This motorhome itinerary features Alaska’s most profoundly beautiful scenery and offers fantastic opportunities for wildlife viewing. Travelling by motorhome is especially suited to independent travellers seeking exploration in this vast and remote wilderness, home to North America’s highest peak, Denali, and the incredible marine life and glaciers of the Kenai Peninsula.
- Enjoy a full day in Denali National Park with endless opportunities for wildlife spotting
- Visit the glaciers and mountains surrounding Valdez
- Explore the wildlife rich waters of Kenai Fjords National Park
- Motorhome rental throughout
- 1500 mileage package
- Two personal and one vehicle provision kit
Offering the ultimate flexibility, you have the choice of following our suggested itinerary and pre-booking your overnight campsite stops or book your motorhome rental only and vary the itinerary as you travel.
We recommend pre-booking campsites during peak season in Alaska, from mid-May to September and in the itinerary we have provided suggested campsites.
Prices & Dates *
Airfares start from around £1,000 per person and are quoted separately to the holiday price. When enquiring, our Travel Specialists will provide the best fare possible from your preferred airline / airport.
From prices per person based on 2 sharing a room with private bathroom, including motorhome hire
|Departure||Duration||Car category||Twin price (pp)|
|May - Sep 2018||11 nights||C25 motorhome||£1,317|
- Motorhome rental throughout (standard C25 motorhome)
- 1500 mileage package
- Comprehensive insurance cover (up to one million US dollars liability)
- Accidental damage (subject to a deductible excess)
- Two personal kits (bedding, towels etc)
- One vehicle provision kit (pots, pans and crockery)
- 24 hour emergency assistance from our team during your holiday
- No surcharge guarantee
Itinerary & Accommodation
Itinerary & Accommodation
Collect your Cruise America motorhome from the Anchorage depot and drive northeast on the Glenn Highway. You'll pass the townships of Eagle River and Chugiak and continue on towards Palmer, which is about an hour's drive from Anchorage. As you head through the Eklutna Flats, enjoy the towering vistas of the Chugach and Talkeetna Mountains, and catch a glimpse of Pioneer Peak, the closest peak in the distance. Suggested campsite: Mt. View RV Park, Palmer
Today you will head from Palmer to Denali National Park, continuing on the Parks Highway drive through the Matanuska-Susitna Valley and Denali State Park. If time permits take a side trip to the small community of Talkeetna. Suggested campsite: Riley Creek Campground, Denali Park Village
Denali is home to six million acres of wild land, bisected by one ribbon of road. Highly recommended is a guided tour into Denali National Park. As you travel into the park you’ll see the relatively low-elevation taiga forest give way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains, culminating in North America's tallest peak, 20,320ft Denali, formerly Mount McKinley. Wild animals large and small roam unfenced lands. Solitude, tranquility and wilderness awaits. Suggested campsite: Riley Creek Campground, Denali Park Village
Today continue on the Parks Highway north to Fairbanks. Accompanied by incredible forest and mountain landscape you’ll drive through the communities of Healy, Nenana and the community of Ester, an old gold mining camp. Suggested campsite: Rivers Edge Resort, Fairbanks
Enjoy a free day today in Fairbanks, Alaska's second largest city. A visit to the Museum of the North is highly recommended. Suggested campsite: Rivers Edge Resort, Fairbanks
Today you head to Glennallen, following the Richardson Highway until Delta Junction. Just outside of Fairbanks you’ll drive by the North Pole, the home of North America's Santa Claus. In Delta Junction take the Richardson Highway and drive south towards Glennallen. The nearby Copper River has world class salmon fishing, excellent hiking and rafting and even flightseeing. Suggested campsite: Tolsona Wilderness Campground, Glennallen
Today you’ll head to Valdez, enjoy the spectacular drive on the Richardson Highway, part of the route parallels the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Weather permitting stop and enjoy incredible views of the Wrangell Mountains. Drive by Worthington Glacier and through Keystone Canyon with its waterfalls. Valdez is a must see on your Alaska itinerary, the crashing glaciers and towering Chugach mountains rising from the sea make Valdez absolutely picturesque. Suggested campsite: Bear Paw RV Park, Valdez
Follow the spectacular Glenn Highway today, skirting the edge of the vast Wrangell St Elias National Park and make your way to Anchorage for an overnight stop. Suggested campsite: Golden Nugget RV Park, Anchorage
Your destination for today is the port town of Seward, gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Seward is one of Alaska's oldest and most scenic communities, with Mt. Marathon rising steeply behind the town. Suggested campsite: Stoney Creek RV Park, Seward
Spend today at leisure exploring the Kenai Fjords National Park home to some of most pristine, rugged, breathtaking glacial vistas in the USA. The massive Harding Icefield feeds the 38 glaciers of the park. In turn these glaciers have been sculpting the fjords making a home for the many species of marine life – mammals, fish and seabird alike. Enjoy a Wildlife & Glacier cruise into scenic Kenai Fjords National Park and maybe even spot a whale. Suggested campsite: Stoney Creek RV Park, Seward
Spend this morning at leisure and this afternoon head back on the Seward Highway to Anchorage. Suggested campsite: Golden Nugget RV Park, Anchorage
Return your motorhome to the Anchorage depot and continue on your travels.
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