Alaska and Canada: logistical challenges
High season in Alaska and Canada only lasts three to four months. Demand is high and popular services tend to sell out early. If you’d like to make the most out of your limited travel time, best practice is to come up with a plan as early as possible, then book accommodations and services accordingly and way in advance.
Putting together a great trip is surprisingly challenging, especially in Alaska which poses a classic mix of availability issues, limited services, somewhat challenging weather and long driving distances. Bad planning could easily result in way-too-long driving days, full ferries, closed roads, etc. Even worse, you might miss something really cool that you didn’t even know about because it’s not in the books.
Bottom line, we think it’s a really good idea to use professional help. But hey, don’t ask us – take a look at what these guys are saying.
Why Choose us?
- Expertise: Alaska and Canada travel planning is our specialty. This is what we do, and we’ve been doing it for a long while.
- Firsthand experience: all our staff members traveled in Alaska for months at a time; some of us are former residents.
- We know the best suppliers, and we know them on a first-name basis.
- We take care of the logistics for you: no need for a prolonged online research, availability checks, back and forth emails with suppliers,. etc.
- 24/7 support in case of weather delays, unexpected changes etc.