Free 2 times Aurora Observations in Borealis Basecamp, the best location in Fairbanks.
You can choose to add an aurora dinner, enjoy the feast of taste buds, and extend the aurora observation time;
You can choose to add [Land Adventure Arctic Circle], conquer the Doton Road, and visit the Arctic Circle logo.
1st & 2nd Person
|VS: Value Season
PS: Peek Season
* Daytime schedule, $10/person/day
* Arctic Circle Day tour, $20/person/day
* Arctic Circle Fly Drive, $10/person/day for tour guide and driver, plus $10 for pilot
* Other activities and service, $5/person
Summary of the Day
Shuttle bus departs at 9am, 12pm, 15pm, 18pm, 21pm, 21:30pm, 23:00pm, 01:00+1. (It is the time to leave the airport after picking you up instead of flight arrival time)
Meeting point: tour desk near baggage claim carousel #1
Pick-up note: Guest’s name (English or pinyin)
1) 24/7 airport shuttle bus service (Westmark NO SHUTTLE)
Please call hotel front desk after arrival for shuttle arrangement (pick-up time, number and name of customers)
Meeting point: FAI airport, outside Arrival EXIT
Pick-up time: the shuttle bus may arrive 30 mins after you call.
2) Take a taxi to the hotel at your own expenses (estimated fare of $20-30 plus tips)
Meeting point: FAI airport, outside Arrival EXIT
Borealis Basecamp owns a restaurant in Fairbanks which offers different food. Besides, the camp will also play Aurora’s popular science videos in the lobby, which will give you a more comprehensive understanding of Aurora. There is also a professional photographer who will take you photos under Aurora, but at your own expense.
9:45am, you will leave Fairbanks and continue your journey to the North. First stop will be at Alyeska Pipeline Visitor’s Center, you will stop at Hilltop Gas Station where you can use the restroom and buy some snacks.
12:30 pm, you will reach the rugged Dalton Highway, where we will stop for the photo with the Dalton Highway Sign around 15 mins.
Then we will continue to the Yukon River Camp which you will reach around 2:20 pm (depending on road conditions).
Enjoy a quick hot meal and continue on to the Arctic Circle around 4:50 pm. On the return trip, we will stop once more at Yukon River to use the restroom.
We will arrive at Borealis Basecamp at 9:30 pm.
Complimentary gift: you will get an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate!
Travel to one of the “loneliest roads in the world”- the Dalton Highway, featured in the series “Ice Road Truckers.” Along the way, see Alaska’s famous oil pipeline, the mighty Yukon River, and the amazing storybook scenery as you journey towards the Arctic Circle. Keep your eyes peeled for an Arctic Fox! Our final destination is the Arctic Circle Sign, it shows you have crossed the Arctic Circle in ceremonious fashion and will receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate. Enjoy stunning views of interior Alaska and witness firsthand the remarkable wilderness scenery blanketed in snow.
Our tour will make you have more time to experience the expansive landscapes and fascinating cultures unique to Alaska’s Arctic in the short-day time of winter
Dog Sledding in winter / Dog Cart in autumn
* Dog Cart (9/1/2018-11/15/2018) – $99+ per person
* Dog Sledding (11/15/2018-4/10/2019) – $129+ per person
Tour Contents: Before Europeans arrived in Alaska, dog sledding was already a very important part of Alaskan local life. Dog sleds were the most convenient way to travel and to deliver important supplies between local villages in the dead of winter. Even today, dogsleds continue to be used in remote portions of Alaska for daily travel needs. On this tour, snuggle under a warm blanket with a friend and enjoy the rush of a brisk 30-minute sled ride through the beautiful forests of Alaska. Your musher will happily take photos for you and with you. You will be won over by both these enthusiastic Alaskan Huskies and their mushers.
Tour pick-ups begin at 10:00 a.m. Please be ready in the lobby of your hotel. You will travel to the outskirts of town, a journey which will last about 1 hour depending on road conditions.
After arrival, you will be able to take photos with the dogs, enjoy some hot drinks while being assigned to a sled. Your ride will last 30 minutes. Depending on the size of your group, there may be more than 1 round of sleds that go out before you depart to return to Fairbanks. Usually, time on site is about 1 hour, after which you will return to your hotel where you can rejoin the tour for lunch and the Fairbanks City Tour in the afternoon.
*Please note the sleds on this tour variously accommodate 2-4 people and are assigned by weight and the musher’s knowledge of the dogs. You will need to share your sled with other people. Please follow the musher’s guidance when he assigns seating.
Round trip transportation, musher service, and driving, hot drinks, a blanket for your legs.
Warm clothes, meals, tips for driver and guide ($5 and above is the suggested tip per guest per activity.)
9am, 12pm, 15pm, 18pm,
21pm, 21:30pm, 23:00pm
Fairbanks International Airport
tour desk near baggage claim carousel #1
– Free Airport Shuttle Service: 12pm, this is the pick-up time, not your flight arrive time, please schedule your flight arrive at the Anchorage airport before 11am.
– Meeting Location: Next to No.1 baggage claim;
– Pick-up Sign: Tour guide with a pick-up card (name indicated in your e-voucher)
– Taxi pick-up point: Anchorage Airport “arrival exit” Anchorage EXIT
– From Anchorage Airport to Downtown Hotel, approximately USD 20-30/Taxis
– If your arrival date is early or early the same day, you can contact our company to book the hotel one night prior to your trip at a discounted price.
The following terms apply to the refund policy when canceling or changing an order
1) Reducing the number of travelers
2) Canceling the entire order
3) Change to a different tour
* Possible only 31 days prior to the tour departure date.
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