The demand to see America's last wild and untamed “last frontier” continues to surge in recent years.
Alaska has more national park land and protected wilderness than the
rest of the United States combined. The Alaska experiences include: mighty glaciers, Native American art and culture, historic gold rush towns, exquisite snowcapped peaks and wildlife such as brown bears, black bears, bald eagles, whales, sea otters and seals.
The best Alaska season is the summer months, from mid-May to mid-September. The summer offers the widest range of tours and adventures for visitors along with temperatures that range from the mid-50s to the mid-80s, depending on what region of the state you visit. Travel during a “shoulder season” – early May
or late September – to find better prices and more availability than during the middle of the summer.
Our Alaska experts have more than 30 years of experience arranging Alaska cruises, land vacations and hand-picked tour options that highlight the best of Alaska.