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Anchorage Scenic City Tour

2 Hours 30 Mins
From USD$63 per person
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Departure dates

(Tour Code: ANCSBT1) Departs Daily @ 9.00am Not operating Apr 12 - Apr 19, Jun 06, Jun 20


All pricing is in United States of America USD$


01 Apr - 30 Sep, 2020


Prices are per person and include all taxes.

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Begin your historical tour from the heart of downtown where we will visit the Port of Anchorage at the banks of Ship Creek, where Alaska's metropolitan was born as a tent city. In the summer months, you might be able to view Chinook Salmon swimming in the world's only urban King Salmon fishery! Next we will travel through Bootleggers Cove, stopping for a walk in Earthquake Park where you’ll see signs of the 1964 earthquake: the most powerful earthquake recorded in North American history, and the world's second most powerful earthquake ever recorded!

Then, we will take a drive around Lake Hood, home to the world's busiest seaplane airport and base! A scenic overlook within the Chugach Mountains is our last stop! Weather permitting, you will have the opportunity to take panoramic photos of Anchorage and the several surrounding mountain ranges as well as the Cook Inlet! While we can't guarantee wildlife viewing during this tour through the City of Flowers & Lights, we are known for our big wildlife and it is not uncommon to see an occasional moose or bald eagle!