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We offer guided tours for the most popular routes in Alaska. We have put together the most interesting, full, but not overwhelming, itineraries that you can find for your Absolute Alaskan adventure.

Alaska Magic Adventure

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Day 1. Arrival, greeting and relaxation after your arrival.
Arrive to Anchorage and meet your local guide at the airport or at the cruise ship to be taken to your comfortable hotel downtown Anchorage. Spend the night in Anchorage. D

Day 2. All day scenic, wildlife, and marine life adventure.
Prepare for a full day adventure, board your motorcoach on your way to Seward. First, explore Anchorage with such highlights as Alaska Native Heritage Center where you will discover the rich native history and culture of Alaska, Lake Hood airport (the largest float plane airport in the world!), Alaska Wildberry Products (with a chocolate fountain), and downtown Anchorage. Stop along the scenic highway to see Beluga whales in the ocean and Dall Sheep on the mountains. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center for a chance to view all of the Alaska native animals – bears, moose, caribou, elk, bison, musk ox, and fox. Arrive to a charming town of Seward where you will have a hearty Alaskan dinner and visit the Sealife Center – world class marine life facility. Spend the night in Seward. B,L,D

 Day 3. Dog Sledding adventure and Kenai Fjords National Park boat tour – see the whales, otters, seals, sea lions, puffins, and other sea birds, glaciers and more mountains.
In the morning take a 2-hour tour ride in a wheeled sled with famous Iditarod dog team, meet the mushers, dogs, and learn about this exciting Alaskan dog race. This tour was chosen as one of Alaska's Top Twenty Attractions. In the afternoon, take an all day boat tour to the heart of Kenai Fjords National Park, you will sail to the open ocean where mountains soar a mile straight up from the water. Enjoy views of whales and wildlife, piedmont glaciers, a fully-narrated tour with accredited interpreters and wildlife guide. Learn about the rich history of Resurrection Bay while viewing the jagged cliffs, seabirds and marine wildlife. Stop at the Fox Island for lunch which includes grilled salmon and Prime Rib and explore the "skipping stone" beach before cruising Resurrection Bay! Overnight in Seward. B,L,D

Day 4. Whittier – Valdez ferry transfer.
Board your coach and travel to a town of Whittier. Whittier is a little port town built by the military during World War II. Travel through the only road out of Whittier which goes through the longest tunnel in North America: three miles long. Here you will board Alaska ferry vessel that will take you to Valdez via the incomparable beauty of Prince William Sound. Arrive to Valdez in the late afternoon. Valdez – a small town/port developed with the 1898 Klondike gold rush and then the end port of the Alaska Pipeline. Have the evening to explore the town’s museums, hikes, or just relaxation. Overnight Valdez. B,L,D

Day 5. Valdez – Copper Center.
Board your coach to transfer to Copper Center situated on Copper River which is a tiny Athabascan community with rich history from the gold-rush time, when about 4,000 stampeders to the Klondike tried a virtually impossible all-American route from Valdez over the glaciers of the Wrangell-St. Elias region. Few made it, and hundreds who died are buried in Copper Center. Take a 4-hour natural history tour of the Copper River County. View Alaska Pipeline, Copper River, Mt. Wrangell, a massive volcano. Experience the boreal forest that remained pristine since the retreat of the great glaciers 10,000 years ago. Your guide will explain the geologic history, plants, animals, and people that call this place home. In the evening have an Alaskan dinner at the original lodge in Copper Center full of Klondike history. Overnight Copper Center. B,L,D

Day 6. Copper River and all-day wilderness adventure to the ghost towns of McCarthy and Kennicott. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
Take an all-day tour to the ghost towns of McCarthy and Kennicott that were abruptly left behind by copper miners. McCarty served the miners as a place to drink, gamble, and relax on their rare days off. In Kennicott you will explore the original powerhouse and 14-story mill buildings in the middle of nowhere. After the tour of the ghost town fly over the mountain peaks, glaciers, waterfalls, and wildlife of the magnificent Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Overnight Copper Center. B,L,D

Day 7. Copper Center - Fairbanks. See the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Rika’s Roadhouse and Landing, and Fairbanks.
Board your coach to head North to Fairbanks. Continue on the Richardson Highway which was the first road to Fairbanks. The Richardson Highway rises up and over the Alaska Range on open tundra country, along the silver Alaska pipeline, and at the edge of a series of alpine lakes. Stop to see the Rika's Roadhouse & Landing at Big Delta State Historical Park, serving Alaskans since 1904. This site is a vivid scene of Alaska pioneer life with surviving outbuildings, including telegraph cabins, a museum, a barn, a vegetable garden, and livestock pens. On the way stop to see the remarkable engineering feats of modern time – Trans-Alaska Pipeline. This is one of the largest pipeline systems in the world and the only way to get crude oil from Alaska's North Slope fields to tankers waiting in Valdez. Overnight in Fairbanks. B,L,D

