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【7-Day】Aurora Viewing, Fairbanks, Denali, Arctic Circle Aurora Winter Train Tour (overnight at Borealis Basecamp) from Anchorage, Fairbanks Out (with Airport Transfers) - Tour Code: 8925

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Child prices apply for the hotel, bus seat occupancy, optional tours and admissions tickets.

If the child is under 2 years of age, the room/seat can be shared for free for the child. (Note: No seat will be provided for child)

If the child is over 2 years of age, some tour packages have mentioned prices for child if not mentioned standard price applies for the child as a second, third or forth traveler.

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Different tour providers have different pricing policies for children under age of 2.

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Start City: Anchorage End City: Fairbanks

Duration: 7 Day(s) Language: Chinese&English Airport Pickup: Yes


☆ Including Aurora Winter Train and Arctic Circle Drive Tour fee!

☆ Including 1 Aurora Viewing in Borealis Basecamp, Chena Hot Springs and Aurora Ice Museum Admissions!

☆ Have chance to join Matanuska Glacier Hiking, Helicopter Glacier Landing in Girdwood

☆ Get Arctic Circle Expedition Certificate! 

☆ Check our amazing dome demonstration video: please click


Day 1: Home - Anchorage

Summary of The Day

Welcome to Alaska!

Today, we will pick you up at the airport.

Airport Pick-up info

1. Only ONE free airport pick-up is provided for each order. Please advise your flight details in advance.

- Free airport pick-up service is available from 13:00-21:00.

- Meeting Location: No.4 baggage claim;  

- Pick-up Sign: Tour guide with a pick-up card with "Alaska Welcome You"

- Recommended Flight: AS257 SEA-ANC 15:45-18:20

2. If you do not choose our free airport pickup shuttle, you will be able to check-in with your valid ID. Please note check-in time is 3 pm.

* You can also take the free airport shuttle to the hotel on your own. Please contact the hotel for reservation upon your arrival. Please provide your name and no. of guests to make an appointment. 



Today you will arrive in Alaska’s largest city and also its biggest transportation hub, Anchorage. Positioned in the in the center of Alaska’s southern coast, it contains 40% of Alaska’s total population- about 300,000 people. It is the four-time winner of the “All-America City Award.”In addition to those visiting Anchorage as a stop on their cruise, 90% of all visitors to Alaska will stop in Anchorage. For tourists, it’s a must-see location due to its culture, history and the amazing scenic views near the city.

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Hotel (included)
Springhill by Marriott , OR Similar

Day 2: Anchorage City Tour

Summary of The Day

You will start your special Anchorage City Tour today!

From Point Woronzoff in Earthquake park, you can overlook the downtown Anchorage.

Then you will head to Lake Hood to see the world busiest water airport - Lake Hood Airport.

Driving through Seward High Speed, you can see the magnificent scenery of Turnagain Arm, then go south and reach to the beautiful town Girdwood.

Now it's lunch time, you will dine in the local restaurant in Bake shop (fee included).

After lunch you will go to the Alyeska.

Later, you will go back to downtown Anchorage, visit the Captain Cook Monument, and shopping at Fifth Avenue Shopping Plaza.

You could also upgrade to the Matanuska Glacier Hiking or add a Helicopter Glacier Landing in Girdwood.


The hiking route is strictly surveyed by professionals to ensure the view and safety. And it is equipped with an emergency treatment center in case there is any emergency.

Earthquake Park

Earthquake park

It is expected to depart from the hotel at 10 am. You will have a panoramic view of Anchorage at Point Woronzoff in earthquake park to learn about the geography and cultural history of Anchorage.

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Captain Cook Monument

Captain Cook Monument

You will go back to downtown Anchorage, visit the Captain Cook Monument, and shopping at Fifth Avenue Shopping Plaza.

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Matanuska Glacier

Upgrade to the Matanuska Glacier Hiking

Matanuska Glacier Hiking (9/1/2019-4/10/2020) - $130/person (price is only available for upgrading from City tour)

7:30 - 8:00 Meet at hotel lobby.

