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Stunning glaciers, amazing wildlife and indigenous culture

Alaska is often described as “the last frontier”, and this is a destination for the truly adventurous. Here you’ll have the opportunity to marvel at the myriad of dramatic landscapes that characterise this northerly part of the world, from glaciers and mountains to beautiful alpine flowers and crystal clear lakes. 

Avid wildlife lovers might be lucky enough to spot grizzly bear, moose, wolverines or foxes in their native habitat. In Ketchikan you can learn about the history and culture of the indigenous people who call Alaska home, as well as the history of other groups of people who migrated to this region and contribute to its rich culture - Norwegian fisherman, Asian traders and English entrepreneurs. Cruising through the National Parks gives you a sense of scale and awe that will make you feel truly humble. 

Choose from our Alaska cruise and land packages on offer below, or contact your nearest World Travellers consultant to craft a unique Alaskan adventure that meets your needs, interests and budget.

Things you should know about Alaska

Russia sold Alaska to the United States in 1872.

17 of the USA's 20 highest peaks can be found in Alaska, including Denali, the highest mountain in North America.

Alaska has 100,000 glaciers, of which 616 have been officially named.

Ready to begin your next big adventure?

Give us a call, or head into your nearest World Travellers store. Our experienced travel advisors create unique trips so you can experience the world in new and exciting ways.