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Alaska Adventure Tours

If it’s an adventure you’re looking for — look no further than Alaska! Alaska adventures come in all shapes and sizes, and one thing we can guarantee is that Alaska has something for everyone! There are lots of adventurous activities for you to take part in all year round.

Dog sledding-in-AlaskaAlaska has cold, snowy winters which give you the opportunity to see the stunning northern lights and the chance to go dog sledding! Summer activities in Alaska include kayaking, hiking, bear viewing and whale watching.

Read on to find out more about Alaska Adventure Tours!

Kayaking Adventures in Alaska

Kayaking tours through the Alaskan wilderness are enough to take anyone’s breath away. The magical Kenai Fjords National Park offers the opportunity to kayak through some of the most spectacular scenery in Alaska.

The views, the sounds of cracking ice and potential wildlife encounters with orcas, sea lions, harbor seals, puffins, bald eagles, porpoises and more make this an unforgettable part of your Alaskan adventure tour. Navigating the tranquil waters of Kenai Fjords National Park, you’re enveloped by the awe-inspiring presence of towering glaciers. Inhaling the crisp air, the serene ambiance evokes a profound sense of tranquility. With each paddle stroke, you draw nearer to the core of this untamed expanse. Anticipation mounts as you envision encountering a majestic orca breaching or a curious sea lion observing from afar. Each instance within this pristine realm underscores Alaska’s raw beauty and unspoiled wilderness, leaving an indelible imprint on your soul.
Kayaking in Alaska

Bear Viewing Tours

One of the highlights of Alaska in the summer is when grizzly bears gather in rivers to feed on salmon as the fish make their way upstream to spawn.

Katmai National Park houses Brooks Lodge, the well-known bear viewing site. You can spend hours watching the bears feed, play, and interact at Brooks Falls. Bears can also be found on beaches, such as those in Chinitna Bay in Lake Clark National Park where they dig in the sand for food such as clams.

We operate a 9-day Alaskan adventure tour called the Glaciers & Grizzlies Adventure which visits Lake Clark and or Katmai National Park depending on the weather and recent bear activity! If you’re seeking an unforgettable Alaskan wildlife experience, our Glaciers & Grizzlies Adventure tour is tailored to fulfill your dreams. This 9-day expedition not only takes you to the renowned bear viewing sites of Katmai National Park and Lake Clark but also offers the chance to witness spectacular glaciers up close. Embark on daily excursions led by experienced guides who will ensure you witness grizzlies in their natural habitat, marvel at the breathtaking landscapes, and learn about the rich biodiversity of Alaska. Join us on this once-in-a-lifetime journey and create lasting memories surrounded by the wonders of nature.
Bears feeding on salmon in Alaska

Whale Watching Tours

In Seward, Alaska one of our favorite things to do is board a boat and head out to see if you can spot some wildlife! There’s a chance that you could see orca, beluga whales, and gray whales as well as sea otters and bald eagles. One of the stars of the show are the humpback whales that migrate to feed in Alaska’s coastal waters each summer.

Dog Sledding Adventure

If you decide that a wintery Alaskan Adventure Tour is more up your street, then you can take the chance to enjoy classic winter activities like dog sledding and snowshoeing. Did you know that it’s also possible to take a helicopter and land on an Alaska glacier to go dog sledding in the summertime? Starting in 2023, that’s included on our Glaciers & Grizzlies Adventure.

Continuing with the Alaskan adventure, you can also experience the thrill of exploring ice caves under the guidance of experienced ice climbing guides. As you delve deeper into the glacier, you’ll witness the mesmerizing blue hues of the ice formations and listen to the echoes of the rugged Alaskan wilderness. This unique opportunity to combine dog sledding with ice cave exploration promises an unforgettable and immersive experience that will leave you in awe of the wonders of nature.

Dogs pulling a sled through the snow

Northern Lights Adventure Tour

The winters in Alaska also offer the chance to see the Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis. The northern lights occur in all four seasons of the year, but the long, dark winter nights mean that winter gives you the best chance of a good viewing.

The Northern Lights Adventure Tour in Alaska provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the mesmerizing dance of vibrant colors across the night sky. As you embark on this unique journey, guided by expert aurora chasers, you’ll be immersed in the enchanting beauty of nature’s light show. Picture yourself standing in awe as the curtains of green, purple, and pink swirl above you, creating a magical spectacle that seems straight out of a dream. With each vibrant stroke across the canvas of the Arctic night, you’ll find yourself captivated by the sheer magnificence of the Aurora Borealis, a celestial phenomenon that has fascinated mankind for centuries.

Northern Lights Aurora Borealis in Alaska with snow covered trees and hut

Learn about Alaska’s wildlife! Why do grizzly bears feed on salmon? Grizzly bears feed on salmon due to their rich nutrient content, which provides essential fats and proteins crucial for their survival. During the annual salmon runs in Alaska’s rivers, grizzlies capitalize on this abundant food source to bulk up before winter hibernation. The energy acquired from feasting on salmon helps grizzly bears build reserves necessary for enduring the harsh winter months when food becomes scarce.

If you’re looking for a vacation package for your Alaska Adventure Tour, you may want to consider our Glaciers & Grizzlies Adventure, our Denali Discovery Adventure, or our Northern Lights Adventure, all of which give you some of the best experiences that Alaska has to offer.

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