Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Alaska Vacation Packages - Monograms® Travel Packages

Alaska

Packages with Anchorage

Anchorage

Surrounded by spectacular natural beauty, Alaska's largest city (the northernmost major city in the United States) is a fascinating metro wilderness. In Anchorage, it's not unusual to encounter bald eagles, moose, and even bears—right in the middle of town! Highlights include the Anchorage Museum with its impressive collection that shows off 10,000 years of Alaska history; the Alaska Native Heritage Center featuring five outdoor villages depicting the diverse cultures of Alaska's indigenous people; and the Ulu Factory, where the traditional native cutting implements are manufactured today. Fresh seafood and excellent shopping complete the experience.

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Packages with Denali National Park

Denali National Park

One of the most awe-inspiring places on the planet, 6-million-acre Denali National Park is simply breathtaking. One of Alaska's crowning jewels, the park has two major contenders for "main attraction": towering Denali/Mount McKinley (at an elevation of 20,320 feet, it's the highest peak in North America), and the abundant wildlife. Roaming freely are large numbers of grizzly and black bears, caribou, Dall sheep, moose, gray wolves, beavers, foxes, lynx, and wolverines. Many bird species also call the park home, such as Arctic Warblers, Ptarmigan, the majestic tundra swan, hawks, owls, and golden eagles.

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Packages with Fairbanks

Fairbanks

Situated just 200 miles south of the Arctic Circle in the heart of the "Last Frontier," Fairbanks, Alaska, is known for its spirit of hospitality, Midnight Sun of summer, winter Northern Lights, and vibrant art scene. This energetic mining town on the Chena River serves as the gateway to Alaska's interior and Arctic regions. Major attractions include a river cruise on the sternwheeler Discovery, gold panning at the El Dorado Gold Mine, a traditional salmon bake at Pioneer Park, and the University of Alaska Museum, featuring the state's largest natural history collection.

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Packages with Girdwood

Girdwood

Nestled in a picture-perfect valley on the Turnagain Arm next to Alaska's most popular ski area, Girdwood is bordered on three sides by Chugach State Park and Chugach National Forest. It has grown from a supply camp for gold miners to a base camp for exploring Prince William Sound and the Kenai Peninsula. Highlights include a tram ride to the top of Mount Alyeska for outstanding panoramic views; encounters with moose, bears, caribou, musk ox, and bison at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; and all varieties of outdoor adventure, including gold panning, fishing, mountain biking, rafting, flightseeing, hiking, and glacier cruises.

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Packages with Homer

Homer

A quaint town near the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, the "Place Where the Road Ends" is full of surprises. Homer is known for its magnificent scenery, rich tradition of outdoor recreation, the best restaurants and art scene of any small town in Alaska, and the unique Spit, a narrow finger of land jutting over 4 miles into Kachemak Bay. More halibut are landed here than any other port in the world, and Homer is also a favorite fishing spot for King salmon, rockfish, Ling cod, and oysters. Wildlife is abundant here, and moose, bears, wolves, eagles, puffins, harbor seals, otters, sea lions, orca, and humpback whales are common sights.

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Packages with Seward

Seward

Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward—the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park—is one of Alaska's oldest and prettiest seaside villages. Lofty Mount Marathon provides a breathtaking backdrop for the town, while the vast Harding Icefield with its many glaciers extends down the coastline. Seward's exceptional location makes this an exciting place for sport fishing, hiking, sea kayaking, whale watching, and flightseeing. Major points of interest and activities include a cruise into Kenai Fjords National Park for an up-close encounter with a glacier, and interactive, hands-on experiences at the popular Alaska Sealife Center.

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