VAST ALASKAN TERRITORIAL ESCAPADE

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51 DAYS 4512 MILES
JUNE 20 – AUGUST 9, 2022
Two Person 1 RV $8700 / One Person 1RV $5900 (Early Registration)
Additional Guest $3500

Don’t put it off any longer.. Now is the time.. Let us guide you to a breathtaking world at the northwest extremity of North America. You can’t fly in and out of Alaska for a short time period and capture the essence of this place. Our professional caravan conductors will remove the planning out of your equation so you can take in all Alaska has to offer. Travel with us through the majestic Canadian Rockies, Yukon onto the Top of the World Highway. Discover a Breathtaking, Remarkable Territory on this amazing planet we share called Earth. THE HEART OF ALASKA. This All Inclusive Trip Includes: Camping Fees, listed Meals, Breakfast and Coffee Mornings, Nightly Get-Together’s, Entertainment, Ticket Admissions, Shows, Listed Tours, Professional Caravan Staff, Train Rides, Boat Cruises, Gratuities, and Much More in Below Itinerary! Remember, a great part of this trip is who you share it with. We always bring FUN with US! We Hope to See You!

DAY 1 – 2Yahk, BC
  • Hay U Ranch RV Resort (Starting Point)
  • Icebreaker Meal & Dessert
  • Orientation (Hour by Hour Itinerary Booklet Provided and Goody Bag)
  • Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspections
  • Decals (Stickers) Installed on Units
DAY 3 – 4RADIUM HOT PRINGS, BC
  • Driving Distance – 250 Miles
  • Get-Together / Staff Prepared Dinner
  • Soak in the Hot Springs
  • Home of a thousand faces
  • Bean Bag Baseball Tournament
  • Morning Pastries and Coffee
DAY 5 – 8LAKE LOUISE / JASPER, AB
  • Driving Distance / Lake Louise – 79 Miles
  • Chateau Lake Louise Brunch
  • Johnson Canyon
  • YoHo National Park

DAY 9 – 12DAWSON CREEK / FT NELSON / LIARD, BC
  • Driving Distance – Dawson 329, Ft Nelson 284, Liard 190
  • Alaska Highway Orientation
  • Mile Post ‘0’ (Group Photo)
  • Prepared Meal
  • Heritage Museum
  • Relax in the Liard Hot Springs
  • Liard River Valley
DAY 13 – 14WATSON LAKE / TESLIN, YT
  • Driving Distance – Watson 128, Teslin 157 Miles
  • Signpost Forest
  • Get-Together and Cookout
  • Wildlife Museum
  • Scrambled Eggs & Sausage
  • Teslin Village (Optional)
DAY 15 – 19WHITEHORSE / DAWSON CITY, YT
  • Driving Distance – Whitehorse 104, Dawson City 336 Miles
  • Whitehorse City Tour, Miles Canyon
  • Visitors Center / Fish Ladder
  • ​SS Klondike Tour
  • Alaskan Chili Dinner / Klondike Loop
  • Downtown, Diamond Tooth Gerties Show
DAY 20 – 21CHICKEN / TOK, AK
  • Driving Distance – Chicken 108, Tok 78 Miles
  • Ferry Boat Across Yukon River
  • Top of the World Highway
  • Tailgunners Specialty Flatbread Pizza
  • Dredge Tour / Gold Panning
  • Alaska Welcome Celebration!
DAY 22 – 25VALDEZ / PALMER, AK
  • Driving Distance – Valdez 241, Palmer 257 Miles
  • Prince William Boat Tour and Lunch
  • Whale Watching / Sea-life Viewing
  • Columbia Mears Glaciers
  • Salmon Fishing / Musk Ox Farm (Optional)
  • WAGONMASTERS Specialty Burgers
DAY 26 – 30STERLING / HOMER / SEWARD, AK
  • Driving Distance – Sterling 189, Homer 92, Seward 170 Miles
  • Alaskan Snow Crab Dinner
  • Camping on the Spit in Homer
  • Halibut Charter Fishing (Optional)
  • Seldovia art Village
  • Alaska Sea Life Center
DAY 31 – 36ANCHORAGE / DESTRUCTION BAY / DENALI
  • Driving Distance – Anchorage 124, Destruction Bay 220, Denali 239 Miles
  • Alaska Native Heritage Tour
  • Wild Berry Park Movie
  • Portage Glacier Viewing (Optional)
  • Denali National Park and Preserve
  • Denali Guided Bus Tour (Wildlife)
DAY 37 – 41SKAGWAY / TESLIN, AK
  • Driving Distance – Skagway 268, Teslin 160
  • Breakfast / Inland Passage Wildlife Cruise
  • Whale Watching / Eldred Rock Lighthouse
  • Capital City Tour / Site Seeing / Shopping / Chilkoot Trail Original Town
  • White Pass adn Yukon Railroad (Train Ride)
  • Soapy Smith Vaudeville Show
DAY 42 – 48ISCUT / STEWART / SMITHERS, BC
  • Driving Distance – Jct 37 160, Iscut 208, Stewart 176, Smithers 204 Miles
  • Cassier Hwy / Jade City
  • Home Cooked Meal
  • Entertainment Night
  • Bear Lookout / Get-together
  • Farewell Pancakes and Sausage Breakfast
  • Now for the Crunch… Hugs and Goodby’s…

