Explore Kenai Fjords National Park without the crowds. We keep our tours to a maximum of 6 guests per tour so you always get the VIP treatment. Our small boat tours are a fun and exciting way to get out into the wild, without the hundreds of other people elbow to elbow with you. We offer heated cabins with inside seating, and enclosed marine heads (restrooms) on all our tours. On this tour you will cruise with us deep into Kenai Fjords National Park on one of our fast, safe, and comfortable 6 passenger vessels. You will experience calving tidewater glaciers, majestic fjords, whales, and tons of other Alaskan wildlife on this full day adventure. Summer in Alaska is whale season and the waters around Seward are a great place to find whales as well as other wildlife. Humpbacks are a very regular sighting. We also see Killer Whales (Orca) on occasion. No two trips are ever the same as the captain will customize every trip based on wildlife activity and conditions at the time.
Less than an hour from the city of Fairbanks, Borealis Basecamp is not a destination, it is an experience. Stay overnight in exclusive igloos similar to those utilized by polar expeditions and research stations. Crafted exclusively to maximize Northern Lights viewing and comfort, these domes are intimate retreats in the midst of an Alaska winter. Clear, curved windows stretch 16 feet across each dome roof, allow you to lie in bed and view the dancing northern lights and scenery outdoors without leaving your cozy nest.
Fairbanks Alaska, the Golden Heart City, welcomes you to search for the Aurora Borealis. Three nights in our location provides a greater than 95% chance of seeing the Aurora. Each evening will be spent in search of the Aurora. Enjoy an evening at Chena Hotsprings soaking in the natural geothermal pools and discovering year round Ice Museum. Enjoy an aurora viewing at Borealis Basecamp. And an evening hunting aurora at one of our hand picked locations.
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.
Get up close with Alaskan wildlife on a 2-hour whale watching tour from Sitka. With maximum five passengers on board the 24-foot vessel, you’re guaranteed an intimate and immersive tour experience. After departure from Baranof Island, keep your eyes peeled for Humpback, Minke, and Gray whales. Keep your camera and binoculars ready, as you may also encounter otters, sea lions, and a variety of birds.
Explore Southeast Alaska’s Inside Passage while steering your own 14-foot zodiac boat on this shore excursion. After a safety briefing, follow an expert guide into inlets and estuaries and watch for wildlife including whales, seals and sea lions. While out on open water, you might even pass one of the crabbing vessels featured on the Discovery Channel’s 'Deadliest Catch!' Port transport is included on this 2.5-hour outing.
Busy travelers with only one day to spare can see the best of the Alaskan wilderness on a tour that combines a scenic train ride, river float, glacial lake paddle, and a visit to a wildlife conservation center. From taking photos with icebergs to seeing bears at the wildlife center, the mix of activities fulfills visitors’ Alaskan adventure dreams.
While your ship is docked in port, get to know Sitka’s historical sites and enjoy wildlife sightings on this 4-hour land and sea combo shore excursion. First, hop aboard a catamaran and watch for whales, otters, porpoises and birds. Then, discover by comfortable van Sitka’s top attractions, like Sitka National Historical Park, Japonski Island and Fortress of the Bear, a habitat for rescued brown bears. Enjoy personalized attention on this small-group experience limited to 12 people.
Visit Alaska’s Arctic in the winter and spend two nights in Coldfoot for the chance to view the northern lights (aurora borealis) at the source. Your 3-day tour begins with a drive from Fairbanks along the legendary Dalton Highway. Along the way, you'll see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and Yukon River, explore the arctic tundra, and cross the Arctic Circle. Coldfoot is located directly under the Aurora Oval, which increases the odds of seeing the northern lights. Includes driver and guide, and two nights of accommodation.
Avoid the disappointment of returning from your Alaska vacation with sub-par photographs. This photo safari, led by a professional photographer, helps you to improve your photography by providing technical and creative tips and tricks as you explore Anchorage's wild surroundings under the summer sunset.
This two-part tour by land and sea offers a close-up look at some of Alaska’s native wildlife. Join local guides for an informative tour that begins with a ride on a 26-foot (8-meter) catamaran. Look for humpback whales, sea otters, eagles, sea lions and marine birds along the way. Then transfer to a touring van to see totem poles, brown bears, and other historical and edicational sites.
Tour Alaska and experience the beautiful Northern Lights, all the exciting activities of Fairbanks and the Borealis Basecamp.☆ 1 nights' stay at Borealis Basecamp with aurora viewing experience (Borealis Basecamp has only 10 rooms! Be the luckiest one-tenth!)☆ Enjoy the Northern Lights right from your room!☆ Wonderful optional activities to choose from: Dog Sledding, Snow Machine Ride, Arctic Circle Drive Tour and more!☆ 4-night hotel package with breakfast
Set out on an epic Alaskan adventure from Fairbanks and drive north all the way to the Arctic Ocean. On this scenic 3-day road trip, journey along the Dalton Highway, past the Yukon River, and through the Brooks Mountain Range. Along the way, stop at the Arctic Circle Trading Post in Joy, visit the historic town of Wiseman and the Prudhoe Bay oil fields, and traverse the Arctic Coastal Plain to reach the Arctic Ocean.
