Stunning National Parks

Alaska is home to 17 national parks and 16 wildlife refuges. Many of these parks are included in our private tours, as they offer endless opportunities for wildlife viewing and breathtaking landscapes. If you want to see marine wildlife during your visit to Alaska, then consider visiting the Kenai Fjords National Park. Here, you can find breaching humpback whales, playful otters, and stunning sea lions. If up-close bear viewing is on your must-do list for your Alaskan trip, then make sure to visit Katmai National Park. This is home to the iconic Brooks Falls, where salmon can be seen jumping into an awaiting bears mouth.

Featured below are the four most popular national parks in Alaska. Each park hosts its own unique landscapes, wildlife viewing opportunities and limitless possibilities for adventure.

Denali National Park

The Kugrak River flowing through the Gates of the Arctic Wilderness.

Gates of the Arctic National Park

Glacier Bay

Glacier Bay National Park

Bears at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park catching jumping salmon

Katmai National Park

Group of people watching a whale dive into the ocean from a boat

Kenai Fjords National Park

A man resting in Kobuk Valley National Park.

Kobuk Valley National Park

Gull Island in Lake Clark National Park.

Lake Clark National Park

Scenic overlook in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park