Alaska National Parks Land Tour

Featuring Anchorage, Denali National Park and Kenai Fjords National Park

  • Date

    August 22-29, 2019 | Thu / Thu 8 Days

  • Location

    Anchorage | Denali National Park | Seward & Kenai Fjords National Park


Wildlife watching is a highlight of this trip: Watch for bear, moose, caribou, mountain goats, whales, sea lions, sea otters, bald eagles, osprey, puffins, and hundreds of other bird species, especially in coastal regions.

This Alaskan land adventure tour is a great introduction to the national parks of America’s Last Frontier and the state’s most popular wildlife!

Travel by way of the stunning Parks Highway on your way to Denali National Park, Alaska’s most popular park, and spend two nights in a park lodge. Denali is six million acres of wild land, and culminates in North America’s tallest peak, the 20,000-foot Denali (formerly Mount McKinley). Here you can spend your time with complimentary activities or splurge for optional tours to river raft, flightsee, take a jet boat safari, or visit an award-winning Iditarod dog kennel.

Ride in a deluxe dome railcar on your way to the quaint town of Talkeetna. Travel along the scenic Turnagain Arm on your way to Kenai Fjords National Park, where nearly 40 glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield.

Hear what past guests have to say about traveling with Ambassadair

“An enjoyable and scenic introduction to Alaska. We were fortunate to see glaciers, lots of wildlife and Denali!”

“Busy. Covers lots of territory. Good overview of Alaska.”


  • Scenic wildlife and glacier cruise in Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Deluxe hotels including the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge with views of Denali and the Alaska Range
  • Ride deluxe dome railcars from Denali National Park to Talkeetna
  • Two nights in Denali National Park including a Tundra Wilderness Tour deep into the park


  • Locally hosted
  • 7 nights hotel accommodations
  • 10 meals
  • Sightseeing and admissions per itinerary
  • Ground transportation (motorcoach, dome train)


Thu, Aug 22: Fly into Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city. Meet your Alaska guide and transfer to your hotel.

Fri, Aug 23: Denali National Park. Board the motorcoach for a journey north to Denali National Park. The route follows the scenic Parks Highway making several stops along the way. Watch for a glimpse of majestic Denali and wildlife. A Welcome Dinner is included this evening. (Meals: Breakfast, Dinner)

Sat, Aug 24: Denali National Park. This morning, travel deep into Denali National Park on the Tundra Wilderness Tour and search the vast wilderness for bear, moose, caribou, and Dall sheep. This six-to-eight-hour journey is narrated, allowing for insight into the animals, flora and fauna of this spectacular region and includes a snack on the bus. Enjoy the remainder of the day exploring this pristine area at leisure by either participating in a complimentary park service activity or optional tour. There are many from which to choose, including mild or wild-river rafting, flightseeing, a jet boat safari on the Nenana River, or a visit to an Iditarod champion’s award-winning dog kennel. (B,S)

Sun, Aug 25: Denali National Park & Talkeetna. This morning is at leisure for optional tours. Transfer to the Denali Rail Depot to board a deluxe dome railcar for a scenic rail journey south to the quaint town of Talkeetna, which began as a trading post when gold was first discovered in the Susitna River. (B)

Mon, Aug 26: Anchorage & Seward. Today’s grand adventure sets a course to Seward, gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Travel along the scenic Turnagain Arm, and keep an eye out for Dall sheep high up in the rocky cliffs, as well as moose, bears, and eagles. Check in to the hotel in Seward for two nights. (B)

Tue, Aug 27: Seward & Kenai Fjords National Park. Spend the morning exploring the coastal community of Seward.Board a glacier and wildlife cruise and travel through majestic Kenai Fjords National Park. Pass by the face of a glacier and keep your eyes open for seals, sea lions, sea otters, whales, walrus, bears, eagles, and puffins throughout this half-day exploration cruise with lunch included. (B,L)

Wed, Aug 28: Anchorage. Ride the motorcoach to Anchorage. Enjoy a city tour, which includes the historic downtown district. Visit the Anchorage Museum, a world-class museum that seeks to preserve, exhibit and interpret the art and history of Alaska. Tonight, share stories of your Alaskan adventure with your traveling companions at a Farewell Dinner. (B,D)

Thu, Aug 29: Transfer to the Anchorage airport and fly home. (B)

Hotels on this tour are based on the following or similar. Specific hotels are subject to change.


Anchorage Hilton, Anchorage

Anchorage Hilton, Anchorage.
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Anchorage, the Hilton Anchorage has an extensive Alaskan art collection and guestrooms have magnificent views of the Chugach Mountain Range, Cook Inlet or the city. Highlights: comfortable, modern guestrooms • in-room coffee/tea maker • high-speed Internet access (fees apply) • restaurant • bar • room service • lobby coffee kiosk • high-speed Internet access • fitness center • indoor pool • gift shop.

Seward Windsong Lodge, Seward

Seward Windsong Lodge, Seward.
Nestled on the edge of a protected tidal lagoon, the Glacier Lodge offers miles of pristine beachfront and breathtaking views of stunning Pedersen Glacier. Highlights: charming and spacious guest cabins with private baths • TV • restaurant • bar • complimentary wireless Internet access.

Denali Park Village

Denali Park Village.
This cozy lodge is located in the heart of Alaska’s magnificent interior, with awe-inspiring views of some of the most pristine geography on earth. The main lodge has warm log architecture with a rock fireplace which welcomes you back after a full day in Denali National Park. Highlights: spacious guestrooms with private baths • in-room coffee/tea maker • Wi-Fi Internet access available in lobby • restaurant • saloon/bar • coffee shop • shuttle service.

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, Talkeetna

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, Talkeetna.
Set on a ridge above the small community of Talkeetna on the south side of Denali, this rustic-styled, luxurious lodge offers unforgettable views of Denali and the Alaska Range. Relax nest to the 46-foot tall river rock fireplace. Recipient of Wine Spectator magazine’s prestigious “Award of Excellence.” Owned by Native Alaskan Tribes. Highlights: spacious guestrooms • full private baths • in-room coffee makers and refrigerators • satellite TVs • Wi-Fi Internet access (fees apply – free in the business center on hotel computers) • two restaurants • coffee shop • gift shop • complimentary shuttle service into Talkeetna.


  • Land Only
  • Double P/P – $2,499
  • Single – $3,349

Reserve Your Spot

0 + 2 = ?