Alaska aurora

Alaska holidays

Amazing wildlife, world renowned mountain ranges and stunning scenery.

This magnificent state is beautiful both on land and sea, with incredible wildlife that includes grizzly bears and humpback whales. Vast and incredibly beautiful, Alaska is an adventure lover’s paradise just waiting to be discovered.
Choose from our Alaska fly drives, cruises, escorted tours and motorhomes. 
Buffalo on Alaska Highway
FLY DRIVES

There is something liberating and exciting about a driving holiday in Alaska, as you discover Anchorage, national parks and more.

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Alaska cruise holiday
CRUISES

Experience the best of the Alaskan Fjords on an Alaska cruise holiday in the comfort of a beautiful ship.

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Alaska Motorhome holiday
MOTORHOME

Alaska motorhome holidays offer you the flexibility and the freedom to go where you want, when you want.

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Denali in Alaska
ESCORTED TOURS

Experience your holiday with the experts – our escorted tours are guided and allow you to explore the best of Alaska.

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Quick facts:

Time Zone: GMT – 9
Flight time from UK: 13 hours

Alaska is America’s largest state – it’s more than twice the size of Texas! Alaska’s capital is Juneau, but it’s largest city is Anchorage – a great starting point for most Alaskan holidays. The state’s nickname is ‘The Last Frontier’. and the state motto is “North to the Future”.

Weather

Over a third of all visitors find the weather better than expected. During the summer, average daytime temperatures throughout the state range from the 60s to the 90s.

Best time to visit

Alaska is best visited from mid-June to mid-September due to the state’s northernly latitude. In the summer months the warm weather is complimented by Alaska’s abundance of wildlife including whales, bears, seals, sea otters and much more.

Glaciers

There are more active glaciers and ice fields in Alaska than in the rest of the inhabited world. The largest glacier, the Malaspina, is 850sq/m.

Volcanoes

There are more than 70 potentially active volcanoes in Alaska! Most active volcanoes in Alaska are found along Cook Inlet and through the Aleutian Islands. Inactive volcanoes that haven’t erupted for hundreds of years can be found all over the state.

Mountains

17 of the 20 highest peaks in the USA are in Alaska. Denali, the highest peak in North America, is 20,320 ft. above sea level.