About This Trip

Discover awe-inspiring beauty, inviting locals, and rich cultural heritage as you journey through Alaska

Learn the art of gold panning from two local sisters in Fairbanks. Tour Fairbanks and see the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline up close. Meet mushers and the dogs of the Trail Breaker Kennel. Travel the scenic Alaska Railroad from Fairbanks to Denali in a domed railcar. Head deep into Denali National Park on a full-day Tundra Wilderness Tour. Experience small-town Alaskan life in Talkeetna. Meet new furry friends at Musk Ox Farm. Visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center to delve into the region’s indigenous culture. Embark on a glacier cruise of Prince William Sound, narrated by an expert guide. This is Alaska – a land without parallel.

Dates & Prices

  • Tour A:
    Jul 8 2021 to Jul 16 2021
  • Tour B:
    Aug 5 2021 to Aug 13 2021
  • Tour C:
    Sep 2 2021 to Sep 10 2021
  • Land Only from: $3899 Tour prices are Land Only rates based on per person double occupancy. Airfare is additional and is available through Brekke Tours.
  • Single Room Supplement: $1100

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Tour Information

Tour/Price Includes

  • 8 nights accommodations, double occupancy, with private facilities
  • Daily breakfast [B], 2 lunches [L] and 3 dinners [D]
  • 1st-class touring coach, train & ferries per itinerary
  • City sightseeing in Fairbanks
  • Visits to Trail Breaker Kennel, Denali National Park, Musk Ox Farm and Alaska Native Heritage Center
  • Cruise through Prince William Sound
  • Entrance fees to all sites outlined in itinerary
  • Tour Director for Days 2 – 8
  • Tour information kit

Disclaimer

NOTE: Tour prices are Land Only rates based on per person double occupancy. Please call for triple or child occupancy rates. Some dates may feature various changes in hotels, sightseeing and inclusions. Please confirm your specific itinerary at the time of booking. Airfare is additional and is available through Brekke Tours.

Rates and schedules subject to availability and change without notice. Rate does not include airfare or additional hotel nights or sightseeing options.

Tour Map

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: July 8 / August 5 / September 2 Fairbanks, Alaska - Tour Begins

Your Alaskan adventure begins with a 3-night stay in Fairbanks – the “golden heart city.” Discover this gold rush boomtown’s unique mix of contemporary culture and rich history. Overnight at Pikes Waterfront Lodge.

Day 2: July 9 / August 6 / September 3 Fairbanks

Tap into Alaska’s “golden heart” with a visit to a locally owned gold panning experience, where you’ll learn about the region’s gold mining past and try your hand at panning for some paydirt yourself. Get to know Fairbanks on a city tour, including a stop at the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, an engineering marvel that delivers oil across the state to the port city of Valdez. After some free time this afternoon, you’ll visit legendary Trail Breaker Kennel where you’ll meet mushers and their happy pups. Witness the dogs in their element on a training run before enjoying dinner on the kennel’s scenic property.

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Day 3: July 10 / August 7 / September 4 Fairbanks

Enjoy a full day at leisure in the city of Fairbanks. Take this opportunity to relax explore the diverse options the city has to offer. Look into the past at the Antique Auto Museum, where vintage cars sit between timely artifacts and fashionable designer dresses from times gone by, or take a ride on the Riverboat Discovery to get a glimpse into everyday life along Alaska’s rivers.

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Day 4: July 11 / August 8 / September 5 Fairbanks - Denali

Behold beautiful scenery as you relax and have breakfast in a deluxe domed railcar on your way to Denali National Park. Upon arrival in Denali, enjoy some free time to explore the Visitors Center. After it’s your choice! Join your Tour Manager on an easy hike and discover wildflowers and gorgeous views in every direction -OR- take a bus into the park where a ranger will introduce you to the park’s sled dogs – the traditional mode of Alaskan wilderness transportation. The evening is yours to discover Denali as you please. Perhaps you’ll enjoy an optional dinner theater outing at the Alaska Cabin Nite Dinner Theater, where the history of Denali is performed by your wait staff. Overnight at Grande Denali Lodge.

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Day 5: July 12 / August 9 / September 6 Denali National Park

Bring your binoculars and camera as you head deep into Denali National Park on a full-day Tundra Wilderness Tour.* Travel over 50 miles into the heart of the park and enjoy a wide range of incredible scenery, narrated history, and some of the best opportunities to view the park’s abundant wildlife.

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Day 6: July 13 / August 10 / September 7 Denali - Talkeetna

Leave Denali National Park behind and step into small-town life in Talkeetna. Check into the iconic Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, perched on a ridge offering unforgettable views of Denali. Perhaps you will take an optional flightseeing tour and witness the park’s breathtaking beauty from the air before landing on a glacier for incomparable views of the Alaskan Range. Later, meet up with a local for a discussion on the down-to-earth Alaskan lifestyle before dinner and beer at one of Alaska’s most popular micro-brewers. Overnight at Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge.

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Day 7: July 14 / August 11 / September 8 Talkeetna - Anchorage

On your way to Anchorage, discover the pastoral charm of Matanuska Valley. Enjoy free time in Palmer for lunch before you take a step into the past with a visit to a Musk Ox Farm. Learn about the Musk Ox project – a sustainable domestication effort that has worked to preserve, protect, and increase awareness for these wooly creatures since 1954. Get acquainted with Anchorage on a panoramic city tour before enjoying an evening at leisure to discover what Alaska’s largest city has to offer. Overnight at Hilton Anchorage.

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Day 8: July 15 / August 12 / September 9 Anchorage

Delve into the area’s indigenous culture this morning at the Alaska Native Heritage Center where you’ll learn about Alaska Native customs, dances, songs local crafts. Head to Whittier and embrace the sheer magnitude of Alaska’s natural beauty on a glacier cruise* through Prince William Sound. Listen to an expert narrate your journey through a geological wonderland as blue skies collide with stark white glaciers and playful otters dip in and out of the calm waters. Tonight, gather at a local restaurant to toast to your journey through America’s last great frontier.

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Day 9: July 16 / August 13 / September 10 Anchorage - Depart

Your Alaskan adventure comes to a close today.

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