The Peak Travel Season

During the summer months, wildlife viewing is at its peak: bears are leaving hibernation in search of food, migratory whales and birds are making their way back to Alaska, and springtime wolf, fox, and sled-dog pups are beginning to explore their surroundings.

This is the ideal time to visit one of the many parks that are located in Alaska. These parks are as diverse as the population; the Kenai Fjords National Park boasts amazing marine wildlife and coastal scenery, while the Gates of the Arctic National Park offers nomadic herds of caribou and rugged mountains, plus tundra that stretches all the way to the Arctic Ocean.

If you are looking for more of an action-packed vacation, then consider adding some options to get your adrenaline pumping, such as whitewater rafting, zip lining, glacier ice-climbing, and exploring ice caves.

Or maybe you have a different interest that is drawing you to Alaska. Whatever the case may be, we can help you. Consider one of our proposed summer itineraries below, which are based on these kinds of interests, or fill out our Custom Proposal Form form for an itinerary that is unique to you.

Seward Glacier Hiking

9 Days

Alaska Active Adventure

Open platform railroad car with mom and kids enjoying the view

8 Days

Alaska Family Explorer

Alaskan fireweed backlit by sunset sky

10 Days

Alaska Favorites

Full view of Denali reflected in calm lake on a clear day

16 Days

Alaska National Park Collector

View of Alaskan farm with greenhouse, silos, and mountains in background

10 Days

Alaskan Grown

Overview of Homer Spint from above surrounded by Kachemak Bay and mountains

11 Days

Alaska’s Playground

Guests enjoying a picnic on a helicopter-accessible ridge with blue skies and mountains

7 Days

Family Backcountry Adventure

Alaska Railroad alongside river and fireweed with Denali in background

8 Days

Highlights of Alaska

9 Days

World Famous Bears of Alaska