Alex Hotel - 7:30

Springhill - 7:45

Hotel Captain Cook - 8:00

Depart from the hotel at around 8:00 am, and take a 2.5hr drive to the Matanuska Valley. Enjoy the beautiful scenery, and also snacks and water offered by us. You will have a professional tour guide during the 2hr hike along the glacier. We will also provide you with the studs you need for snowshoeing. You will see the most spectacular sights of the glacier during this tour.

Exclusion: Lunch and other personal dining expenses, personal expenses, driver&guide tips: $10/person; glacier guide tips: $5/person.

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Exit Glacier

Upgrade to Helicopter Glacier Landing in Girdwood

Helicopter Glacier Landing in Girdwood (9/1/2019-4/10/2020) - $399/person (price is only available for upgrading from City tour)

Taking a helicopter at Girdwood Airport to the Lake George Glacier is the only way to get there, and also the best way whatever the season is. With the experienced guide, you will explore this magical land and experience the charm of nature on your own. Thanks to the local microclimate in the area, you will have the opportunity to see more and larger ice walls and ice.

Exclusion: Personal expenses, tips for pilot and tour guide ($10/person)

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Hotel (included)
Springhill by Marriott , OR Similar

Day 3: Anchorage - Aurora Winter Train - Denali - Fairbanks

Summary of The Day

It is estimated to depart at around 7:50 am from hotel, the tour guide will transport you to the Anchorage Railway Station, take the Aurora Winter Train to Denali National Park!

You will head to the Denali National Park Winter Visitor Center after getting off the train. The video and exhibition there could help you learn more and deeper of Denali National Park.

At around 17:00, you will go to Fairbanks (around 2 hrs driving distance). It is estimated to arrive in Fairbanks at 19:00, and continue your Alaska Trip.

It is expected to take the Borealis shuttle to the Borealis Basecamp in Fairbanks at 21:45 pm.

Upon arrival, welcome to our yurt to have a rest, snacks, hot drinks, and a variety of entertainment games are available in it. You can wait for the Aurora here.

Your return shuttle is scheduled at 02:00 AM, will be back to the downtown at around 3:15 AM.


Denali National Park

Denali National Park is an ideal place to explore magnificent Alaska natural scenery. Denali National Park is located in the north point of Middle-South Alaska, bordering with inland areas. It not only has the highest mountain in North America - Denali, but also enjoys the endless and impressive scenery.

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Aurora Winter Train

Aurora Winter Train (Anchorage - Fairbanks)

9/21/2019-5/3/2020, Depart Every Saturday

More departures in 2019: 11/26, 12/24, /12/26, 12/31

More departures in 2020: 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, 2/25, 2/27, 3/3, 3/10, 3/12, 3/17, 3/19, 3/24, 3/26

Estimate arrival time to Fairbanks: 20:00

See Alaska from a whole new perspective. Passengers could see the view of Susitna River, Mountain Denali, etc.

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Cities and air bases in central Alaska, north of Anchorage, only 208 kilometers from the Arctic Circle. The splendor of the aurora in winter makes people intoxicated. The town was built in 1902 due to the discovery of gold mines. The dream of gold rush of countless people doomed it to be a golden city. At the same time, it is also the commercial, financial and administrative center of central Alaska, and the terminal point of the highway from the United States to Alaska via Canada.

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Hotel (included)
Bridgewater Hotel , OR Similar

Day 4: Fairbanks - Arctic Circle Tour - Fairbanks

Summary of The Day


9:30-10:00 am, Meet at hotels.

10:00 am, We will leave Fairbanks and continue our journey to the North. First stop will be at Alyeska Pipeline Visitor's Center, and then make a quick stop at Hilltop Gas Station where you can use the restroom and buy some snacks.

12:30 pm, we will reach the rugged Dalton Highway, where we will stop for the photo with the Dalton Highway Sign for around 15 mins.

Then we will continue to the Yukon River Camp which we will reach around 2:20 pm(depending on road conditions).

Enjoy a quick hot meal and continue our journey to the Arctic Circle around 4:50 pm. You will get an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate!

On our return trip, we will make a quick stop once more at Yukon River to use restroom.

On the way back, our tour guide will choose to stop three times, waiting for the appearance of the aurora.

It is expected to arrive at the Borealis Basecamp at around 11:00 pm. You can choose to join Aurora viewing here (optional, $30.00/person), or other activities.

