Do you want to see wildlife on your Alaska vacation? The Great Alaskan
TourSaver *(http://www.toursaver.com) offers 2-for-1 savings
for wildlife viewing tours.
Whether you want to see whales, seals, sea lions, puffins,
eagles, moose or bear, chances are the Great Alaskan
TourSaver has an offer for you. And everything's 2-for-1.
Here are some favorites:
a. In Kenai Fjords National Park, watch for Humpback whales,
Steller sea lions, porpoise, whales, harbor seals, bald
eagles, and puffins with Renown Tours or Kenai Fjords Tours
in Seward. 2-for-1.
b. In Homer, see marine mammals, birds, sea otters and
whales on a wildlife cruise through Kachemak Bay with Homer
Ocean Charters. 2-for-1.
c. In Ketchikan, watch for whales, bears, seals, eagles,
wolves, geese, Dungeness crab and other spectacular wildlife
from a 55-foot high-speed covered catamaran with Thriller
d. In Kodiak, sail on a deluxe dinner-sightseeing cruise
with Galley Gourmet. 2-for-1.
e. In Glacier Bay National Park, Cruise Glacier Bay to view
marine and coastal wildlife with a special lodging/cruise
f. In Wrangell, go bear viewing at AnAn Creek with Alaska
g. In Katmai National Park, travel to Overlook Cabin for
scenic sights and wildlife viewing on a 23-mile tour to the
Valley of the 10,000 Smokes. Hike down with the tour guide
to examine the ash and pumice "Valley" floor left from the
1912 eruption of Novarupta Volcano. 2-for-1.
h. In Kenai, float the scenic Upper Kenai River and watch
for moose, eagles, Dall sheep, salmon, waterfowl, beaver and
bears with Alaska Wildland Adventures. 2-for-1.
The Great Alaskan TourSaver now includes FREE SHIPPING to
U.S. addresses. The cost is just $99.95. Order the Great
Alaskan TourSaver online, over the phone or at any
Carrs/Safeway location in Alaska. For complete details,
check the website: http://www.toursaver.com
*Now in its eighth year of publication, the Great Alaskan TourSaver works with the region's best travel operators. With more than 140 offers, travelers can choose a sea-kayaking trip in Ketchikan, a flightseeing trip in Denali, a riverboat tour in Fairbanks or a luxury float trip in Alaska's rugged wilderness. Everything is two-for-one or free.
SOURCE: The Great Alaskan Tour Saver.