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Dates: July 1 - July 9, 2019

Total Duration: 9 days

Cost: $6,950 per person, double occupancy, plus tax. $5,950 per youth(7-18), double occupancy, plus tax. Discount available for triple/quadruple occupancy on a limited number of rooms.

Deposit (per participant): $1,000

Activity level: Moderately Active

David Bercovici
Geology and Geophysics

Tour Operator: Alaska Wildland Adventures

Region: North America And Caribbean

Online registration for this program is currently closed. Please call us at 203-432-1952 to check on availability or to make changes to an existing registration.


Join an amazing journey into the wilds of the Last Frontier on the Alaska Family Adventure. Explore iconic national parks and experience a true connection with nature through guided nature forays by foot, canoe or kayak. Alaska is a wildlife-lover's paradise. During our backcountry explorations, scan for grizzlies, moose, caribou, wolves and more. This special trip will also journey along Alaska's stunning seacoast, with the chance to view humpback and orca whales, sea lions, sea otters, puffins and a wide variety of sea birds. In addition to learning about Alaska's natural wonders, this trip will also provide deeper understanding of Alaska's rich native culture and history.

Highlights include phenomenal wildlife viewing, including mega-fauna (grizzlies, moose and caribou) and marine wildlife (whales, sea lions, puffins and more); inclusion of two iconic national parks – Denali and Kenai Fjords; a wide array of guided activities, such as hiking, gold panning, canoeing, kayaking and more (available in casual, moderate or challenging options to suit your personal travel goals); and enrichment through educational programs highlighting Alaska's unique native and natural history.

This land-based adventure will include 2 half-days aboard Alaska Wildland Adventures' custom boat, en route to/from Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge. Guests will also enjoy travel aboard the historic Alaska Railroad during certain legs of the trip.

David Bercovici

David Bercovici is the Frederick William Beinecke Professor of Geophysics and the current Chair of the... more>>