After a short break, you can take the shuttle directly back to our hotel to rest at 2:00 am.


1. Be prepared, this tour is a total of 10-hours van expedition, feel free to bring your own snacks and beverages.

2. Restroom with flushing water available only at: Hilltop Gas Station, Yukon River Camp, Borealis Basecamp.

3. Except for the Borealis Basecamp, NO mobile signal during the tour.

4. Please follow the instruction of our staff and stay in the designated area, and DO NOT disturb the guests staying in the Borealis Basecamp;

5. It is strictly forbidden to enter the accommodation area without permission;

6. You can also choose to upgrade to Arctic Circle Fly and Drive tour, $300/person.

The fee doesn't include: driver&guide tips ($20/person, if you are satisfied with the tour guide's service, please pay tips to the tour guide when arriving at the Borealis Basecamp), lunch and dinner.

Complimentary Activities

Arctic Circle Day tour, and a copy of the Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.

Arctic Circle Day Trip from Fairbanks

Arctic Circle Drive Tour

Complimentary gift: You will get an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate !

Duration : 13 hours

Departure: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

Peak Season: 8/21/2019-4/10/2020

(Bilingual Tour Guide, mainly Chinese)

9:30-10:00 am, Meet at hotels.

10:00 am, We will leave Fairbanks and continue our journey to the North. First stop will be at Alyeska Pipeline Visitor's Center, and then make a quick stop at Hilltop Gas Station where you can use the restroom and buy some snacks.

12:30 pm, we will reach the rugged Dalton Highway, where we will stop for the photo with the Dalton Highway Sign for around 15 mins.

Then we will continue to the Yukon River Camp which we will reach around 2:20 pm(depending on road conditions).

Enjoy a quick hot meal and continue our journey to the Arctic Circle around 4:50 pm. You will get an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate!

On our return trip, we will make a quick stop once more at Yukon River to use restroom.

On the way back, our tour guide will choose to stop three times, waiting for the appearance of the aurora.

It is expected to arrive at the Borealis Basecamp at around 11:00 pm. You can choose Aurora Observation tour here (optional, $30.00/person), or other activities.

After a short break, you can take the shuttle directly back to our hotel to rest at 2:00 am.

Inclusions: Round Trip Transportation from selected hotels, local tour guide service

Exclusions: Lunch or dinner, gratuity for driver and guide. (Due to the length of this drive $20 and above is the suggested tip per guest)

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Dalton Highway

Dalton Highway

Dalton Highway, is a 414-mile (666 km) road in Alaska. It begins at the Elliott Highway, north of Fairbanks, and ends at Dead horse near the Arctic Ocean. The highway - built in 1974 to facilitate the pipeline’s construction - is mostly used only by truckers carrying supplies to oilfield workers in Dead horse.

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Fly Arctic Circle

Optional: Upgrade to Arctic Circle Fly Drive Tour

Complimentary Gift: you will get an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate!

Take a safe and comfortable small aircraft, with a roaring motor, overlooking the polar scenery from high altitude. Arrive at the famous campsite, Coldfoot Camp, and send a postcard at the northernmost post office in the United States.

Drive back to Fairbanks and follow the famous Dolton Highway. Visit the Arctic Circle signboard. Announced the conquest of the frozen Arctic and get an Arctic Circle Expedition Certificate. On the way, visit the Yukon River, the fifth-largest river in North America, and walk through Alaska's oil pipelines along the north and south, as well as the beautiful natural scenery along the route. Arrive and explore the mysterious Arctic region, experience the earth’s most primitive landforms, and meet the polar animals. Stay away from the hustle and bustle of life and feel the peace of the earth.


At 12:00 noon, the tour guide will take you to the airport and take the 1:00 PM flight to the airport "Coldfoot Camp". The estimated flight time is 1 hour and 10 minutes. After landing, you will take a bus to Camp Coldfoot Camp, where you will have 1 hour free time to send postcards at the northernmost post office in the United States and enjoy delicious food at the campsite restaurant. .

Plan 15:45 ride back to Fairbanks (use the restroom and buy snacks before we head for a long-distance travel). It is expected that the sign of the Arctic Circle will arrive at 17:30. We will issue you the Arctic Circle Expedition Certificate to commemorate your conquest of the Polar Expedition (no less than 15 minutes).

