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Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing Cruise Connector Anchorage to Seward

3 Days / 2 Nights
Anchorage to Seward
From USD$1,513 per person

Highlights: | Anchorage | Bear Viewing Safari (6 hours) | Floatplane flight between Anchorage and Redoubt Bay | Day Tour to Seward | Wildlife Conservation Centre

Perfect program before a cruise. Start in Anchorage and travel south ending at the cruise terminal in Seward.

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Book by 31 January, 2018, receive up to $200 per couple in added value which can be used for additional hotel nights, city sightseeing tours, activities or private transfers.
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Departs Anchorage
Day 1 Anchorage Arrival Upon arrival in Anchorage transfer at your own cost to your hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the sights. With almost 300,000 people calling it home, Anchorage is the largest city and cosmopolitan centre of Alaska. While not the capital of the state, it is the self-proclaimed gateway to Alaska for many visitors. Built originally as a railway depot, the city grew with the development of the farming collective in the Mat-Su valley and the building of Air Force bases. With the discovery of oil, the city became the commercial and financial centre of the state. Situated on the Pacific Ocean on Cook Inlet and moderated by the ocean, the city does not often get the extreme weather that much of Alaska is renowned for. A vibrant and unique city on the edge of the Alaskan wilderness - parks, trails, and moose all for a unique setting, and there are plenty of opportunities for exploring if you choose. The quaint log cabin visitor centre is a good place to start.

Day 2 Float plane to Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing Enjoy a half day guided day tour with the opportunity to view Alaska’s black and brown bears in their natural habitat. You’ll fly by floatplane, 70 miles southwest of Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge to view resident brown bears up close from one of the lodge’s covered pontoon boats. (Lunch is included today)

Day 3 Anchorage to Seward Cruise Ship Terminal (Coach) This morning, board a motorcoach to Seward. This scenic journey takes you along Cook Inlet and into the glacier-filled Chugach Mountains. Visit the quaint town of Girdwood for the aerial tram ride up the longest double black diamond ski slope in North America. From the top you can view several glaciers and the northern-most temperate rainforest; after descending the tram, stop for lunch. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre, which provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife. Here you can safely get close, observe, and photograph some of Alaska’s largest land animals including: moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears, muskox, small mammals, and birds of prey. Lastly, stop at Exit Glacier if time allows. An eight mile drive off the main road reveals a spectacular vantage point; a short and easy walk provides an up-close and personal view of a magnificent glacier. Upon arrival in Seward, at approximately 4 pm, you’ll be transferred directly to your cruise ship and helped with offloading of your luggage. (Lunch included today)
Departs Seward
Day 1 Seward Cruise Ship Terminal to Anchorage (Coach)
Disembark the ship and begin your adventure this morning with a stop at Exit Glacier. An eight mile drive off the main road reveals a spectacular vantage point; a short and easy walk provides an up-close and personal view of a magnificent glacier. Then tour north towards Anchorage; you will have the opportunity to enjoy spectacular scenery through Moose Pass and Turnagain Pass. This area is resplendent with alpine scenery and hanging glaciers. Next, visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre which provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife. Here you can safely get close, observe, and photograph some of Alaska’s largest land animals including: moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears, muskox, small mammals, and birds of prey. After lunch, get ready for the aerial tram ride up the longest double black diamond ski slope in North America. From the top, you can view several glaciers and the northern-most temperate rainforest; continue on to Anchorage to arrive late afternoon. (Lunch is included today)

Day 2 Float plane to Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing
Enjoy a half day guided day tour with the opportunity to view Alaska’s black and brown bears in their natural habitat. You’ll fly by floatplane, 70 miles southwest of Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge to view resident brown bears up close from one of the lodge’s covered pontoon boats. (Lunch is included today)

Day 3 Anchorage Departure
Upon check-out of your Anchorage hotel your tour ends.

Package Includes

  • Accommodation including taxes for 2 nights
    • Anchorage - Hilton Anchorage Hotel (Standard Room)
  • Bear Viewing Safari (6 hrs)
    • Anchorage hotel to floatplane dock pick up / drop off
    • Return floatplane flight between Anchorage and Redoubt Bay
    • Lunch
    • Bear viewing (3 hrs) with professional guides
  • Day tour by coach from Anchorage to Seward with lunch
    • Aerial tram ride to the peak of Alyeska
    • Admission to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre
    • Photo stop at Exit Glacier
    • Hotel pick-up & drop-off at cruise ship terminal

Not Included:

  • Anchorage transfer between hotel and airport on arrival (please note some hotels provide complimentary transfers)

