Is the Denali bus tour worth it?

Is the Denali bus tour worth it?

The Tour bus is the only way into the heart of Denali National Park, beyond the first few miles. It is a long, all day trip, lasting 8-12 hours, depending on where your last stop is. The trip is totally worth it and the drivers are super cool, patient and knowledgeable!

What is best tour of Denali National Park?

Best Denali National Park Tours & Excursions:

  1. Denali Iditarod Husky Homestead Tour.
  2. Glacier Landing Expedition via Helicopter Tour.
  3. Denali National Park Heli-Hike.
  4. Denali Highway Jeep Excursion.
  5. Denali Aurora Quest.
  6. Zipline Adventure.
  7. Denali ATV Wilderness Adventure.
  8. Ruth Glacier Landing and Air Tour.

What is the Tundra wilderness Tour in Alaska?

The Tundra Wilderness Tour is the premier tour of Denali National Park and Preserve! This tour offers wonderful diversity for visitors. Incredible scenery, a narrated history of the park road, and some of the best opportunities to view the park’s wildlife inhabitants await you on this tour.

How far does the Tundra wilderness Tour go?

The Denali Natural History tour is the shortest, taking you 30 miles into the park. It lasts between four to five hours and costs $115 per person. For die-hards who want to go as far into the park as possible, you can take the 13-hour tour all the way out to Kantishna, at mile marker 92, for $285 per person.

Can you see Northern Lights from Denali National Park?

Denali is a great location for viewing the aurora because we are located at a far northern latitude and because there is very limited light pollution.

Can you see Denali from a cruise?

All of our Alaska Cruisetours have an overnight in Denali and include an excursion into the breathtaking Denali National Park as part of the Cruisetour package. There are several ways your Cruisetour will transport you to Denali before or after your Alaska cruise.

Are there private tours in Denali National Park?

Denali Alaska Luxury Tour | Private Luxury Travel | Denali National Park.

Can you take a helicopter to the top of Denali?

Denali Tundra Express Enjoy this short helicopter ride through the peaks and valleys that make up the Alaska Range. Just moments after taking off from our riverside heliport, you will find yourself immersed deep in the Alaska backcountry.

How long does it take to drive through Denali National Park?

about 5 hours
Denali Park Road (McKinley Park to Kantishna) It’s 92 miles and about 5 hours from the park entrance to Kantishna, the end of the Park Road. Private vehicles aren’t permitted after Mile 15, so you’ll need to take either the hop-on, hop-off park shuttle bus or one of the tour buses.

Is the Denali Highway paved?

The Denali Highway is paved for three miles on the west end and 21 miles on the east end. More than 100 miles are graded gravel with a recommend- ed speed limit of 30 mph. Some car rental agencies do not allow driving on gravel roads.

Can you stay in Denali National Park?

Denali has a large selection of HOTELS, LODGES and CABIN options both within and just outside the park entrance. If you want to stay inside the park your options are Kantishna Roadhouse, Camp Denali, and Northface Lodge. All these lodges are great for direct access to Denali National Park sights and places of interest.

Can you see Milky Way from Alaska?

The Milky Way is most visible in the summer months through the northern hemisphere – but that’s the time of year where Alaska experiences the Midnight Sun! Shoulder seasons (late August to early October and March to April) are the time when you can best experience the Milky Way (and possibly the aurora too!).