• Anchorage Historic Walking TourAnchorage tours and activities are as varied as the summer day is long. From here, you can explore the great outdoors while also enjoying the luxuries and culture of an urban center.

    Given Anchorage's status as the largest city in Alaska and its proximity to Chugach State Park, Chugach National Forest, the Mat-Su Valley, and the Kenai Peninsula, it boasts a wider-than-usual variety of available day tours and activities.

    There are the urban Anchorage attractions and activities:

    • Anchorage Market and Festival
    • Alaska Native Heritage Center
    • Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
    • Anchorage City Tour, with Lunch or Dinner
    • Historic Walking Tour

    to name just a few.

    And, of course, with the wilderness just steps away, there are also Anchorage adventure activities:

    • Kenai River Sportfishing
    • Fly-in fly fishing
    • Bear viewing
    • Flightseeing
    • Portage Glacier cruise
    • Helicopter flightseeing, glacier landing, dog sledding

    With Anchorage day tours you can experience Alaska's urban culture, Native culture, and history, as well as its wild nature, vast dramatic landscapes, glaciers, and wildlife. It's a good thing summer days are long: You'll need all the daylight hours you can get to see and do everything.

  • Explore glaciers and rugged mountains; search for wildlife; and try dog sledding on a glacier, all from Anchorage.

    See bears up close, fishing, eating, roaming, and resting in their natural habitat.

    Fly to the scenic, clear water of Lake creek for world-class salmon and trout fishing.

    10
    Hours
    $595

    Visit the historic Crow Creek Mine and dig for gold.

    5
    hours
    $175
    per person

    Visit Matanuska Glacier and take a guided glacier hike. Beginners welcome.

    8
    hours
    $269
    per person