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Alaska

Discover the wilderness of Alaska.

  • Salmon is abundant during the summer, bringing out grizzlies to gorge on the feast.

  • Keep watch for bald eagles atop the tall spruce trees.

  • Find sea lions on the rocky shores of Kodiak Island.

  • Most Alaska trips provide opportunities to kayak in calm, glacier-fed waters.

Whether you’re exploring the inner heart of Denali National Park or are captivated watching bears fish for salmon at Brooks Falls, our Alaska itineraries take you beyond the typical tourist destinations and into more hidden, wilder places.

Available Tours

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Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari
Explore the "less-discovered" wilderness of Alaska, away from tourist routes. Itinerary highlights include Brooks Falls, Kenai Fjords, and Denali National Park.
13-day tours from $8,995

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Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Photo Safari
Travel to the remote wilderness of Alaska with an expert photographer/naturalist as your guide. Itinerary highlights include Brooks Falls, Kenai Fjords, and Denail National Park.
14-day tours from $9,995

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Alaska's Coastal Grizzlies: Kodiak to Katmai
Venture by ship to the summer home of more than 2,000 brown bears. Itinerary highlights include Kodiak Island and Katmai National Park.
7 and 8-day tours from $7,595

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Ultimate Grizzlies: Kodiak to Katmai Photo Tour
Cruise along the coast of Alaska for unparalleled bear photography. Itinerary highlights include Kodiak Island and Katmai National Park.
8-day tours from $7,895

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Exploring Alaska's Coastal Wilderness
An intimate voyage through the wildlife-rich inside passage of Southeast Alaska, a verdant wilderness of icy fjords and forested islands. Itinerary highlights include Tracy Arm, Petersburg, Frederick Sound, Point Adolphus and Glacier Bay National Park.
8-day tours from $6,290


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Alaska Cruise or Authentic Alaska? The Choice is Yours
Five Reasons You Should Take an Adventure Cruise
5 Meaningful Ways Eco-Travelers Make a Difference

WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF's Work
In Alaska, WWF works to protect wildlife and its habitat— sheltering salmon populations from overfishing, advocating oil spill protection and fighting climate change.

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