based on 9 nights & daily experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Full Board at Camp Denali, and guided hiking
Full Board and activities package at Tutka Bay
Full Board and activities package at Winterlake Lodge
Pricing based on two people sharing.
Stay at luxurious, intimate wilderness lodges Winterlake Lodge and Tutka Bay
Sleep in your own remote cabin in the heart of Denali National Park
Embark on incredible scenic flights by helicopter and plane
Best visited between the months of May and September
Alaska is best visited during the summer months (May to September), when the days are longest and the temperatures are at their peak. This season is ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking, rafting and flightseeing and also coincides with the salmon run and the best times to travel to the wilderness regions.
Experience the very best of Alaska on this active and adventurous itinerary to the Last Frontier. With stays at some of the finest lodgings in the state, you'll be able to visit hidden and remote locations, enjoy unique wildlife sightings and take on adventures unlike anywhere else in the world.
Upon arrival in Anchorage, you will be picked up and taken to your hotel to rest for the evening.
The next day, wake early to collect your hire car and drive four hours north to Denali National Park train depot. From here, you will be picked up by Camp Denali and begin your journey into the park. Your journey will take you via staggering mountain scenery and wandering wildlife. Don't worry, there will be plenty of time for photo opportunities and to ask your guide questions about your surroundings, as well as the wildlife that inhabit the park. With two nights here, spend your time in a remote wilderness location, exploring on naturalist hikes with resident guides, interacting with other guests over great locally sourced food, and attending evening programmes to learn about the ecology, history and culture of the area.
The next day, you'll transfer back to the Denali train depot where you will pick up your car again and drive back to Anchorage. With a few hours to enjoy the city, you might wish to visit the Heritage Centre go shopping or enjoy the culinary delights of Anchorage's restaurants.
Now it's time for your luxury wilderness adventure to begin. Take a small floatplane to the exquisite Winterlake Lodge; a luxury six room private lodge offering guests once in a lifetime helicopter excursions to nearby glaciers, pristine lakes for fly-fishing and hiking the historic Iditarod Trail. Kayak or canoe on Winterlake itself, or raft the Happy River. You'll have three nights here to enjoy the wild landscapes of Alaska's last frontier state, and indulge in complimentary cooking classes, yoga and massage to start or end your days of exploration.
Next, you’ll be flown by private floatplane to Tutka Bay, Winterlake's sister property that lies on the rugged fjord of Kachemak Bay. Sitting on a remote coastline with deep fjords, Tutka Bay gives guests the opportunity for Alaskan adventures on water. With just six rooms, the lodge offers an intimate experience, with hospitality and excellent local food at the heart of what they do. During your stay, take a cooking class, go in search of marine mammals, otters and birdlife on an ocean kayak or enjoy freshwater fishing. Tutka will also take guided bear viewing excursions on the Katmai Peninsula, a true highlight, if the weather permits.
As well as the award-winning cuisine and lodge amenities, a stay at Tutka Bay includes a complimentary massage for each guest, daily yoga and afternoon wine tastings for relaxation and rejuvenation.
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