- Day trip from Fairbanks to the Arctic Circle, Earth’s northernmost circle of latitude
- Travel on the famous Dalton Highway and spot wildlife along the Yukon River
- Learn about the region’s geology and indigenous Eskimo culture from your guide
- Enjoy free time to walk around, take photos and have lunch
- Take home an official Arctic Circle certificate
- Small-group tour limited to eight people ensures a more personalized experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a rare opportunity get a glance at real Eskimo life and experience the Arctic. You'll even receive your own Arctic Circle certification!
Recent Photos of This Tour
- The DrivePhoto by: Ione E. J
- Lunch at the Arctic CirclePhoto by: Ione E. J
- The Arctic CirclePhoto by: Ione E. J
- The Yukon RiverPhoto by: Ione E. J
- Our Tour GroupPhoto by: Ione E. J
- The Alaskan PipelinePhoto by: Ione E. J
- On the wayPhoto by: Ione E. J
- The Start of the Dalton ...Photo by: Ione E. J
- The scenePhoto by: HANQIANG H
- The truckPhoto by: HANQIANG H
- The pipelinePhoto by: HANQIANG H
What You Can Expect
Speed along Dalton Highway, the same highway that appears in the TV show Ice Road Trucker, and when you traverse the Yukon River, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife. You’ll also set eyes on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS), one of the world’s largest pipeline systems that carries oil hundreds of miles across Alaska.
Arrive at the Arctic Circle, where most of the region is always blanketed with ice. Hear more about this major circle of latitude that is one of five making up the map of Earth. The sun never rises here in the winter, and in the summer, sunlight around the clock melts the icy waters.
Spend about an hour at the Arctic Circle. Take memorable shots of this special place and settle in for lunch in this remote landscape. Your guide provides facts about the local geology, as well as the indigenous Eskimo culture with roots in the region for thousands of years.
With an official Arctic Circle certificate and plenty of photos as souvenirs of this unique day, board your van for transport back to Fairbanks.
This tour was amazing!
Wonderful trip, knowledgable guide! It was a long day but we thoroughly enjoyed it.
It is about a 4 hour ride from Fairbanks mainly due to poor road conditions. We had a great tour guide who provided a lot of information and kept things interesting. We only did this trip to take a look at the Pipeline, enjoy the wilderness and to be part of the select few who actually venture inside the Arctic Circle.
We had a great day Art was very informative about the area, he was full of good conversation and while the trip was long but it went by very quickly. The small group was awesome. We loved it. Snacks for the trip and a lovely stew for lunch. And they picked us up from our BnB.
Christine and Simon from NZ
It was a very good trip, especially with Dave the van driver, he is very knowledgeable, has a lot of information which makes me occupied all the journey. Also the food was delicious.
Shiam K Papua New Guinea
The trip started fairly early in the morning.. we were just a small group of 4 and we had very personal attention from our Tour guide and driver David. We were very well looked after. We had enough food to eat and lunch was very special... a treat in the woods... I would certainly recommend this trip .. a must see destination..
Dave was a great guide! Shared great stories with us throughout the trip and went out of his way to make sure that we're happy and comfortable. Will recommend him to anyone keen on this tour!
It was a nice trip. The guide/driver was nice. Upon departure, he introduced us all aspects of the city of Fairbanks and Alaska, history, etc. The scenery was really beautiful. Definitely worth it. The only minor problem is that there was no regular restroom during the trip.
Our tour guide was David S. He was the best! David was very careful on the road and we felt safe. I appreciated that because it can be a dangerous road. We made stops along the way and he let us take pictures and walk around. Every stop was an adventure of it own. No matter what the situation David made the best of everything. He shared many interesting stories and we learned a lot about Alaska. He related well with everyone in our group. My daughter who is 24 also enjoyed this tour very much. David has a special way of relating to everyone. On the way back he even pointed out the starting of the Auroa's and let us have time to enjoy them a bit. We are thankful David was our guide and that he helped make this an enjoyable and memorable experience.