Accessible Alaska Guided Tours
Known for its diverse terrain of open spaces, mountains and forests, and with an abundant wildlife and charming small towns, Alaska is the largest and most sparsely populated U.S. state.
While Alaska is a destination for outdoor activities like skiing, mountain biking and kayaking, there are also several wheelchair accessible options available when it comes to experiencing this incredible work of nature firsthand.
Whether your cruise ship is docking in Anchorage, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka or Ketchikan, we offer unique experiences including accessible helicopter rides, accessible whale watching and other wonderful options that you won’t soon forget.
Accessible Whale Watching Tour in Juneau
This memorable accessible whale watching tour in Juneau gives you a front row seat to experience playful Alaskan wildlife. The tour includes transfers to and from your cruise ship, as well as 3 hours on the water, soaking in the incredible mountain views and whale watching.
Accessible Glacier Helicopter Tour in Juneau
This incredible Glacier Helicopter tour in Juneau is one for the memory books! Experience the spectacular rock formations and icefalls of the Juneau Icefield as you enjoy interesting narration by your pilot-guide.
You will spend approximately 1 hour from take off until returning to the heliport. An additional 1.5 hour will be included for transportation etc.
Skagway: Rent a jeep and self-guide your tour to the Yukon
Enjoy a memorable, self-guided Jeep tour at your leisure! You will have your own personal Jeep for the entire day, ready to explore the sights you want to see in Skagway, Yukon and the surrounding areas!
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