Afterwards, it will continue southwards and it is expected to arrive at the Yukon River Camp at 20:00.

After a short break here, we will continue our journey. It is expected to arrive at the Arctic Circle Trading Post at 23:00. You can join the Aurora Observation (optional, $50/person), waiting for the Aurora. You will arrive to the hotels at around 3:30-4:30.

If you choose to return to the downtown, you are expected to arrive in downtown hotels at around 1:00-2:00.


1. According to the relevant regulations, please provide accurate weight information when you book, thank you for your understanding and cooperation;

2. Due to the limited load of the aircraft, it is impossible to carry large luggage when participating in the tour.

3. During the peak season, the upgrade service cannot be selected on Tuesday;

4. The upgrade fee does not include: lunch and dinner and other personal food and beverage expenses; and other personal expenses, driver guide ($10 per person) Tips for the pilot ($10 per person).

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Hotel (included)
Bridgewater Hotel , OR Similar

Day 5: Fairbanks City Tour - Chena Hot Springs

Summary of The Day

Meet in the hotel lobby at around 12:50 pm, you will enjoy a complimentary Asian Lunch.

In the afternoon, we will head to the Santa Claus House at around 13:50, you can take photos with huge Santa Claus here or buy some souvenirs.

At 15:15, you will go to visit the Museum of the North, learn more natural and historic cultures of Alaska. Back to hotel at 17:00.

(If the Museum of the North is the closed, you will visit Morris Thompson, and get the refund of $12/person)

And at around 17:30, you will head to the Chena Hot Springs Resort to start the Aurora observation.


1. Please prepare your swimming suit and quarters for the locker, and slippers if need

2. Please note your swim time if you have cardiovascular disease

3. Guests under 18 years old are NOT allowed in the outdoor pool.

4. No signal is received at the Resort. You can purchase the WIFI service at the front desk or the Activities Center.

5. You could choose to upgrade hotel to Chena Hot Springs Resort tonight (Room only, breakfast excluded). If you choose to upgrade, please pack your luggage and bring it with you.

Santa Claus House

Fairbanks City Tour

Today, we will visit the Santa Claus House and Museum of the North. (If the Museum of the North is the closed, you will visit Morris Thompson, and get the refund of $12/person)

Santa Claus House

It's Christmas year-round in North Pole, Alaska—just 20 minutes away from Fairbanks. You'll find candy canes painted on city streets and holiday parades in July. And at the hub of the festivities is Santa Claus House, a frontier general store and post office turned holiday shop. The postal tradition lives on—official Letters from Santa are postmarked from the North Pole and stamped with an official Santa seal. And today, the store includes live reindeer, a coffee shop, holiday gift items, the world's largest Santa statue and, in summer months and over holidays, Santa himself. If it is closed, you will walk around in North Pole enjoying the Reindeer, and photos with the world's largest santa.

**Note: for Fairbanks City tour, the commentary language will mainly be in Chinese.

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Chena Hot Springs Resort

Chena Hot Springs Resort

Duration: 17:30 - 03:00 A.M (9.5 hours)

Chena Hot Springs is an unincorporated community in the Fairbanks North Star Borough that is renowned for its hot springs and private resort. These destinations, in addition to a campground, are located at the end of Chena Hot Springs Road, a forest-flanked paved road that parallels the Chena River, 56 miles east of the Steese Highway and Fairbanks. The recreation area is home to some of the best hiking, canoeing, public-use cabins and fishing in the area.

Depart at 17:15, head to Chena Hot Springs Resort, arrive at around 18:30.

Our tour guide will give you a tour of the Resort, and redeem the ticket for you. You can arrange your own time to take a hot spring bath or visit the Aurora Ice Museum. At the Aurora Ice Museum, you can also choose to taste Apple Martini at your own expense ($15/cup at your own expense, you must be 21 years old or older to purchase, please show a valid ID when you purchase).

* Apple Martini is not recommended if you are going to have a spa experience later.

00:30 Meet at the Spa Resort's Activities Center

02:00-02:45 Return to Fairbanks Downtown hotel and Airport.

