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Many of the tours packages you find here feature unique travel activities that you are not likely to find anywhere else. If a country is not listed below, it is because we have not found any travel package there that are really out of the ordinary - we will keep searching. Click on the country name to see the tour packages there.
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Hulahula River Expedition: Rafting in Alaska
This spectacular rafting trip leads us into the remote Arctic National Wildlife Refuge into the far north of Alaska with 24 hours of daylight of the Alaskan summer.

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USD 4990 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Wildlife Viewing
Duration: 12 days
Season: June - August
Alaska

Rafting on Copper River, Alaska
Raft this large glacial river on the edge of the Wrangell St. Elias and the Chugach Mountains. See harbor seals and the 300 feet tall Child's Glacier.

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USD 2000 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
National Parks
Duration: 6 - 9 days
Season: June - September
Alaska

Wood Tikchik Lakes Kayaking Trip, Alaska
On this amazing two-week long tour you will visit Wood Tikchik - the largest State Park in the US with 1.6 mio acres and the remotest in the nation, a paradise for kayak adventures.

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USD 4500 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
National Parks
Duration: 14 days
Season: June - September
Alaska

Kongakut River Expedition: Kayaking in Alaska
A guided trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Experience pure wilderness in the arctic summer of Alaska in one of America's remotest and least visited corners! Truly exclusive adventure!

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USD 5700 / Per person
Wildlife Viewing
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 10 days
Season: August
Alaska

Kayaking Adventure in Katmai National Park, Alaska
The best kayaking tour that Katmai National Park has to offer! See bears and fantastic scenery along the way! The itinerary also includes visits to historic sights.

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USD 2800 - 3300 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Wildlife Viewing
Duration: 7 - 10 days
Season: June - September
Alaska

Kayak Tour on Yukon River, Alaska 10% off.
Join us on this unique adventure into a beautiful part of Interior Alaska and into Alaska's history. Along the journey learn about Alaska lifestyles, old trapper cabins, fish wheels and salmon.

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USD 2900 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 8 days
Season: June - September
Alaska

Canoe Trip on John River, Alaska 10% off.
Explore the Gates of the Arctic National Park in Alaska by kayaking down the wild and scenic John River. Friendly to novice paddlers, the river allows enjoying much of the surroundings.

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USD 3200 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
National Parks
Duration: 8 days
Season: June - September
Alaska

Rafting Adventure on Charley River, Alaska 10% off.
Moose, bears, caribou, sheep. Explore Alaska's gold rush history, go white water rafting on a clear swift wild and scenic river. Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve awaits your daring self!

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USD 3200 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 9 days
Season: June - July
Alaska

Noatak River Canoe Trip, Alaska 10% off.
During this challenging canoe tour you will experience true wilderness, completely above the Arctic Circle, on the Noatak River - the largest river basin in North America.

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USD 4500 - 5000 / Per person
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 19 - 21 days
Season: July - August
Alaska

Alaska Hiking and Rafting Trip (10 Days)
A special adventure of multi-sport diversity - alpine hiking, glacier walking, whitewater rafting & sea kayaking. An unforgettably active tour with a guarantee of Alaskan experience like no other!

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USD 3225 / Per person
Hiking & Trekking
Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting
Duration: 10 days
Season: June - August
Alaska

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