Alaska vacations have proven year after year to be one of the most popular base packages. You can choose one of the vacation packages and make dozens of arrangements with just a single call or email. You can find Alaska vacations and Alaska experience you seek. Explore the best of Alaska's top destinations like Denali National Park or Kenai Fjords National Park. Or if an Alaska adventure is what you seek, you can take a guided sea kayaking tour, hike to Exit Glacier or choose a scenic flight over Mt. McKinley and Denali National Park.
Different packages for Alaska vacations feature fine lodges and day cruises owned and operated by Alaska Heritage Tours, part of the CIRI Alaska Tourism Corp. They also partner with other Alaska Native organizations and select Alaskan tour suppliers to offer a complete selection of complementary accommodations, tours and transportation.
One of the most popular packages is a seven-day tour that combines two of Alaska's most visited destinations, Kenai Fjords National Park and Denali National Park with an overnight in the Talkeetna Area (South Denali Park). Travel is done by rail and coach. Travel across Alaska from one coast to the other on an eleven-day tour featuring Kenai Fjords National Park, the Talkeetna Area, Denali National Park, Fairbanks, the Arctic Circle and Prudhoe Bay. This tour begins in Anchorage and ends in Fairbanks. Travel is by rail, coach and air.
Pick up your rental car in Anchorage and enjoy the freedom of Alaska vacations on an eight-day, self-drive tour. Visit many of Alaska's most spectacular road accessible destinations including Denali National Park, Fairbanks, the Talkeetna Area, Girdwood and Kenai Fjords National Park.
Want to go river rafting in Denali or flight-seeing in Talkeetna? Or maybe you'd prefer to hike up to a glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park? There are packages that allow you to travel independently, but provide the security of having fine accommodations and premium tour activities arranged in advance of arrival to Alaska.
Come see Denali National Park from a northern and southern vantage point. A four-day package is great if your time is limited or combined with tours to other parts of the state. See the wild side of Alaska and actively experience Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, Kenai Fjords National Park and Denali National Park by rail, coach and air. Some premium components can be removed for a more economical tour.
A cruise to Alaska has become one of the most popular ways to visit Alaska. Cruises feature glaciers, wildlife, great food, entertainment, interesting ports of call and fascinating tours along way. Experience the frontier towns, sheltered waterways and calving glaciers of the Inside Passage. Sail on along the Gulf of Alaska to explore the rugged south-central coast with its snowcapped giants and majestic rivers of ice. It's a spectacular journey and a week you'll never forget. There are a number of different cruise itineraries in Alaska offered by most of the major cruise lines.
By land or sea or air, Alaska is one of the most scenic destinations to visit!