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Hotel (included)
Bridgewater Hotel , OR Similar

Day 6: Fairbanks Free Day

Summary of The Day

Pack your luggage after breakfast. After check-out, take the Borealis Shuttle at 11:00 AM to the Borealis Basecamp.

Enjoy a free day to explore the winter Alaska!

The Borealis Basecamp offers a variety of winter activities to choose. See additional services for details.

Optional Tours: Dog sleds ($129/person), Snow Machine Tour ($149/person), etc.


Borealis Basecamp Dome will be arranged on any of the nights during this whole trip based on the availability of the Dome. But it will be guaranteed 1 night stay at the Dome.

Dog Sledding

Dog Cart/Dog Sledding (Duration: 4hr)

Dog Cart (8/21/2019-11/15/2019): $99/person

Dog Sledding (11/16/2019-4/2020): $129/person

Transfer schedule:

● La Quinta/Pike's/Best Western/Sophie Station - 10:30

● Wesmark/Clarion Hotel & Suites - 10:45

● SpringHill/Bridgewater- 10:50

● Holiday Inn Express & Suites/Hampton Inn & Suites/Candlewood Suite - 11:00

Tour Detail:

Dog sledding was a very important part of Alaskan local life. Dog sleds were the most convenient way to travel and to deliver important supplies between local villages in the dead of winter. Even today, dogsleds continue to be used in remote portions of Alaska for daily travel needs. On this tour, snuggle under a warm blanket and enjoy the rush of a brisk 30-minute sled ride through the beautiful forests of Alaska. Your musher will also help take photos for you.

Tour pick-ups begin at around 11:00. Please be ready in the lobby of your hotel. You will travel to the Borealis Basecamp, it is estimated to arrive at 12:00 subject to road conditions.

After arrival, you will be able to take photos with the dogs, enjoy some hot drinks while being assigned to a sled. Your ride will last 30 minutes.

*The sleds on this tour variously accommodate 2-4 people and are assigned by weight and the musher's knowledge of the dogs. You will need to share your sled with other people.

*Due to the insufficient snowfall (on specific date: estimated 8/21-11/15), the sled will be replaced with a 4-wheel ATV (10 mins), connected to the dog's shoulder strap with a soft rope.

Exclusions: Meals, tips for driver and guide ($5 and above is the suggested tip per guest per activity.)

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Snow Machine Tour

Snow Machine Tour (11/16/2019-4/2020): $149/person

Snow machines make ordinary back country travel feel like an adventure. Guests can take a guided trip across the snowy surface, with photo-op stops at the Trans Alaska Pipeline and other notable natural features along the trail. No experience? No problem. Every snow machine trip includes gear and an introductory lesson, plus a savvy guide to assist guests along every mile of the trip.

* Duration: 1 hour

* Minimum age - 16. This tour is designed for 2 people share one sled, if the reservation for single, you may share the sled with other.

* Wear warm outdoor clothes, shoes, hats, gloves, and sunglasses;

* Upgrade to 2-hour Snow Machine Tour is available, $100/person

* Can be arranged from December to April, depending on the snow conditions

* If your tour is cancelled due to weather conditions, a full refund will be given.

* You can also choose Snow ATV Tour, $145/person

Exclusions: Tips for the driver, guide and coach ($5 and above is the suggested tip per guest), meals.

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Hotel (included)
Borealis Basecamp

Day 7: Fairbanks - Home

Summary of The Day

Today is the last day of your trip. Check out time is 11:00 AM. You can take the hotel shuttle bus to the airport. Please make an appointment in advance.


* If you don't have optional tours today, you can take the bus to the airport based on your flight departure time.(Please note you should be arrive at the airport at least 2 hrs before your flight departure time)

* You can choose to join the Ice Fishing tour (Optional). If so, you need to check out in the morning and depart from the hotel at 13:30. After the tour, the tour guide will drop you off at the airport, or you can take the shuttle bus. (Please arrange your own lunch)

* To ensure your stay in Borealis Basecamp, we may have to adjust the sequence of itinerary, subject to the availability of Igloos. You may stay in the Borealis Basecamp on the last night. Therefore, please schedule your departure flight after 3 pm or you will need to arrange your own transfer to the airport (no refund in this case).

Ice Fishing

Optional Activity: Ice Fishing

Please book your flight departing after 21:00 if you want to join this optional tour.

