Located on the edge of the Bering Sea on the southwest side of the Seward Peninsula, Nome is a vital hub for Northwest Alaska. Nome’s colorful Gold Rush history is set within the framework of 10,000 years of Inupiaq Eskimo richness. A history of survival through a subsistence lifestyle, a tradition and way of life that today still underscores the vibrancy of the people that call this region home.
Experience a rare opportunity to witness daily life for the individuals that call the Far North home and the bonds they share with the surrounding culture, landscape and creatures that reside here. In a small group setting with a local guide your experience is sure to be authentic Alaska. Single day tours or multi-day packages for exploring this unique destination are available.