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Enjoy a guided historical walking tour of Creek Street and the Fishing Fleet, book ended by drinks at the Fishermen’s favorite watering holes. Learn about the colorful events that have shaped Ketchikan, The Salmon Capitol of the World and Alaska’s First City. After a round at the “Shipwreck Bar”, we’ll stroll through town to Creek Street then down to the docks to learn about the world famous fishing fleet and see the boats and crews up close preparing for their next catch. We’ll finish at the infamous Potlatch Bar for more drinks and stories.You will be guided by a Fisherman who lives on the Fishing Fleet’s Dock in Ketchikan. Your guide has first hand knowledge of the Fishing Fleet and their favorite watering holes. Fun, entertainment, drinks, history and a few tall tales make this a “must do” tour while visiting Ketchikan! As a bonus, your guide will also be your photographer along the scenic walking tour so you can share and enjoy the memories for years to come!
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Distillery offer mini-tours and tastings of their all gluten-free, non-GMO vodkas; a craft cocktail and take-home shot glass included
Your full day adventure begins with an 8 mile guided bike ride and finishes with a brewery tour of Anchorage. Your guided bike ride takes you on one of the nation’s premier paved coastal trails, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. Wind your way back to downtown Anchorage while soaking in the sweeping mountain and coastal vistas. The afternoon portion of the tour explores the booming Anchorage craft beer scene in style as you join your knowledgeable ‘Hoperator’ for an off-the-beaten path tour of Anchorage full of sudsy fun. Guests are introduced to some of Anchorage’s finest breweries, brewers, and beers on this behind the scenes look at the local craft brewing industry. With a maximum group size of 14, this small group tour ensures a personalized experience.
Join us on an easy paced trip to Juneau’s own Alaskan Brewing Company. Founded in 1986, they have been producing world-class beers for locals and beyond! All ages are welcome on this tour however only guests over 21 can sample their fine ales!
Owner can visit their vines and take care of them, attend annual parties, meet other owners, learn to harvest grapes, and more
Travel by trolley through Earthquake Park and historic neighborhoods on this one-hour Anchorage tour. Take a comfortable seat in one of three regularly operating cable cars for sights such as seaplanes descending on Lake Spenard and Lake Hood, and moose (safely) crossing the road. Guides with family ties to the area provide unique insight into the local history and culture in Alaska’s most populous city. Bonus: This budget-friendly tour comes with a complimentary coupon booklet with some $200 in travel savings.
Admire epic scenery and spot Alaskan wildlife on this tour from Anchorage, which takes you along the Seward Highway to the Turnagain Arm and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Keep your eye out for whales, wolves, moose, goats and sheep on your drive, and get up close to bears, elk and caribou on your educational tour of the rescue and rehabilitation center. You also have the option to adopt an animal!
Guided van tours along the Turnagain Arm include a one-hour boat to Portage Glacier and a visit to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Guided tours drive along the Turnagain Arm for stunning mountain scenery, views of the Cook Inlet, and sightings of whales and eagles
Embark on a journey to view and photograph the aurora borealis in the greater Anchorage area. Aurora Borealis portraits and photo instruction included. Warm shelter, clothing and hot drinks provided.
Guided tours around Anchorage make stops at Point Woronzof, Ship Creek, Earthquake Park, Alaska Native Medical Center, and Ulu knife factory
Take a shuttle along the glacier-carved shores of the Turnagain Arm, scoping out craggy cliffs for Dall sheep and scanning the water for surfacing beluga whales. On this guided excursion, take a scenic drive outside of Anchorage and spend some time visiting orphaned animals at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.Get picked up from the Anchorage Visitors Center, where you can hop in a comfortable shuttle and let your guide plot a course to to the south. Pass through Chugach State Park, along waterfront roads that offer sweeping views of the Turnagain Arm. Look for beluga whales coming in from Cook Inlet, try and spot eagles nesting in evergreen treetops, and spot Dall sheep framed against the black backdrop of steep mountainsides. Your tour includes stops at Beluga Point, Portage Valley, Potter Marsh and a brief walk in the rainforest guest have told us they felt like they were “walking into another world” “enchanting” “spiritual” so you won’t want to miss this experience.
