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Complete Tour of Anchorage

  • 66 Ratings

See Anchorage through a native's eyes on a guided tour of this shoreline city. Check out the must-sees sights as you listen to informative and entertaining stories of Alaskan life.

Duration: 2 hours
Cancellation: No refunds for cancelled bookings.

What You Will Do

  • Set off on a guided tour around Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, as a professional guide makes sure you enjoy your tour
  • Learn about the indigenous history and culture of the area from a local, who is part of the Tribal Council
  • Uncover the facts of the historic Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and what it means to residents today
  • Marvel at all sorts of landmarks and attractions, including the Anchorage Museum and the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

What's Included

  • Guided tour of Anchorage

Customer Reviews

  • 66 Ratings

  • Martin

I did both the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Tour and the Anchorage City Tour combined together on the same day due to the tour scheduling. It was fun. I learned a lot about Alaska and Anchorage. I thought the tour guide, Ben, was knowledgeable and informative about the tour material. It was a nice experience and I’m glad I did it while on my trip to Alaska. - Martin

February 21, 2018

  • Merel

I had a wonderful time on my day of the Turnagain Arm and Wildlife Tour and the All Around City Tour in Anchorage! our guide, Ben, had great stories and information to share with us, and the scenery of Alaska really speaks for itself! We stopped at multiple points on the drive down the Seward Scenic Highway to take photos and to just take the scenery in. The Wildlife Conservatory was very enjoyable. The City Tour gave me, I think a very well-rounded idea of what Anchorage has to offer! I enjoyed Earthquake Park, Lake Hood, and the Native Medical Center’s Art Collection the most. Ben has lots of good recommendations of things to do in and around Anchorage as well. Thanks for a great day!

February 21, 2018

  • Phillip

Very interesting tour from a native Alaskan

February 19, 2018
Anchorage, AK, USA