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Get out of the city and deeper into the Alaskan wilderness than is typical on a sightseeing tour. This small-group tour takes you to Chugach National Forest, Beluga Point, Portage Glacier, and more to spot brown bears, wolves, bison, and belugas. Enjoy live commentary and learn about the unique landscapes of Alaska from your expert guide.
Don't miss the chance to see the aurora borealis, aka Northern Lights, on this nighttime tour from Anchorage. You'll be taken to a prime location, with a warm shelter, for viewing and taking pictures of the natural phenomenon as it appears in the Alaska sky.
Discover the beautiful scenery of North Anchorage during this 90-minute helicopter and dogsled tour. Soar over the Church Range and Knik Glacier in a helicopter as you make your way to the Troublesome Glacier. Here, a team of 40 sled dogs is waiting to transport you across the glacier for a true Alaskan experience. Keep an eye out for native animals such as moose and mountain goats throughout your tour.
Lake Clark National Park, with its immense rain forest, tundra, and volcanoes, is accessible only by boat or air taxi. With this tour, take a plane ride from Anchorage directly to the park’s best places to see bears. Land near the bears and spend several hours safely observing them. Then, hike through the wilderness for a picnic lunch on a secluded beach.
The 60 minute Tour departs from our Chugach Adventure Base and takes you over the Knik River & Glacier through the Great Gorge towards Whiteout Glacier, Colony Glacier and Lake George. We almost always see moose, mountain goats, bands of Dall sheep and often times bears.
Sunrise Tour: This tour along with our Sunset Tour, is our most popular Wildlife and City Tour. Depending on the time of year, we see moose, sheep, whale, goats, wolves, bear and more. While animals are never guaranteed, it is your best chance to see wildlife in Anchorage and the time of day ensures the best possible views of our city. This tour is the same price for a private or group tour. First come first serve.
Experience Alaska in the twilight of winter on a tour that squeezes in all of the highlights surrounding Anchorage. Visiting Alaska in the winter is a magical opportunity ideal for travelers who want to avoid the summer crowds. However, winter conditions and limited daylight can make it tough to sightsee. Luckily, with this tour, you don’t have to worry about logistics or conditions and can focus on enjoying the sights.
Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center on a self-guided tour from Anchorage via the Turnagain Arm shuttle. This tour is designed for the independent traveler, as there is no guide or tour group; you'll hop on the shuttle in Anchorage and enjoy the drive along one of Alaska's most scenic highways, making stops at Beluga Point, Turnagain Art Gallery, and Portage Glacier Lodge, where you can hop off, if you wish. When you're ready to go back to Anchorage, hop on any return shuttle.
t the 140-acre Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, jaws drop in awe-even those of longtime Alaskans. AWCC’s mission is to provide refuge for orphaned, injured and ill animals-those that can’t survive in the wild. The center also educates visitors about Alaska’s Wildlife.
Amateur photographers have the opportunity to take award winning photographs of animals displayed in their natural surroundings.
This tour is for naturalists and lovers of waterfalls. Barbara Falls is hands-down the best waterfall in the Chugach State Park. Experience incredible diversity among the vegetation in a deep, glacially carved, boreal forest. This is a great way to spend a brief moment in the wild, and have the rest of your day to spend in Anchorage! See "What to Expect" for a detailed itinerary.
Travel the Seward Highway without the hassle of renting a car and driving. This small-group tour takes you to most scenic spots along Turnagain Arm, over mountain passes, and past jagged peaks, forests, crystal-clear lakes, and the Pacific Ocean.
Portage Glacier is one of Alaska’s most accessible glaciers and is easily visited on a day trip from Anchorage. With this tour, you’ll enjoy the freedom to explore Portage Glacier at your own pace while also enjoying convenient round-trip transportation from Anchorage and a boat cruise to the face of the glacier. Hike the Trail of Blue Ice, explore the valley by bicycle, or relax at the lodge before hopping back on the shuttle to return to Anchorage at a time of your choosing.
Walk on an Alaskan glacier on this day trip from Anchorage to the Matanuska Glacier. With an instructional guide and provided mountaineering equipment (crampons and a pole), you'll 'walk on water' as you hike across the ice. Check out physical features such as seracs, crevasses, and ice formations, and enjoy a view of an ice fall.
Embark on an adventure by walking across the ice of Matanuska Glacier, Alaska's largest glacier. This private guided tour, exclusive to your party, offers the flexibility of being able to customize your experience according to your own preferences and avoids the hassle of waiting around for other members of a group.
