This full-day tour will take us from Anchorage, southeast along the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet. We often see Dahl Sheep, mountain goat, moose, beluga whales, bald eagles, both black and brown bears, and, at times, other wildlife along the way. We'll visit Portage Valley, the isthmus that connects the mainland of Southcentral Alaska with the Kenai Peninsula. Portage Valley is home to multiple glaciers, a few of which are visible along our journey on any given day.
A Tent City Tours guide will pick you and your group up at your hotel by 8am the day of your tour. We'll make several stops as we travel south, to take full advantage of the best wildlife viewing opportunities. We'll spend time in Portage Valley where, depending on conditions, we'll see several glaciers which could include Explorer, Middle, Byron, Burns and Portage Glaciers. As an option, you may be able to add time at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Whittier, the Alyeska Tram, or Portage Valley Glacier Cruise to your tour - fees for these are not included. Please contact us in advance if you'd like to plan these additions. You can expect to be back at your hotel between 3 & 4pm.