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7 nights / 8 days itinerary in Alaska

Alaskan Lodge Luxury

From £20,305
for 2 adults

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The real Alaska smells like smokey log fires, looks like cedar tree cabins and feels like crisp cold air in the mornings. This Alaskan lodge adventure will show you the raw elements that create such a breath-taking country; you will stay in the heart of nature with fresh grass beneath your feet and snow-capped mountains towering above your heads. Each lodge offers the charm and character of Alaskan traditions whilst providing authentic comfort and luxury. As you wake up in your log cabin overlooking the Big River Lakes in Redoubt Bay, or the Tordillo Mountains in Winterlake, you know you are in for a day of excitement and adventure. From scaling glaciers that formed thousands of years ago in a sleek helicopter, to bear watching in the wilderness with a picnic in hand, or discovering more about Alaskan culture in a cooking class tailored to your tastes - each day is different, and each day is your own.

  • Board an ERA Aviation flight and a water taxi to take you across icy seas and to the charmingly remote Tutka Bay Lodge
  • Explore what Tutka Bay has to offer, whether it is the fishing, hiking, kayaking or helicopter riding
  • Soar over Kachemak Bay and the Cook Inlet on a floatplane
  • Take part in sport fishing at Redoubt Bay
  • Watch for bears at the Big River Lakes, one of Alaska’s most densely populated bear habitats
  • Cook up an Alaskan feast using only locally sourced products in a private cooking class
  • Marvel at panoramic views as you hike the Iditarod Sled Dog Trail or along Wolverine Ridge
  • Explore Alaska in a sleek Robinson R-44 helicopter, climbing mountains and circling glaciers as you go
  • Heli-hike on one of Alaska’s most impressive and rarely visited glaciers
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Tutka Bay Lodge

Cabin | 2 nights

One of National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World, and sitting within its own secluded cove, Tutka Bay Lodge is surrounded by vast landscapes of towering Sitka spruce trees, tide pools and rippling lakes. As you step onto the wooden decking, you are invited into the cosy glow of the main lodge’s Geographic library. Here you will enjoy pre-dinner drinks whilst stood by a crackling fire. In the fresh crisp air of the Alaskan morning, Tutka Bay Lodge offers yoga on the deck, overlooking the panorama of the bay around you. You will spend your days here hiking, fishing, kayaking, wildlife watching and helicopter riding.

Redoubt Bay Lodge

Cabin | 1 night

Accessible only by floatplane, enveloped in the snowy Chigmit Mountains and looking out over the Big River Lakes, Redoubt Bay Lodge epitomises rural outdoor living and casual cosiness. The historical main lodge holds the dining area in which you will feast on fresh fish from the lakes and local produce from the surrounding lands. During the days, you have a plethora of activities to choose from including traditional sport fishing and grizzly bear viewing, before returning to your wood stove warmed log cabin for an evening at leisure.

Winterlake Lodge

Cabin | 2 nights

Overlooking Fingerlake and the Tordillo Mountains, Winterlake Lodge is another of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World. Rural serenity epitomises this small escape and its situation on the edge of an ancient valley. The Iditarod Sled Dog Trail runs through the 15 acres of luscious green land, making your stay filled with both culture and nature. The Lodge offers exciting activities such as cooking classes, tide pooling, bird watching, glacier trekking and fat-tire biking, before inviting you to recline in the warmth of your private log cabin.

Hotel Captain Cook

Junior Suite | 1 night

Located in the centre of Anchorage, the Hotel Captain Cook combines luxury with Alaskan comfort. One of the three hotel restaurants is the four-diamond rated Crow’s Nest, boasting fine dining along with beautiful panoramic views of the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet. Your stay in Anchorage will be orchestrated with impeccable service and opportunities to either relax with a book by the fire or to break a sweat in the hotel’s athletics centre. Either way, the Hotel Captain Cook has something for everyone.

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