Alaska Trip Add Ons

Alaska Wildland Adventures operates fine trips that link together Denali National Park, Kenai Fjords National Park, Chugach National Forest, and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Each Alaska Wildland Adventures' trip lends itself to a wide range of activities, wildlife viewing opportunities, and unique ecosystems. If you'd like to further expand your travels to experience more of wild Alaska, our helpful staff can assist you with arranging a special trip addition.

We have sought out a wide and diverse array of Alaska Trip Add-Ons operated by other like-minded Alaska companies. While Alaska Wildland Adventures does not operate these trips, we highly recommend them. From small ship cruising to brown bear viewing to arctic experiences, you can cover all of Alaska when you combine an Alaska Wildland Adventures trip with one or more of our suggested Trip Add-Ons.

Prices and dates are subject to change without notice.

For Alaska Trip Add-Ons, additional deposits will apply in accordance with the specific Trip Add-On and operator. These deposit terms will be explained at the time of booking.

Denali Kantishna Explorer: From our point of view, the key to having a quality Denali experience is to spend at least three nights in the Kantishna region, deep within the wilderness preserve and well away from the crowded Denali Park entrance. All transportation from Anchorage, accommodations and most meals and activities are included in this unguided Alaska adventure package.

Denali Kantishna Adventure: Camp Denali, one of the first nature lodges in Alaska (1951), features a unique hillside location that offers guests views of Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range (weather permitting). Private guest cabins feature a comfortable, yet rustic, setting, with wood-burning stoves and propane lighting. Each cabin has a private outhouse, with a modern central bathhouse area near the lodge providing hot showers, changing rooms and other conveniences of home.

Lindblad Expeditions: Since 1982, this Alaska tour has explored the magnificent Inside Passage with a small number of guests in the company of naturalists with a full day spent in Glacier Bay National Park.

Discovery Voyages: The Kayak and Hiking Voyage features longer hikes and sea kayaking excursions catering to those seeking a more physical experience with Alaska's natural world: trek mountain meadows of this magnificent area and smell the wildflowers, dip kayak paddles in pristine saltwater, and capture secret moments of solitude with the abundant marine life whom call Prince William Sound Home. All activities are guided and offer the flexibility to cater to a varying degrees of physical activity. That said, this trip does lend itself to those seeking active adventure.

Bear Viewing at Katmailand: The famed bear viewing at Brooks Falls is only a short walk from Katmailand's Brooks Lodge. As many as fifty bears can be viewed fishing along the mile and a half long Brooks River during the peak of the salmon season.

Barrow Arctic Tour: Barrow is an exciting Alaska destination that you won't want to miss when planning your vacation. This city is rich in cultural history, tradition, and spectacular landscapes that will leave you with an unforgettable view of Alaska.

Arctic Ocean Adventure: Travel to the shores of the Arctic Ocean along the rugged and extremely remote Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay. You will make several crossings along the way: the Yukon River; the Arctic Circle; and the Brooks Mountain range. There are many opportunities for wildlife sightings including grizzly bears, caribou, and the unique musk ox. Arrive at the Arctic Ocean, and tour the start of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Round trip from Fairbanks.