Head outside the city for a look at the Alaskan countryside on this tour from Anchorage. As you travel along the Glenn Highway National Scenic Byway, you'll learn about the pioneer history and prehistoric wildlife of the region.
Enjoy a scenic helicopter ride of approximately 25 minutes as we take you over the mountains to Willow. We land right next to the dog kennel where our musher / guide will be waiting to welcome you to the dogsled capital of Alaska. The Willow area has an extensive trail system, offering scenic evergreen forests with views of the Alaska Range and Denali, the highest mountain on the continent. After a short introduction at the campfire you’ll be outfitted with cold weather gear while the dogs are being harnessed. Lots of excitement as they all want to be picked to run, but once you depart silence returns as you glide through the winter wonderland.During the approximately 1.5 hour tour you’ll have the option to ‘mush’ your own dog team by standing on the runners.
Embark on a 12-mile bike ride through Chugach State Park during this half-day small-group tour from Anchorage. Take in the beautiful views of the Alaskan scenery and keep an eye out for native wildlife such as moose, bald eagles, and bears. Learn about the natural history of the Chugach Mountains from your guide and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch before descending the mountain to end your tour.
This is the quintessential Alaska hiking experience. We'll take you up-up-up until we reach ridgeline and the best views you could ask for. Towering, 360 degree views of immaculate Alpine scenery. We'll explore the tundra, taking time to touch, taste, and feel the life that exists from above. If you are a fit hiker, and want a challenge along with everything you've read, you should pick this hike. Be sure to check out the pictures, and look at the tab "What To Expect" for a more detailed explanation of the itinerary.
Soar over Alaska’s rugged peaks and pristine glaciers on a sightseeing flight that departs Girdwood to explore one of the most glaciated regions in North America. Ideal for photographers and nature enthusiasts, the aerial view displays Alaska’s vast landscapes in a way you can’t see on any other tour. Plus, the expansive views increase the chances of spotting wildlife in its natural habitat—from a safe distance.
This is a great option for those interested in a moderate hiking option. This hike is located in a deep, glacially carved valley with a Boreal Forest setting, offering opportunity to see different types of lichen, trees, and wildlife. All around, fantastic hike! See "What To Expect Tab" for a more detailed itinerary.
Experience the Chugach State Park without the hassle of following a trail map with this guided hike to the spectacular Barbara Falls waterfall, particularly picturesque in winter. Follow your guide through a forest of giant spruces, paper birches, and aspens across the South Fork Eagle River on a scenic 3-mile (5-kilometer) loop made easy with trekking poles, microspikes, or snowshoes—with plenty of stops for photos along the way.
Gondwana Ecotours has hosted thousands of happy travelers since 2013 - we show you your destination in a unique, exciting and responsible fashion. We are committed to providing sustainable travel — maintaining an environmental and cultural focus while providing the vacation of a lifetime!
This small group tour with expert local guides and unique accommodations is not something you can get with other companies, and it would take lots of planning to execute this yourself. We reserve spots in the park years ahead of time, and we charter flights and other exciting unique activities so you have the summer Alaskan adventure you have always dreamed of. Full of outdoor adventure, incredible wildlife viewing and landscapes and plenty of chances for cultural exchange, this is the epic Alaska you always hear about.
❖Paddle by kayak around icebergs and up close to the blue face of Spencer Glacier
❖Enjoy two Alaska Railroad Trains: The Coastal Classic & the Glacier Discovery Train, traveling thru the most scenic Grandview & Tunnels section of the AK Railroad.
❖Guaranteed Wildlife at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
Enjoy a 25 minute scenic helicopter tour as the helicopter zips you over the mountains to our winter base in Willow. Your snowmobile (up here we call it ‘snowmachine’ or ‘snowgo’) is ready to go. The trail leaves right from the base at our dog kennel into the extensive wooded trail system and you’ll be gone for about 1.5 hours. We'll outfit you with cold weather gear so you’ll be able to enjoy the ride in comfort. Each driver has their own machine, or if you prefer you can ride shotgun with your team mate or swap places halfway through the tour as there are plenty of stops for pictures along the trail. Upon return to our base, shed some layers and hop back in the helicopter for a beautiful ride back to the big city. All gear and equipment provided, including insulated coveralls and boots. We do recommend you bring layered clothing, a hat, winter gloves, a neck gaiter for your comfort and of course sunglasses for those bright winter days!