In Dawson City and Fairbanks; College & Harriman Fjords cruise in Prince William Sound, Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Saloon, Sternwheeler Riverboat Discovery III, Chena Indian Village, world-famous Alaska Railroad and Iditarod Visitor Center. Guides:
Alaskan Native guide for sightseeing at the Chena Indian Village; services of a professional Tour Director.
Columbia Glacier in Prince William Sound, Bridal Veil Falls, Worthington Glacier, Thompson Pass, Tok: the “Dog Sled Capital of the World,” Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge, Kluane National Park, Trail of ’98, Five Finger Rapids, Top of the World Highway, Authentic Alaska roadhouse Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Chena River, and Denali National Park & Preserve.
While wildlife in Alaska is often seen, early season (May-early June) and late-season (September) departures offer even greater chances to view wildlife. The US Embassy requires travelers to and from Canada to have a valid US Passport. This tour travels to the Yukon Territory, which is part of Canada. Non-US citizens may need a visa. Alaska and the Yukon are blessed with exquisite scenery, fascinating attractions, and an extraordinary amount of daylight in the summer months. We take advantage of these extended daylight hours in this vast territory; therefore, some of the traveling days can be long. However, rest assured there are frequent photo and comfort stops. Visiting and participating in activities in these locations is subject to favorable weather conditions.Enjoy the spectacular colors of Alaska & the Yukon on our special fall foliage departures: August 8-29 (if Mother Nature permits).
Day boat across Prince William Sound; journey on the Alaska Railroad from Fairbanks to Denali National Park; private, deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach while touring.