“Our happiest moments as tourists always seem to come when we stumble upon one thing while in pursuit of something else.” — Lawrence Block
Stay out of Alaska if you are not seeking an adventure in wilderness. Our 49th state remains mostly rural featuring an array of flora and fauna not easily observed in the lower 48 states. Terrain is rugged, distances vast, wildlife abundant,
residents are resourceful, and life is grand for those who
follow this state's motto.... "North to the Future."
We have cruised coastal Alaska, and independently toured the interior during our two fantastic journeys. I for one would readily return to experience the famous Iditarod sled race,
drive the Yukon Highway and Alaskan highway to points north,
spend and exhausting day hiking trails inside Denali National Park, ride the Alaskan railroad once again to a remote area for a day of exploration. So many things to see and do, you could spend one month in Alaska and never be bored with its scenery and wildlife.
Are you ready for your first visit or a return? We can recommend the perfect cruise or better yet a cruise and tour allowing you to experience the wonders of the Alaskan interior after visiting such port towns as Ketchikan, Juneau,
Skagway, and Sitka. We can also suggest a small group expedition tour that will take you to the more remote areas
where you get close, but not too close, to large Kodiak bears, majestic eagles, waterfall jumping salmon, dam building beavers, howling wolves and more. If you are ready, we are prepared!