• Aarp Logo Red
    AARP Members Save $100 AARP SAVE $100 on select vacations booked with us on select vacations
    Learn More
Back To Top

Alaska Tours

Filter Vacations

Going to Alaska? Brace yourself for the scenery of a lifetime. Gleaming glaciers, snow-capped mountain ranges, misty fjords and rivers bubbling with spawning salmon will captivate you in our enormous northernmost state.

Denali crowns the remote, rugged landscape. The highest peak in North America at over 20,000 feet, it’s home to grizzly bears, wolves, moose and caribou. Between Anchorage and Fairbanks, the massive Denali National Park and Preserve protects over six million acres of unspoiled mountains, forests and meadows.

Admire the wonders of the wild Alaskan coast from the sea as you ply the icy, pristine waters of Kenai Fjords National Park and Prince William Sound. Taste the salty mist that rises when a glacier caves, dropping a massive chunk of ice into the sea.

Lucky passengers will glimpse orcas, humpbacks or gray whales breaking the surface and diving. Commercial and recreational fishing flourishes – you may witness a thrilled angler hauling in a salmon or halibut weighing 50 pounds or more.

Hop on a jetboat up the Chulitna River, where a trapper’s cabin will convey the astonishing courage and resiliency of Alaskan hunters, trappers and gold prospectors.

In a land where the summer sun barely dips below the horizon, long days make up for the short season. Stop by a farm in the fertile Matanuska Valley where vegetables of legendary, record-breaking proportions are grown.

Grand European Travel makes sure your Alaska tour packages deliver, with curated experiences like meeting a climber who has ascended (and descended!) Denali and meeting a four-time winner of the Iditarod dogsled race. Also on some Alaska tours: visiting a wildlife rehabilitation center, a musk ox farm dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture, and the impressive Alaska Native Heritage Center where you’ll savor an exclusive presentation on Agutak (Inuit ice cream).