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Alaska Northern Lights Tour

Unique Alaska Northern Lights Tour to Northern Alaska, guided by Alaska photographer, author and guide Laurent Dick

Discover one of the best places in Alaska where you can see the Northern Lights most often and with greatest intensity. Cross the Arctic Circle and explore the Dalton Highway of famed Ice Road Truckers. Stay in one of the quaintest villages in Alaska. Explore the incredible scenery of the Brooks Range along the Dalton Highway.

Alaska Northern Lights Tour and Viewing with Wild Alaska Travel Alaska Northern Lights Tour and Viewing with Wild Alaska Travel

2015 Tour dates:

Alaska Northern Lights Tour in Wiseman - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska TravelMarch 25 – April 1, 2015 SOLD OUT

April 2 – April  9, 2015 (2 spaces available)

8 Days / 7 Nights · From Fairbanks  

$2,650 per person (double occupancy), $2,950 per person (single occupancy). A deposit of US$500 is required at time of booking to hold your spot, with balance payment due 120 prior to tour departure.

All inclusive (all accommodations, meals, transportation & activities), airfare to/from Fairbanks not included

Maximum 6 guests

  • Alaska Northern Lights Tour with Wild Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent DickTravel along theDalton Highway, an almost mythic road that runs for over 400 miles through Arctic wilderness, follow the famous Ice Road Truckers, and explore some of the most dramatic scenery in Alaska
  • Cross the Arctic Circle and stay with a local Alaskans in the Brooks Range
  • Experience  the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) and learn how to capture them with your own camera
  • Explore magical winter landscapes
  • See Arctic Wildlife
  • Dip your toes in amazing hot springs

The best time for viewing the Northern Lights in Alaska are fall and spring  when there are generally: 1) frequent displays, 2) clear skies, and 3) generally milder weather.







Cross the Arctic Circle with Wild Alaska TravelDay 1 · Fairbanks – Arrival, transfer to hotel, Welcome dinner

Day 2 · Fairbanks – Wiseman – Dalton Highway, Yukon River & Arctic Circle Crossing

Day 3 · Wiseman – Brooks Range exploration& wildlife viewing around Atigun Pass

Day 4 ·  Wiseman  – Northern foothills of the Brooks Range exploration

Day 5 · Wiseman –  Koyukuk Valley exploration

Alaska Northern Lights Tour and viewing with Wild Alaska TravelDay 6 · Wiseman –  Chena Hot Springs – Dalton Highway, Chena Hot Springs

Day 7 · Chena Hot Springs – Fairbanks –  Chena Hot Springs, Aurora Ice Museum, Farewell Dinner

Day 8 · Fairbanks – Departures & flights back home

The Alaska Northern Lights Tour met all our expectations and way, way more! Without a doubt, you are the consummate professional who is able to give your clients the best experience possible. We were lucky enough to observe firsthand your complete knowledge of Alaska, your helpfulness with photography, your ability to cook and keep us all healthy, your driving abilities on the most difficult of roads (the Dalton Highway), your talent for staying up all hours of the night while awakening us only when a photographic situation presents itself and best of all, your concern for all your clients’ well-being and satisfaction…the sum total of this is that we were able to have the most incredible experience imaginable. Thank you so much! Take care and we look forward to many future trips with you and Wild Alaska Travel!                – Richard and Lori Rothstein, Florida –

We so loved our time with you this trip. Traveling up north and seeing the Northern lights was a dream come true, and completely magical.  Thanks for sharing your passion for the Alaskan wilderness and your love of adventure. We had a blast. – Lucy & Susan Yarnell, Washington, D.C. –

 Alaska Northern Lights Tour with Wild Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel