See More of the Last Frontier on Our All-Encompassing, Small-Group Wilderness Immersion
While superlatives strive to convey the grandeur of Alaska, they never quite manage to capture the reality. Our Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari does, though. In the company of some of Alaska's top naturalist guides, we take you farther afield from the most heavily touristed routes and into a genuine Alaskan wilderness adventure. Experience the silent inner heart of Denali, where grizzlies and caribou roam the tundra. Come alongside the face of a calving glacier and look for whales and otters among the icebergs on a private chartered boat cruise in Kenai Fjords. At the edge of the Brooks River in Katmai National Park, watch giant brown bears fish for salmon. This is Alaska “less discovered:” bigger, wilder and more enthralling than you ever imagined. You’ve got to experience it for yourself!
Our comprehensive itinerary takes you to more remote locales and includes close-up viewing of Alaska's famous brown bears at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park
Experience genuine wilderness in the remote reaches of Denali National Park as we overnight at one of the few lodges located deep within the park’s interior
Cruise Kenai Fjords aboard our chartered boat, surrounded by glaciers, icebergs and marine wildlife, and stay in splendid isolation on private Fox Island
Want to See the Real Alaska? Choose Nat Hab
No state is as vast, as stunning and as wild as Alaska. While most travel companies boast that they show you Alaska, the truth is that 99 percent of Alaska visitors end up in the same crowded complex of bland hotels, big buses and giant cruise ships, missing the genuine wilderness and wildlife spectacles that make the 49th state stand out. That’s why we’ve crafted a different approach to Alaska. Most of our field staff call Alaska home, so we can offer you real insider knowledge of Alaska’s wildlife and scenic wonders. The result? You'll enjoy an immersive Alaska nature adventure that is second to none:
Just 14 Travelers for the Richest Experience of Alaska
With a maximum of 14 guests, you’ll enjoy plenty of space on our vehicles, the full attention of our guides, and, most importantly, more personal nature experiences you simply can't get as part of a large bus tour group or aboard a huge cruise ship with thousands of other passengers. It's a totally different way to discover Alaska!
The Optimal Alaska Wildlife Itinerary
Our meticulously crafted Alaska itinerary has been designed in conjunction with WWF for close-up wildlife viewing, and we've enhanced it annually for more than 25 years. This is our flagship Alaska adventure, in which we take great pride!
Stay in the Remote Backcountry of Denali National Park
We journey 90 miles into the wild heart of Denali National Park where we overnight at a comfortable, well-appointed backcountry lodge, for a genuine wilderness immersion far away from crowds. Most visitors ride packed shuttle buses and see little beyond the park entrance. There's truly no comparison!
Cruise Kenai Fjords Aboard Our Private Chartered Yacht
View glaciers, icebergs, whales, seals, otters and birdlife in Kenai Fjords National Park aboard our private chartered yacht, rather than from the crowded deck of an excursion boat or a cruise ship carrying thousands.
Stay on a Private Island in Kenai Fjords
Overnight on private Fox Island in Kenai Fjords. It's a rare experience of genuine solitude in the Alaskan wilderness.
See the Famed Brown Bears of Brooks Falls
Fly by float plane to world-famous Brooks Falls in the heart of Katmai National Park for close-up views of Alaskan brown bears (the world's largest coastal grizzlies)—you’ll never get this experience via a cruise ship or tour bus! At the falls, as many as 50 bears may be on view as they fish along a 1-1/2 mile stretch of the Brooks River during the salmon run.
The World's Finest Naturalist Guides
Natural Habitat Adventures is renowned for employing the finest naturalist guides on the planet! Our Alaska Expedition Leaders average more than 15 years’ guiding experience each and receive additional training from top WWF scientists. Expedition Leaders remain with our private groups throughout their entire adventure. They are not “ship lecturers” or lodge-based guides who see different travelers every day. Rather, they are the Alaska’s most qualified, dedicated and passionate natural history guides, regaling our guests with their insights into the region while remaining close at hand to ensure safety and comfort in every respect. See Expedition Leader bios and traveler comments regarding the quality of our leaders.
Our Quality-Value Guarantee Ensures Your Superior Alaska Experience
With Natural Habitat Adventures, you receive our exclusive guarantee, which clearly states that we will meet the lofty expectations we set in our promotional materials. To our knowledge, this is the most ambitious guarantee made by any adventure travel company. Read our important promise.
Feel Good About the Way You Travel
We care deeply about our planet, just as you do. When you travel with us, the carbon emissions from your trip are 100-percent offset—Natural Habitat Adventures is the world’s first carbon-neutral travel company.
Natural Habitat is WWF's Travel Partner
Because of our commitment to environmentally friendly travel, as well as the exceptional quality of our adventures, World Wildlife Fund—the world's leading environmental conservation organization—has named Natural Habitat as its worldwide travel partner, a designation that makes us exceedingly proud!
A small-group photography adventure to the best wildlife locales in the Last Frontier, including Denali, Kenai Fjords and the brown bears of Brooks Falls!
14 Days / Jun - Sep, From $12395(+air)
Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Photo Safari
While superlatives strive to convey the grandeur of Alaska, they never quite manage to capture the reality. Our “Ultimate Alaska Wildlife Safari ” trip gets you deeper into the remote parts of Alaska far from the tourist areas that dominate other trips. We position you and your camera to capture the grandeur of a calving glacier; or at river’s edge, freezing time with your camera to capture a salmon leaping from the water and into the mouth of a patiently waiting brown bear. This is Alaska “less discovered”: bigger, wilder and more amazing than you’ve imagined. You’ve got to see it for yourself.