Anchorage –  72 hours in style

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Day 1:  Anchorage for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation at Hotel Captain Cook
Located in downtown Anchorage, this luxury hotel is near the Anchorage Museum.
Large and modern hotel with  4 restaurants, a conference centre, and 15 retail stores.\.
Among the various dining options is the Crow’s Nest featuring fine dining French/American cuisine and a wide variety of wine. The Pantry café specializes in Alaskan dishes.
Beautiful views of the Chugach Mountains or Cook Inlet are provided from each room at Captain Cook Hotel. Decorated with rich colors and carpeted floors, all rooms include free Wi-Fi and a refrigerator.

Rest of the day at leisure to explore on own

Located in Southcentral Alaska on the shores of Cook Inlet, the Municipality of Anchorage is a unique urban environment situated in the heart of the wilderness. There’s a special mystique to Alaska. The name conjures up adventure, raw natural beauty — glaciers, mountains and seas, unmatched the world around — fascinating wildlife, a unique cultural heritage, and independent, pioneering people. Here you will find four-star restaurants and small cafes, an outstanding Museum of History and Art and a multitude of other fun activities.

Enjoy downtown shopping at any of the artist hot spots, or relax and enjoy the nightlife of Anchorage. Infamous restaurants dot the downtown area and offer wonderful opportunities to enjoy everything from fresh salmon to prime rib. Be sure to get to sleep early, as tomorrow is the start of your tour.

Dinner reservation at the hotel at the Crow’s Nest for an amazing view on the water and mountains.

Day 2:
Anchorage to Seward Cruise Ship Private Transfer and Tour
Your guide will pick you up in Anchorage and take you for a tour.
You will take a trip down the scenic Seward highway along the Turnagain Arm. The highway is craved out of the foot of a mountain range and you’ll see mountain goats and maybe even a beluga white in the Turnagain arm.
You will make a stop at Beluga Point for photos and possibly Dall Sheep.
Then, we will head to Girdwood Station and ride tram up Mt. Alyeska for lunch.
National Geographic continuously ranks this unpretentious place as the world’s best ski town
We will make a stop at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center with over 250 acres of all the Alaska animals, before heading to Seward.

Dinner reservation at Kincaid Grill for amazing fresh fish and scallops

Day 3:
Private hike on the Chugach Mountains
You have many options depending on your fitness level, from the steep-and-gorgeous Bird Ridge to the fun of O’Malley Peak. If you looking for a moderate hike with amazing views, your guide will take you to Flattop Mountain.  You will enjoy a views of Denali and the mountains. 

Afternoon biking tour on Tony Knowles Coast Trail
One of the most beautiful coastal trails in the nation; the trail gently winds along the coast eleven miles from downtown to the chalet at Kincaid Park and is by far Anchorage’s most popular trail. Leave the bustling city behind, and explore a local treasure that tells a long tale of natural and human history. Skirt the fault line of the ’64 quake, stroll through scented forests, look for moose, and take in sweeping vistas where you can spot beluga whales and North America’s highest peak, Mount McKinley also known as Denali all in a single view.

Ice Cream Time at Wild Scoops
All the ice creams are made with local ingredients such as  blueberries from Talkeetna and Alaskan birch syrup.  

Dinner reservation at Jens’ Restaurant
Fine and creative cuisine by Jens Hansen. The chef loves Scandinavian-accented cuisine that sublimates fresh local ingredients.

 Day 4:
Private transfer from hotel to Anchorage airport



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