Isolated. Mighty. Extreme. Hear the call of the wild in Alaska.
The sheer scale of Alaska’s pristine wilderness is difficult to grasp. 54 million acres of national park play host to grizzly bears, meandering moose, imposing mountains and fairy-tale fjords. With the ever-changing seasons bringing spectacular new perspectives, America’s 49th State has to be seen to be believed.
Set off by private yacht to explore the bays and islets of the fabled Inside Passage; test your photography skills on Alaska’s dramatic shifting light; immerse yourself in a silent world and explore coves mirrored to perfection in a kayak at dawn; join expert anglers to fish for wild king salmon and halibut; sea-kayak with whales; get up close with the native community in a traditional welcoming ceremony; take a bush plane high over the tundra for breathtaking views en route to a remote luxury lodge; cruise the majestic landscapes of Tebenkof and Gut Bay, surrounded by feeding whales and soaring eagles; watch the Pacific sunset on Kruzof Island from the side of a volcano; drive deep into Denali National Park to witness the grandeur of North America’s highest peak.
Where to Stay
Immerse yourself in the wild spirit of Alaska, in luxurious private cabins, lodges and retreats accessible only by air or sea.
When to Go
Mid-May to August. Nature is in full bloom and with the sun barely setting, the limitless light allows for long adventurous days.