Alaska Adventure Travel & Expeditions
The Great Land beckons those seeking an Alaska expedition, with its soaring, white-capped peaks, abundant wildlife, and storied fishing villages. It’s iconic North America, rugged yet friendly and welcoming—and a perfect introduction to adventure travel. Your Alaska adventure tour brims with the state’s finest (and most unique) opportunities: crossing the Arctic Circle right on the International Date Line, a rare accomplishment for most travelers; visiting the picturesque Pribilof archipelago, with more than 700,000 fur seals and 225 bird species; keeping watch for whales and pods of orca hunting for food and brown bears digging for clams; and exploring Kodiak Island, rich with cultural remnants of both Russian fur traders and ancient peoples, among other Alaska adventure travel must-dos.
Most of Zegrahm’s Alaska eco travel programs are led by Zegrahm director and Alaska resident Kevin Clement; and you, as an active participant in the expedition, will experience the Great Land in ways you never thought possible. Alongside Kevin, a team of experts helps you delve deep into the region, answering your questions and whetting your appetite for more, whether it's exploring the booming port town of Dutch Harbor, base of operations for the Deadliest Catch fishing fleet, or setting foot on Russia’s easternmost realm. Our expedition teams and their breadth of experience with Alaska adventure travel guarantee one of the most comprehensive expeditions available for exploring The Last Frontier.
The itineraries we offer vary from year to year; below please find our upcoming Alaska adventure travel expeditions.
Expeditions to Alaska
Having lived in Alaska for over a decade, Zegrahm field director, Kevin Clement, will lead this truly personal Alaska expedition, exposing travelers to the real “Great Land.” Denali National Park adventure travel offers opportunities to photograph wildflower meadows, moose, caribou, Dall sheep, and grizzly bears. In magnificent Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, don crampons for a glacier walk; in Cordova raft amid icebergs; and, in Prince William Sound, photograph bald eagles and sea otters.
Take full advantage of the long hours of mid-summer to trace the pristine shores of the Alaskan Peninsula and step ashore on the remote, seldom-visited Aleutian Islands. This Alaska and Aleutian Islands tour explores a variety of magnificent marine and wildlife habitats—rivers, fjords, spectacular bays and remote coves, dense forests, and towering coastal mountains. Numerous Zodiac excursions negotiate sea cliffs and sculpted basalt formations for up-close sightings of nesting seabirds numbering in the hundreds of thousands.