Alaska & the Yukon 2021
12 days from Anchorage to Anchorage
Starting at $2,609
Destinations & Sightseeing
Itinerary and Meals
This Undiscovered Alaska and the Yukon Territory tour features many of the most popular scenic vistas that Alaska and the Yukon Territory have to offer—beginning and ending in Anchorage. Along the way, take a boat to view breathtaking Mears Glacier on Prince William Sound and watch for eagles, whales, dolphins, mountain goats, and more. Between Valdez and Tok, enjoy views of Bridal Veil Falls, Worthington Glacier, and Thompson Pass. Between Tok and Whitehorse, behold spectacular vistas of Kluane National Park’s rugged mountains. Between Dawson City and Fairbanks, delight in the stunning scenery as you motor over the Top of the World Highway. More magnificent scenery awaits you on your journey aboard the Alaska Railroad between Fairbanks and Denali National Park. Travel through untamed wilderness and delight in viewing the awe-inspiring scenery via wide windows and the domed-roof car. With its six million acres, Denali National Park & Preserve is home to North America’s highest peak and offers majestic landscapes. Your two nights in Denali give you the opportunity to explore on your own or to take optional outings, such as a helicopter ride over the park or a wilderness tour to seek out grizzly bears, moose, and more. In addition to witnessing breathtaking scenery, this Alaska and Yukon Territory tour offers you a chance to learn about the Klondike Gold Rush. Follow the Trail of ’98 over the same mountains that determined gold seekers traveled in the middle of winter. Visit Skagway, where thousands of hopeful miners came in 1898, and stroll the wooden sidewalks. In Dawson City, see where the first gold strike was made and enjoy the ragtime music, can-can girls, and old-fashioned casino just as the prospectors did over a century ago. All of this and more await you on this value-minded tour through Alaska and the Yukon Territory!
Destination & Sightseeing
|VALDEZ||Glacier cruise on Prince William Sound|
|DAWSON CITY||Visit Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Saloon; Claim #1; and the Robert Service Interpretive Centre|
|FAIRBANKS||Sightseeing; Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline; Cruise aboard the sternwheeler riverboat Discovery III; Tour the Chena Indian Village with Alaskan Native Guides|
|ALASKA RAILROAD||Journey aboard the world famous Alaska Railroad in Adventure class|
|DENALI NATIONAL PARK||Stay two nights near the entrance of Denali National Park|
|ANCHORAGE||Visit the Iditarod Headquarters in Wasilla|
Wildlife in Alaska is often seen in early season (May-early June).The U.S. Embassy requires travelers to and from Canada to have a valid U.S. Passport. This tour travels to the Yukon Territory, which is part of Canada. Non-U.S. citizens may need a visa.Alaska and the Yukon are blessed with exquisite scenery, fascinating attractions, and an extraordinary amount of daylight in the summer months. We take advantage of these extended daylight hours in this vast territory; therefore, some of the traveling days can be long. However, rest assured there are frequent photo and comfort stops. Visiting and participating in activities in these locations is subject to favorable weather conditions.Enjoy the spectacular colors of Alaska & the Yukon on our special Fall Foliage departures: August 11-25 (if Mother Nature permits).
Journey on the Alaska Railroad from Fairbanks to Denali National Park; private, deluxe, air-conditioned motorcoach while touring
|Anchorage||Valdez||Tok||Whitehorse||Dawson City||Fairbanks||Denali National Park|