Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city nestled on the shores of Cook Inlet. Sandwiched between rugged peaks and tranquil water, this urban sprawl is home to nearly half of the state’s population. Don’t be surprised to see bears and moose sauntering across private yards or public parks – it’s a way of life here!
Personalized Anchorage Sightseeing Tour Discover the unique highlights of the city of Anchorage with a local guide! Located between mountains and an inlet, surrounded by national parks and filled with wildlife, Anchorage combines the best of Alaska all in one. Make your way to Lake Hood, the world’s busiest floating seaplane base and take a walking tour around the area. Visit the Earthquake Park and get an insight into one of the pivotal moments in Alaskan history: the 1964 earthquake. Get a beautiful view of the city from the viewpoint at Glen Alps as your guide tells you all about the fascinating past of Anchorage. Visit the downtown area and stroll past historic buildings, museums and outdoor cafes. If you are an arts or history lover, take the time to go around The Anchorage Museum, a world-renowned museum which is dedicated to preserve, exhibit and interpret the art, history, culture, and ecology of Alaska. (Duration: Half Day; Flexible Timings; Shared Activity & Transfers; Meals and Museum Ticket Fee Not Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera.)
Talkeetna is all that you would expect in a typical Alaskan small town. Tucked into the Mat-Su Valley, this picturesque town with its colorful old buildings gives off an artsy vibe. Nestled at the foothills of majestic Denali, North America’s tallest mountain, it is a convenient base camp for climbing expeditions to major peaks.
Explore Talkeetna on Your Own Discover the attractions of picturesque Talkeetna at your own pace. An ideal takeoff point for exciting outdoor adventures into the Alaskan wilderness, it offers a range of activities. You could opt for a flightseeing tour over Denali National Park for a closer look at North America’s tallest peak. Add on a glacier landing for the ultimate Alaskan adventure! Set at the confluence of three glacial rivers, the town offers excellent opportunities for fishing and riverboat tours. Enjoy a faster pace of exploration with jet boat tours that take you into the forest and to wildlife spotting areas. Choose the adrenaline rush of a zipline tour that has you soaring over the forest canopy even as you enjoy gorgeous mountain and valley views. Alternatively, set off along one of the riverside hiking trails or enjoy a horseback exploration of the landscape. Round off your day with a stop at one of the cozy restaurants in town serving wholesome food and microbrews. (Duration: Full Day; Self-exploring Activity; No Guide & No Transfers; Entrance Fees and Meals are Not Included.)
Denali National Park and Preserve, with its primeval landscape and untamed wilderness, promises a one-of-a-kind adventure. Located in the Interior Alaska region, it is home to Denali, the tallest peak in North America. This nature lover’s paradise offers an endless sequence of breathtaking vistas all around.
Personalized Tour: Hiking Adventure in Denali National Park Embark on a wholly customized exploration of the Alaskan wilderness within Denali National Park. Take your pick of well-maintained trails to discover the primeval landscape of this sprawling natural paradise. Let your local Alaskan guide know of your preferences so the hike can be personalized to suit your level of difficulty. You could tailor your adventure to include sightseeing and photo opportunities. Learn about the history and unique geology of the park’s diverse ecosystems before you wind up the tour. (Duration: Full Day; Starting Time: 0900 hrs; Private Activity & Transfers; Fitness Level: Easy. While the trip can last for eight hours, it can be shortened. Custom start times are also available. This activity can be customized based on your level of experience, interest, and physical ability.)
Fairbanks is the second largest city in the state of Alaska with all the charms of small town life. It is a favored base camp with adventure-seekers and explorers en route to the Alaskan Interior or the Arctic region. An excellent year-round destination, there is plenty to keep you busy come summer or winter!
Group Arctic Circle Air Adventure Experience the magic of flying over the Arctic Circle! Board a flight and journey north from Fairbanks over vast and remote lands. Witness the remnants of gold mining activity, which continues nearly a 100 years after the late 1800s Alaska Gold Rush. Fly over the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, a remarkable feat of engineering which brought immense changes to Alaska after the discovery of oil over 30 years ago. Cross the scenic Yukon River Valley which is home to traditional Alaskan tribes who have preserved their lifestyle and culture for centuries. Experience the thrilling moment of flying over the Arctic Circle and get a bird’s eye view of the magnificent, craggy peaks of Brooks Mountain Range. Your flight route will pass just south of the gates of the Arctic National Park. Land on the Middle Fork Koyukuk River amidst a wilderness community where you can participate in an orientation tour. Return to Fairbanks and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate! (Duration: Half Day; Afternoon Departure; Shared Activity & Transfers; Meals Not Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera and binoculars; Please note that a minimum of 4 people is required for the tour to operate.)
You will be transferred from your hotel the the airport
Departure from Fairbanks
Price & Inclusions
Option 1 From $ 3,990 /person
Option 2 From $ 4,390 /person
Prices are in USD and exclude international flights. This trip price is based on low season rates for accommodation and other applicable services, and may change depending on availability, currency fluctuations and number of people traveling together. For high season prices, please contact us with your exact travel dates and preferences.
Accommodation in one double room for 9 days / 8 nights.
Meals as indicated
The following train journeys in the highest class available, unless otherwise specified:
Anchorage – Talkeetna
Talkeetna – Denali National Park
Denali National Park – Fairbanks
All activities as listed:
Anchorage: Personalized Anchorage Sightseeing Tour
Talkeetna: Explore Talkeetna on Your Own
Denali National Park: Personalized Tour: Hiking Adventure in Denali National Park
Fairbanks: Group Arctic Circle Air Adventure
Your Trip Coordinator: a 24/7 point of contact, supporting you during your trip
On request: A printed set of your travel documents by post
All transfers as indicated above
Entry fees for national parks
Tips, additional meals and personal expenses
Entrance fees, unless otherwise stated in the activity descriptions
Travel, health and cancellation insurance
International airfare (from your home country to your destination and return), unless specified under the trip inclusions above