When you work with me, you’ll be thrilled at the way your Alaska vacation becomes elevated, intimate, uncomplicated, and full of “pinch me now” moments.
You’ll feel secure knowing your investment in this vacation is giving you some of the travel memories you’ll treasure for the rest of your life.
You’ll be able to relax knowing that I’ll guide you through some of the most common choices and dilemmas that travelers encounter. Imagine trying to make all these decisions by yourself…
- Which glacier experience should you choose on a 7 day cruise?
- Why should you consider a Vancouver departure instead of a Seattle departure for a cruise?
- Which ports of call “need” paid excursions and what independent experiences are possible?
- When should you splurge on Gold class on the Alaska Railroad?
- Where’s the best location for whale-watching?
- What animals are on your wishlist and what time of year is the best time to see them?
- Why should you spend at least two nights in the Denali National Park area if you’re doing a land package?
- Is spending a week in the Kenai Peninsula worth it?
- Should you take the train or do a self-drive?
- What month would surprise you for how much rain you’ll experience? (Hint: it’s in the summer!)
- Which months see road closures in Denali National Park that you should plan around?
- Are there expedition-style, small-ship cruises available instead of mass-market huge boats?
- What up-close glacier experiences are possible if you’re doing a land-package in Alaska?
- Where can you go kayaking, snorkeling, ice-climbing, or other adventure activities?
- Which luxury fly-in wilderness lodges are worth the splurge?
- Can we ever see the Northern Lights in Alaska?
- How can you have a guaranteed bear spotting flightseeing experience?
- Is it possible to visit all the National Parks in Alaska in one trip?
In just one phone call or a few emails, you’ll instantly have the answers to any of the questions above. No need to spend hours “researching” on your own or hoping that you’re getting accurate information from non-professionals.
Alaska, “The Last Frontier”, is one of my favorite destinations. Once you visit, you’ll be tempted to return again and again. It will be my pleasure to start you on this trip of a lifetime.