Denali Alaska Tours

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Wilderness Jet Boat Tour

cacheYour 2 hour trip will begin aboard the fifty-two passenger "Talkeetna Queen" or one of her 15 or 20 passenger little sister boats, as it whisks you into the heart of the wilderness in comfort.

These are the most technologically advanced river jetboats in Alaska designed to safely navigate rivers that were previously inaccessible.

As you travel twenty miles of river your Naturalist will talk about the rivers in the area, as well as information about Mt McKinley. 

You will have opportunities to view nesting bald eagles and beaver activity. There are no guarantees about seeing wild life. 

Upon arriving at our Adventure site you will take a 1/4 mile leisurely nature walk where you will see a Dena'ina Indian Encampment, who were the earliest native settlers in the area.

Denali AlaskaYou will visit an authentic trapper’s cabin with its original furnishings and view how trappers lived in "Bush" Alaska at the turn of the century.Your experienced guide will display furs from the local area and demonstrate trapping methods. Naturalists will also acquaint you with the wildflowers and plants that grow in abundance along the river system and you will learn about the edible plants that were used by the Native Indians for cooking and medicines.

Stand in the splendor of Denali and the great Alaska Range from a spectacular vantage point on the Susitna River! The folklore, artifacts and a panoramic view of Denali in the Alaska Range combine to make this an unforgettable and unique Alaskan river adventure. Bring along your camera and comfortable walking shoes for an Alaskan adventure. 

Departs Daily: 8:45 am, 12:00 pm, 2:30 pm, & 6:30 pm  

Tour Length: 2 Hours

Travel Distance: 20 miles

Check in time: 1/2 hour before departure

Adults: $75.00 Children: $57.00 (12 & under)

Please dress warmly and wear comfortable walking shoes for the nature walk. Be sure to bring your camera to capture this amazing experience.

Prices are subject to change and a fuel charge may be added.













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