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Arctic Circle Day Trip from Fairbanks with Lunch

From US$200.00
  • Enjoy spectacular Arctic Circle views while someone else drives
  • Get beyond Fairbanks to see remote Alaskan landscape
  • Climate-controlled vans ensure a comfortable trip
Arctic Circle Day Trip from Fairbanks with Lunch
From US$200.00
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Small-group tour with transport by van
From US$200.00
Travel to the Arctic Circle from Fairbanks on a trip that follows the Dalton Highway across the Yukon River and beyond. You’ll see a rugged arctic landscape that's a dramatic contrast with Fairbanks, eat a hearty stew in the open air, and watch for wildlife in a natural environment. Group size is limited to eight travelers for a more personal experience as you explore Alaska’s extreme north.
What to Expect
Meet a driver at your Fairbanks hotel and then board a climate-controlled van for the 200-mile (322-kilometer) trip across the Arctic Circle.

You’ll be traveling the Dalton Highway, first built as a supply road for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, and you’ll sometimes see the massive pipeline system along the way. Snacks and drinks are provided on the road, and there’s lots to spot from the vehicle, including native wildlife and gorgeous scenery.

When you reach the Arctic Circle, stretch your legs, snap some photos, and enjoy an Arctic picnic of beef stew and a sandwich. Here, spend some time learning about indigenous Alaskan cultures, before returning to Fairbanks with an official Arctic Circle certificate.
Reviews (118)
1 - 5 of 33 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Yes one off the bucket list

We did this tour early August . Yes it was expensive for what it was , the van was not luxurious but it was adequate for the muddy rough roads that we drove. We got to learn about the locals and the the Alaskan wilderness...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Dia N
Rainer Z, Manager at Alaska-Wildlife-Guide - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hello from North Pole, thank you for leaving us a review. We apologize that you think it was too expensive for what it was. We are one of the cheapest in town with the best service. We also provide free food and snacks as well...More

Reviewed 23 October 2018

This was such a unique thing to do. I found out that on 1% of tourists to Alaska go north of Fairbanks. It was totally worth the long day. I think our guide was Mike. We had a small van of people on the tour...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank lsokanoff
Reviewed 21 September 2018
Memory for a Lifetime

After our Princess Cruise we spent 4 days on land, ending with our 2 day visit to Fairbanks, Alaska. My husband mentioned how awesome it would be to plan a tour to the Arctic Circle....so for his birthday I prenented him the voucher for an...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank kathleena537
Reviewed 15 September 2018
Amazing day

Clark was an awesome guide for the Arctic Circle day trip. The tundra scenery is absolutely spectacular, and it was really interesting to learn more about the trans-Alaska pipeline. We didn't see any wildlife, but that isn't really the purpose of this tour. Highly recommend...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank cgl95
Reviewed 12 September 2018
Wonderful trip to the Arctic Circle

Our guide Dave. was very knowledgeable and very helpful. He assisted my mother during the trip. The stew was excellent and I would certainly recommend this tour. Traveling the Dalton Highway was an unforgettable experience!

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank J3212DLdeborahb
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6 October 2018|
Response from PriscillaL | Reviewed this property |
Not on our van ~ but, maybe on a different vehicle
28 August 2018|
Response from PriscillaL | Reviewed this property |
Depends on the weather. If it's bad, then they may not go. Yes Aurora Borealis should be visible in March