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    Wildlife Tour

    This tour is for anyone who feels a rush of excitement when they see a Moose Crossing sign. If you're raring to meet up with some furry friends, you MUST join Salmon Berry Tours for this excellent wildlife excursion. The trip starts when a smiling Salmon Berry Tour guide picks you up and shepherds you south along the scenic Turnagain Arm. Where the Chugach Mountains meet Cook Inlet, you'll be able to spot Dall sheep, mountain goats, moose, and eagles. It's a great opportunity for a nature lover to go wild. Bring your guide book, your binoculars, and your camera! One of the coolest parts of the tour is that you'll be able to see Wood Bison. They were once thought to be extinct. What a relief it is, to see them ambling about their gorgeous 200-acre habitat. It's like the return of an long-lost relative.
    Wildlife Tour

    515 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Enjoy a tour of a 200-acre preserve, where you might see bears, musk ox, moose, elk, or caribou
    • Catch a glimpse of the incredible Wood Bison, once thought to be extinct
    • Relax with a complimentary ride to and from Anchorage, courtesy of a smiling Salmon Berry tour guide
    • Bring along your wildlife guide book, binoculars, and a camera
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    Skagway Dog Sledding & Musher's Camp

    Woof! Woof! There's nothing quite like "ruffing" it in Alaska, as you'll find out during this informative dogsled experience! You'll begin your day with a tour of downtown Skagway and a nine-mile ride along the coastline to Musher's Camp. Arriving at the camp, you'll board a specialized unimog for a ride up a rugged mountain road, where you'll greet your musher and the team of Alaskan Huskies that will be pulling you on the next leg of your journey. That next leg involves a mile-long, zigzagging ride through the Tongass National Rainforest that is sure to be the highlight of your day. You'll enjoy being pulled by the huskies aboard a custom-built wheeled sled designed for summer training. Then, it's back on the unimog for a return to the kennels, where you'll learn about the work that goes into training and caring for the dog. You'll even have time to play with the puppies, which is an important part of socialization and getting them ready for their racing careers! It should be a doggone good time!
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    Skagway Dog Sledding & Musher's Camp

    2 Mile Klondike Hwy, Skagway

    • Learn about the sport of dogsled racing during a visit to Musher's Camp
    • Enjoy a scenic woodland ride on a wheeled summer sled
    • Meet the sled dogs, the puppies, and the handlers that train them
    • Tour downtown Skagway and enjoy a unimog ride through the woods
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    Exclusive Alaska Native Heritage Center Excursion

    "OK, Alaska one more time: are there any fun things to do in Anchorage?" Of course there are! And this tour's one of the best. You'll get a total cultural experience on this guided walk through the Alaska Native Heritage Center, where you'll learn about each of the five major culture groups in the area. After a short walk through the Hall of Culture, you'll head outside for a guided stroll around Lake Tiulana. You'll get to check out authentic life-sized Native dwellings, learning all about the lifestyles and ways of the various Native peoples. The architecture -- plus the beautiful nature -- will astound you. Don't miss this tour.
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    Exclusive Alaska Native Heritage Center Excursion

    515 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Walk through the Hall of Culture, celebrating each of Alaska's 5 major cultural groups
    • Enjoy a scenic stroll around Lake Tiulana, checking out authentic replicas of Native dwellings
    • Learn about fascinating elements of Alaskan history
    • View art, architecture and historical mementos while you celebrate Native cultures
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    Chilkoot Horseback Riding

    When it comes to exploring Alaska's incredible natural bounties, four legs are better than two! You'll find that out for yourself while prancing through the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Saddle up for some fun! You'll begin your day with a quick driving tour of Skagway, followed by a scenic coastline ride to Alaska Excursions' Dyea ranch. There, after a brief safety presentation, you'll mount up beside an experienced handler and set off for nearly two hours of riding through the park. As you ride, you'll enjoy stories of the area's past, including tales of the Klondike Gold Rush. You'll see plenty of signs of those hectic times as well, such as the ruins of a former gold rush town and the Slide Cemetery. You'll also enjoy sweeping scenery featuring pristine mountain backdrops, sprawling forest, and Alaskan wildflowers. Riding out onto the Dyea flats, you'll spend some time taking in an overlook view of the Lynn Canal. This is a great chance to spot a range of native wildlife, including bald eagles! After returning to the ranch, refreshments such as Alaskan salmon pate await, before your ride back to Skagway. Vote "neigh" for adventure!
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    Chilkoot Horseback Riding

