Welcome to Alaska

Alaska is a land of glaciers, mountains, and rivers! The outdoors is your playground here, where nature reigns supreme. Anyone who loves the outdoors will find Alaska a true paradise, whether hiking through the forest or fishing in a pristine lake. Consider a visit to Alaska if you want a change of scenery. Wildlife and beautiful landscapes abound in this Western US state. With its vast wilderness and bustling cities, it has something for everyone. If you’re thinking of visiting Alaska, take it!

Glaciers are not the only extremes in Alaska. Every one of these frozen rivers of ice is stunningly beautiful, regardless of their size or shape. It’s an unforgettable experience to explore or watch a massive glacier from afar. Take a trip to Alaska to experience its majesty and power!

When To Visit Alaska

Alaska is a land of glaciers, mountains, and rivers! The outdoors is your playground here, where nature reigns supreme. During the summer months, Alaska is at its best. Despite its shortness, the summer months are the driest and warmest of the year. The State of Alaska has a lot to offer between mid-May and mid-September.

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Lemosho Route which is the newest route and an alternative to Shira route is undoubtedly the most scenic route to Kilimanjaro. Considered one of the easier routes to the highest mountain of Africa, Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the best experiences you will have on the summit. The Lemosho route is one of the more up to date routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route starts in the west and instead of just meeting Shira Plateau (like Machame), Lemosho crosses it from Shira Ridge to Shira Camp. Climbers experience low traffic until the route joins the Machame route. A while later, Lemosho finishes a similar route Lava Tower, Barranco and Barafu, known as the southern circuit. The base number of days required for this route is six days, albeit eight days is perfect. Lemosho is viewed as the most beautiful route on Kilimanjaro and stipends all- encompassing vistas on different sides of the mountain. It is our preferred route since it offers an extraordinary parity of low traffic, picturesque perspectives, and a high summit achievement rate.

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Known as the “Whiskey” route, the Machame route is presently the most prominent route on the mountain. Contrasted and Marangu, the days on Machame are longer and the strolls are more extreme. The Machame route is viewed as a difficult route and is more qualified for progressively courageous people and those with some climbing or exploring background. Machame Route is considered as the most striking route because of the spectacular view of the summit. The route in on the southern side of the mountain, the northern side of the mountain receives heavier rainfall and has a more dense forest. The route is quite a stepper but very good for acclimatization. The summit attempt path from Barafu camp has less loose scree (rocks) compared to the summit attempt path from Kibo Hut, making it slightly easier to reach the crater rim. The route starts from the south, at that point travels east, navigating underneath Kilimanjaro’s southern ice field before summiting. The base number of days required for this route is six days, albeit seven days is prescribed. The Machame route is grandly beautiful and varied. However, because of the substantial groups, it loses a portion of its splendour.

The Top Parks To Explore On Your Alaska Safari

Denali National Park

Experience the beauty of Alaska with Denali National Park. Brought to you by the US National Park Service.

Katmai National Park

Katmai National Park and Preserve is the home to one of North America’s largest grizzly bear populations.

PWS & Kenai Fjords National Park

We provide pictures of the most beautiful landscape and animals in the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

Lake Clark National Park

At Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, experience the land, culture, and history of this incredible place. Come visit us

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Steamboat Bay Fishing Lodge

The Steamboat Bay Fishing Lodge is a remote and secluded wilderness retreat situated in the heart of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. Here, guests can fish for wild salmon, enjoy gourmet cuisine prepared by an award-winning chef and relax in luxurious accommodations.

Guide Price £200 per person 1 Days

Kenai Riverside Resort

The Kenai Riverside Resort is a comfortable Alaskan wilderness lodge situated on the banks of the Kenai River. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife, it offers comfortable accommodations and outdoor adventures—including fly fishing.

Guide Price £50 per person 3 Days

Robe Lake Lodge

At Robe Lake Lodge, guests can enjoy a tranquil getaway in the Canadian wilderness. Nestled on the shores of a pristine lake, the lodge features cozy cabins, delicious cuisine and outdoor adventures such as fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing to satisfy any adventurer’s desire.

Guide Price £20 per person 1 Days

Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge

The Robe Lake Lodge Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge is a luxury retreat in Alaska’s majestic Kenai Peninsula. Offering stunning mountain views, exquisite accommodations, and unparalleled access to outdoor adventures, it’s the perfect place for seeking a unforgettable Alaskan experience.

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