The state of Alaska is renowned for its many wilderness areas, from its many national parks, 2 national forests, 16 wildlife refuges and 120 historic and recreational state parks. At over 50 million acres, these protected landscapes are rich with wildlife and bird habitats and ecosystems found no where else in the lower 48 states. Many Alaska travelers have on their bucket list planning a trips to the state’s iconic national parks including Denali, Kenai Fjords, Glacier Bay, Katmai, Lake Clark, Wrangell-St-Elias, Kobuk Valley and Gates of the Arctic.
At 586,000 square miles, Alaska is our largest U.S. state. Fortunately, our experienced Travel Designers at Alaska Private Touring have the knowledge and expertise to help create an itinerary that includes some or all of Alaska’s National Parks including all the logistics to get you from point-to-point along the way. We’ll help you customize your National Parks Collectors vacation to your specific interests, budget and timeframe, maximizing your Alaska experience from day one to day 7, 10 or 21.