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52 Day Alaska Deluxe

 

 

Start Date Jun 01, 2021
End Date Jul 22, 2021
6 Other Dates
 
 

Tour Itinerary

  • 51 Camping Nights
  • 56 Events & Meals
  • 5397 Driving Miles
  • 208 Avg. Daily Miles
52 Day Alaska Deluxe

Tour Highlights


Alaskan King Crab Feed

Athabascan Indian Village

Bear Viewing in Hyder

Bypasses Top of the World Highway

Camp on Kenai Peninsula and the Homer Spit

Current Milepost Book – Alaska's Best Travel Guide

Denali National Park Guided Tour

Glacier and Wildlife Boat Cruises

Lots of Fishing Time

Major City Tours: Fairbanks, Juneau & Whitehorse

Muktuk Sled Dog Experience

Nenana River Raft Float Trip

Pioneer Village Salmon Bake

Professional Leadership

Regional Meals and Local Entertainment

Soak in Natural Hot Springs

Taste of Yukon Dinner

Yukon White Pass Railroad Train Trip




Day By Day Details


  • Orientation and Get Acquainted Social
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation to Whale Watching Cruise
  • Whale Watching Cruise-Fully narrated whale watching tour through the scenic San Juan Islands

  • EN-ROUTE - Hell's Gate AirTram Ride and Lunch-These aerial trams will give you a birds' eye view of this historic landmark

  • Overnight stop in the territory of the Lheidi T'enneh

  • Group Photo at Famous Mile 0 Landmark
  • Dinner
  • Alaska Highway Presentation & Certificate--A short presentation about Dawson Creek

  • OPTIONAL-Fort Nelson Heritage Museum-The theme of our museum is "Transportation"

  • Soak in Laird Hot Springs--the second largest hot springs in Canada,the temperatures of the pool varies from 108 to 126 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Dinner

  • Hang your own sign at the Famous Signpost Forest
  • OPTIONAL -Northern Lights Show- the Northern Lights Centre boasts state-of-the-art panoramic video and surround-sound systems.

  • Whitehorse City Bus Tour: Fish Ladder, Downtown Whitehorse
  • Guided SS Klondike Tour-- was the largest of the fleet.
  • Tour MukTuk Sled Dog Kennel with Taste of Yukon Lunch


  • Welcome to Alaska Social

  • Palace Theater Show-“The Number One Show Throughout Alaska and Canada”
  • Pioneer Village Alaska Salmon Bake
  • Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise: Includes Athabasca Village, Susan Butcher Sled Dog Center, Float Plane Demonstration
  • University of Alaska Museum-The museum's exhibits are the best introduction to Alaska’s diverse wildlife, people, and landscapes.
  • Gold Dredge #8 Tour: Includes Tanana Valley Railroad, panning for Gold and visiting the Trans-Alyeska pipeline
  • Free Day to explore Fairbanks

  • Private Transportation- Cabin Night Theater -the popular dinner theater performed in an authentic, log cabin
  • Denali National Park Tundra Wilderness Guided Bus Tour with snack - History, beautiful landscape, Wildflowers & Wildlife Mt. Denali photo op (when visible)
  • White Water Rafting-You may see moose, sheep, caribou and bear, as you raft downstream 11 miles. The most scenic portion of the Nenana River gives you thrilling, and enjoyable rafting.
  • Free Day to explore Denali

  • Free Day in Anchorage
  • Alaska Native Heritage Center- shares the heritage of Alaska's 11 major cultural groups

  • Campground Cookout on the Spit
  • Explore Homer and Camp on the Homer Spit
  • OPTIONAL - Halibut Charter Fishing, Seldovia Artist Community, Bear Adventures by Air, Salmon Fishing at Campsite and Bear Creek Winery
  • OPTIONAL -Kilcher Farm-history of the homestead, the "reality behind the reality" of the Alaska: the Last Frontier show,

  • Diamond M Ranch Farm Tour--Beautiful Trails, animals, and the famous waters of Kenai
  • King Crab Feed
  • OPTIONAL in Kenai Peninsula--Fishing, Farm Tour, Russian Orthodox Church, Brewery or Wine Tour

  • Alaska Sea Life Center & Puffin Experience--Meet our puffins and other resident bird species
  • OPTIONAL - Explore Exit Glacier and Seward Harbor Area ,Book a Charter Fishing Excursion,Helicopter Rides, and Dog-sledding
  • 5 hour Resurrection Bay Tour with lunch-You'll pass by glaciers and natural areas full of wildlife

  • Dinner
  • OPTIONAL - Palmer Visitor Center & Museum, Musk Ox Farm, Reindeer Farm, New Deal Resettlement Homesteads, Independence Mine, Hatcher Pass

  • OPTIONAL - Salmon Charter Fishing, Solomon Gulch Hatchery, Columbia Glacier, and Valdez Museum
  • Prince William Sound Boat Tour: Includes Lunch, snack and Dinner. Cruise the majestic waters of Prince William Sound from Valdez to Meares Glacier, to travel to locations where we typically spot orca whales, harbor seals, sea lions, and more

  • Explore the Athabascan Villages Trade Center

  • Yukon Dinner and Entertainment
  • Camp on the largest lake in the Yukon

  • Fast Ferry to Skagway
  • Private Transportation
  • White Pass/Yukon Railroad Train Excursion--The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls.
  • Juneau Capitol City Excursion: Wildlife Cruise, Whale Watching, Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Boat Trip to Juneau with breakfast and afternoon chowder
  • Visit the Mendenhall Glacier-The ice extends about 150 - 250 feet under the water ◼ The glacier is about 12 miles (19 km) long

  • Explore the Capital of the Yukon

  • Overnight stop with Mountain Scenery

  • EN-ROUTE OPTION - Jade City-- The region around Jade City is rich with serpentinite (a jade precursor), greenstone (jade look-a-likes), and Nephrite jade. The region is home to 92% of the world's nephrite jade
  • Dinner

  • Bear Viewing in Hyder (3 days)
  • OPTIONAL - Self Drive to Salmon Glacier, Fishing, Stewart Museum, Toastworks Museum, and Estuary Boardwalk


  • Farewell Dinner
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast



Tour Prices

  • 51 Camping Nights
  • 56 Events & Meals
  • 5397 Driving Miles
  • 208 Avg. Daily Miles

$11,995.00

$9,795.00

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Short to moderate walking distances (15 to 30 minutes); likely to include ramps and/or short runs of stairs. May include extended periods of standing or sitting.