Stops at 3 of North America’s most famous national parks
Mountain ranges, cascading glaciers, gold rush history & a fascinating glimpse of First Nations culture
Venture deep into the highlights of the north with this bestseller package tour of Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory. Experience the luxury of getting up close with the history, culture, nature and wildlife of the Land of the Midnight Sun. Go on adventure in its scenic landscapes, mountain ranges, cascading glaciers, historic trading routes, and gold rush trails as you enjoy surprise encounters with the charismatic wildlife of the north.
Own arrival into Whitehorse where your guide will meet and transfer you to your hotel.
After a Whitehorse city tour, continue on the Alaskan Highway to Haines Junction.
Drive along the shore of the Kluane Lake, then continue along the Alaska Highway to Tok.
Travel along the Glenn Highway and then continue onto picturesque Valdez which is nicknamed “Little Switzerland” by the locals.
Travel the Prince William Sound by ferry to view glaciers along the Pacific Coast and hopefully some wildlife! Stop off at the Portage Glacier on the way to Seward.
Board an optional 6-hour boat tour to the Kenai Fjords National Park, which is home to some of the finest marine life viewing in the world. Then continue on to Anchorage.
Today, move inland via the George Parks Highway and continue north to Denali National Park, which offers breathtaking scenery. In the afternoon, there is an option to take a one-hour flight over Denali, which is the highest peak in North America.
Take a shuttle deep into Denali National Park, which is one of the most scenic landscapes in North America and hopefully you will see an abundance of wildlife.
Reach the city of Fairbanks by the afternoon and have the rest of the day at your leisure to explore.
Some more exploring in Fairbanks this morning, before continuing over the international border at Little Gold Creek, which is the highest border checkpoint on the continent. Then, take a ferry to reach Dawson City.
Immerse yourself in Dawson City – either stroll around at leisure or you can try your luck panning the creeks and visiting museums.
Explore the Dempster Highway, which is Canada’s only link by road to Inuvik. Continue into Tombstone Territorial Park.
Head back to Whitehorse on the Klondike Highway, viewing the Yukon River on the way. There will also be a stop at the famous Five Finger Rapids.
From Whitehorse, a day trip will take you down the Klondike Highway to the Alaskan Coast again, to the seaport of Skagway which like Dawson City, is a preserved legendary gold rush town.
The tour finishes in Whitehorse. An airport transfer is provided if needed.
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