Alaska Tours

Embark on an Alaskan adventure when you tour through national parks, cruise through icebound sounds or take a journey on the Alaskan rail. Along the way spot grizzly bear, caribou and moose on land, seals, otters and whales in the sea and bald eagles overhead. Learn about the First People, meet modern day pioneers and Iditarod competitors and their huskies.

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7 Days Anchorage to Anchorage

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7 Days Fairbanks to Anchorage

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7 Days Anchorage to Fairbanks

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7 Days Anchorage to Anchorage

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights on a tour of Alaska

Anchorage

Anchorage

Take a tour of the exhibit on the First Peoples of Alaska in the Anchorage Museum and view hundreds of artefacts from centuries of Native Alaskan life.

Fairbanks to Denali National Park by Rail

Fairbanks to Denali National Park by Rail

Wind your way through dramatic passes, mountains and forest, over canyons and rivers on a scenic rail journey from Fairbanks to Denali National Park.

Talkeetna Life

Talkeetna Life

Gain an insight into the modern day Alaskan lifestyle rewards and challenges when you visit a family homestead in Talkeetna and learn about life on the land.

Denali National Park

Denali National Park

As you tour through forest, alpine tundra and over high mountain passes look out for moose, caribou, wolves and grizzly bears. On a clear day you'll be captivated by Denali itself - North America's highest peak.

Cruise Glacier Bay

Cruise Glacier Bay

Cruise the waters of Glacier Bay along icebound shorelines and islands. Marvel at rugged mountains, spruce and hemlock forests, deep fjords and the emerald waters. Spot sea otters, porpoises, seals in the icy waters and bald eagles above.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys in Alaska

Tauck Grand Alaska tour   , NSW, Australia, Aug 2022
Denali was spectacular and thoroughly enjoyed the plane ride up over Denali. The trip into the park was also great and we did see some bears and Dall sheep way off into the distance. The Lodges were all Princess Lodges and were very crowded. Quite a number of us caught COVID so didn't make the cruise which was very disappointing but enjoyed what we ...read more did see.
A wonder-filled tour through Alaska.   , WA, Australia, Jul 2022
We both thoroughly enjoyed our Globus Tour of Alaska. We saw much, learned even more, and that is what we enjoy about these sort of tours. Thanks to Hannah for recommending, and Globus for executing a magnificent tour.
Alaska, the Yukon and a Holland America Cruise of the Inside Passage.     , NSW, Australia, Jul 2022
We had an amazing trip through the Yukon and Alaska, highlights being Dawson City, Whitehorse and Valdez.
The 7 day cruise of the Inside Passage was excellent. The luxury of the cruise ship together with the spectacular scenery made for a memorable holiday.

We have used Global Journeys to book 5 holidays now and highly recommend them for their professionalism ...read more and pleasant approach. Our travel advisor is Hannah Campbell and she goes out of her way to ensure everything is done so we have a worry free trip.
Alaska at its Spectacular Best   , NSW, Australia, Jun 2022
My husband and I have just returned from Globus' 10 day Spectacular Alaska tour and it did not disappoint. Beautiful scenery, icebergs, glaciers and plenty of animals to see. Even Denali was visible which was truly inspiring. Alex our travel director - being a local - was very knowledgeable and had many great stories to tell and Bob our coach driver ...read more was always very professional. There were a few long driving days due to the amount of territory we had to cover but plenty of breaks were provided along the way. Would thoroughly recommend this tour and Globus.

Explore More Your guide to travelling in Alaska

Tours You Can Take from Anchorage

17 September, 2018

Tours You Can Take from Anchorage

Anchorage is the gateway to the incredible landscapes of Alaska and many tours of the region start and finish in this alluring city. One of the most popular destinations to visit from Anchorage is Denali National Park, where the highest mountain peak in North America towers over the rugged...

Everything You Need to Know About Alaska’s Inside Passage

05 September, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Alaska’s Inside Passage

A cruise through Alaska’s Inside Passage is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and something worth considering if you are a nature enthusiast or just love holidaying amidst spectacular scenery (who doesn’t?!). If the Inside Passage is on your radar, then here is a brief guide to help you make...

Common Questions Common questions about touring in Alaska

What is the best time to visit Alaska?
The primary tourist season in Alaska runs from May to September with peak season being June to August. The weather in Alaska can be unpredictable but by mid-June, all summer activities are open and available. The cruise season operates over the same months. Mid-June to mid-July is considered to be the height of...read more summer and so demand and prices will be higher then too. More competitive pricing may be found in early May at the beginning of the season and towards the end, in late September. 
Is 7 days enough to tour Alaska?
You can see a lot in 7 days in Alaska and it is a popular length for many itineraries, giving you a great overview of Alaska's breathtaking scenery and exciting experiences. Combining a land journey with a cruise of the Inside...read more Passage will offer a more extensive exploration of Alaska's unique landscapes and culture while giving you another amazing perspective as you cruise past densely forested islands, coastal bays, fjords and waterways. With many of the longer itineraries starting or finishing in Vancouver you get the chance to extend your Alaska travels into Canada as well.

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