Alaska Trip Packages 2024, 2025

Our Alaska tours offer a wonderful opportunity to celebrate God’s creation in Christian fellowship. The sheer magnitude of Alaska’s natural beauty, vast wilderness, and abundant wildlife can be found nowhere else in the United States. Tour Alaska to see the highest mountains, the most glaciers, the biggest moose, the most abundant bear and the longest days. Experience the natural beauty and rugged interior with Alaska train tours aboard the Alaskan Railroad. Our Alaskan tours also explore Denali National Park, Hubbard glacier, Skagway and Ketchikan. For those that choose an Alaska cruise package, enjoy visits to Prince William Sound, Glacier Bay, and the Inside Passage which is a 1,000-mile-long sea corridor from Alaska to British Columbia offering the longest sheltered inland waterway in the world. A tour of Alaska will leave you in awe of God’s unique hand in creation.

Below is a list of Alaska tour packages departing year-round.

Scheduled 2024 & 2025 Alaska Land Tours

Tour Name Luxury Length Info
Alaska Explorer
(May thru September)
4 star 6 Days View Tour
Alaska National Parks
(May thru September)
4 star 8 Days View Tour
Grand Alaska
(May thru September)
4 star 8 Days View Tour

Alaska Tours: Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month for an Alaska tour?

Alaska is one of the most unique places to visit in the world because of the climate and the day-night cycle during times of the year. If you book one of our Alaska tours during the summer, you can enjoy warmer weather and longer days. During the summer, Alaska gets between 16-24 hours of sunlight each day. If that much sunlight doesn’t sound appealing to you, you may want to consider taking an Alaska trip outside of the summer. That being said, Alaska gets very cold during the winter.

How many days do you need for an Alaska tour?

We have several Alaska tour packages available, with each package offering a unique experience and a different tour length. The Alaska Explorer tour is the shortest of our Alaska trip packages with a length of 6 days. We also offer 8-day and 13-day tours if you want to spend a little more time in Alaska. Some of our most popular U.S. tours are Alaska tours, so take a look at the tour schedules and itineraries and find a tour that sounds right for you.

What is the dress code in Alaska?

Touring Alaska is a lot different than taking one of our Italy tours. Like most parts of the U.S., Alaska is very laid-back in terms of the dress code and cultural rules. You don’t have to worry about wearing any traditional garments or avoiding certain clothing that may be offensive. It’s important to note, however, that Alaska is cold during most parts of the year. Pack warm and make sure you’ve got some gear to protect you from rain and snow. When you’re in Anchorage and other larger cities in Alaska, you can find plenty of outdoors stores that have everything you need for your Alaska visit.

Is there a lot of walking involved on an Alaska Tour?

There’s a moderate amount of walking involved in our Alaska tours, so make sure you’re prepared to get up and move. Exactly how much walking you have to do depends on which one of our travel packages to Alaska you choose. If you have questions about a specific tour or stop on the itinerary, you can contact us to learn more. Whether you’re taking a tour of Alaska or one of our several Britain tours, we always recommend bringing a comfortable pair of shoes for your vacation.

What passport & visa information do I need for your Alaska tours?

If you’re visiting Alaska from outside the U.S., you’ll need a passport to enter since it’s technically part of the United States. Visitors from the US won’t need to obtain a passport or a visa to visit Alaska. If you’re a foreign visitor, you may need to obtain a B-2 visitor’s visa before you book your trip to Alaska.

What common languages will be spoken during the Alaska tours?

While there are several native groups and languages in Alaska, English is the most commonly spoken language in the country. More than 80% of people in Alaska speak English, so it’s easy to communicate, read signs and shop. Unlike some packages like our Iceland tours, there’s typically no strong accent barrier that makes it difficult to understand people in Alaska either.

What currency can I use on an Alaska tour?

During your trip to Alaska, you’ll be able to spend U.S. Dollars (USD). If you’re visiting from another country, you can exchange your currency for USD at a local bank or at the airport when you arrive in Alaska. If you’re visiting from the U.S., you can spend your money like you normally would.

Do I need to bring a converter for the Alaska tour?

If you want to make sure you’re able to charge your phone and plug in devices during your trip, you’ll need a type A and B converter. If you’re looking for a converter you can use on everything from Ireland tours to vacations to Hawaii, there are universal converters that work for several countries.

What is the time zone for your Alaska tours?

Alaska uses Alaska Standard Time, which is an hour behind Pacific Standard Time in the US. If you’re visiting from Europe, the time in Alaska will be anywhere from 7 to 10 hours behind your local time.

What climate should I expect during my Alaska tour?

Alaska’s climate varies quite a bit, with the summer climate resembling our Scotland tours while the winter climate is cold and harsh. Packing warm is always smart when you visit Alaska because the weather isn’t especially warm even during the summer. You may also want to pack a snowproof jacket and boots.