Wilds of Alaska & Western Canada

Banff - Anchorage

24 days through Canada, USA
FROM: $3770 USD
US Style School Bus, Boat
Two Dragoman Crew Members, Local Guides where necessary
Multishare Hostel 4 nights
Camping 15 nights
Wild Camp 2 nights
Basic Hotel 1 night
Breakfasts x 19, Lunches x 18, Dinners x 18
$520 USD per person
Foreign Travel Advice

Our journey through Alaska is all about the great outdoors and adventure activities. Whether we are exploring Seward, Denali or Kenai national Parks, we allow time for hiking, boat trips, quad biking or horse riding through some of the continents most spectacular landscapes; glaciers, snow capped mountains and stunning lakes make this part of the journey very special.

Then there is Canada's Yukon & Klondyke area, famed for its gold rush and its hub Dawson City; the area is still active in gold mining and we will visit one of the great Gold mining rigs. Throughout this region we will be camping in stunning locations, on the banks of lakes, rivers or under mountains.

This trip is also about the wildlife and there will be opportunities for bear spotting and witnessing the amazing salmon runs of the great British Colombian Rivers. As we cross through the Canadian Rockies, we will be time to go hiking, biking or rafting and also to visit some of the Native American communities.

Wander around the parks and museums in Anchorage
Visit Kenai Fjords National Park and see the massive Exit Glacier
Explore and hike in Denali National Park
Boat trip and night out in the wilds of the Alaskan Wilderness
Explore Wrangell-St Elias National Park
Travel the Top of the World Highway to Dawson City
Follow the footsteps of gold prospectors in Yukon at Klondike
Visit Whitehorse and Drege No. 4, gold mining rig
Drop by the famous 'sign post' forest
Hope to spot Alaskan grizzlies at Fish Creek, near Hyder

A great road trip through the back roads of the Rockies and Alaska; with some long distances to cover, but plenty of time for outdoor pursuits. This trip is definitely for those who enjoy the great outdoors and camping

Day 1 - Banff (27th June 2021)

Border information: If you are joining in Banff, you will most likely enter Canada at Calgary International Airport (IATA code: YYC).

There will be an important group meeting at 18:00 at the joining hotel - please look out at the hotel reception for a note from your leader with more details about this important meeting.

The rest of the day is free to explore Banff and its stunning surroundings. Please note that many of the options listed below will only be possible for those with extra time in Banff before the start of your trip with us - please contact the Sales team if you would like to book pre-tour accommodation with us to have extra time exploring Banff.

NB: At certain times of the year, due to public holidays and the volume of tourists we may opt to camp in Banff

Accommodation: Multishare Hostel

Day 2 - Banff (28th June 2021)
Day 3 - Jasper (29th June 2021)
Day 4 - Jasper (30th June 2021)
Day 5 - Francois Lake (1st July 2021)
Day 6 - Stewart (2nd July 2021)
Day 7 - Stewart (3rd July 2021)
Day 8 - Watson Lake (4th July 2021)
Day 9 - Whitehorse (5th July 2021)
Day 10 - Whitehorse (6th July 2021)
Day 11 - Dawson City (7th July 2021)
Day 12 - Dawson City (8th July 2021)
Day 13 - Tok (9th July 2021)
Day 14 - McCarthy (10th July 2021)
Day 15 - McCarthy (11th July 2021)
Day 16 - Denali Highway (12th July 2021)
Day 17 - Denali Highway (13th July 2021)
Day 18 - Denali NP (14th July 2021)
Day 19 - Denali NP (15th July 2021)
Day 20 - Denali NP (16th July 2021)
Day 21 - Seward (17th July 2021)
Day 22 - Seward (18th July 2021)
Day 23 - Anchorage (19th July 2021)
Day 24 - Anchorage - End Date (20th July 2021)

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Total Price (USD)
27 Jun 21 Banff
20 Jul 21 Anchorage

$3,770 USD

Status: Closed

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Duration: 24 days Booking Closed
04 Aug 21 Anchorage
27 Aug 21 Banff

$3,770 USD

Status: Closed

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Duration: 24 days Booking Closed

Ronan C

Both crew were excellent and helped make the trip enjoyable, and were very sociable and hard working.

Molly L

Lou was a perfect introduction to my experience with Dragoman crew. She knew how to handle all the different passengers on Betsy, especially particularly difficult passengers that didn’t make a tour leader’s life very easy. She’d always maintain a professional manner. All the while, she was more of a friend than a tour leader, and seemed to have fun along with the passengers, which was preferred rather than a “No, I’m working” attitude.

John W

The leaders were very helpful and pleasant. I was very happy with their leadership.

Deborah P

Both Lou and Seb worked very hard throughout this leg and the following on what was an extremely fast paced journey with a very diverse set of passengers. I would have no hesitation in going on further trips with either of them as leader or driver.

Natalie B

The National Parks were stunning and the campsites were great. Amazing to have Denali Park included in the kitty

Jennifer N

A brilliant first Dragoman trip!

Emily K

My overall experience with dragoman was fantastic. it was my first camping overlanding trip and I honestly loved everything about it!

George S

Overall a fantastic trip. Stunning scenery, a wide variety of optional activities to chose from

Claire T

It was all pretty awesome, but particularly enjoyed Denali National Park

Hilary Q

I loved it - it's a relaxed but essentially very organised means of travelling to places that are not really possible as a solo traveller.

Jeroen V

Great experience! Not just the destination, but the journey you got with dragoman. Enjoyed all of the trip

Maria H

Amazing trip, wonderfull crew, fantastic group!!!

Irene B

The nature in Alaska was unbelievably beautiful!!!!

Hannah G

Our tour leaders were brilliant. We also had an amazing time at the wild camp in McLaren.