Customer’s Review

Ft. Walton Beach

★★★★★
We had a great time. Food was awesome. We enjoy this rally because you get to visit with a lot of different folks. Everyone is so friendly. We get to be on first name with the exhibitors. Lots of games and fun. See you in Tennessee.
- Mary and Ronnie Bean

New Orleans Rally

★★★★★
Terrific week, excellent touring. Plantations, swamp boat ride, Mardi Gras World, WWII Museum, Paddlewheel steamboat, etc were most enjoyable, along with fine dining and rousing entertainment. Thanks to all Staff!
- Ken Blair & JoAnn Gratt

Great American Caravan

★★★☆☆
My wife and I took this caravan to learn what they were. Since we are photographers, and had taken a trip with Natural Habitat, we hoped this trip would be a similar experience: but were somewhat disappointed. After starting the trip, we found that we went from tourist trap to tourist trap, but with an active social life. As such, we were sorely disappointed. We found that, even though we visited many interesting places, the chance to do the type of photography we do was impossible to do due to rapid buss movements, dirty windows, questionable maintenance, reflections and large crowds: also, that the buying of souvenirs was the primary objective of the caravan as opposed to any emphasis on photography above the use of a cell phone camera was non-existent. The educational aspect was limited to telling you what to look for (which was necessary since we were usually moving at a rapid rate) with only a chance of a snapshot which, if increased in size became blurred beyond recognition. The one exception to this was our stop at Yellowstone National Park when the Wagon master gave a very good talk about the park and its origins while on the way to the Park. One thing we found disconcerting was the fact that no information presented to us prior to the trip mentioned ride-sharing. Had we had this information we might have decided not to make the trip due to our dependence on others. This is not to say ride-sharing is bad, but to acquaint the client of its existence and the success and necessity of it while making people with “toads” aware of its existence and let them know of the company’s expectation. My wife and I took this trip with the realization that our expectations for photography may not be met. We felt that the education acquired on the caravan would be worth the cost if we had an active participation in the process. Our realizations were met as we met some extremely nice people on this trip which will be friends for the rest of our lives. The people that we rideshared with (Jim and Janice Ballenger due to the gracious way they treated us, Kathleen Williams for her stories and 2 traveling companions Dude and amazing Grace, Joe and Shirley Krebs, it’s always wonderful to run into another Submarine sailor). The people on this caravan were always pleasant and a fun group to be involved with. We would like to offer some suggestions for future caravans: 1. Let the clients know about ride-share before they submit their deposit for the Caravan. 2. Since the Wagon master and Tail gunner are required to use big Riggs, investigate having their “toads” being 15 passenger vans. 3. Put less emphasis on selling “Lifetime Memberships”. It made us feel that: unless we purchased one, it would be a waste of time for us to be on this caravan. That feeling became less toward the end of the caravan but remained with us for the first part of the trip. 4. Give the Wagon masters and tail gunners information to be put out about each stop so the client knows what to look for and has a base of information so they may obtain more information for themselves. Summary: Since we had reservations about the type of caravan this was not a disappointment to us. We had a good time and met some very lovely people. We are not the type of people that go to tourist places just to buy souvenirs, but to get a feel of the area and learn some about the people. This is almost an impossible job for a caravan of this nature (Free Form). Jim and Vera (Wagon masters) and Ronnie and Mary (Tail gunners) did an extremely creditable job of taking care of everyone and ensuring that everyone had a good time. The scheduling, meal preparation and coordination of activities is a gargantuan task which was carried off superbly-- WELL DONE fellow travelers WE APPRECIATE ALL YOUR EFFORTS.
- Richard Deyoe