See Alaska’s captivating Northern Lights on this Fairbanks tour
If you like light shows, you’ll love this tour to see Alaska’s aurora borealis, the dancing lights that draw visitors and residents alike into the cold night air every winter.
The six-night Fairbanks, Alaska, tour will focus on the northern lights, which are particularly easy to spot in Fairbanks because of its proximity to the North Pole.
Guests will be able to view the lights from a heated log cabin away from city lights.
The itinerary also includes cultural tours and activities such as dogsled rides, reindeer hikes, curling lessons, a chance to soak in the geothermal Chena Hot Springs, northern lights photography lessons, snowshoeing and a visit to the city’s Ice Sculpture Museum.
Dates: Departures through March
Price: From $2,345 per person, double occupancy; $500 single supplement. Includes lodging, transfers and most meals. Airfare is not included.
Info: Gondwana Ecotours, (877) 587-8479
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