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Alaska Adventure Holidays

Alaska Holidays

Exodus’ holidays to Alaska will open your eyes to one of the great wildernesses of the world, the last American frontier. For years the most neglected part of the union, it now has a firmly established reputation for both oil and tourism.

The sheer scope of Alaska is quite daunting, with 5000 glaciers, including one the size of Switzerland, and vast areas of uninhabited wilderness. Its total area is over 1,000,000 sq km, yet there are only about 500,000 permanent residents. By far the largest state in the USA, it features enormous empty tundra plains, mountains, glaciers, rivers and forests – all this, combined with a fascinating history, means our Alaska holidays are packed with adventure and discovery.

With us, you’ll be able to cruise around the Kenai Fjords National Park, take in the stunning Worthington Glacier, kayak in Kachemak Bay or revel in a float plane tour of Lake Clark National Park in search of bears. There is nothing quite like getting in touch with nature and basking in the glory of the great outdoors, and our spectacular Alaska Holidays promise an adventure you’ll never forget.

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Alaska Adventure Holidays

Alaskan Highlights

From glaciers to grizzly bears, see the natural wonders of America's largest and wildest state, Alaska

Culture
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
11 Days from £3,439
Guided
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Yukon and Alaska Walk

Explore some of the most scenic and untouched natural areas on planet Earth

Walking & Trekking
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Moderate
14 Days from £2,739
Guided
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This is truly the trip of a lifetime. It was everything we wanted in terms of wildlife viewing,...

Emma Dart, 2017 Alaskan Wildlife & Wilderness

An amazing holiday to a stunning, unspoiled and primal part of the world. The itinerary is...

Steve Johnson, 2016 Alaskan Wildlife & Wilderness

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