7 days from Vancouver Departs Wednesdays. This vacation begins with a cruise of the Inside Passage visiting Juneau and Skagway. Then on to Denali National Park. This is vacation for those who want it all in only 7 days.
This is the perfect vacation for guests who wish to have more time to explore In Denali National Park. This vacation features luxury dome rail travel and all the sightseeing options one may wish to take. The vacation also includes a stop in Talkeetna
This vacation is for those adventurers that want to visit the best of the Inside Passage without having to leave when the cruise ship departs. The vacation allows guests to tour in Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka and still have free time for personal exploration of these cities.
This vacation features the rental of a motorhome and suggested overnight space rentals. For those who want the freedom of a motorhome but still want their overnight stays booked for them.
Nome Day Excursion
Today you will travel by jet, to the fabled city of Nome made famous by gold and now the finish line for the “Last Grit Race. Your tour includes Nome history, legend and Eskimo culture. Pan for gold, watch a dog team in action and visit an Eskimo family to learn about the subsistence way of life.
Scenic City Tour – Anchorage
A lovely city tour highlighted by stunning city views from atop the Chugach Mountains!
Flightseeing – Discover Denali National Park
One of the most popular tours; Denali in a day. Tour North America’s tallest peak on this one-day flightseeing adventure from Anchorage.
Heritage City Tour – Anchorage
This tour focuses on the rich heritage of Anchorage and Alaska. Visits to Earthquake Park, Lake Hood Seaplane base and the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
Flightseeing – Denali Glacier Landing
Land at the 6,000 foot elevation on a glacier deep inside Denali National Park.
Talkeetna Day Tour by Rail
The town of Talkeetna is one of the best keep secrets in Alaska. Charming and full of high-adventure for every taste, this package offers Jet boating on a wild Alaska river and the Alaska Railroad to and from this village.