Explore the Kenai peninsula; quintessential Alaska
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Venture through Seward, an alluring little town that houses The Alaska SeaLife Centre. Explore the Kenai Peninsula attractions or travel through the the waters of the beautiful Resurrection Bay aboard a boat.
Teach Your Kids Ranger Skills in Kenai Fjords National Park!
Sail past the glaciers in Kenai Fjords National Park in Seward, and meet a real-life Ranger who will enthral you stories of the wildlife of the region. Fun for the whole family: while mom and dad soak in the natural beauty of the region, let the rangers keep the kids engaged with wildlife activities and nature games. At the end of it, kids walk away with Junior Ranger Badge!
Marvellous Views Of Whales In The Blue Alaskan Waters
Witness the marvellous yet massive whales that journey their way through the depths of the blue Alaskan waters. An experience that will remain with you always, witness these immense creatures roam freely in their natural habitat.
Hiking through the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park
Housing enchanting restored buildings, the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is the ideal location for hikers as you trail through the Chilkoot Trail. Visit the on site museum and the visitors centre.
Spencer Glacier and lake: rafting for the family.
Hop on board a Glacier Discovery Train from Anchorage to Spencer Whistle Stop. Enjoy a boat ride with the family on Spencer Lake, past Spencer Glacier and down Placer River. Soak in the immense beauty of the Chugach National Park and mountain range, as you learn about the wildlife in the area.
Learn about bears in the wild on a bear tour
Take the family on a carefully-conducted and perfectly safe Bear Tour. See Grizzlies from a safe distance as they fish and go about their lives in the pristine Brooks Falls' area.
Kayak The South Alaska Seas
Take the whole family out kayaking the pristine waters of the South Alaska seas. Bond with the kids over the natural beauty of the environment, with a valuable lesson on the importance of conserving the unspoiled nature of Alaska.
Cuddle a husky puppy at the Husky Homestead
Visit the Husky Homestead in Denali. Cuddle a puppy upon arrival and learn how a championship dog-sledding team is trained and created. Check out actual racing sleds and the authentic survival equipment that is needed to race over 1000 miles of Alaska's rugged landscape.
Iceberg vistas: The Mendenhall Glacier
Mendenhall Glacier grants breathtaking views as it gushes down from the Juneau Icefield and falls into a small lake. Enjoy river rafting and kayaking, as you float amidst the icebergs and hike through trails that venture along the shore, leading to the Nugget Falls.
Driving The Alaskan Highways
Travel through the Alaskan Highway that stretches from the Dawson Creek in British Columbia, through the Yukon Territory, to Fairbanks in the centre of Alaska. Passing through Whitehorse, Canada and ending in Fairbanks, this region grants scenic views of white snow glazed mountains and serene forests on either sides.
Spectacular Glaciers and Waterfalls: The Tongas National Forest
Visit the Tongas National Forest and its Fjord edged with spectacular glaciers. Sight marvellous waterfalls tumble down sharp rock walls, forming small icebergs. Witness the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Spot the brown bear and moose, whales and seals if you get lucky.
Unravelling The Historical And Cultural Importance Of Ancient Alaska
Check out the historic Ketchikan boardwalk for a glimpse of how Alaska used to be. Also, boasting over a million historical artefacts and natural history pieces, the University of Alaska Museum of the North, is a must see for all those tourists looking to learn about the culture of Alaska. Access the permanent collection of ethnological items, a fine arts collection, ancient archaeological finds and palaeontology specimens.
Sail The iconic Inside Passage
Board a private yatch, charter boat, or a cruise and view the most alluring sights of the Inside Passage. Halt at the Haines, Skagway or Hyder and witness the incredible scenery composed by glaciers, mountains and the blue ocean that defines sheer beauty.
Winter Trailing Through The Iditarod National Historic Trail
Enjoy your time winter trailing, through The Iditarod National Historic Trail that stretches between Nome and Seward. Participate in The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and witness the Alaskan sport, first hand.
Hiking in St. Elias Park
The most magnificent of Alaska’s national parks, The Wrangell- St. Elias Park, boasts grandiose mountains adorned with numerous glaciers, lakes and mountain streams. Ideal for climbers, walkers and waters sports lovers. Board a plane or helicopter and fly over the mighty glaciers, mountains and crevasses.
Wildlife adventures at Denali National Park
Home to North America’s highest mountain, Mount McKinley, Denali National Park is a region studded with wide river valleys, tundra, beautiful alpine regions and beautiful mountains covered with glaciers.An experience of a life time, as you witness grizzly bears, wolves, reindeer and elk.