Antarctica & Arctic
Explore the pristine wilderness of Alaska and the Yukon on this adventure.
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21 nights accommodation, 21 days car rental, Alaska Marine Highway ferry and sightseeing as specified.
Daily, 18 May - 25 Aug '20
Experience the majesty of Kluane and Kenai Fjords National parks and take a scenic ferry along the Lynn Canal, a fjord as beautiful and pristine as any in the world. Note: Alaska Marine Highway schedule is subject to change.
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Kluane National Park
Kenai Fjords National Park
Scenic ferry along the Lynn Canal
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Explore the city at your leisure.
A turn-of-the-20th-century gold mining centre, Talkeetna has retained much of its early Alaskan flavour.
Experience the majesty of Denali National Park. Check out the Visitor Centre or the Sled Dog Kennels.
Today's narrated trip explores the Denali Park Road. Search for bear, moose, caribou, Dall sheep and other wildlife. At Denali Backcountry Lodge try panning for Gold. (L)
Take an optional day tour to cross the Arctic Circle or visit Chena Hot Springs Resort to relax in the natural outdoor rock lake.
Soak up the raw beauty of the drive into the central Alaska Range.
Travel through spectacular backcountry and gold mining areas. Arriving in Dawson City you might feel you've just landed in a different century. Visit the Jack London Interpretive Center, Degree #4 or Diamond Tooth Gertie's.
See Day 7 for today's itinerary.
Enjoy the raw beauty of the surrounding landscape. Stop at the Five Finger Rapids to hike down to the shore of the Yukon River.
Today's drive offers spectacular scenery descending from the White Pass to Skagway.
Take a scenic ferry along the Lynn Canal, a fjord as beautiful and pristine as any in the world. Arrive in Haines, located in the Valley of the Eagles. Almost 4000 American bald eagles gather here each autumn.
Pass Klukshu, a native summer fishing camp offering great photo opportunities before arriving at Kluane National Park. The Kluane area covers the largest non-polar icefields in the world.
Take a short hike before driving to Tok, often called the 'Dog Mushing Capital of Alaska'.
Your journey continues with an impressive view of the Wrangell Mountains. Walk along the boardwalk to the toe of the Worthington Glacier. Valdez is a gateway for salmon fishing trips and narrated cruise tours to the magnificent Columbia Glacier.
A free day to enjoy the stunning surrounds of Valdez. We recommend an optional trip to kayak among the ice near the face of a glacier.
Travel to Wasilla, home of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters, and a museum where you can learn about the great race. A number of mushers live in the area and often allow summer tours of their kennels.
Drive south to Seward, perhaps stopping at the Alaska Wildlife conservation Centre which provides care and rehabilitation to injured and orphaned wildlife.
Enjoy a scenic cruise through beautiful fjords and coastal landscapes as you search for whales, sea lions, harbour seals, otters and puffins. One of the highlights will be a visit to a tidewater glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park. (L)
Snow-capped mountains, deep ocean bluffs and magnificent coastline surround you on the drive to Homer.
The 'Halibut fishing capital of the world' is the perfect place to opt for a fishing excursion or perhaps take a bear viewing excursion on your free day.
The journey is almost complete, as you make your way back to Anchorage for your last night.
Return the car to end your adventure.
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4 Days / 3 Nights
Gateway to the spectacular wilderness regions of Alaska, Anchorage is the perfect place to start or end your Alaska trip.
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