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Förankring Allround City Tour med smak av Wild Rökt lax och renkorv

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Anchorage, USA
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Låt en insider leda vägen runt Anchorage på denna halvdagstur i staden, med stopp vid måste-se-attraktioner som Ship Creek och Alaska Wild Berry Products. Få en djupare förståelse för den lokala kulturen när du lär dig historien och folklore bakom viktiga Anchorage-attraktioner på denna gemensamma promenad- och körtur i staden.
  • Guidad halvdagstur i Anchorage
  • Perfekt överblick över staden för första gången besökare
  • Guidade rundturer ger insider kommentarer om måste-se fläckar
  • Se toppattraktioner, inklusive Ship Creek och Earthquake Park
  • Rundra samlingen av indiansk Alaskan konst på Alaska Native Medical Center
  • Se stadens silhuett och bortom Mt. Denali på Point Woronzof
Möt din guide på Sheraton Hotel innan du startar morgonen. Lär dig om Alaskas rika kulturarv från din guide när du tar dig till ditt första stopp vid Ship Creek, där du kan se lax springa uppströms under stora delar av året.

Gå förbi viktiga landmärken i Anchorage som Earthquake Park och Lake Hood på väg till ditt nästa stopp, Alaska Wild Berry Products. Titta på ett 20 fot högt (6 meter) choklad vattenfall som trumlar mot marken innan du går till en av de största samlingarna av Alaska Native konst vid Alaska Native Medical Center där du kan handla i presentbutiken för att stödja lokala välgörenhetsinitiativ.

Fortsätt därefter till Alaska korv och skaldjur, där du kan prova norra delikatesser som rökt lax och renkorv. De kan packa det för att resa om du vill köpa några att ta med hem.

Fortsätt sedan till ULU-fabriken, där du kan titta på traditionella knivar som görs och lära dig att använda en ULU-kniv och skärskål. Slutligen avslutar du din tur vid utsiktspunktet Point Woronzof, där du kan se stadens silhuett, Cook Inlet och den glaciärbelagda toppen av Mt. Denali.

Gå tillbaka till ditt hotell eller någon annan specifik plats i centrala Anchorage i slutet av din turné.
Resplan
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Ship Creek
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Earthquake Park
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Point Woronzof
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Alaska Wild Berry Products
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Alaska's Finest Tours & Cruises - Tours
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The Ulu Factory
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Alaska Native Medical Center Craft Shop
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Recensioner

