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With many wonderful adventure styles at your fingertips, searching for your ideal adventure has never been easier! Channel your inner explorer and kayak alongside humpback whales or enjoy a scenic flight. From glacier walks to epic hikes (and even tours that visit gold mines!), we've got you covered with the best Alaskan vacation packages.

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Best Things to Do in Alaska

  • Landscape view of green trees, yellow fields, a blue lake, and mountains in the Denali National Park

    Denali National Park

    Named after North America’s highest peak, Denali National Park consists of six million acres and is one of the largest (and most visited) U.S. national parks. From snow-capped mountain peaks and glaciers to scrub vegetation and spruce woodland, the park offers fairytale arctic landscapes. It's also home to a wide variety of furry friends including wolves, bears, reindeer, and elk. 

  • Man paddles his kayak across Symphony Lake in Chugach State Park, Anchorage


    Serving as a gateway to the nearby mountains and wilderness areas, Anchorage is the perfect city to start your Alaskan adventure. Enjoy the architecture and historic buildings of downtown Anchorage on foot, or jump on a bike and explore the city’s many scenic trails. Be sure to also visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Earthquake Park, and the seaplanes of Lake Hood.

  • An overcast sky with views of Mendenhall Glacier located in the Tongass National Forest

    Mendenhall Glacier

    Framed by the Tongass National Forest, the 13-mile long marvelous Mendenhall Glacier is located just outside Juneau. From spotting icebergs floating in Mendenhall lake to watching the mesmerizing cascade of water at Nugget Falls, there is no end to the beautiful scenery! Enjoy the many fantastic hiking trails or simply be on the lookout for bears, mountain goats, and beavers. 

  • A man with a yellow backpack looking at the fields of snow and ice in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords National Park

    Accessible from the well-known Alaska Railroad and the Seward Highway (which both end in Seward), the Kenai Fjords National Park offers spectacular sightseeing opportunities. Panoramic views display the park's vast, uninhabited coastline as well as the numerous glaciers which form the Harding Icefield. Prepare to be amazed – and keep your eyes peeled for gigantic brown bears!

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    Travel Safe in Alaska

    We've gotten so used to touring the world through our laptops, enviously looking at our past travel photos, dreaming of the day when we can travel safely again. Bring those dreams to life with TourRadar - where we've got your back!

    Working closely with the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), both our Travel Experts and adventure operators have adapted to unprecedented changes in travel plans, with our new Peace of Mind program and travel insurance that covers cancellations in these unexpected times. Stay on top of COVID-19 travel restrictions in Alaska, vaccination requirements, and changes to border restrictions within your country with our Safe Travels Guide, so that you can travel worry-free. You deserve it!
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    When to Travel to Alaska

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    Where to Start Your Alaskan Adventure

    Create Your Perfect Alaska Itinerary

    Known for its striking landscapes and incredible outdoor adventures, Alaska is the perfect destination. Whether you're sailing amongst the glaciers on a two-week ocean expedition or exploring the beautiful national parks on a week-long adventure, our itineraries have been carefully crafted to help you get the most out of your Alaskan vacation.

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    Alaska Travel Tips

    • What is the best way to get around?

      Known for its beautiful, vast landscape, Alaska's charm lies in the fact that it has sparsely populated cities, fewer roads, and a greater focus on embracing the natural beauty all around. Once in Alaska, your memorable scenic journey will continue best by plane, boat, train, or car.
    • What should I do if I encounter a bear in Alaska?

      Although bears are very common in Alaska, there are certain measures you can take to avoid a close encounter. For example, stay away from areas where you see dead animals or fish and do not cook near your tent.

      For further information, please check the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website.
    • How much does an average trip to Alaska cost?

      Our Alaskan vacations vary in cost. For a seven-day package, you're likely to pay between US$260 - $500 per day, but this may be more or less depending on your preferences and travel style (a luxury tour will naturally cost more than a budget-friendly adventure).
    • How do I book an Alaskan vacation on TourRadar?

      Find your next adventure by searching through our Alaska tours until you find one that ticks all of your boxes! Simply choose your desired travel dates and fill out your details to secure your adventure. If you have any questions along the way, our Travel Experts are standing by 24/7.

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    Best Adventure Operators & Tour Companies in Alaska

    Much loved by our past travellers, these tour operators know how to craft the perfect Alaskan vacation!