Highlights - Discover the glacier by helicopter; Bear Watching at Hoonah; Hike or bike around Prince of Wales Island... Read more ...
Highlights - Experience the dramatic sounds of the glacier ‘calving’, visit Alaska’s oldest and most scenic towns, cruise Inside Passage, Vancouver with its stunning skyline. Read more ...
Highlights - Cruise 60 miles upbay to Grand Pacific and Margerie glaciers; View an astounding variety of native species; Take time for skiff operations and sea kayaking in Saginaw Bay... Read more ...
Best time to be there
Make the most of long days and the best weather by travelling between June and September during this time the days are long (19 hours of daylight in June) and nature is in full bloom. Sadly the weather in this part of the world isn't predictable. During the summertime days can be pleasantly warm, even hot, but this can be followed in equal measure by rain, fog and then sun again.
Seattle (10 hrs) and then onto Anchorage (3 hrs 40) or Juneau (2 hrs 30)
GMT -8 hours
ESTA Visa required for UK Passport Holders
Travel insurance is highly recommended as health bills can be high in the USA.
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Pristine waters, wild and dramatic landscape, amazing wildlife and sheer emptiness are the major draw cards for visitors to Alaska. This largest state of the US is still a new destination for many British travellers and remains an undiscovered gem.
With much of the travel across the state by seaplane, getting around is half the fun. For lovers of adventure, there are innumerable hikes, mountain trails, caves to explore and rivers to kayak. Abercrombie & Kent will take this huge area with all its natural beauty and design the ultimate personal experience for you.
Suggested Alaska Accommodation Offers
Winterlake Lodge is a northern oasis of amazing scenery, sophisticated comfort and wilderness adventure. Nearly 200 miles northwest of Anchorage, Carl and Kirsten Dixon’s remote lodge...
The Hotel Captain Cook is the only true luxury hotel in Anchorage, America's gateway to the Pacific Rim. As Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage is the thriving hub of the state with great restaurants, art galleries...
On the tranquil shores of Icy Straits in Gustavus is The Glacier Bay Bear Track Inn. Just 14 spacious guest rooms feature hand-crafted log furniture and details.
The Hotel Alyeska has a pristine setting, tucked away in the Chugach Mountains on Alaska's south central coast in the quaint town of Girdwood, just 40 miles south of Anchorage.
Park Superintendent Grant Pearson's rustic log cabin still stands on the five acres where North Face Lodge was built in 1973 on a tundra meadow in the Moose Creek Valley.
to speak to a travel consultant
That is why you use a travel agent and a company like A&K because you are always taken care of not only at the point of sale but during the travel, and after your return home if the need should arise.
- GJ, Tour Consultant
Save the Albatross
Is devoted to helping save the albatross and other seabirds from becoming accidently tangled in deep sea fishing lines, and dying needlessly.
Winter Solstice with Abercrombie & Kent
Relax on a beach in Thailand or explore diverse wildlife in the Galapagos Islands, whatever travel experience you're looking for we've some winter savings to help you get there so this winter get out of drizzly Britain and explore the world with Abercrombie & Kent.