    2 Mile Klondike Hwy, Skagway

    • Treat yourself to a scenic horseback ride through Klondike Gold Rush National Park
    • Check out surreal views of mountain ranges, rainforest, and the Lynn Canal
    • Enjoy riding tips prior to setting out alongside a trained horse handler
    • Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of the Alaska rainforest
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    Homer Halibut

    When it comes to halibut fishing, this chartered Kenai Peninsula excursion is quite the catch! The small port town of Homer offers access to ideal halibut fishing grounds, with the Ninilchik River, Anchor River, Deep Creek, and Kachemak Bay all within striking distance. In fact, this little town is well known for its annual fishing competition, and halibut weighing up to 350lbs have been caught in its waters! Your guides on this trip will take you around to some of the top fishing spots, helping to ensure that you walk away happy. You'll also enjoy surreal natural landscapes all around you, adding to a far-and-away vibe that is sure to hook you in!
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    Homer Halibut

    15750 Kingsley Rd, Ninilchik

    • Treat yourself to a fishing excursion in the vicinity of the port town of Homer
    • Fish on waters known for their thriving halibut population
    • Enjoy the amenities and spacious confines of a chartered fishing vessel
    • Relax and test your fishing skills while immersed in an isolated natural environment
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    Juneau Walking Excursion

    Juneau the best way to see a city? On a walking tour of course! This walking tour of Juneau will not only bring you the little nuggets of history between the nooks and crannies that make up the wonderful capital city of Alaska, but will teach you the power of storytelling and hopefully send you home with a few tools to relay your trip to all your friends. Every corner of Juneau holds bits of history, and you will get a taste of what life is like in the last frontier. On your path around town you will hear all the little stories that make life here unique. Whether it is a bear walking into the bar, the miners lives in the nearby mountains, or a town vying to keep its capital -- there is plenty to interest anyone! This excursion gives you a real feel for the city and its inhabitants and will leave you with a greater appreciation for Juneau and Southeast Alaska. Now Alaska ya again...do you know the best way to see a city?
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    Juneau Walking Excursion

    490 S Franklin St, Juneau

    • Enjoy a 3-hour walking tour that highlights the history of the Alaskan capital
    • Learn the power of storytelling as you hear mesmerizing tales of bears walking into bars, and the unique lives of miners living in the mountains
    • Discover all the best nooks and crannies of the last frontier
    • Get a day or relaxing exercise as you collect stories and memories to bring back home
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    Juneau Dog Sledding

    Sure, dog days are generally a drag. But when you're sitting on a sled, that's not a bad thing! This thrilling dogsled experience begins with a trip to Musher's Camp, driving through the Tongass National Rainforest on Douglas Island. Arriving at the camp, you'll meet the mushers and Alaskan huskies they train. You'll then board a wheeled summer-time sled, and your journey will begin! Excited dogs will pull you along on a scenic romp through surreal Alaskan woodland. As you go, your musher offers insights into dog training and how to pilot a sled. Summer sledding is an integral part of the routine in order to train them for winter races, and this is your chance to take part! Returning to camp, you'll meet a dog handler and retired sled dog racer to learn about the care the dogs receive from the staff. You'll also take a walk across a suspension bridge overlooking Fish Creek and sit down to an interactive presentation about races and equipment used. You'll finish up your day by meeting the adorable husky puppies. Cuddling with the dogs is part of the process of socializing them and essential to their future success as sled dogs. No stealing the puppies!
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    Juneau Dog Sledding

    490 S Franklin St, Juneau

    • Learn about the sport of sled dog racing during a visit to Musher's Camp
    • Enjoy a scenic woodland ride on a wheeled summer sled
    • Meet the sled dogs, the puppies, and the handlers that train them
    • Enjoy an interactive presentation on sled dog racing
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    Denali Highway Jeep Excursion

