Photograph The Scenery & Stroll Through History

Immerse yourself in Alaskan scenery on this 11-day tour from Anchorage through to Whitehorse. Your wildlife adventures begins with a Prince William Sound Tour. After stepping aboard the Alaska Railroad you'll enter the heart of Denali National Park on a Tundra Wilderness Tour. Step back in time on the Riverboat Discovery in Fairbanks as you learn about Native Alaskans, before heading along the world renowned “Top of the World” Highway to historic Dawson City. Colourful buildings and wooden boardwalks take you back to life in the 1800s during the Klondike Gold Rush. 

 

Tour Inclusions:

Accommodation in clean and comfortable hotels with private facilities, meals as indicated (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner), Prince William Sound Cruise including coach transfers, Alaska Railroad: Anchorage/Denali, Denali/Fairbanks, Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour, Riverboat Discovery Cruise, Alpenglow Alaska Shuttle Service: Fairbanks/Dawson City, Dawson City/Whitehorse.

PRICES
Land arrangements
including twin share
$3,900
Day
1

Anchorage

Full day at leisure in the largest city of Alaska. Attractions include the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Ship Creek and weekend markets. Clarion Suites (2 nights)

Meals included: Breakfast
Day
2

Prince William Sound Cruise

Depart Anchorage by coach for a day tour to Whittier, where you can enjoy a Prince William Sound Cruise. There is spectacular glacier viewing through areas such as College and Harriman Fjords and narrated presentation on the abundant marine life. There are countless opportunities for photography before returning to Anchorage.

Meals included: Breakfast
Day
3

Anchorage to Denali

Departure on Alaska Railroad service to Denali National Park. The carriages have large panorama windows and there is an upstairs glass dome for viewing. Reasonably priced meals are served in the dining car. Highlights of the journey include views of Broad Pass and Hurricane Gulch. Denali Park Village (2 nights)

Meals included: Breakfast
Day
4

Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour

This eight hour tour takes you approximately 80km into the heart of Denali National Park. You will pass beautiful scenery, such as Sanctuary River, Teklanika and Polychrome Pass. Wildlife such as bear, moose, caribou and wolves may be spotted during the course of the tour. Access into the park is restricted in order to protect the wildlife and surrounding environment.

Day
5

Denali to Fairbanks

Afternoon departure on Alaska Railroad to Fairbanks. Bridgewater Hotel (2 nights)

Day
6

Riverboat Discovery

Board the Riverboat Discovery for a cruise down the lovely Chena River. This tour includes a visit to a recreated Chena Indian Village and demonstration of dog sledding.

Day
7

Fairbanks to Dawson City

In the morning you will be collected from your hotel by a representative of the Alaska Shuttle service. You will head north and travel along the Top of the World Highway to Dawson City. There are scheduled rest stops at the Delta Junction Visitor Center, Tok, Chicken and the Canadian Border. Eldorado Hotel (2 nights)

Day
8

Dawson City

Time at leisure. The town of Dawson City became famous during the Klondike Gold Rush late last century and has been declared a national historic site. There are many classified properties such as the homes of Jack London, Robert Service and Pierre Berton. Another attraction is the Discovery Claim, home to the richest placer gold strike in history.

Day
9

Dawson City

Day at leisure

Day
10

Dawson City to Whitehorse

Board the shuttle and travel south along the Klondike Highway through ranchlands, vast lakes and beautiful expanses of the Yukon River Valley to Whitehorse. Westmark Whitehorse (1 night)

Day
11

Depart Whitehorse

Tour Notes & Options

Prices based on twin share accommodation, please contact us for single pricing.

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