Alaska Top Ten Travel Ideas
Ideas for working with your Alaska Custom Tour Planner
1 – Riding the school bus through Denali Park
2 – Watch calving glaciers, whales and sea lions on a sea cruise
3 – Take a helicopter ride to a glacier
4 – Visit the Far North to see the Aurora Borealis
5 – Cruise the Inland passage to Juneau
6 – Experience the Eskimo culture
7 – Go kayaking in the Kenai Peninsula
8 – Spot a Kodiak bear feeding along a river bank
9 – Watch the Iditarod race
10 – Pan for gold in Fairbanks
Alaska Custom Travel Planners
Need help with an Alaska custom tour? Choose from this curated list of Alaska custom travel planners and specialists to help design your private tour.
We suggest enlisting the help of an Alaska Custom Travel planner when planning your trip to the amazing and exhilarating state. A travel expert who knows Alaska can introduce you to all the resources and options that will make your trip special.
The following list is compiled from travel writers, travel experts and our readers. An independent tour, designed just for you and personalized to your needs, is often the best way to get the most out of your travel experience.
Conde Nast Alaska Travel Expert
Travel & Leisure A-List
Wendy Perrin’s WOW List
Read Michelle’s Insider’s Guide to Alaska.
Additional Alaska Custom Travel Planners Ideas
Alaska Custom Travel Planner: Don Wray: Exposure Alaska
Email: none listed – inquiry form on website
Website: Exposure Alaska
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Alaska Tourism Website Information
From the website:
“Alaska visitors can experience the state’s unique Native culture through many avenues including totem carving, Native dancing, the blanket toss, traditional music, crafts and festivals as well as cultural and historical museums, heritage centers and academics. Whether you want to explore Alaska’s vibrant Native culture or other artistic and intellectual attractions like music festivals, local artisan handiwork, Russian iconography or museum exhibits, a long list of things to do and see awaits you.”