Alaska is known for its vast and varied landscapes, from rugged coastline to soaring mountains to Arctic tundra, providing habitat for a diverse array of wildlife. Seeing these animals for yourself on a wildlife viewing tour is an experience like no other, whether you’re marveling at a humpback whale breaching in Kenai Fjords National Park, watching bears feed at the famous Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, witnessing an immense herd of caribou migrating in Gates of the Arctic National Park, or simply watching a moose slowly meandering down the street in Anchorage.
Wildlife tours and packages are the ideal way to see Alaska wildlife in a convenient, fun, and safe manner. These tours are led by knowledgeable guides who take you to the best wildlife viewing spots in Alaska during the peak time for viewing specific species. Popular options include bear viewing, birding for life-list species not found anywhere else on the planet, and day cruising to view Alaska’s marine life up close and personal. Some tours focus on wildlife photography, while others take you to remote destinations to view spectacular migrations and rare species.
From Alaska’s national parks to remote islands to the open ocean, a wildlife tour is the best way to see Alaska’s wildest residents — the amazing and diverse wildlife.
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