5 day in-depth experience of the majestic Borealis Basecamp in Fairbanks, AK.☆ 4-night hotel package (breakfast included)☆ 2 nights' stays at Borealis Basecamp with aurora viewing experience☆ Enjoy the Northern Lights from the comfort of your own bed☆ Optional Activities: Ice Fishing, Dog Sledding, Snow Machine Ride, Arctic Circle Drive Tour and more
Travel in style and comfort in a Deluxe H2 vehicle while enjoying a private tour of the Tongass National Rainforest and Revillagigedo Island. Explore multiple venues with your private group with the ability to customize as desired.• Bear viewing at Herring Cove and coastal wildlife viewing across the island• Ketchikan city tour - visit historic sites and a variety of cultural attractions• Totem parks- view a vast collection of authentic & rare hand carved totem poles• Nature trails - rainforest and beach walks; hiking for all levels.• Dining, shopping, photography...and whatever else you desire!
Explore Resurrection Bay without the Crowds. We keep our tours to a maximum of 6 guests per tour so you always get the VIP treatment. Our small boats tours are a fun and exciting way to get out into the wild without hundreds of other people elbow to elbow with you. We offer heated cabins with inside seating, and enclosed marine heads (restrooms) on all our tours. Summer in Alaska is whale season and the waters around Seward are a great place to find whales as well as other wildlife. Humpbacks are a very regular sighting. We also see Killer Whales (Orca) on occasion. No two trips are ever the same as the captain will customize every trip based on wildlife activity and conditions at the time.
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.
Enjoy a guided journey by ground and air into Alaska's Arctic and reach the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Learn of the natural and cultural history of Alaska's Arctic as you ground tour north the full length of the Dalton Highway. Experience the rugged wilderness of Alaska's Arctic, Cross the Brooks Mountain Range and visit the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
This really is one of the most amazing experiences that you can possibly be a part of.From Whale watching and Bear sightings to Fishing and Crabbing.But the most amazing part is that you will feel like you are submerged in Alaska when you are whisking on the water on 2019 Hobie Tandem Islands.Historical information and sightseeing is just a small part of the tour.This is a 2 day slice of heaven.If you want to do more than 2 days then please contact me.
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! We offer small group tours, unique accommodations and off-the-beaten-path itineraries including custom experiences like a curling lesson and organic family farm visit. We have an Aurora guide who stays up and provides personal wake up calls when the lights appear, and will be on hand to assist with photography and anything else you need. Our friendly expert guides are long time locals, and will give you an unforgettable cultural experience. This tour is jam packed with fun activities to give you the quintessential Alaskan winter adventure!
Explore the wilderness of Alaska on this 12-Day adventure camping trip in a converted school bus. The trip gives you the opportunity to enjoy Alaska's wilderness at its best: • See grizzly bears in Denali National Park, hike the wild and see Mount Denali on a clear day. • Canoe down Maclaren River and sleep out in our wilderness camp. • See the biggest National Park in North America: Wrangell St. Elias where you have the option to go ice climbing! • Enjoy the coast line of Alaska in Valdez and go on an optional kayaking trip around ice bergs.
This tour fills up typically by the end of January. Come and join Xpedition Arctic's 9-day all-inclusive small-group adventure where you will experience Polar Bears at eye level, stay at one of National Geographic's Top 10 Wilderness Lodges in the World in Denali National Park, flight Seeing at Mt. Denali with a Glacier Landing,and explore unique Alaskan towns. Polar Bears, Grizzly Bears, Black Bears, Moose, Dall Sheep and more. Highlights • See polar bears in the best polar bear viewing area in Alaska • See Mount Denali (formerly Mt. McKinley) • Take a Flight-seeing tour with a Glacier Landing. • Experience Denali National Park unlike most others and stay at one of National Geographic's Top 10 Wilderness Lodges in the world. • Explore Talkeetna; A one-of-a-kind town you can only find in Alaska. • Go hiking, gold mining or fishing in one of Alaska's best spots
Get off the beaten path - literally - on a 5-hour safari through Tongass National Forest. Courtesy round-trip transportation from your Sitka hotel takes you to the lush forest. Hop on your Yamaha Rhino OHV and let the wildlife adventure begin. Animal sightings can include brown bears, blacktail deer, and the American bald eagle. Be sure to also keep your eyes peeled for seals and sea otters on the boat journey to Kruzof Island.