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We had a wonderful trip on the Tundra Wilderness Tour. So very lucky to have such an excellent Guide Mary Jane who was very passionate about her "back yard" We learnt so much from her and have taken lots of memories home with us. We...More
Lindee, our guide, was awesome. Great driver and guide. Knew when to give us all a break as well. Food provided was great - some options for various diets. Bus was comfortable, except it was SUPER cold for the first 3 hours at least. Highly...More
We took this tour on a sunny, clear day. We could not have asked for better weather for viewing Denali and the other fabulous mountains visible from our route. I also enjoyed the fall color we experienced by visiting in early September. Our driver, Brian,...More
We were so lucky with blue skies and sunny weather...
You can only drive yourself at certain times of the year to the 25mile mark to Savages river. To venture further into the park we took the 8 hour National Park transit bus return trip...More
This tour was part of the Land excursions booked for us through our cruise line. We were not expecting to be onboard a school bus at 5:40 AM after a very sleepless night. The morning was cold, raining, and snowing for the first half of...More
Denali has been on my to-do list for 30 years, and finally got to do it. The early departure was expected, since it was a long day, 8 hours on school bus type vehicle. It was a rainy day so we did not get to...More
Although the buses are a bit old and drafty, the Tundra Tour was excellent. We saw lots of bears, Caribou and Moose. Would be better for taking photos if buses had better windows to open but otherwise a great day. Take your own lunch as...More
Doing a Princess Cruises land tour, my wife and I decided to do this excursion while staying at their Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge. We selected the afternoon tour hoping that we would see lots of wildlife.
The 8-hour tour takes place from the confines of...More
The idea of 8 hours in a school bus driving unmade steep winding roads didn't sound too appealing - but the discomfort of the bus was well worth the experience of seeing a part of the amazing Alaskan wilderness. Mary H, our driver / guide...More
Response from CoachJWoodard | Reviewed this property |
Yes the bus stops about every hour to hour and a half for restroom breaks and at overlook parks for pictures of the views. Drivers also stop for photos for wildlife and spectacular views where there is no place to get out... More
Yes the bus stops about every hour to hour and a half for restroom breaks and at overlook parks for pictures of the views. Drivers also stop for photos for wildlife and spectacular views where there is no place to get out for photos from the bus.
Response from brashandsassyjt | Reviewed this property |
They have 4 planned out where you can get off of the bus “rest stops” 2 of which were restroom breaks and one which was our guides lunch break so it’s a little longer!! They allow you the opportunity to take some beautiful... More
They have 4 planned out where you can get off of the bus “rest stops” 2 of which were restroom breaks and one which was our guides lunch break so it’s a little longer!! They allow you the opportunity to take some beautiful pictures!