Discover the unique beauty of Alaska during this 13-day Regional Discovery holiday. Begin in Anchorage, and then visit the Iditarod Headquarters before boarding the historic Alaska Railroad for a scenic train journey to Denali National Park. Here, enjoy a guided tour of this spectacular wilderness. Next, travel to Fairbanks, where you cruise on the Chena and Tanana Rivers, visit the University of Alaska Fairbanks museum, and stop at the TransAlaska Oil Pipeline. Then head to Dawson City to see Diamond Tooth Gerties, Claim #1, a Gold Dredge, and the Danoja Zho Cultural Centre. In Whitehorse, visit the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre, the SS Keno, and Uncommon Journeys dogsled facilities. Travel through rugged Kluane National Park en route to Tok, and then head to Valdez, where a cruise on Prince William Sound is the perfect ending to your Alaska holiday.
Local Favourites Include
Exclusive presentation by a local Naturalist
Presentation at Muktuk Adventures with a special Taste of the Yukon dinner
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WASILLA: Visit Iditarod Headquarters.
TALKEETNA-DENALI: Journey aboard the Alaska Railroad.
DENALI NATIONAL PARK: Welcome dinner with exclusive presentation by a local Naturalist; guided wilderness tour.
FAIRBANKS: City tour; cruise aboard the sternwheeler Discovery; visit the University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum and the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline.
DAWSON CITY: Visit Diamond Tooth Gertie's, Claim #1, a gold dredge, and the Danoja Zho Cultural Centre.
WHITEHORSE: Visit the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre and riverboat SS Keno; presentation at Muktuk Adventures with a special Taste of the Yukon dinner.
KLUANE NATOINAL PARK: Sightseeing.
VALDEZ: Visit the Valdez Museum; private cruise on Prince William Sound.
ALYESKA: Farewell dinner.
MEALS: Breakfast daily (B), 3 lunches (L) including a picnic lunch in Denali National Park, 3 three-course dinners (D) including a farewell dinner in Anchorage; Alaska Cruise Extension: 20 additional meals.
Inside visits and special features are shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable.