Signature Alaska 2025

Experience the best of Alaska with a 10-night adventure featuring superior, first-class accommodations and private luxury coach transportation. Indulge in a culinary journey with 10 breakfasts, 7 lunches, and 10 dinners, including a Bear Winery Tasting Experience and a Trail Breaker Kennel Experience with Dinner. Explore the wonders of Alaska with excursions such as the Riverboat Discovery cruise, a 43-Mile Denali National Park Tour, and the Kenai Fjords National Park 6-Hour Tour. Opt for thrilling activities like Homer Kayaking, Rusty’s Lagoon Walk, or a Floatplane Flightseeing over Kachemak Bay.

Enjoy exclusive experiences like the Alaska SeaLife Center General Admission and a private presentation at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Alaska with a visit to the Museum of the North and enjoy premium transportation with Alaska Railroad Gold Star Service. With customized Pink Jackets and the assistance of an English-speaking guide throughout, this adventure is a perfect blend of luxury, adventure, and exploration.



  • 10 Nights superior, first-class accommodations
  • Transportation by private, luxury air-conditioned coach
  • 10 Breakfasts, 7 Lunches and 10 Dinners
  • Riverboat Discovery
  • Museum of the North Entrance Fee
  • Trail Breaker Kennel Experience with Dinner
  • 43-Mile Denali National Park Tour
  • Alaska Railroad Gold Star Service
  • Mahay’s Jet Boat Experience
  • Alaska SeaLife Center General Admission
  • Kenai Fjords National Park 6 Hour Tour
  • Bear Winery Tasting Experience
  • Homer Kayaking (optional)
  • Rusty’s Lagoon Walk (optional)
  • Floatplane Flightseeing over Kachemak Bay (optional)
  • Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center Private Presentation
  • Customized Pink Jackets
  • English-speaking guide
  • Interior flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Women’s Travel Club Tour Host


**Prices are subject to change and availability. Space is limited, and activities and specific hotels are subject to change. Travel insurance is strongly recommended.


Pre-Booking Only

Pre-book now to hold your spot. As soon as we have full details and pricing, we will let you know. At that time, you can decide if you would like to confirm this tour. If you do book you will save $100 off the tour as a thank you for showing us your interest.

Activity Level

Low-Moderate Activity. Some shorter walking tours with stops as well as optional moderately active activities.

Group Size

Minimum: 7 members
Maximum: 16 members


  • International Airfare
  • Visa and passport handling fees
  • Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuities
  • Optional Activities
  • Expenses of a Personal Nature
  • Early check-in and late check-out of hotel
  • Travel Insurance

Roommate Matching Policy

Roommate matching is done as a courtesy, and while most matches result in wonderful friendships, success is not guaranteed. If, during the tour, you decide you would no longer like to share a room with your roommate, you will need to request (and pay for) a single room at all accommodations. This can be shared between the two people in the room if it is a mutual decision. If you are a very light sleeper or snore, you may want to consider getting your own single room.

Flight Information

The Women’s Travel Club recommends booking flexible or refundable air tickets when possible.
Arrive to Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) at any time on or before the first day of tour.
Depart from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC), – the last day of the tour.
If you would like assistance booking international flights for your tour, please use the form below. The Women’s Travel Club Flight Desk will work with you to arrange the best options.
Our flight management fee is CAD 100.00 + HST per tour.
Flight Quote

Travel Insurance:

Out-of-country medical insurance is required. We strongly recommend that you obtain cancellation and interruption insurance to protect your investment.
Use this link to request an insurance quote.

Insurance Quote


Fairbanks Hotel

The Fairbanks Hotel is situated in the largest city of Alaska’s interior region, offering 400 spacious rooms with breathtaking views of the White Mountains.

Guests can dine at the Northern Latitudes restaurant, where fine food is complemented by northern lights-inspired art. Indulge in Alaskan cuisine amidst the restaurant’s artistic ambiance, featuring an aurora waterfall, unique lighting, and photography inspired by the stunning Northern Lights. The restaurant also offers a breakfast buffet from 6 am to 10 am, allowing guests to start their day with a delicious meal in a captivating setting.


McKinley Chalet Resort

McKinley Chalet Resort is conveniently located just one mile from the entrance of Denali National Park, nestled in a fragrant spruce forest, providing guests with a secluded and tranquil atmosphere. The lower lodge rooms offer serene views along the river, while the upper rooms boast stunning views of the river. Guests can take advantage of the hotel’s shuttle service, which provides easy access to the wilderness area, Denali visitor center, and the Alaska Railroad depot. Additionally, the hotel lobby features various exhibits and park programs, enriching guests’ knowledge of the park and offering information about on-site tour pickups.

Karstens Public House offers casual dining with a tavern-style eatery and a comfortable atmosphere, accentuated by breathtaking views of Mt. Healy, Denali National Park, and the Nenana Canyon. Guests can savor Alaskan-inspired dishes such as smoked brisket, bacon-wrapped bison meatloaf, caribou burgers, and more, along with a selection of twelve local brews on tap, cocktails made with Alaskan spirits, or a smoked salmon bloody Mary.

The Canyon Steakhouse provides fine dining with a focus on Alaskan seafood and an exceptional wine selection. Diners can enjoy dry-aged steaks, perfectly prepared Alaskan seafood, and a variety of locally crafted beer, wine, or the signature explorers martini. End the meal with unique desserts like banana foster crème brulee or Chuli Stout chocolate mousse. Guests can also experience the Music of Denali Dinner Theater in the evenings, featuring the first ascent of Denali.

Grizzly Grind, a specialty coffee shop, offers Starbucks coffee and fresh pastries, open from 5 am to 9 pm, providing the perfect start or end to your day.

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge is perched above the charming town of Talkeetna, offering breathtaking views of North America’s tallest peak. The lodge features 212 comfortable and spacious rooms, each offering scenic forest views. Guests can take advantage of the shuttle service to and from downtown Talkeetna. In the lodge’s great room, guests can cozy up by the 46-foot river rock fireplace or browse a selection of Native art from villages across Alaska.

Base Camp Bistro provides a casual dining experience that is family-friendly. Guests can indulge in tasty appetizers, Alaskan fish and chips, house-made meatloaf, salads, and more, available for lunch and dinner. The Base Camp Bar offers a premium selection of quality wines and cocktails.

For a fine dining experience, guests can visit Foraker Restaurant, which features wild Alaska seafood and game in an elegant setting with panoramic views of Denali and the Alaskan Range. The menu includes dishes such as wild Alaskan salmon, Crab Cacio E Pepe, steamed mussels, surf & turf, and more. Foraker Restaurant has been featured on the Food Network and has received the Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence” every year for the past decade.

Guests can also enjoy the RAW Alaska Oyster Bar, offering stunning views and samples of fresh Alaskan seafood. Additionally, Mt Hunter Coffee Co, located in the lobby, serves coffee, tea, and grab-and-go meals.

Hotel Captain Cook

Hotel Captain Cook, situated in downtown Anchorage, offers 546 meticulously designed rooms, catering to the needs of every traveler. Guests can enjoy stunning views of downtown Anchorage and the Chugach Mountains. The hotel boasts the prestigious honor of being a part of the Historic Hotels of America and is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.

The Crows Nest provides a sophisticated dining experience with breathtaking panoramic views, serving French and New American cuisine alongside an extensive wine selection. The menu features delectable dishes such as Lobster Tail Crudo, King Crab Legs, Swordfish, and more. Dining room reservations are available until 8:30 pm.

Fletcher’s offers a dining experience in a classic English pub setting, serving Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner. Guests can choose to sit at the bar or opt for full-service dining, with takeout options also available. The menu includes favorites like Calamari Fritti, Alaskan Halibut, Lasagna Bolognese, and more. Fletcher’s is open daily from 11:30 am to 12 am, with dining service ending at 11 pm.

The hotel also features separate athletic facilities for men and women, offering a workout room with cardio machines and weights, steam room, sauna, and locker room. Additionally, a shared facility is available with Peloton bikes, swimming pool, aerobic room, and exercise room. Guests looking for souvenirs can explore one of the 12 gift shops located on the premises.

Gateway Hotel

Gateway Hotel, conveniently located in Seward, is nestled between the Seaward boat harbor and downtown, offering a shuttle service to popular local destinations. Within walking distance, guests can explore the Kenai Fjords National Park Visitor Center and enjoy panoramic mountain views from the outdoor deck or observe salmon from the elevated platform overlooking the nearby stream.

A beautiful waterfront walking path, just across the street from Gateway Hotel, provides guests with stunning views of Resurrection Bay, ideal for spotting sea otters, harbor seals, bald eagles, and even whales. Guests can start their day with a complimentary breakfast featuring hot and cold items. Additionally, Harbor Dining and various downtown Seward dining options are within walking distance of the hotel.


Aspen Hotel and Suites

Aspen Suites Hotel Homer is situated near the stunning Kachemak Bay, offering easy access to downtown dining and wilderness adventures. The hotel features 71 tastefully decorated and spacious rooms, each equipped with a full-size refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, and a two-burner ceramic cooktop, as well as dishes, pots, pans, and utensils. Visitors can indulge in bear viewing, kayaking, hiking, and other outdoor experiences, while the area is also renowned for its excellent restaurants, art galleries, and eco adventures.

Guests can enjoy a complimentary coffee bar in the lobby and have access to the fitness center during their stay.


*Hotels are subject to change. If circumstances require a change of accommodations, a hotel of similar level will be substituted.


Through our own clients and networking clubs we have realized a general desire for women to travel but they don’t always have a companion. We developed the Women’s Travel Club for these women to have a fun and safe group to travel with. We offer a wide range of destinations, so that there is something for everyone.

We have women of all ages, with the average being 45 to 65 years. However, we do have regular travelers anywhere from 30 years to over 80 years of age.

We do not include international flights in the price of our tours. Not including the cost of international flights in the cost of the tour allows members the flexibility to get the flight schedule, price and class of service that best suits them. The Women's Travel Club flight desk will be happy to help arrange your international flights.

Yes, we always negotiate the best possible single supplement rate for our trips. Single spots fill quickly and may be limited so we suggest you book early for a single spot.

Yes, each of our booking forms has an area for you to request to be matched with a roommate. We get some general information that will help us match you with a great new friend.

Canadian and US citizens do not need a visa for travel to Alaska for up to 90 days. However, travel requirements may change at any time. Please visit your governments travel recommendations page. Canada - Canada Travel Recommendations & Information USA - USA Travel Recommendations & Information

Interior temperature in Alaska in August: a low of 8°C (47°F) and a high of 16°C (62°F) & 18 hours of daylight. Arctic temperature in Alaska in August: a low of 0°C (33°F)and a high of 5°C (42°F) & 20 hours of daylight. Southcentral temperature in Alaska in August: a low of 9°C (48°F) and a high of 17°C (63°F) & 18 hours of daylight.

Aug 12 - Aug 22 2025

Tour Level: Signature Tours,

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