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Iconic Alaska Made Easy

Alaska is wild, natural and ruled by seasons. What makes an unforgettable vacation destination can also make trip planning complicated. We make it easy. Our team of Alaska experts and insiders is ready to create your ideal vacation, customized to fit your needs.

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Explore our Alaska Vacations for experiences and itineraries that fit you.

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Share your questions and requirements with our team of Alaska insiders. Connect with us by phone, chat or email.

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The last frontier is waiting — it's time to take your dream Alaska vacation!

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Local Experts
Local Experts

Every person you meet from the first phone call to our tour guides and hotel staff are local experts.

Top Tours and Lodges
Top Tours and Lodges

We own and operate some of the top tours and lodges in Alaska's most iconic locations.

Go Farther in Alaska
Go Farther in Alaska

Our tours take you farther than any other in Alaska, so you'll see the most secluded and pristine places.

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Our local experts are here to answer any of your questions and help plan an unforgettable Alaska adventure.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Even if you don't know much about Alaska, you know it's big, exactly 663,268 square miles! That's 1,717,854 square kilometers.

The climate in Alaska varies across the state according to the region. There are four distinct seasons in all regions, but actual temperatures and humidity vary.

Denali National Park & Interior: The average temperatures range from 70 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months to 0 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter. However, when visiting Interior Alaska be sure to have layers of comfortable clothing available in case of a sudden change in weather conditions. If you are planning on walks or hikes, bring sturdy shoes and a warm jacket.

Anchorage & Southcentral: The subarctic temperatures of Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska range from an average high of 65 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer to an average low of -10 degrees Fahrenheit in winter.

Juneau & Inside Passage: Average temperature highs in the Inside Passage range from 60 degrees Fahrenheit in summer to 12 degrees Fahrenheit in winter. It's best to dress in layers and be prepared for rainy days in the summer months of May through to September.

Katmai & Lake Clark: Average temperature highs in Southwest Alaska range from 62 degrees Fahrenheit in summer to 32 degrees Fahrenheit in winter.

The Arctic: Average temperature highs in Far North Alaska range from 45 degrees Fahrenheit in summer to -12 degrees Fahrenheit in winter. It's best to dress in long warm layers and be prepared for nearly 24 hours of sunlight in the summer months of May, June and July.

While we can't guarantee it, there is always a likely possibility of seeing wildlife when exploring in Alaska.

The weather and climate can vary depending on the region of Alaska you are visiting. However, majority of Alaska experiences temperatures ranging from 50-70 degrees Fahrenheit within the summer months with occasional wind and rain.

The key to comfort in packing the right clothes to Alaska lies in layers. Whether chilly, wet, hot or cold, wear comfortable layers that you can peel off and put on should the weather change. Be sure to pack a good pair of comfortable shoes or hikers with good traction that will be fitting for exploring the outdoors.

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