2018 Alaska Caravan #1

July 8 - August 26, 2018 Dawson Creek, BC

Alaska is a vacation destination you don’t want to miss! Scenic views of towering mountains and sparkling glaciers and waterways are abundant along Alaska’s highways, as well as up-close encounters with wildlife like sheep, eagles and moose. We’ve planned the most efficient route so you get the most out of your experience. Our experienced hosts will take care of all the details so you can sit back and enjoy this unique land. This is truly a trip of a lifetime!

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Days 1-2: Dawson Creek, BC
• Welcome to Dawson Creek Presentation
• Caravan Orientation
• Group Photo at Milepost “0”
• Welcome Dinner

Day 3: Fort Nelson, BC
• Welcome Visitor Program

Day 4: Muncho Lake, BC

Day 5: Watson Lake, YT
• Liard Outdoor Hot Springs (optional)
• Signpost Forest & Museum (optional)
• Evening Dinner

Days 6-8: Whitehorse, YT
• Pioneer Banquet
• City Tour of Whitehorse
• SS Klondike Tour
• Frantic Follies Vaudeville Show
• Free Day

Day 9: Destruction Bay, YT
• Breakfast at the Campground

Days 10-12: Tok, AK
• Chicken, AK (optional)
• Travel to Dawson City via the Top of the World Highway (optional)

Days 13-15: Valdez, AK
• City Tour
• Columbia Glacier Cruise
• Free Day (Optional Fishing Excursions)

Day 16-18: Palmer, AK
• Palmer’s Visitor Center
• Agricultural Showcase Garden
• Colony House Museum
• Musk Ox Farm
• Lunch at the Inn Cafe
• Free Day

Days 19-20: Seward, AK
• Alaska SeaLife Center
• Free Day (Optional Fishing)

Days 21-23: Homer, AK
• Evening Dinner
• 2 Free Days
• Optional Fishing

Days 24-26: Anchorage, AK
• Anchorage City Tour to Include Lunch
• Anchorage Museum of History & Art
• Alaska Native Heritage Museum
• Ulu Factory Tour
• Free Day

Days 27-30: Denali, AK
• Cabin Nite Dinner Theatre
• Husky Homestead tour
• Denali National Park Tour to Include Box Lunch
• Free Day

Days 31-34: Fairbanks, AK
• Alaska Salmon Bake
• Palace Saloon Show
• Fairbanks City Tour to Include Lunch
• Eldorado Gold Mine tour
• Riverboat Discovery tour
• Free Day with Optional Barrow, AK and Arctic Circle Tour

Day 35: Tok, AK

Day 36: Destruction Bay, YT
• BBQ Dinner

Days 37-38: Haines, AK
• Fjord Express to Juneau, AK Includes Continental Breakfast and Light Dinner, Wildlife and Whale Watching, City of Juneau Bus Tour, Salmon Hatchery

Days 39-40: Skagway, AK
• White Pass and Yukon Train Ride
• Free Time to Explore Skagway

Days 41-42: Whitehorse, YT
• Evening Dinner
• Free Day

Day 43: Watson Lake, YT

Day 44: Iskut, BC
• Optional Trout Fishing

Days 45-46: Stewart, BC
• Bear Viewing in Hyder
• Salmon Glacier (optional)
• Free Day

Days 47-48: Smithers, BC

Day 49: Prince George, BC
• Farewell Dinner

Day 50: Farewell
• Farewell Continental Breakfast

PRICE INCLUDES: Caravan hosts and tailenders, camping fees, admission to attractions and meals noted in the schedule, bussing provided on the majority of the tours (tow cars will be used when it is impractical to bus a short distance), taxes and gratuities, 2018 Milepost Magazine

NOTE: Winnebago Outdoor Adventures reserves the right to run this caravan without a tailender if we do not meet the minimum number required for two host units.

Tow cars are recommended. CB radios are required.

Information on optional fishing excursions, a Brown Bear Adventure in Homer, helicopter, rafting, and ATV adventures in Denali and Arctic Circle adventures out of Fairbanks will be emailed out on or before March 15, 2018.

The electric service on this caravan will not always accommodate your air conditioner or electric heater.

IMPORTANT: Identification is necessary for Customs and Immigration. All US and Canadian citizens will need a valid passport when crossing the US/Canadian border.

NOTE: This event is subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, or for the best interest of the participants.

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  1. Stephanie Chapin posted on November 24, 2017

    Question…. we have a small B+ Winnibego Fuse 24 feet long and don’t take a tow car. Will that prohibit us from going?

    1. Merrisa Petersen posted on November 27, 2017

      Hi Stephanie,
      Not at all! Tow cars are only recommended, not required. There are always a few who don’t bring tow cars and get along just fine.