The 66-guest Admiralty Dream (formerly known as the Spirit of Columbia)is a cozy vessel perfect for shared adventure in wilderness waterways. With her shallow draft and stately pace of cruising, you won't miss a thing as she lingers among the back channels, bays and wilderness islands.
The innovative, streamlined catamaran design, accommodating 42 guests in 21 cabins, has made the Alaskan Dream (formerly Executive Explorer) a delight in small ship cruising. Besides being sleek and beautiful, she easily navigates narrow channels and passages like a yacht, while at the same time providing the elegance of a cruise ship. Spacious staterooms aboard the Alaskan Dream all have extra-large viewing windows.
Pure Luxury, Pure Wilderness, Pure Alaska, The Alyeska Prince Hotel is 40 miles south of Anchorage; set in a pristine wilderness of towering spruce trees, mountains and hanging glaciers. The chateau-style Alyeska Prince Hotel features 307 spacious, well-appointed guest rooms.
The 66-guest Baranof Dream, formerly named Spirit of Alaska, features comfortable cabins, view windows, private bathroom, dining room, lounge, sun deck, viewing platforms and more. Some cabins also have TV/VCR. The vessel is casual - the food delicious – and the staff friendly and helpful.
The rustic but elegant Bear Track Inn features exquisite accommodations, incredible activities and scrumptious meals. Built and operated by the Olney’s the Bear Track’s log design exudes true Alaskan ambiance and hospitality. With Glacier Bay National Park as your backdrop the Bear Track Inn is the finest lodge in the quirky town of Gustavus.
Brooks Lodge overlooks the world famous Brooks River in the heart of Katmai National Park. Think Alaskan Brown Bears eating jumping salmon. Guest accommodations consist of sixteen rustic rooms all with modern private facilities. Rooms accommodate two to four persons. The World Famous bear viewing at Brooks Falls is only a short walk from Brooks Lodge.
Located on 67 acres of sweeping ridge line, Camp Denali reflects the spirit of Alaska with a presiding sense of open space and natural surroundings. Seventeen guest cabins, each distinct, are generously spaced and carefully situated to capture superlative mountain views. Camp Denali was a pioneer in conservation and its history is intertwined with the preservation of Denali National Park.
Alaska's Chena Hot Springs is world renown for being one of the best places on Earth to see the astonishing Northern Lights. As Alaska's only year round hot spring resort, it is over 100 years old and the most accessible and developed hot spring resort in the region.
The Clarion Suites Hotel in downtown Anchorage features 112 hotel suites less than half a mile from Cook’s Inlet and only seconds from Delaney Park. Other points of interest near this hotel include the Museum of History and Art, Egan Convention Center and the Alaska Zoo. Experience the comfort of Hawthorn Suites’ spacious suites with free high-speed wireless (wifi) internet access, efficiency kitchens, living rooms, guest laundry and two televisions.
Ideally located on the banks of Ship Creek, the Comfort Inn ® Ship Creek is within walking distance of lovely downtown Anchorage. The hotel sits along the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, which offers spectacular views of Cook Inlet. Guests are invited to enjoy a free deluxe continental breakfast in the sunny dining room overlooking Ship Creek, served daily. There is free coffee available in the dining area as well.
The Copper Whale Inn is located in the heart of the historic, eclectic Anchorage, convenient to the city's major attractions. The inn's West hillside location also offers stunning views of the Cook Inlet, the Alaska Range, and the Mt. Spurr Volcano.
The remote Denali Backcountry Lodge is located at the end of the 95 mile Denali Park Road, past Wonder Lake, in Kantishna. The lodge offers thirty comfortably appointed cedar cabins. Each cabin is heated and enjoys its own private bath -- unexpected luxuries for such a remote location. Dining and lounge areas are found in our spacious two-story lodge.
The Denali Education Center is a rustic ten-acre campus, just across the Nenana River from Denali National Park. The lodge has 12 guest cabins and offers a camp-like atmosphere that encourages you to unplug and get outdoors!
The Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge is located on the banks of the Chena River. Enjoy gourmet cuisine at Edgewater Restaurant and spirits and light fare at Trackers Bar and Grill. Rejuvenate in the health club’s steam bath and then relax on the terraced deck that extends out to the water's edge.
Juneau’s finest hotel offers outstanding full-service accommodations, including complimentary airport transportation. Located facing the waterfront in downtown Juneau, the 105-room hotel is in close proximity to most major attractions.
The Island Spirit is a three-deck U.S. Coast Guard licensed and inspected passenger vessel. The Alaska vessel was completely rebuilt and repowered setting the benchmark for low impact on the environment. The Island Spirit carries up to 32 passengers overnight in 17 comfortable staterooms. Each room has a private bath and shower, as well as a minimum of one large opening window for wonderful views and fresh air ventilation.
The Kantishna Roadhouse lies deep in the heart of Alaska’s pristine wilderness of Denali National Park and dates back to the early 1900s. 32 full service cabins dot the landscape and the beautiful log main lodge includes a dining area, a library resource room, a hand-crafted bar, a spacious lobby, and even Smoky Joe's Saloon. Set on Moose Creek the Roadhouse is a base for exploring the Kantishna Valley with spectacular views of Mt McKinley and the Alaska Range from nearby Wonder Lake.
This is truly an authentic Alaskan wilderness experience at a historic and ecologically managed log lodge surrounded by a million acres of designated Wilderness. Relax in our wood-fired sauna!
