Alaska Travel - Denali National Park, Northern lights, Mantanuska Glacier walk

Highlights: Denali National Park, Northern lights, Matanuska Glacier walk

Do you want to visit Alaska this summer on a budget.?
Yet immerse yourself in the wilderness and top attraction of Alaska...?

You have landed up in the right blog.

Here is how we did our Alaska trip on a budget, Yet covering the top attractions of Wildlife and northern lights viewing and glacier visit by not spending a fortune!!!!

Tips : 

Viewing northern lights is always top priority on the list, University of Fairbanks forecast's the same follow the link

Even during summer temperatures can dip down to minus during night, do carry warm clothes.

Peak summer the cost can get expensive, finding hotels can get tricky. Pre-book your trip.

If you can bear cold, avoid peak summer and pick early or late summer.

In Denali National park, we cannot drive our private vehicle. Just sit in the bus with your kids or parents and enjoy the ride. Your kids will love seeing the wildlife.

If you are planning on even a simple hike carry bear spray.

Below, is a week-long itinerary of our trip to Alaska in the first week of September 2016. we booked a round trip ticket in and out of Anchorage we covered a national park, glacier, and northern light viewing.

Day one: we reached Anchorage at 6.30 PM and after renting a rental car at Hertz after breakfast we stopping at Costco for food, water, snacks and set out to the Denali national park and reached at 1.30 PM.

Day two, three and four: Denali national park, please visit the link for the detailed activities.

Day four and five: At 3.30 PM headed to Chena Hot Spring resort, Fairbanks, please visit the link for the detailed activities.

Day six: Drive from Chena hot spring resort to Matanuska Glacier

After the Glacier hike, we headed back to Anchorage airport for the return flight back home.


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