If you are already signed up for one of our trips, we encourage you to read through our Pre-Trip Information. You will also need to fill out and submit our Pre-Trip Questionnaire within 2 weeks of making your reservation.
Reservations will be confirmed upon the receipt of a deposit of $200 per person for 6-7 day trips and $300 per person for longer tours. Deposits may be paid for with a credit card, personal/ traveler check or money order and are on a first come first served basis. No reservations may be held without a deposit.
We can recommend hotel accommodations in Anchorage (as well as fun activities in the local area) and can help you with your reservations.
Full payment for all tours is due 60 days prior to departure. Pay Online
If Alaska Outdoors is notified in writing:
Alaska Outdoors reserves the right to cancel or alter any trip prior to or during your tour for any reason. Reasons include, but are not limited to weather conditions, changes in ferry schedules and road conditions. Alaska Outdoors is not responsible for expenses incurred as a result of these changes. In the rare event that Alaska Outdoors cancels a tour prior to departure a full refund will be granted.
Alaska Outdoors recommends the purchase of travel insurance to protect you from potential losses.
This form does not commit you or Alaska Outdoors, LLC to a trip in any way. Please note: this is a request for a reservation of space and NOT a confirmation that your reservation has been accepted. A trip you choose may already be filled.
“The overall experience was so good that it can’t be talked about adequately. Basically you can tell we are very, very satisfied clients and your guides had everything to do with that. Alaska contributed a fair share as well. We’ll never forget the experience that was created by you and your guides.”
“The meals were fantastic and kept us full the whole trip.”
“Your guide easily earned a "20" on a scale of 1-10 on every point! He set a new high bar for guides everywhere, and for thoughtfulness in general. We could not have had a better guide: he knows Alaska by heart and was able to show us not just the flora and fauna but also some of the challenges that Alaskans face.”