(11/16/2019-4/10/2020, Depart every Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun)


Duration: 5 hours

Departures: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

In Alaska, rivers and lakes freeze over from November to March. The ice can reach a thickness of almost 3 feet and it provides a great environment for one of the favorite winter pastimes in Alaska- ice fishing. Sit in the warmth of a small ice house and peer into the mysterious green color of the ice and water below. Our local fishing guide will teach you the tricks of ice-fishing and if you catch a fish you can grill it up on the spot.

Note: The Ice Fishing requires a fishing license. The fishing license fee is $30.00/person/day, which is not included in the optional tour fee. Please specify your date of birth and gender in order to purchase a fishing license. If you cannot purchase the fishing license in advance due to incomplete information, you will not be able to participate in the ice fishing trip. You need to be responsible for it.

Depart at 13:00 and arrive at the Ice Fishing spot at around 13:30 (subject to the traffic conditions).

13:30, Start your 3 hrs fun trip, you will see how to dig a hole on ice, learn how to hang baits and put the line, master the real ice fishing technology!

16:30, Return to downtown Fairbanks

17:00-17:20, Return to Fairbanks Downtown Hotel and Airport.

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    1. 5-night accommodation with Queen Bed in Fairbanks (One Bed or Two Bed, according to Alaskan law and for fire safety, no more beds can be added to the room.)

    2. 1-night accommodation in Borealis Basecamp (We offer the extra twin-size rolling bed if you have 3 people staying in the same room.)

    3. Local professional bilingual tour guide (English and Chinese)

    4. Hotel continental breakfast

    5. Entrance Fees: Fairbanks City Tour (Bilingual tour guide, mainly in Chinese), Denali National Park Visitor Center, Aurora Winter Train (Anchorage - Denali National Park, single), Aurora Viewing in Borealis Basecamp, Chena Hot Spring Tour, Arctic Circle Drive Tour, Museum of North.

    6. Airport Transfer Service (Only ONE airport pick-up is provided for each order. Please advise your flight details in advance.)


    1. Meals (except the meals listed in inclusions)

    2. All personal expenses, such as laundry, phone, and travel insurance

    3. Mandatory Tips/Service Fee (Please pay in cash to the tour guide while on the bus. Any child / Infant reserving a seat will have to pay the service fees as well)

    * Daytime schedule, $10/person/day

    * Arctic Circle Drive Tour, $20/person/day

    * Arctic Circle Fly Drive, $10/person/day for tour guide and driver, and $20 for pilot

    * Airport and Basecamp Transfer, $5/person

    * Other service and activities, $5/person

    4. Any other scenic spots or activities not listed in inclusions 

    5. Overtime costs due to guests' insistence, changes in itinerary or influence of the weather

    6. Tips/Service Fee for other guides on the tour who do not work for our local operator, including hotel staff, housekeeping staff at hotels, servers at restaurants, flight attendants, dog sled mushers, etc.

    7. Optional Tours (Prices are only for reference and subject to change without prior notice. Please select at the time of booking.)

      * Aurora viewing at Borealis Dome - $79/person

      * Matanuska Glacier Hiking - $130/person

      * Helicopter Glacier Landing in Girdwood - $399/person

      * Upgrade to Arctic Circle Fly&Drive Tour - $300/person

      * Dog Cart - $99/person

      * Dog Sledding - $129/person

      * Snow Machine Tour - $149/person

      * Apple Martini (in Aurora Ice Museum, 21+) - $15/person

      * Ice fishing - $149/person, Fishing license - $30/person

      * All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Tour - $145/person

Booking Info

    1. There is only one round trip of Borealis Shuttle between Borealis Basecamp and Fairbanks for each reservation.

    2. Early check-in at all the hotels is subject to availability & cannot be guaranteed by the tour operator.

    3. Standard check-in time is 15:00 HRS & check-out time is 11:00 HRS.

    4. Please print and carry this E-Voucher along with a valid photo identification (Passport, State ID, Drivers License).

    General info:

    1. Globerouter cooperates with top local tour operators and so that the best quality of services to all travelers.

    2. The sequence of itineraries is subject to change without prior notice according to departure date, weather, traffic, etc.

