Custom Alaska Tours

Alaska Outdoors has lead custom trips for Boy Scouts, Universities, High Schools, Families, Friends, Clubs, Organizations, and more.

Have a special interest? We have organized trips for groups with special dietary requirements, groups with special educational and or conservational interests, groups with special activity interests and more.

Our unique method of travel allows a great deal of customization with respect to location, activities, and interests of trip participants.

It also allows a great deal of flexibility with respect to costs. Camping is a very affordable (and highly desirable) method of exploring Alaska. We can keep your group’s costs down to a minimum (quite possibly the most affordable package option available in Alaska), or we can add all the bells and whistles, it’s up to you.

Want to add a few cozy cabin nights to the itinerary, perhaps an adventurous activity or two, just let us know. We can also arrange special events such as birthdays, anniversaries, and retirement celebrations. Camping is an excellent way to celebrate with friends.

Contact us to discuss your options. We offer trip leader discounts (sometimes the trip leader goes free!), will provide promotional materials to help sell your trip, and will work with your group independently to ensure your vacation is exactly as you wish.

Please fill out the following form and we will contact you right away to discuss your options. If we can’t offer what you’re looking for we’ll help you find someone else who can.


Hey Boy Scouts!

Check out the article written in Boy’s Life Magazine about a trip we led for Troop 256 from Las Vegas, NV.

View a video of a trip we led for Troop 345 from Deephaven, MN.


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Did you know?


According to the Travel Industry Association, camping is the #1 outdoor vacation activity in America.

“You’ve got a great organization!”

Jim Nehring

“Thanks a lot, it’s something I’m going to remember for the rest of my life, it was such a great trip, A+ for everything, it was the best way to travel in Alaska for the first time.”