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John Hall’s Alaska is launching a lineup of new Alaska tours in 2023 and is set to debut the Black Label product designation for travelers interested in an even more elevated experience.

The new 11-day Alaska Bears & Bering Sea tour will headline the 2023 season. Setting off from Nome, the itinerary continues on to Denali, Knik River and Kodiak for bear viewing and flightseeing experiences. Bookings are now available for this limited capacity tour.

“Our Alaska Bears & Bering Sea tour was made for the guests who seek wildlife and adventure,” said John Hall’s Alaska president and founder John Hall Sr, in a press release statement. “In this tour, we’ve pieced all the major highlights from some of our other packages and put it into one. For 11 days, guests will experience everything from giant Kodiak brown bears to flightseeing over volcanoes and glaciers for an ultimate small group guided package.”

Highlights of the trip include:

  • Journey on the Alaska Railroad’s GoldStar service in glass-dome cars.
  • Take a Denali National Park wildlife tour with a stop at the park’s visitor center.
  • Join an exclusive dog sledding presentation at Dream A Dream kennel.
  • View Kodiak brown bears on a flightseeing tour at Kodiak Wildlife Reserve.
  • Explore World War II bunkers on a visit to historic Fort Abercrombie.
  • Learn history in Anchorage, Nome and Kodiak on city tours or museum visits.

John Hall’s Alaska will offer seven more all-inclusive, multi-day, escorted packages in 2023:

  • Alaska & The Canadian Rockies: An 18-day guided tour from Seattle, through the Canadian Rockies and on to the Great Land. This itinerary takes guests of all mobilities to some of the most iconic parks along the way—Banff, Stone Mountain, Kluane, Denali and Kenai Fjords. This itinerary departs May 31, 2023.
  • Untamed Alaska: This 11-day trip combines time in some of Alaska’s small towns with bucket-list activities and attractions like visiting Denali, viewing glaciers and searching for Alaska’s “big five.” This itinerary has departures offered in June and late July.
  • 1898 Alaska and Yukon Gold Rush: Your clients can retrace gold rush history in this 14-day journey from Anchorage into the Yukon and then dropping down into the Inside Passage. This itinerary is offered in June and July.
  • Grand Slam Alaska: This 10-day guided tour takes visitors throughout Southcentral and Interior Alaska, offering opportunities to view glaciers, go whale watching, experience local culture, visit national parks and much more. This popular itinerary for first-time Alaska visitors runs weekly from June through August.
  • National Parks of Alaska: John Hall’s is now offering guests the opportunity to visit six national parks in Alaska, with the easy ability to add pre- and post-trip stops to be able to visit all eight. This 14-day, limited capacity itinerary, is offered on three departures in July.
  • Platinum Inside Passage Experience: This itinerary is custom-built by John Hall’s Alaska and cannot be found anywhere else. Guests travel the famed Inside Passage by private day boat into some of Southeast Alaska’s most wildlife-rich and historic coastal areas. This itinerary begins service on June 17.

“All of our trips are imbued with our company philosophies. We choose to partner with small, locally owned businesses,” Hall said. “Because we live there, work there, guide there, and have been offering tours in Alaska since 1983, we have developed many lasting relationships and that helps set our trips apart.”

Enjoy an Elevated Alaskan Tour with John Hall’s Alaska Black Label

John Hall’s Alaska is debuting its Black Label product designation, ideal for travelers interested in an even more elevated experience. Black Label itineraries are those that are under 28 total passengers per trip and travel in the newest and most well-appointed motorcoach fleet. 2023 itineraries with this designation include the National Parks of Alaska and Alaska Bears & Bering Sea departures.

“Our Black Label experience reinforces the foundational intention that drives us to provide top-tier, high-end, small destination itineraries for travelers to Alaska,” Hall said. “Experiencing Alaska in an elevated and intimate manner is what we do best, and these designated Black Label trips offer exclusively curated travel unlike any other.”

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