals that miss the departure will be considered a No-Show.