Brown bear fishing for salmon
Enter an untamed wilderness that allows opportunities to have up close experiences with the natural wonders of Alaska. Moose, caribou, brown & black bears, and bald eagles greet you as you explore by land. While cruising, keep an eye out for humpback whales, orcas, otters, and porpoises. Zodiac and kayak excursions give access to more remote areas by twisting through a labyrinth of glaciers, icebergs, fjords and rivers. Exploring these remote areas maximize the possibilities of wildlife sightings.
Denali National Park's six million acres of land provide refuge to Alaska's native wildlife. With a solitary road winding through the park, animals are free to roam the wide open, unfenced spaces. Travelers get to observe wildlife in a natural environment and as they have lived for ages. Immerse yourself into the wild and take in the sights, sounds, and adventures of Denali.
Seals, sea lions, mink, and marten abound in Tongass National Forest. Attempt salmon fishing in Ketchikan, Alaska's southernmost city and the “salmon capital of the world”. Misty Fjords National Monument is a haven for mountain goats and Sitka deer. Wild exploration in its most natural state is possible most anywhere in the vast lands of Alaska.