3,5
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star-5
En stor rundtur i Alaska
Kathy_P
, feb 2020
Detta var en utmärkt turné! Mycket informativt och Ben var så kunnig att dela historia i Alaska och visar oss fantastiska webbplatser! Skulle definitivt rekommendera!
star-2
Below Expectations
Safari493663
, okt 2019
The tour seems more like - souvenir purchasing tour ULU Factory - 3 minutes explanation then ready for your purchase Alaska Wild Berry Products Factory - you are in your own - is a store to purchase souvenir's Not a lot of info about Alaska's history and culture The best part is the collections of Alaska Native art at the Alaska Native Medical Center - recommended - but the first stop was at the gift shop before they close it.
icon Svar från värd , okt 2019
I am sorry to see that we did not meet your expectation while taking our tour. I take pride that our tour offers opportunity to stop at the most highly sought out of the way stops while highlighting Alaska Native culture and history. I really thought we hit it out of the park when you said you were from Jamaica and loved the cultural tour while getting out and giving a $20.00 tip. Let me recap what I provided that day and if you can call me to let me know how I can improve the tour. We visited the ULU Factory where they gave a narrative on the history and origins behind the ULU knife used by Natives to cut up whale blubber and fish. We then went to the earthquake exhibits where I gave a narrative on the devastation of the world’s second largest earthquake. You were then given time to review the earthquake murals. I then took you down Main Street pointing out bronze statues of Balto the dog credit for running serum to Nome for the diphtheria outbreak and the bronze statue of an Aleut in honor of their service for holding Japanese from reaching Anchorage. I also pointed out several great spots to eat as well as the visitor’s center that shows three free movies on the earthquake, wildlife and glaciers. We talked about how Anchorage started out and became known as "tent city". We went further to talk about the pipeline and Anchorage once again becoming "tent city" to house the people building the pipeline. We talked about the Permanent Fund Dividend. I showed you the underground house, Earthquake Park and a skyline view of Anchorage and where Denali could be seen on a clear day. After we looked for a moose, went to Lake Hood to watch a plane take off from the busiest float plane lake. You were treated to a visit at Alaska Sausage and Seafood where they brought out four types of smoked salmon, halibut, lox and salmon strips. They also brought out reindeer sausage, reindeer salami and hunter sticks. We went to Wildberry products to see the largest chocolate waterfall in the world. On our way to the Alaska Native Hospital we talked about the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and the fact that it was the largest land claims settlement totaling 1 billion dollars and 44 million acres of land. We later talked about the Indian Self Determination Act. An act that was the direct result of the Alaska Native Hospital being born. Later you were taken directly to the Native gift shop where you had the opportunity to purchase Native art by a local volunteer who greeted you and gave you complimentary pictures of the display of art and spent a great deal of time talking to you about Native history and why the gift shop was established. She also let you know that they only mark up the Native art by 20 percent as opposed to downtown which is marked up by 150 percent. It is to keep the culture alive and thriving. All of the above is explained in the narrative on our website as well as third party vendors. I take pride in being Alaska Native owned and showing you a cultural experience which none of the other tours have yet to offer. Reviews are designed to improve a tour and so I ask that you please let me know how I can put more into this 3 hour tour so that I can meet or exceed others expectations.
star-5
Nice tour with Alaskan History
flammjd
, sep 2019
I really enjoyed learning about the history of the native people and how they work together to protect their land and rights. The local arts are amazing. The display or Native Art at the Hospital is great. Tour guides were knowledgable and willing to answer our questions.
star-2
Worst tour of our trip
Glen W
, sep 2019
Just unhappy with the tour. The guide took us to some interesting places which we then revisited with other tour companies who did a much better tour.
icon Svar från värd , sep 2019
Thank you for your review. It does not make sense that you were taken to interesting places but then you went on another tour and the company did a better job. Please the reviews are designed to give constructive feedback and make the company better without an idea of how to make things better does not help. Here is what you got on our tour and is included in our description of the tour. We went to the ULU Factory, Earthquake Park, a scenic overlook to get a stunning picture of the skyline of Anchorage, Lake Hood to see the busiest float plane lake in the world, Alaska Wildberry Products to see the largest chocolate waterfall and then on to the Alaska Native Hospital to see the largest private collection of Native art. Your got to taste four types of smoked salmon, halibut and reindeer sausage. During the trip you learned about the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, the Indian Self-Determination Act, about a Senator who won a write in campaign which made history. You also learned about the pipeline, the gold rush and you learned about the 1964 Earthquake with murals and displays showing the devastation which cost 1 million a month for 12 months to repair. This was an action packed tour which I am so sorry you found not to be interesting. Most get off the tour and say it was educational. The tour was a three hour tour. On your next review please let us know what more we could have done to improve our tour.
star-5
Great City Tour
Charlene H
, jul 2019
We enjoyed this tour. Several stops around the city, combined with a lively narrative from our driver, Tyler, made this a rather enjoyable tour. It was nice to get a local's perspective, combined with history.
star-5
Vacation
kabirrobin
, jul 2019
Our guide was very experienced about Anchorage city tour. He was born there so knows all over the place very well.
star-3
Interesting
Sheryl S
, jul 2019
Good tour but if you are unfamiliar with Anchorage (and this is certainly not Viator's fault), it is kind of hard to get to their pickup site!
star-1
Needed Information About Anchorage
bhaag1
, jul 2018
The pickup was fine and on time but then we got to hear all of the guides personal information and not much about Anchorage. I wish the guides would learn that we really don't care about all of their family problems, issues and concerns. We really just want to know about what we are seeing, the history and the background of the city we are visiting. Isn't that what we pay for?? She was a substitute guide and reminded us several times that she didn't really know or remember much about this tour. Ugh. Very disappointing to say the least. I hope the owner reads this and makes sure we are getting our money's worth.
star-5
Our first time in Anchorage so the 4 of...
Donna W
, sep 2017
Our first time in Anchorage so the 4 of us thought a tour was a good idea. Ben picked us up at our hotel and took us on a very informative tour. We were very pleased with all the places Ben took us. I got a ton of pictures. Great tour, would recommend.
star-3
The tour is ok considering there is not...
Sandra V
, jul 2017
The tour is ok considering there is not much to see in Anchorage

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