The new wilderness Eco lodge, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge, is completely surrounded by Kenai Fjords National Park. It is the only lodge located within the park. From this spectacular setting on the shore of a protected lagoon in full view of Pedersen Glacier, wildlife viewing opportunities abound, as do activity choices.
Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge offers a unique remote island experience. The Wilderness Lodge is located on Fox Island, located in the vast expanse of Resurrection Bay, near specatular Kenai Fjords National Park. Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge features comfortable beach front cabins, nestled in the woods between the oceanside pebble beach and a quiet island lake.
Conveniently located on the scenic Upper Kenai River near Coopes Landing Alaska, the Kenai Riverside Lodge is more than a world class fishing lodge. At the Kenai Riverside Lodge you can hike, raft, fish, attend naturalist programs, or stroll the nature trail overlooking the breathtaking Kenai River.
The M/V Sea Wolf is an 97' ocean-going ship that carries 12 passengers plus 5-6 crew in comfort. This vessel is an amazing expedition platform for small ship cruising, wildlife spotting, whale watching and is a supreme kayaking mothership. Based in Glacier Bay National Park the Sea Wolf offers the ultimate Glacier Bay Adventure Cruise.
The small ship M/V Wilderness Adventurer offers the ultimate in comfort and adventure. Sailing with a maximum of 62 guests, the M/V Wilderness Adventurer features 30 modern staterooms on three levels. All have private facilities and shower. The M/V Wilderness Adventurer features a fleet of 23 touring two person sea kayaks for use by our guests, a stern mounted watersport launch platform, full wrap around viewing deck and an excursion landing craft for remote explorations.
The M/V Wilderness Discoverer features 36 comfortable staterooms on four decks, including four perfectly situated and spacious Observation Deck Cabins. All cabins are newly refurbished and feature lower berths: some with a pullman-style upper berth to accommodate a third guest. The M/V Wilderness Discoverer features a flotilla of 25 stable two-person sea kayaks, a stern mounted watersport launch platform, a full wrap around viewing deck and excursion landing craft for remote explorations by water.
Explore Glacier Bay National Park and Alaskan coastal wilderness aboard the M/V Wilderness Explorer. Sea kayak and hike with naturalist guides for up close discovery of Glacier Bay National Park's abundant wildlife and fascinating natural history. The M/V Wilderness Explorer shows you Glacier Bay in style
The M/Y Discovery is 65 foot classic working yacht that combines the finest blend of Cruise Alaska with Alaskans aboard the Discovery - a 65' classic working yacht accommodating only 12 guests. Expect a blend of Alaskan hospitality with active and personalized exploration of Prince William Sound's glaciers, fjords. Cruise, hike and kayak daily on 5 to 9 day cruise packages. Private yacht charters can be arranged.
Pacific Catalyst II is a 75-foot yacht offering the best small ship adventure trips and cruises in Alaska's Inside Passage. Explore Alaska's glaciers, whales, fjords and forests by foot and by kayak.
The twin expedition ships, National Geographic Sea Lion and Sea Bird comfortably accommodate 62 guests in 31 outside cabins. Special Features: Zodiac landing craft, sea kayaks, snorkeling gear, wet suits, video microscope, hydrophone and Splash-Cam. An Undersea Specialist will be on board in Baja. A Video Chronicler will be on board all voyages.
The Safari Endeavour enables more travelers to see the awe-inspiring sights in Alaska — close up adventure on a small yacht-style ship. The newly-refurbished ambiance on board is casual yet with a full menu of upscale amenities. The highlight remains the wilderness outside, which you explore daily in a variety of ways.
The 150 foot luxury small ship carries up to 36 passengers in 18 well appointed cabins. Cabins feature king, queen or twin beds, TV/DVD, view windows, private bath. Amenities include sauna, hot tub, complementary massages, complementary fully-stocked bar and more. Her crew of 16 will take care of your every need.
Your comfortable Alaskan home-base will be aboard the Safari Legacy formerly known as the Spirit of 98. The ambiance aboard this newly refurbished 88-guest boat emulates an early Victorian steamer with carved wooden cabinetry and a Grand Salon complete with a dance floor, full bar and old-world charm.
The 22-guest exclusive yacht Safari Quest cruises Alaska's Inside Passage and Glacier Bay in absolute luxury and comfort. She features well-appointed staterooms, TV/VCR, hot tub, exercise equipment, library and bar. Hike, kayak, and zodiac with naturalist guides. Exquisite meals and all drinks included.
Nestled in a spectacular glacier river valley, the Seward Windsong Lodge is an exceptional wilderness retreat. Guest rooms for the Seward Windsong Lodge are spread out in a wooded setting, surrounded by spruce trees and wildflowers.
Set on a ridge above the small community of Talkeetna on the south side of Mt. McKinley, our lodge offers unforgettable views of Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range, yet we are just minutes from adventures of a lifetime.
Windham Bay Lodge, 65 miles from Juneau, is a remote Alaska lodge accessed via 48-foot luxury catamaran. Let this former fishing lodge be your base camp for sea kayaking, cruising and seeing the best of Southeast Alaska.
Situated near the western edge of the Alaska Range, Winterlake Lodge offers seclusion and spectacular scenery. Winterlake Lodge is only accessible by float plane so getting there is half the fun. Set on a lake with views of glaciers and mountains the lodge serves as a base of exploration among true Alaskan wilderness. Winterlake Lodge offers five guest cabins, nestled along a mile-long lake that is home to nesting loons and swans. A main lodge sits near the middle of the property. Kayaks and boats are available to explore the lake.