Alaska is BIG! Every step along the way offers sightseeing and touring opportunities in such a wide variety you'll never lack for choices. From whale watching, wildlife and glacier tours to historical towns and gold mines to cultural experiences to pure Alaskan wilderness adventure, you'll find much to experience and savor. From the Inside Passage to Fairbanks in the heart of the state to the frigid waters of the Arctic Ocean to the tip of the Kenai Peninsula you'll discover the best Alaska has to offer.
If you're looking for adventure, Alaska has it from the mild to the wild. The pristine wilderness of Alaska is, perhaps, the last vestige of thriving populations of North American wildlife. Where else can you see polar bears, bald eagles, blue and humpbacked whales, gray wolves, grizzly bears, orcas, lynx, moose, and hundreds of other rare and endangered species in their original and undisturbed natural habitats?
The arts, culture and history are intertwined in Alaska due to the fascinating past that has brought people and influences from all over the world to this corner of the north. Of course Alaska Native history dominates Alaska history, and visitors can experience the state’s rich Native culture through traditional Native music and dance performances, totem carving, festivals and crafts, as well as cultural and historical museums and heritage centers.
What better way to commemorate a trip to Alaska than with a unique souvenir or collectible? Handcrafted pieces such as authentic Alaska Native moccasins, baskets, jewelry, carvings and both traditional and modern art pieces make great gifts, and are available at retail stores, museum gift shops, galleries and farmers markets throughout Alaska.
Alaska’s restaurants and nightlife offer a true taste of the Last Frontier. Wild Alaska seafood including salmon, halibut and king crab attract visitors from all over the world and can be sampled just about anywhere in the state.
Select from our Alaska tours to plan a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife adventure!