Alaska – beautiful and delightful, yet still wild and inaccessible. Traveling through it is an adventure full of exciting impressions and breathtaking views. We will go on a dog-sled ride, ride a roller coaster, visit charming cities such as: Talkeetna, Denali, Fairbanks, Valdez and Seward. We are going on a tour of Denali and Kenai national parks. We will spend time at the foot of the highest mountain of North America – McKinnley. We will sail on an unforgettable cruise through the wonderful fjords. We will admire the beautiful views, glaciers and unspoiled coast. We feel the wild nature of Alaska on our own skin. There will be an opportunity to see, among others, bears, elks, foxes, wolves, several species of whales, porpoises, sea lions, common seals and colorful puffins. Meet this amazing land with us and see what makes Alaska so fascinating and attractive to travelers from around the world.

The Tour’s Program

Day 1: Departure from Warsaw.
Flight to Alaska with 2 transfers, in Europe and the USA. Arrival to Anchorage. Private transfer from the airport to the hotel.
Accommodation: Hilton Hotel or similar

Day 2: From Anchorage to Talkeetna. Distance: 113 miles / 181 km
Drive north on the beautiful scenic Highway Parksway to the historic and charming city of Talkeetna. Stop in Willow and a visit to a sled dogs kennel, where we’ll find out more about what role these sled dogs have in Alaska. Waiting for us, a ride guided by sled dogs through a forest. In the afternoon and evening, free time in the town of Talkeetna.
Accommodation: Talkeetna Alaska Lodge or similar

Day 3: Talkeetna Denali National Park. Distance: 153 miles / 245 km
In the morning, a private transfer to Talkeetna Railway Station. We board the famous Alaska Railroad train, which in luxurious conditions will take us to Denali, a small town in the Denali National Park, at the foot of the highest mountain in America, McKinnley. In the evening, free time for walks and admiring nature.
Accommodation: McKinley Village Lodge or similar

Day 4: Denali Tour National Park
Departure early in the morning in the wild Denali National Park – it will be a great opportunity to see and photograph the amazing nature in Alaska: see bears, elks, caribou, sheep, foxes and maybe even elusive wolves – do not forget the camera! During the trip, a lunch box with snacks and drinks.
Late afternoon and evening – free time.
Accommodation: McKinley Village Lodge or similar

Day 5: Denali to Fairbanks. Distance: 125 miles / 200 km
Private transfer to Fairbanks. visiting the town. A visit to the Museum of the North, where we will get to know the natural, cultural and mining history of Alaska.
Accommodation in Fairbanks: Springhill Suites or similar

Day 6: Fairbanks
An eventful day! We get on the Tanana Valley Railroad train, which will take us straight to the golden interior of Alaska – an abandoned gold mine. We will learn an interesting history of gold mining, visit the mining camp and try our luck in rinsing gold.

In the afternoon we will sail on the rivers Chena and Tanana on the only authentic river cutter in Alaska. We will meet sled dogs again, visit the replica of the trapper’s house, visit the village of the Chena tribe and learn about the culture of Athabascan Indians who have lived here for centuries.
Accommodation: Springhill Suites or similar

Day 7: Fairbanks to Valdez. Distance: 368 miles / 589 km
Today we will start our journey south to the seaside port of Valdez – on the way, we will enjoy the postcard mountain scenery along the Richardson Highway route. We will stop at the top of the Thompson Pass and admire the panorama of the Chugach Mountains – this magnificent area, surrounded by glaciers and granite peaks, receives some of the largest snowfall in North America.
Accommodation in Valdez: Best Western Habor View Inn or similar

Day 8: Valdez to Seward
Departure early in the morning from the port of Valdez to the city of Whittier – drive through the famous Alaska Marine Highway, and then cruise on one of the most picturesque reservoirs in the world: Prince William Sound!

Then drive south to the historic coastal fishing village of Seward. Distance from Whittier to Seward: 91 miles / 146 km
Free time in Seward.
Accommodation: Seward Windsong Lodge or similar

Day 9: Kenai National Park
Today we will take an unforgettable cruise through the wonderful fjords of the Kenai National Park. Beautiful views of nature, glaciers, pristine coasts, as well as a great opportunity to see several species of whales, porpoises, sea lions, sea otters, common seals and colorful puffins.
Accommodation: Seward Windsong Lodge or similar

Day 10: Seward to Girdwood. Distance: 90 miles / 145 km
Drive through the Turnagain pass to the other side of the Chugah mountain range.

Target Girdwood today – the only tourist resort in Alaska, located in a lush alpine valley only a few km from the coast.

In the afternoon, a rollercoaster ride to the northern majestic side of the Alyeska Mountain – there will be a panoramic view of the rocky peaks, huge hanging glaciers, glistening waters and lush grass under the valley.
Accommodation: Hotel Alyeska in Alyeska Resort

Day 11: Seward to Anchorage. Distance: 39 miles / 63 km
Transfer to Anchorage, city tours – historic center, Earthquake Park and Lake Hood.
In the afternoon, travel to the airport and the end of the adventure.

Day 12: Arrival to Poland
End of the event


  • USD 4229 plus airline flights at a group of min. 10 people
  • 3669 USD plus flights with a group of at least 15 people

Price includes:

  • private minibus transfers
  • 10 nights in 4 * hotels plus luggage service
  • 2.5 hours trip with dog sleds
  • transfer by luxury train from Talkeetna to Denali
  • 7-8 hours trip to the tundra in the Denali National Park
  • visiting the city of Fairbanks
  • admission to the Museum of the North
  • boat trip on the river in Fairbanks – 3.5 hours
  • passing the Girdwood scenic route
  • visiting the city of Anchorage
  • 2 lunches during all-day trips in national parks
  •  all taxes

The price does not include:

  • meals
  • tips for the driver
  • attractions not listed in the program