Alaska Itineraries

While we are not travel agents, we do live year round in this great state and can make some suggestions about how to put together a variety of rewarding Alaska itineraries.  

Denali and the Kenai Peninsula

Experience Denali National Park in-depth by staying at Camp Denali and pair it with a visit to the Kenai (kee'-nai) Peninsula. Tidewater glaciers and marine wildlife abound in Kenai Fjords National Park, based out of Seward. Get out on the water with Sunny Cove Kayaking or stay at all-inclusive Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge. Kachemak Bay State Park out of Homer is home to self-guided adventures and all-inclusive lodges such as Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge and Tutka Bay Lodge.

By Land and By Sea in Prince William Sound

Begin in Anchorage and join Discovery Voyages aboard for a 12-passenger boat for 2 to 6 nights, intimately experiencing the natural wonders of Prince William Sound. Follow up your boat trip with several days at Camp Denali for an in-depth Denali experience. Or, reverse and start with Denali, followed by Discovery Voyages. If you only have time for a day trip to Whittier on Prince William Sound, Lazy Otter Charters offers half and full-day boat excursions to view glaciers and marine wildlife.

By Land and By Sea in the Inside Passage

Either before or after experiencing the taiga and tundra of the Interior with a stay at Camp Denali, venture to the temperate rainforests of Southeast Alaska aboard a small-boat cruise. Alaska Dream Cruises, Alaska Yacht Charters and UnCruise Adventures offer the opportunity to experience and learn about the rich marine and terrestrial ecosystems of the area, as well as the unique cultural history.

Note: You will need to fly between a city in Southeast Alaska (e.g., Juneau) and either Anchorage or Fairbanks.

Alaska Road Trip

Drive to Denali National Park and stay at Camp Denali. Upon departure, drive the Denali Highway east toward Paxson, then south to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Stay at the Kennicott Glacier Lodge near the historic copper mine in Kennicott, or at another accommodation in the quirky town of nearby McCarthy, located inside the national park.

Arctic Circle and the Far North

Travel in Alaska’s Arctic is always an adventure. Northern Alaska Tour Company is an Alaskan-owned tour operator based in Fairbanks, Alaska. They provide travel and touring experiences in Alaska's Arctic.

For those looking for a wilderness expedition into places where outhouses don’t even exist...

Join a multi-day wilderness river rafting or backpacking trip above the Arctic Circle in the Brooks Range with Arctic Treks. Or design your own custom adventure through the Alaska Interior with Traverse Alaska. Follow up your expedition with some comforts by staying at Camp Denali.