  • Gratuities

  • Activities other than specified

  • Meals other than specified

Hotels

Hilton Anchorage Hotel

Anchorage

Departs Anchorage
Day 1 Anchorage Arrival Upon arrival in Anchorage transfer at your own cost to your hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the sights. With almost 300,000 people calling it home, Anchorage is the largest city and cosmopolitan centre of Alaska. While not the capital of the state, it is the self-proclaimed gateway to Alaska for many visitors. Built originally as a railway depot, the city grew with the development of the farming collective in the Mat-Su valley and the building of Air Force bases. With the discovery of oil, the city became the commercial and financial centre of the state. Situated on the Pacific Ocean on Cook Inlet and moderated by the ocean, the city does not often get the extreme weather that much of Alaska is renowned for. A vibrant and unique city on the edge of the Alaskan wilderness - parks, trails, and moose all for a unique setting, and there are plenty of opportunities for exploring if you choose. The quaint log cabin visitor centre is a good place to start.

Day 2 Float plane to Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing Enjoy a half day guided day tour with the opportunity to view Alaska’s black and brown bears in their natural habitat. You’ll fly by floatplane, 70 miles southwest of Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge to view resident brown bears up close from one of the lodge’s covered pontoon boats. (Lunch is included today)

Day 3 Anchorage to Seward Cruise Ship Terminal (Coach) This morning, board a motorcoach to Seward. This scenic journey takes you along Cook Inlet and into the glacier-filled Chugach Mountains. Visit the quaint town of Girdwood for the aerial tram ride up the longest double black diamond ski slope in North America. From the top you can view several glaciers and the northern-most temperate rainforest; after descending the tram, stop for lunch. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre, which provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife. Here you can safely get close, observe, and photograph some of Alaska’s largest land animals including: moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears, muskox, small mammals, and birds of prey. Lastly, stop at Exit Glacier if time allows. An eight mile drive off the main road reveals a spectacular vantage point; a short and easy walk provides an up-close and personal view of a magnificent glacier. Upon arrival in Seward, at approximately 4 pm, you’ll be transferred directly to your cruise ship and helped with offloading of your luggage. (Lunch included today)
Departs Seward
Day 1 Seward Cruise Ship Terminal to Anchorage (Coach)
Disembark the ship and begin your adventure this morning with a stop at Exit Glacier. An eight mile drive off the main road reveals a spectacular vantage point; a short and easy walk provides an up-close and personal view of a magnificent glacier. Then tour north towards Anchorage; you will have the opportunity to enjoy spectacular scenery through Moose Pass and Turnagain Pass. This area is resplendent with alpine scenery and hanging glaciers. Next, visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre which provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife. Here you can safely get close, observe, and photograph some of Alaska’s largest land animals including: moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears, muskox, small mammals, and birds of prey. After lunch, get ready for the aerial tram ride up the longest double black diamond ski slope in North America. From the top, you can view several glaciers and the northern-most temperate rainforest; continue on to Anchorage to arrive late afternoon. (Lunch is included today)

Day 2 Float plane to Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing
Enjoy a half day guided day tour with the opportunity to view Alaska’s black and brown bears in their natural habitat. You’ll fly by floatplane, 70 miles southwest of Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge to view resident brown bears up close from one of the lodge’s covered pontoon boats. (Lunch is included today)

Day 3 Anchorage Departure
Upon check-out of your Anchorage hotel your tour ends.

Package Includes

  • Accommodation including taxes for 2 nights
    • Anchorage - Hilton Anchorage Hotel (Standard Room)
  • Bear Viewing Safari (6 hrs)
    • Anchorage hotel to floatplane dock pick up / drop off
    • Return floatplane flight between Anchorage and Redoubt Bay
    • Lunch
    • Bear viewing (3 hrs) with professional guides
  • Day tour by coach from Anchorage to Seward with lunch
    • Aerial tram ride to the peak of Alyeska
    • Admission to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre
    • Photo stop at Exit Glacier
    • Hotel pick-up & drop-off at cruise ship terminal

Not Included:

  • Anchorage transfer between hotel and airport on arrival (please note some hotels provide complimentary transfers)

  • Gratuities

  • Activities other than specified

  • Meals other than specified

Hotels

Hilton Anchorage Hotel

Anchorage

Departure dates

(Tour Code: MPANC05) Departs Daily

Pricing

All pricing is in United States of America USD$

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05 Jun - 02 Sep, 2018

$1,513

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$1,398

$850

Prices are per person and include all taxes.

Child age 10 yrs & under

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