Team completes challenges and scavenges the city in search of supplies that will allow them to survive a zombie apocalypse
Capture the magic of Alaska’s winter landscapes and spectacular skies. Photographic support is provided by a local, professional photographer guide who knows where to be and when. All levels of picture takers and even non-photographers are welcome. Natural history and historical narratives are provided along the way. Departure is based on sunset to capitalize on the best light of the day. A flexible itinerary allows for spontaneous stops to photograph wildlife en route and to highlight seasonal changes.
Guests take in picturesque views of the city and the surrounding mountain ranges during this scenic tour
Visitors can observe moose, reindeer, and other Alaskan wildlife during their trek through a 200-acre conservation center
Guests get to meet a heard of musk oxen and walk the trails alongside these Ice Age creatures
Small groups discover glaciers and wildlife on one one of the most intriguing road trips you will ever experience. A local expert will narrate on your 8 hour day tour from sea level in Anchorage, Alaska to 1800 feet in the Chugach Mountains. Turnagain Arm tour from AnchoragePortage Glacier one-hour cruise on a calm lakeLunch stop Wide variety of Alaskan Wildlife at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center including bears, moose, caribou, wood bison, musk ox, lynx, wolf, etc.Scenic views from 2000 feet above Anchorage, AK of the Cook Inlet and surrounding mountainsPhoto stopsHotel pick-up and Drop-off includedFree water and snacks in the van
Knowledgeable local guides lead guests on a glacier hike offering views of awe-inspiring ice formations and blue meltwater pools
A knowledgeable local guide leads guests on a tour that includes an aerial tram ride, fresh lunch, and a visit in a wildlife refuge
Participants get to enjoy this whale watching and glacier view tour from the deck of a touring boat within groups of 18 or less
Enjoy this narrated city tour with a trained local Alaskan guide. Natives of Juneau will regal you with stories from local history that stretches back 10,000 years – to the beginning of human history in the area. The crowning point of the tour is Juneau’s natural treasure, the Mendenhall Glacier. One of 38 glaciers flowing from the massive 1,500-square-mile Juneau Ice field. At this stop you can explore this glacial wonder from a variety of perspectives like Nugget Creek Falls and Photo Point Trail, which winds along Mendenhall Lake to an unobstructed view of the glacier’s face.
Hop aboard one of Alaska’s most popular wildlife and glacier cruises, and take an extraordinary six-hour journey through Kenai Fjords National Park. This must-do tour from Seward offers the chance to view whales, birds and other wildlife as you cruise past alpine and tidewater glaciers among the fjords. You’ll visit seabird rookeries in the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge and enjoy lunch as you listen to onboard commentary from the captain!
Download a vibrantly-narrated mp3 audio guide combined with a map detailing the area of your tour.This informational audio guided tour of the relaxing port city of Seward will take you on a lovely walk through the Kenai Peninsula where you will see sights such as Iditarod National Trail and the educational Alaska Sea Life Centre.Discover the beautiful and scenic city of Seward! Surrounded by mountains and the Resurrection Bay, this picturesque location was once devastated by an earthquake, tidal waves and fire in 1964. Since then it has evolved into a thriving community that now boasts the iconic Iditarod National Historic Trail and an amazing Alaska Sea Life Centre. On this audio tour you will also see the Old Alaska Railroad Depot, the Founder’s Monument, the Seward Community Library, the William H Seward Bust, the Resurrection Bay Historical Society Seward Museum, the Memorial United Methodist Church and the Chugach Museum with the Institute of History and Art.
Gold pan near a salmon stream in Seward. Learn the art of panning for Alaskan gold in the elevated troughs. This 1-hour activity is family friendly.
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