Alaska Private Tour History
Influential History

The U.S. purchased America’s largest state from Russia in 1867 yet Alaskan history is deeply intertwined with its indigenous populations, who have lived on this land for thousands of years. From the Alaska Native tribes to prospectors from the gold rush era, its pivotal role in WWII, and the iconic Iditarod Trail, the state's history is a tapestry of significant events and industries. Present-day Alaska showcases its rich cultural and environmental characteristics, with a strong emphasis on sustainability and conservation efforts. The locals actively take part in preserving their historical and cultural heritage, ensuring that Alaska's past is never forgotten, and its future is protected. Incorporate history into your Alaska private tour.



Unforgettable Excursions

The variety of excursions and outdoor adventures accessible from Alaska is unparalleled. Travelers can embark on family-friendly activities such as cruises through the Inside Passage, guided nature walks, gold-panning, and sea kayaking trips suitable for all ages. Adventurous pursuits include heli-skiing, glacier hiking, white-water rafting, private fishing charters, wildlife viewing excursions, or dog sledding. Notable destinations of Juneau, Ketchikan and Anchorage offer a plethora of attractions, including impressive museums, historic landmarks, and vibrant cultural scenes. Transportation options include scenic train rides, seaplane excursions, and private helicopter or yacht charters, ensuring convenient and memorable journeys to these unforgettable destinations. Incorporate excursions into your Alaska private tour.

Natural Landscapes

From endless forests to compelling wildlife, Alaska's biodiversity is incomparable. Experiencing towering mountains, vast glaciers, formidable fjords, hot springs, alpine meadows and dense forests with 24-hour daylight during the summer months and 24-hour darkness during the winter is a marvel to behold. The unique ecosystems provide a habitat for countless wildlife species, including grizzly bears, moose, bald eagles, caribou and whales. Visitors and locals can immerse themselves in these natural experiences through activities such as wildlife hikes, kayaking amidst icebergs, or hiking through the untamed wilderness. Alaska's natural wonders offer an escape from the ordinary, allowing travelers to witness the beauty and raw power of nature up close. Incorporate landscapes into your Alaska private tour.

Delectable Dining

Alaska's culinary landscape is a testament to the state's diverse cultural influences and rich natural resources. Signature menus crafted by renowned chefs include fresh seafood such as wild Alaskan salmon, halibut, and king crab from some of the world’s most pristine waters. Fearless gourmands may enjoy exotic game dishes of local caribou, bear or moose, finished with foraged wildberry Akutaq. Throughout the state, the Alaskan dining scene offers a variety of international cuisines, ranging from Asian fusion to innovative farm-to-table menus. Popular dining spots can be found in the major cities, showcasing the state's commitment to sustainable practices while celebrating Alaska’s natural bounty. Incorporate cuisine into your Aalaska private tour.


Alaska Private Tour Lifestyle
Authentic Lifestyle

Alaskans lead a life deeply intertwined with nature, embracing a unique rhythm shaped by seasonal shifts while demonstrating respect for the indigenous cultures that have thrived in this region for millennia. Renowned for their welcoming hospitality, locals enjoy cultural pursuits and outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and dog sledding, immersing themselves in the breathtaking landscapes that surround them, evident in the art, music, and festivals that are celebrated throughout the state. Iconic brands and attractions like Alaskan Brewing Co. and the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, or native art galleries and traditional craft markets, contribute to the authentic and vibrant lifestyle of Alaska. Incorporate authentic lifestyle into your Alaska private tour.


Alaska Private Tour Architecture
Eclectic Architecture

The state's architectural philosophy takes into account the region's extreme climate, rugged landscapes, and historical influences. Alaska's unique blend of traditional Indigenous design, Russian influences, Gold Rush-era buildings, rugged log cabins, and contemporary designs coalesce seamlessly giving its cities an eclectic architectural flavor. Iconic Orthodox churches, upscale wilderness lodges, and the modernist Anchorage Museum embody Alaska's diverse architectural spirit associated with its breathtaking views, open spaces, and harmonious integration with the environment. Incorporate architecture into your Alaska private tour.