Day 8. Explore Fairbanks with its top rated Museum of the North and Gold Dredge Tour. Transfer to Denali National Park.
In the morning take an informative tour about the famous Gold Rush. Learn many details about the gold mining, see actual footage of the dredges in operation, overview the entire stripping, thawing, and dredging processes, view the actual equipment used, pan for gold yourself, then enjoy a hearty miners stew lunch. After the tour, Visit the University of Alaska Museum of the North, which features Alaska’s art, and an extraordinary natural history collection, see the state’s largest public display of gold, Alaska Native games and dance, the new addition to the museum offers a combination of grand shapes of moving icebergs, see the amazing dynamic Aurora show that captures the beauty of the northern lights and explains this high-latitude phenomena from scientific and cultural perspectives, and more. Then board your coach and transfer to the magnificent Denali National Park that has the highest peak in North America – Mt. McKinley. In the evening have Alaskan dinner and enjoy a talented performance with great storytelling, spirited music, and humor for your unforgettable true-to-life Gold Rush tale of adventure in early 1900s Alaska. Overnight Denali National Park. B,L,D

Day 9. Go into the heart of the Denali National Park for an all day adventure.
This tour includes everything that you came to Alaska to see: unlimited wildlife views, magnificent mountains, pristine beauty of untouched Alaskan Interior. Learn about Alaskan animals from expert naturalists, explore the unspoiled tundra and forest, see amazing views of the “Great One” – Denali, and the wildlife in their natural environment. Overnight Denali National Park. B,L,D

Day 10. Denali National park to a charming little town of Talkeetna via Alaska Railroad. Jetboat tour of Alaskan wilderness.
In the morning board your train for view of your lifetime. The track follows the serpentine banks of the Susitna River. On clear days, more views of Mt. McKinley emerge across the river presenting many chances for photos. Black and brown bear frequent the sandbars and scuttle into the brush as the train approaches. Next, the Indian River Canyon is home to many beavers and beaver lodges can be seen in the ponds along the way. The track climbs toward tree line, first crossing Hurricane Gulch, the longest bridge on the railroad just over 914 feet and 296 feet above Hurricane Creek. The train moves into Broad Pass, at 2,363 feet it's the highest point on the railroad, and where caribou migrate through during the fall. Arrive to Talkeetna. On a sunny day this actually is the best spot to view the magnificent mountain McKinley. In the evening take a 2-hour tour on a river jetboat, that is specifically designed to safely navigate rivers in the Alaskan wilderness. Arrive at the Safari sight where you will take a ¼ mile leisurely nature walk and see a Dena’ina Indian Encampment. Visit an authentic trapper’s cabin with its original furnishings and view how trappers lived in "Bush" Alaska at the turn of the century. Travel ten miles of river to view nesting bald eagles, beaver activity, and moose and you just might see black bear and grizzly bear roaming the shore. Overnight Talkeetna. B,L,D

Day 11. Talkeetna – Matanuska Glacier – Anchorage.
Board your coach to return to Anchorage. On the way stop at the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters. This is internationally known 1,100-mile sled dog race to Nome that takes place the first Saturday in March. You will learn all about this race of endurance and character and see the trophies and photos on display. Then proceed on to the next stop – Musk Ox Farm, which started as a domestication project to bring Musk Ox back to Alaska. You will see these prehistoric-looking animals up close, learn about their history, and find out about the use of qiviut, the exceptionally soft wool of the musk ox. After the farm and lunch prepare for the experience of your lifetime – Glacier Hiking. This hike takes you on a magnificent Matanuska Glacier, one of the few that is accessible by car and with a short hike you will be standing on a river of ice. And absolutely nothing compares to actually standing on the Glacier. There is no experience required and gear is provided. After the glacier hike proceed to Anchorage for a quiet dinner and rest. Overnight in Anchorage. B,L,D

Day 12. Tour and explore downtown Anchorage, tour ends.
Enjoy free time in Anchorage in the morning, self-tour downtown Anchorage for endless gift shops, historical places, and local coffee shops. Flight back home or transfer to cruise ship in the afternoon. B

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