Discover Wild Wonders in Alaska With Riverdale Travel

  • Customize a vacation package with rail, land, and cruise options.
  • Access exclusive travel offers, perks, and promotions.
  • Get support from a travel consultant throughout your voyage.
  • Experience Alaska by air, land, or sea – your way!

The Great Land of Alaska is frequently on the top of travelers’ bucket lists. Home to 34,000 miles of coastline, abundant wildlife, and 10,000 glaciers, it’s the perfect place to see the midnight sun and Northern Lights.

Riverdale Travel’s award-winning consultants are ready to help plan your adventure to Alaska. All you have to do is pack, relax, and let us create an itinerary tailored to your travel style and budget!

When you work with us, you’ll partner with a travel consultant who specializes in Alaska as a destination. They’ll provide recommendations based on your preferences, explain the differences in various Alaska destinations, and offer you exclusive privileges to maximize your vacation time and dollar.

Together, you’ll create an ideal vacation package just for you!

Cruising Through Alaska

Cruises sailing in Alaska are great options for first-timers because of the variety of cruise lines, dates, and itineraries.

Want another option? Sail on a single-day cruise instead as part of a land and sea package.

See the lush beauty of the top destinations, including Juneau, Ketchikan, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, and Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.

See Alaska by Train

Want to try the railways? With either Gold Star Service or Adventure Class, you’ll see spectacular scenery, from rugged terrain to untapped nature, with different levels of comfort, service, and itineraries.

Ready to get started? Browse popular Alaska destinations below, and think about your vacation style. Whether you seek romance, adventure, family time, or something else, we know how to make your trip something special!

Stunning Alaska Destinations You Won’t Want to Miss

To plan your Alaskan voyage, your consultant will consider the dates you want to go, assess your travel needs, and make recommendations from the main regions based on their insider knowledge and connections.

Take a look at the five area destination regions in Alaska, which most certainly will keep you in awe, whether traveling by land or sea or a little of both.

Inside Passage

Alaska’s Inside Passage, a popular cruise itinerary, stretches 500 miles along the Pacific Ocean and boasts wildlife-filled fjords, tidewater glaciers, and lush island scenery.

It is also accessible on the state ferry along the Alaska Marine Highway System, which stops at 35 ports of call from Bellingham, Washington, to Dutch Harbor.

Tack on an added outdoor venture such as kayaking, hiking, fishing, or glacier viewing, and take in awesome wildlife like whales, bears, and eagles.


Traditional lands of the Athabascan people, Southcentral Alaska is home to more than half the state's total population and Anchorage, the state's largest city.

If you don’t want to take a train or cruise, you can book a tour bus from Anchorage, which offers plenty of legroom and big-picture windows with hop-on, hop-off service.

You’ll find world-class museums, plenty of lodging options, fantastic restaurants, salmon fishing, shopping, and over 100 miles of multi-use trails.


Denali is the continent’s tallest peak among a vastness of tundra. The forests are filled with wildlife ranging from the formidable grizzly bear to large herds of traveling caribou.

You’ll see all sorts of sights along the highway connecting Anchorage to Fairbanks, which runs through the entrance to the Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska’s most popular land attraction. Get there in 3 hours from Fairbanks by car or bus and 4 hours by train.


The Arctic is one of Alaska’s most remote and diverse regions, filled with cultural opportunities, unique wildlife, and a landscape ranging from the Arctic coastline to broad stretches of tundra.


For those with a sense of adventure and a nature lover by heart, the Southwest area has to be at the top of your list!

Brown bears gather in large numbers to feed on salmon, and more than 240 bird species inhabit the area’s wetlands and coastline.

Book Alaska for First Timers or Frequent Travelers

Let one of Riverdale’s expert consultants prepare that memorable journey to Alaska at the time you want and the budget you prefer. When you work with us to design your trip, it’ll be much more than a typical vacation!

Traveling in a group? We will be more than happy to discuss your preferences and budgets. Call us today at 763-323-3665!

Talk to Our Alaska Travel Experts


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