Find out about Alaska's rich heritage and unique history through guided tours incorporating cultural and natural history. The indigenous people of Alaska are divided into five main groups: Aleutian Indians, Northern Eskimos (Inupiat), Southern Eskimos (Inuit), Indians of the interior (Athabascans) and Indians of the southeastern coastal region (Tsimshain, Tlingit and Haida). Alaska's historical and heritage tours vary from several hours to a full day tour combining a wealth of other Alaska experiences. Feel the heartbeat of Alaska’s Indigenous People. Hear their stories. Explore their history and discover a cultural heritage still living and thriving today at the cultural institutions and village in Alaska. Authentic arts and crafts such as ivory carvings, totem poles, pearl embroidery and wickerwork are very popular as gifts and souvenirs.

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CHT01 - Native Heritage Center Tour from Anchorage

1 Day
Anchorage
Anchorage
Setting out from your hotel in Anchorage, your guide will show you the sights around town. We'll visit the original Anchorage town site, the Earthquake Park, Lake Hood - the busiest private seaplane base in the world before heading out to the Alaska Native Heritage Center.

 

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CHT02 - Arctic Circle Flightseeing Tour to Fort Yukon & the Yukon River

1 Day
Fairbanks
Fairbanks
Experience a breathtaking tour of Fort Yukon by plane. Enjoy the 50-minute flight to For Yukon. Fly north over the Yukon River, across the Arctic Circle, thru the Brooks Mountain Range, and over the Gates of the Arctic National Park. A day tour you'll remember forever. 

 

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CHT03 - Barrow (Utqiaġvik) Day Tour from Fairbanks

1 Day
Fairbanks
Fairbanks
You are invited to join us for this small group experience to the northernmost Inupiat community of Utqiaġvik, formerly known as Barrow. Utqiaġvik is situated 1,300 miles south of the North Pole, making it the northernmost community in the United States. Visitors can learn more about Inupiat culture and history.