RV Sample Tours
9-day Alaskan Tour
If you have the inclination and extra time to push a 7-day tour into 9 days,
we'd highly recommend it. Those extra days will certainly enrich your
Alaskan vacation by allowing you to experience more of what our sprawling
state offers. When you're booking an Alaskan tour, make sure you also have a
reliable or recreational vehicle from one of our partners. It's great to
have the extra room and not having to unpack every day when changing hotels
while you're on vacation. For more information about our rental options and
assistance in planning that perfect itinerary, Call us at 800-327-2571
Miles to Travel in Nine Days
When you're setting up your trip and planning your travels, make sure you
pinpoint your must-visit locations before you get to AK. Having a solid plan
going into your vacation will give you peace of mind and alleviate a bit of
that initial traveling stress. Below you'll find an outline of a typical
itinerary for an Alaskan RV tour.
Land in Anchorage, AK, and take a free shuttle back to our rental
office. You can even fly in the night before an stay in your vehicle. From
here, the time is yours. Perhaps you'll stay in Anchorage for an afternoon,
taking in the sights, culture, and incredibly diverse food. Remember, with
an RV you won't have to pay an exorbitant amount for lodging, as Anchorage
hotels can be a bit pricey. If you'd rather get moving right away, take the
road north into Denali. Make sure you stop for snacks before setting up camp
at one of the main campgrounds in the area.
Today's the day for a flightseeing adventure over Denali National
Park. From the sky you can spot bears,
caribou, and some of the lushest forest preserves in the world. Although
miles of open air separate you and the park, you'll feel right at home. When
the plane lands, head to the river and take a guided whitewater rafting
excursion, or simply relax near your RV and prepare for the next day.
Expand your horizons and explore Mount McKinley. At over 20,000
feet, the mountain is a guaranteed hit for families and solo adventurers
alike. You can spend hours driving around or hiking through the trails at
the base of the mountain. Make sure to bring binoculars.
From here, you can either stay in Denali another day and explore
some more, or pack up and head south towards Seward and the surrounding area
of Kenai National Park.
After arriving at your Kenai destination, you'll want to spend the
rest of your Alaskan tour on the shoreline. Book a guided riverboat cruise
through the park or a day cruise out on the bay, and enjoy the remaining
time out on the water fishing, swimming, or relaxing.
It's time to head back to Anchorage and return your rental RV or