COVID-19 INFORMATION

for our guests

Keeping You Safe

As we welcome travelers back to exploring Alaska with Adventure Alaska Tours, our priority remains to protect the health and safety of our guests and our communities. Like you, we are eager to get out traveling again and it has been wonderful to hear from so many old and new friends ready to book tours.

Adventure Alaska Tours is committed to staying up to date with all public health and local government regulations. We have implemented a best-practices protocol with respect to COVID-19. This will include: daily cleaning and disinfecting of all vehicles; frequent sanitizing of all high touch points in the vehicle and the use of face coverings by guides when physical distancing is not feasible. Vans will be equipped with EPA approved disinfectants and sterilization products such as; alcohol wipes, hand-sanitizers and UVC disinfecting wands.

Prior to arrival, guests will be asked to sign a COVID-19 Release. Additionally proof of full vaccination before arrival into Alaska will be required.

We will ask that our guests be prepared for physical distancing and the wearing of properly-fitted masks at all times while traveling in vehicles, on internal flights and at all other times during our tours when physical distancing cannot be maintained. Family groups traveling together may be excepted from this policy.

These approaches and practices will be adjusted in line with updates from the CDC and local authorities.

For information on travel to Alaska, you can check Alaska’s up to date travel guidelines at www.covid19.alaska.gov/travelers

When you are ready to travel again, we’ll be here.

Excellent organization. Nothing to be changed. I would recommend this as a trip of a lifetime.
Major John E. Millard
(U.S.Army retired)
Everything was excellent- trip got better everyday! We experienced so much more than we ever imagined we would. The Alaskan "locals" were wonderful and full of information, the weather was great, the scenery was breathtaking.
 Cathy & Gary E. - New York
We still talk about our experiences on our Adventure Alaska trip all the time. Needless to say we had a wonderful time.
Denny & Debby G - Ohio
We had a great time with you, and do hope we can join you again, hopefully during the Iditarod…
Milli & Ken H. - Florida
Thanks again for leading us on an adventure through the last frontier. It took me a while when we got home to get used to seeing more robins than bald eagles, no moose wandering along the streets and seeing the stars when it actually got dark!
Abbie H. (aged 13) - Massachusetts
We continue to be reminded of how lucky we were to be a part of such a unique touring company when we compare notes with our friends who have done the 'Cruise Ship Tour'.
Randy & Cora B - Connecticut

Image Credits

Road to Special Places, Nic McPhee, 2006
Tracy Arm Glacier, Michelle Maria, 2014
Brown Bears, Chris McLennan, 2009
Glacier, Chris McLennan, 2009
Kennicott Copper Mine, Matt Hage, 2005
Anaktavuk Pass, Michael DeYoung, 2010
Prince William Sound, Chris McLennan, 2009
Water Mountain Clouds, Ed Gregory, 2015
Prince William Sound, Chris McLennan, 2009
Flowers in Valley, Alaska Travel Association
Denali National Park, Michael DeYoung, 2010
Eagle River, Matt Hage, 2010
Cow Moose, Michael DeYoung, 2010
Mount McKinley, Skeeze, 2015
Glacier Calving, Jacqueline Schmid, 2011
Glacier Bay, Brian Adams, 2010
Kayakers, Matt Hage, 2010
Alaska River, Ed Gregory, 2015
Misty Fjords, Mark Kelley, 2010
Moose in Denali, Matt Hage, 2005
Homer Beach, Matt Hage, 2005
Kayakers, Alaska Travel Association
Root Glacier, Matt Hage, 2005
Glacier Ice Mountains, Jacqueline Schmid, 2011
Sled Dogs, Matt Hage, 2005
Alaska Wilderness Sky, David Mark,2005
Husky Dog, Skeeze, 2016
Flightseeing, Matt Hage, 2010
Juneau, Mark Kelley, 2011
Moose, Matt Hage, 2005
Denali Highway, Matt Hage, 2005
Mendenhall Glacier, Mark Kelley, 2010
Setting Moon, Mark Kelley, 2010
Lake Water Reflections, David Mark, 2014