    If you're taking an excursion in Alaska, there are a few things you should probably know about. #1. Polar Bears -- don't hit them (they're hard to see in the snow). #2. You simply MUST ride the Denali Highway. After all, it was named a "Drive of a Lifetime," by National Geographic Traveler Magazine... AND if there was a #3, it would be "Take your camera," but that's a moot point, in the smartphone age. That said, this route is a photographer's paradise. Along the way you'll enjoy views of snow-capped mountains, icy glaciers, and panoramic vistas flanking the Denali Highway. Not to mention all of the wildlife you might come across if you keep your eyes sharp... As driving the Denali Highway is prohibited by most rental vehicle companies, this exclusive excursion provides access to more of Alaska's spectacular scenery and wildlife, and is a great alternative to crowded bus trips. Each Jeep has 4 doors -- perfect for a quick fire drill, even more useful for swapping drivers, and a CB radio for communicating with the guide so stops can be made along the way. Wanna know a little CB sign off? Repeat after us: "Ten-four, good buddy!" Or, if that's not your style you can always keep it short and sweet with, "Roger."
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    Denali Highway Jeep Excursion

    238 George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve

    • Enjoy a guided and narrated 100+ mile round trip excursion, full of opportunities to see Denali and its wildlife
    • Take the path less travelled when you ride through what was once the gateway to Denali National Park, a 135-mile gravel road surrounded by pristine nature
    • Scope out views of snow-capped mountains, icy glaciers, and panoramic vistas flanking the Denali Highway
    • Hug the dirt road in a brand new, 4-door, 4 wheel drive Jeep!
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    Ninilchik - Boat #3 (King Salmon/Halibut Combo)

    Ready to hang that "gone fishing" sign and get away from it all? The Kenai Peninsula's 21-mile Ninilchik River brings in fisherman from all of the world, and with good reason. Its halibut and king/silver salmon populations are renowned, with massive schools of either running through the mouth of the Cook Inlet at various times of the year. During this chartered excursion, you'll work with experienced guides to take advantage of this phenomenon, enjoying a fishing experience that's sure to get you hooked! Adding to the experience, this somewhat isolated area is well known for its beautiful scenery, including both the small port village of Ninilchik, or the majesty of the surrounding environment. Whether you're a recreational or a sports fisherman, this is one trip that is sure to satisfy. You'll have a reel good time.
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    Ninilchik - Boat #3 (King Salmon/Halibut Combo)

    15750 Kingsley Rd, Ninilchik

    • Treat yourself to a fishing excursion in the vicinity of the port town of Ninilchik
    • Fish on river waters known for their thriving halibut and king salmon population
    • Enjoy the amenities and spacious confines of a chartered fishing vessel
    • Relax and test your fishing skills while immersed in an isolated natural environment
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    LeConte Glacier Excursion

    You there! Freeze! Stop what you're doing and join Alaska Waters Inc. for an amazing glacier tour! Sitting in a 12-mile fjord at the head of LeConte Bay, the spectacular LeConte Glacier is not only North America's southernmost tidewater glacier, but it's also part of a massive system of glaciers that stretches for 120 miles between the Stikine and Whiting Rivers. All around this remote fjord, snowy peaks rise high into the clear Alaskan air to heights of 4,000 feet, and thundering waterfalls plunge into its depths. You'll travel these remarkable waters aboard a covered and heated jet boat, maneuvering between fields of icebergs and spotting both nesting harbor seals and bald eagles preying on seal pups. What an awesome tour -- talk about icing on the cake!
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    LeConte Glacier Excursion

    107 Stikeen Ave, Wrangell

    • Travel to LeConte Bay aboard a heated jet boat to view the LeConte Glacier up close
    • Explore a 12-mile fjord surrounded by waterfalls and snow-capped mountains
    • Float among icebergs and drifts where harbor seals mate and bald eagles prey
    • Immerse yourself in an isolated wilderness environment offering incredible photo opportunities
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