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NORTH AMERICA | Anchorage, Talkeenta, Denali National Park, Girdwood | 8 Days / 7 Nights

Alaska

Mom, dad and daughter view an outdoor exhibit of native Alaskan artwork and totem poles Snow covered mountains near pine trees A jet boat on a river 3 reindeer grazing A grizzly bear in a forested area A river flows through a valley between two mountains towards glacier-filled water
Mom, dad and daughter view an outdoor exhibit of native Alaskan artwork and totem poles
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Visit the Alaskan Native Heritage Center, rich in native Alaskan art and culture.
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Discover the beauty and majesty of "The Last Frontier" on this Adventures by Disney Alaska vacation. Alaska is home to Denali—the highest mountain peak in North America—and also boasts over 3 million lakes, volcanic islands and 16,000 square miles (41,439 square km) of glacier ice. Explore some of the most stunning terrains in the world. And take home memories of unforgettable natural splendor!

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Girdwood

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Accommodations: The Hotel Alyeska

A grizzly bear looks off into the distance

BREAKFAST AT THE HOTEL

Enjoy a delicious breakfast before you begin your day of adventures.

ALASKA WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER VISIT

See firsthand the conservation efforts taking place in Alaska at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, located on the shores of Turnagain Arm in a beautiful mountainous setting amid hanging glaciers. Explore the Center with a naturalist and get an up-close view of bears, moose and bison. Learn how all the wild animals housed here have been rescued and are in the process of being rehabilitated.

ON YOUR OWN AT PORTAGE GLACIER OR IN GIRDWOOD

Enjoy lunch and the afternoon on your own. Visit either Portage Glacier or Girdwood. If you choose to explore Portage Glacier, get dropped off at Begich Boggs Visitor Center to learn about this glacier and how it once filled the 14-mile-long (22.53-km-long) Portage Valley. After a quick bite at Porter Glacier Day Lodge, take a leisurely hike out to the glacier for some frosty fun. Or if you choose to head back to Girdwood, stroll leisurely down the streets of this historic gold mining town on your own and discover charming shops and friendly folks. Ask your Adventure Guides to recommend a restaurant for lunch that would be ideal for your family.

FAREWELL DINNER AT THE HOTEL ALYESKA

As your Alaskan vacation comes to a close, join your travel friends back at the resort for a farewell dinner. Get into the rhythm during a performance of traditional dancers and drummers as Alaska's Native heritage comes to life before your eyes!