Tours and Trip Packages to Anchorage in September 2024

Traveling to Anchorage in September 2024? We offer 5+ tours, trips and vacation packages to Anchorage in September 2024. Our Anchorage in September 2024 tour packages and trips have many customer reviews. All the Anchorage September 2024 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Anchorage tour operators.

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Jewels of Alaska

Jewels of Alaska

7 days adventure tour in USA, visiting Anchorage, Talkeetna, and Denali National Park.
USD 5,038
Alaska Explorer

Alaska Explorer

6 days museum and gallery visits tour visiting Anchorage and Fairbanks in USA.
USD 1,646
Alaska: America’s Last Frontier

Alaska: America’s Last Frontier

9 days national parks trip visiting Anchorage and Fairbanks in USA.
USD 5,099
Hiking in Denali National Park

Hiking in Denali National Park

6 days active and outdoor trip visiting Anchorage and Denali National Park in USA.
USD 2,660
Majestic Alaska

Majestic Alaska

10 days natural landmarks sightseeing trip to Vancouver and Anchorage traveling through Canada and USA.
USD 4,482
Alaska Glaciers and Wildlife 8D/7N (From Archorage)

Alaska Glaciers and Wildlife 8D/7N (From Archorage)

8 days adventure tour visiting Anchorage in USA.
USD 2,518
The Ultimate Alaska Grand Adventure

The Ultimate Alaska Grand Adventure

8 days national parks tour visiting Anchorage and Fairbanks in USA.
USD 2,393
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    Anchorage September 2024 Tour Reviews

    WILDLIFE & WILDERNESS OF ALASKA
    5 - Excellent
    • Anonymous
    An amazing wildlife tour, Alaska is beautifulwith an overwhelminglandscape. The tour includeda variety of activities for different abilities. The camping is 'rustic', with good facilities. Our leaders Mark and Alia werefriendly, helpfuland very organised.
    Alaska - Endless Landscape
    5 - Excellent
    • Anonymous
    An amazing holiday to a stunning, unspoiled and primal part of the world. The itinerary is activity-packed but never really feels forced: there is plenty of time to take in the changing landscapes and animals that you meet each day. Not a trip for someone who doesn't like glaciers, mountains, breathtaking scenery and wildlife living our their lives as Nature intended.
    5 - Excellent
    • Anonymous
    We had a great trip, with a fun group of people, including our informative, multi-talented and hard working guide. We saw a great range of landscapes and wildlife and enjoyed the range of activities and not being stuck in the van most of the time. Particularly enjoyed the energetic hike to the Bonanza Mine and the view from the tops. Staying at the same accommodation for several nights made things more relaxed. The flight into Wrangell-St.Elias was good, despite the poor weather, and probably would have been great with better weather. We were disappointed that our request for twin beds had not been passed on to the accommodation providers, which resulted in a couple of poor nights sleep. We raised this with the guide the first evening, who contacted the company owner who was going to try to sort it out for the rest of the trip. Put at one of the later accommodations I was told that they had had no contact from the company about providing twin beds for us and when they contacted the company got a reply along the lines of "Oh, I thought I'd contacted you about it". We were also disappointed with the rooms at the Inlet Tower Hotel. The first room we were shown when we arrived had no working blind on the largest window, which would have made it very difficult to sleep with the long daylight hours. The blind was sitting on the window sill and had dirt and fly droppings on it, which suggests it had been like that for some time. We were given an alternative room which had two leaking taps, one in the same room as the beds, and one of the set of taps only had hot water. The room we had at the end of the trip also had a leaking tap in the room with the beds and only had a venetian blind on the largest window, which still let in a considerable amount of light.
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