Many tours and activities revolve around Alaska's biggest attraction: nature. Alaska offers world-class ocean and freshwater fishing; flightseeing over vast, undeveloped, and rugged landscapes; wildlife and glacier cruises along the coast; hiking, biking, rafting, and kayaking; sightseeing tours to distant and remote locations; and demonstrations of historical traditions and contemporary culture.
Ride the Alaska Railroad, land on a glacier for a dogsled ride, and take a drive into the Arctic on the Dalton Highway, over the Brooks Range, all the way to Prudhoe Bay. Visit a remote Alaskan village to see the Bush lifestyle firsthand. Watch for northern lights. Learn about the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake that devastated Southcentral Alaska. Take a riverboat ride on the Chena River. Travel the only road into Denali National Park, and enjoy sweeping tundra views while watching for bears, caribou, wolves, moose, and Dall sheep. Pan for gold as prospectors did a hundred years ago.
Come explore the Last Frontier. Experience the wilderness. Watch the wildlife.
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Alaska Denali Escapes can arrange Anchorage Alaska day tours and activities including bear viewing and flightseeing.
Denali is all about the landscape, wilderness, and wildlife, and these are the focus of area tours and activities.
Discover Fairbanks history and culture, and venture north to the arctic.
Enjoy day cruises in Kenai Fjords National Park, kayaking, fishing, a visit to the Alaska SeaLife Center, and a Real Alaska Tour and dog sled ride.
Get a close-up view of Denali on a flightseeing tour, and explore the wilderness from one of Talkeetna's three rivers.