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Alaska – The Last Frontier

“To the lovers of wilderness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful regions in the world.” It’s one of those places that people visit and wish never to leave. It’s a nature lover’s paradise, an outdoorsman’s oasis, and a photographer’s dream. Escape into the pure, raw, humongous and life changing terrains of America’s great North Star, Alaska, as you experience the wildlife, glaciers, Northern lights, Mount Denali, Alaska Railroad and more.

Glacier Cruise
Glacier Cruise

A visit to Alaska would be incomplete without going on a Glacier cruise and we couldn’t let that happen, right? Travel through the pristine passageways and fjords. It is not uncommon to see orca whales, humpback whales, sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters and a variety of birds when you cross the scenic Esther Passage. Enjoy the panoramic view of all the glaciers, as you cruise through the ice filled waters to Surprise Glacier and Barry Arm located in Harriman Fjord. Read More

Chase The Northern Lights
Chase The Northern Lights

One of the world’s most dazzling natural phenomenon, the Northern Lights, also known as “Aurora Borealis” is one of nature's great displays, a free, multicoloured light show. Created by solar winds, the lights appear as otherworldly streaks of green, pink, yellow and purple dancing across the arctic skies. The best time to see this celestial disco in its full glory is between September to March, as that’s when there is least amount of daylight and also marks the coldest nights with clear skies, which are the ideal conditions for the light show. Read More

Denali National Park
Denali National Park

Located approx. 240 miles north of Anchorage, Denali National Park encompasses more than 6 million acres of breath-taking wilderness! Enjoy awe-inspiring views of Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in North America or take time to spot grizzly, wolf, sheep, caribou, moose roaming free, along with dog sledging at the Denali National Park. Most people only ever get to see a few miles’ worth of Denali National Park. But to get a fuller experience, enjoy the Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour, that will take you up to 60 miles deep into the park, increasing your odds of seeing wildlife and the Great One—Mt. Denali—up close. So get your cameras ready as you may get an overload of nature at its best! Read More

Denali Star – Alaska Railroad
Denali Star – Alaska Railroad

How to get to Denali? Get on board the Alaska Railroad’s flagship train, Denali Star for a quintessential Alaska journey. The train departs from Anchorage, with stops in Wasilla, Talkeetna and Denali National Park. Enjoy sights of the train’s namesake peak: Denali, the tallest mountain in North America. En-route, the train crosses the Knik River with the Chugach Mountains as a backdrop. Just south of Talkeetna, watch for views of Denali rising high above the Susitna River. Read More

Denali Glacier Landing Expedition
Denali Glacier Landing Expedition

What better way to spend the day then by literally stepping into another world. With Denali Glacier Landing Expedition, not only will you get a chance to experience a bird’s eye view of Denali National Park but also get to trek on a remote glacier. Inspect the massive, frozen landscape. Explore icefalls and massive crevasses. Experience the otherworldly blue of glacial ice pools - up close and personal. Experience the magic of these "rivers of ice" as you observe glacial streams and ice pools. If this doesn’t leave you in awe, we don’t know what will. Read More

Arctic Circle Tour
Arctic Circle Tour

A circular land mass encompassing the earth’s farthest north polar regions, the Arctic Circle formally marks the “Land of the Midnight Sun.” Don’t miss the opportunity to cross the Arctic Circle, which lies 66 degrees North of the Equator and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate! This tour is a great addition to your Alaskan Adventure. Read More

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