Indigenous owned and operated, Kantishna Roadhouse is an all-inclusive backcountry lodge in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve. Accessible only by air, experience the wilds of Kantishna with just a handful of other guests and our experienced staff. We limit the number of guests on property in order to provide you with a unique, intimate experience. During your visit you will enjoy cozy and comfortable cabin accommodations with private bathrooms, delicious meals and snacks, complimentary Alaskan beer and wine, and a host of activities to choose from, including guided and self-guided hikes, fishing, gold panning, e-biking, kayaking and paddle boarding and Native Alaskan cultural presentations.
Alaska Silvertip Lodge and Cabins is the perfect home base for your fishing and sightseeing adventures on the Kenai Peninsula. Our 6 cabins are nestled in 8.5 acres of old growth forest on our beautifully maintained Soldotna property. As you plan your Alaska vacation, we work with you to customize an Alaska travel package that includes your Kenai lodging, the fishing and sightseeing adventures you are looking for and that matches the specific pace you’d like to move at.
Much More than a Hostel
Situated on a sparkling creek in the heart of the Alaska Range, Denali Hostel & Cabins offers you a truly special experience with all the comforts of home. Choose from a variety of accommodations at affordable prices including private cabins, bunkhouses, canvas castles, and our latest addition – a tiny house. After an adventure-filled day, relax in one of our cozy cabins, share stories with fellow travelers, and make s’mores around the campfire in the evening.
As a small, local company, ATC creates customized Alaska vacations for independent travelers, couples, families, and small groups. From our base in Wasilla, we develop and maintain relationships with lodges, bed and breakfasts, attractions, the Alaska Railroad, rental car agencies, air and boat charters, adventure outfitters and guides, and a myriad of other suppliers throughout the state.
We travel to the places and go on the excursions to ensure that every element on every ATC itinerary is top quality. Our knowledgeable, local, multilingual tour guides cater to small groups or families who want to get away from the crowds and connect with Alaskans and nature. We think outside the box and perfectly tailor excursions, style of accommodation, and route for every client. Alaska is our home, let our expertise help you realize the vacation of your dreams.
Discover one of the world’s last wild places. St. Paul Island is raw and rich with wildlife, especially birds. When you journey here, you leave the crush of tourists and souvenir shops behind. What you’ll find instead is authentic Aleut culture, wide-open spaces and the breathtaking beauty of nature. St. Paul Island Tour is owned and operated by TDX Corporation, which in turn is owned by more than 600 Aleut shareholders of St. Paul Island. Because we know that our environment sustains us and our island’s magnificent wildlife sanctuary, we hold the preservation of our natural resources in the highest regard. Our Commitment to Sustainability: – Ensure that our island remains pristine and free of pollution. – Educate all who visit our island to ensure that they are informed and will comply with all island stewardship policies. – Monitor and check that all who visit our island demonstrate respect for our values, as well as conduct themselves with respect for our island wildlife habitat. – Continue to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and waste of resources, thereby reducing our carbon footprint.
Selected as an operator of “Best of the World” trips by National Geographic Traveler, Maple Leaf Adventures has pioneered conservation-focused, expedition cruises along the Inside Passage since 1986. With a reputation as one of the west coast’s top sustainable tour operators, its multi-day Alaska cruises give guests unique insight into the region’s natural wonders, often areas that were once under threat of destruction. Expeditions differ from your typical cruise ship; guests are immersed in the natural and cultural history of the world they are exploring, each day becoming more in tune with the rhythms of the coast. Small groups move between locations and live and dine aboard a classic, converted tugboat. She accommodates up to twelve guests with a crew of five, including a naturalist and chef.
Maple Leaf Adventures is an innovator in regenerative tourism. One of the first operators of small-boat travel in Alaska, BC’s Great Bear Rainforest and northwestern Vancouver Island, they allocate significant resources to support and build a conservation-based economy on the coast. Maple Leaf’s leaders are fuelled by their education in environmental studies and social responsibility. Their vision is to drive a made-on-the-coast, high-quality nature-based tourism industry, that has a symbiotic relationship with coastal ecosystems and cultures and integrates with both indigenous and western cultures along the coast.
Camp Denali’s long standing family ownership is committed to preserving and refining the fundamental elements of our mission: excellence, community, and place. Your Camp Denali experience is personal. It is a unique blend of camaraderie among fellow adventurers and staff in a wilderness environment without parallel. At the core of our guest experience is a chance to be close to the land and, in exploring Denali’s wilderness, to learn about its ecology and history. More than facts and figures about Denali, we hope our guests return home with new ways of seeing, understanding, and taking care of the natural world in their own backyards. In addition, we hope that our own on-site sustainable practices, such as operating on renewable energy with our 90kW solar array and utilizing our greenhouse to grow our own fresh produce, will provide an opportunity for our guests, staff, and other small business owners in Alaska to learn about viable alternatives to the status quo. For us, providing excellent hospitality is not about attending to every luxury or amenity. Instead, we strive to ensure our guests’ comfort, meet their needs, and surpass their expectations.
Our passion is making our guests feel comfortable and connected in the northern Alaskan forest that we call home. We are a small-scale, family-run business focused on providing authentic experiences for our guests. We offer single or multi-day adventures dog sledding, skiing, and snowshoeing. We take only private groups of 1-4 people and customize the experience to each group’s desires to create unforgettable adventures.
We strive to live as close as we can to the place we’re in. We hunt, fish and grow much of our food for us and our dog family. We feed our guests healthy, homemade and local food. We do our best to use technology that doesn’t insulate us from a direct experience with our environment. On a trip with us, you will travel on trails we have cut, stay in tents we have sewn or cabins we have built and use gear that is made from and indigenous to the area we’re traveling in. We live in the place we guide, and we want to make sure that it is still just as beautiful and bountiful when we’re in the ground and future generations are tromping around.
Tucked amid the Chugach Mountains on Alaska’s southcentral coast, Alyeska Resort is the place to discover the wilderness and expansive beauty of the Last Frontier. Located just 40 miles from Anchorage and the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Alyeska Resort is your base camp for summer and winter excursions. The resort is near three national parks and the Kenai Peninsula, and surrounded by the Chugach Mountains. Alyeska Resort stands out during ski season with close to 669” of average snowfall annually and the longest continuous double black diamond ski run in North America.