    3. In case of attraction closures (due to holidays or construction, etc.), the tour guide may make some necessary changes to the itinerary.

    4. In case of extreme weather condition, war, strike and other force majeure events, local operator reserves the right to change the itinerary and all costs are not refundable. 

    5. In case of guests voluntarily giving up the tour because of personal reasons, all costs including hotels, transportation etc. is not refundable.

    6. It is advised to contact the local operator for confirmation one day before departure. 

    7. Please bring valid documentation on travel date (passport, driving license, visa, etc).

    8. The child pricing applies to the children under 3 years old.

    9. The Aurora Borealis are a natural phenomenon. There is no way for us to guarantee that you will see the Aurora. We do our best to provide premier locations for viewing, should the Aurora come out. Please check weather and Aurora reports before booking your tour with us.

    10. The winter weather in Fairbanks is changeable, we may temporarily cancel or change optional tour due to extremely weather condition. Partial refund may be available.

Cancellation / Modification and Refund Policy

1. Cancel or change an order

The following terms apply to the refund policy when canceling or changing an order

1) Reducing the number of travelers

2) Canceling the entire order

3) Change to a different tour

Possible only 31 days prior to the tour departure date.

Modification service fee will be applicable over & above the cancellation charges.

4) Rescheduling tour departure date

This request will not be accepted if the travel date is within 08 days or lesser.

Subject to availability of seats

Modification service fee will be applicable over & above the cancellation charges.

Cancellation Made Within Refund Policy
62 Days (or) more prior to tour departure date 45% of tour cost paid will be refunded
61 Days (or) lesser prior to tour departure date The entire tour cost will be forfeited & No-Refund

2. Modify an order

Charges to modify an order apply for the following:

1) For requests to add more number of travelers

Subject to availability of seats.

2) For requests to change to a different tour or reschedule tour departure date

Please refer to the above cancellation policy.

3) For requests to change name of passengers

This request will be accepted until 3 days prior to the travel date, however same service fee as below will be applicable.

Modification Notice Period Service Charge
Requests made from the date of booking until 7 days prior to the tour departure date US $ 30 will be charged for each order
Requests made 7 days (or) lesser from the date of tour departure No requests will be accepted & No Refund

If the modification happens on the following optional tours you have paid, the fee for the optional tours and the 1st night hotel will be nonrefundable:

  - Alaska Winter Train Ticket

  - Arctic Circle Aurora Drive Adventure

  - Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure

3. Notes

1) We recommend all our passengers to avail "Travel Insurance" to protect themselves against personal / natural / manmade exigencies of all kind (including medical & family emergencies, accidents, flight delays, traffic delays, theft or personal- acts of terrorism, natural calamities etc.) that may affect you from participating in our tours (OR) arise while on tour.

2) Globerouter will take no responsibility for matters as stated above under personnel / natural / manmade exigencies.

3) No part / full refund / compensation will be offered to passengers who miss taking our tours (OR) for any un-utilized services, as per the date / time scheduled on the E-Voucher because all services are reconfirmed and prepaid for Charges as mentioned in our "Cancellation / Modification and Refund Policy" would be applicable.

4) All cancellation & tour modification requests should be emailed to info@globerouter.com.

5) We will not accept any cancellation / modification requests made through local tour provider / tour guide (OR) verbal requests made over the phone to our customer support staff / by voice mail

6) Cancellation request emails will not be accepted unless they have a complete, signed and attached "Globerouter Cancellation Request Form".

Cancellation and Refund Policy

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Please check the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

What should we wear during winter months in Alaska?

 Clothing is highly suggested to be in layers as Alaska gets super chilling in winter months. You will need layers of normal clothing with a sweater and insulated parka jackets, woolen socks, winter boots, woolen scarf, gloves with liners, winter hats or headgears, etc.

The coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 9.3°F. 

What is the best time to go to Alaska to see the northern lights?

From mid-September to April, when you have the best chance of witnessing the phenomenon of the aurora borealis. Staying for 3 nights, the chance to see the Northern lights is believed to be up to 90%!

What kind of meal will be offered in Borealis Basecamp?

There is a full menu. Lunch will be sandwiches, soups, salads. Dinner will be pasta, steak, salmon, king crab, rockfish.

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