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4 Days Aurora Winter Adventure Tour (英文行程)

行程代號 NFF4E

日期與價目

You may add a one-day Arctic Circle visit as an optional tour activity. 

  • One-day Arctic Circle Fly/Drive Adventure – USD439/per person
  • One-day Arctic Circle Drive Adventure – USD249/per person
  • Additional nights hotel in Fairbanks $180 per night w/ breakfast

行程特色

  • Fairbanks, Alaska, with its perfect combination of location and conditions offers one of the best opportunities anywhere to see the mystical Lights for yourself!

Day 1: Arrive Fairbanks Arrival (FAI)
Arrive in Fairbanks, the Golden Heart City of Alaska, just 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle! Transfer to your hotel via hotel shuttle. Enjoy dinner on your own. Greet your guide at 10 PM for your first visit to our Aurora Viewing Lodge. Hot drinks are always on hand and snacks are available for purchase. Your guide can provide tips for capturing images of the Northern Lights. Tour returns to the hotel between 2 & 3 AM.
The lore of the native Athabascan people of Interior Alaska tells that the Aurora Borealis is torches carried by spirits to light the way to the afterworld paradise for those who have recently passed. You will undoubtedly wish to weave your own legend after viewing the magical Northern Lights.
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 2: Fairbanks – Denali National Park
Enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska Range as you head south to Denali National Park. Explore the Denali Winter Visitor Center to learn about the magnificent wilderness surrounding North America’s highest peak and the park’s preservation of this sensitive ecosystem. Enjoy a winter walk (complimentary snowshoes are available) through the frosted forest. Look for moose, snowshoe hare, ermine, raven and willow ptarmigan, Alaska’s state bird. Travel into the park to take in views of Denali (“The Great One” in the native Athabascan language), weather and road conditions permitting. Pack your own lunch to enjoy in the park while taking a break from snowshoeing. When the Alaska Railroad’s Aurora Winter Train has departures during your date of selection, you will be able to upgrade to ride the train back to Fairbanks.
Due to the northern latitude, the amount of daylight is greatly decreased in winter, especially around the winter solstice in late December. It might be dark when you depart for your tour in the morning and the sun will set as you return to Fairbanks. We plan this day’s tour departure time accordingly, to ensure that you will have daylight while in Denali National Park. Upon your return to Fairbanks, you will have time to enjoy dinner on your own before another nighttime quest for the magical Lights at our Aurora Viewing Lodge. Tour returns to the hotel between 2 & 3 AM. (B)
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 3: Chena Hot Springs Resort
Bring your swimwear! We will drive through the boreal forest to Chena Hot Springs Resort, where you can soak in the indoor or outdoor hot pools* and tour the world’s only year-round ice museum and hotel. Enjoy a refreshing “appletini” in a glass carved from crystalline ice (at your own expense). You may enjoy the fine cuisine in the resort dining room (at your own expense), before returning to Fairbanks for your third night of scanning the skies for the mystical Northern Lights at our Aurora Viewing Lodge. *Indoor pool – all ages welcome. Outdoor pool – 18 years of age and older only. (B)
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 4: Leave Fairbanks
You may choose to purchase an optional activity, including dogsledding, ice fishing or snowmachining. These can be arranged through your guide.
Later in the day, explore fascinating local culture with a visit to Fairbanks Morris Thompson Cultural Center. Learn about the history of Interior Alaska and its first people, the Koyukon Athabascans, who have lived in the region for thousands of years. Find out more about the modern economic forces that have shaped the city, the discovery of gold in 1898, the ongoing growth of the military in the region from WWII to today, the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in the 1970’s and forward to today’s diversified economy.
Visit the Cultural Center gift shop to don traditional Athabascan clothing for photographs. Exquisitely hand-crafted parkas, coats and mittens made of animal skins and furs are available for you to wear while a photographer snaps pictures for you, a wonderful keepsake from your visit to Alaska! (B)

Your Aurora Winter Adventure concludes today.  Request the hotel airport shuttle transfer for your departure from the Great Land!

 

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出團備註

Included

  • Hotel shuttle from/to Fairbanks International Airport.
  • Three nights‘ hotel:  Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar.
  • Breakfast daily at hotel.
  • Nightly aurora viewing tours with knowledgeable local guide.
  • Admission to aurora viewing facilities, Chena Hot Springs Resort and Denali National Park.

 Not included

  • Airline tickets to and from tour departure/conclusion location.
  • Lunch and Dinner daily.
  • Driver/Guide gratuities (suggested minimum $10/day per person for day trips and $5/person for evening aurora viewing.)
  • Optional activity charges.

Fairbanks airport pick-up:

※ Airport shuttle – 24/7 service for guests staying SpringHill Suites by Marriott Fairbanks. Please call hotel front desk after arrival for shuttle arrangement.

Fairbanks airport drop-off:

※ Airport shuttle – 24/7 service for guests staying inSpringHill Suites by Marriott. Reservation required, preferably at least 12 hours before leaving the hotel

Application notes:

  1. This main tour is hosted by local professional English tour guides.
  2. We strongly recommend that you confirm receipt of our trip and then buy air tickets.
  3. We strongly recommend that you sign up at least 7 days in advance.
  4. This journey requires a US visa.

Change policy:

For transportation, equipment failure, government strikes, guest illness, sudden accidents, weather changes, or other personal reasons that result in failing to attend the tour on time. You can transfer your tour to others for free of charge. For changing or delaying your itinerary, we will try our best to help you reduce the loss, but we cannot bear this part of the cost, so please follow the following rules:

  1. 1. 10 days before the tour date: Postponement or change of itinerary: no penalty
  2. 2. Within 10 days (inclusive) of the tour date:

Postponement or change of itinerary: if the tour involves the following items, the cost of this part and the first night hotel expense will be deducted, and the remaining will be refunded or directly deducted into the other bookings of the change. The items are as follows: – Aurora Winter Train – Yukon River Camp Overnight 2days/1night Tour

Disclaimer:

  1. Irresistible factor

If it is affected by irresistible factors (including but not limited to: natural disasters, government or social activities, accidents or malfunctions, etc.), we will consider the safety and rights of tourists as the first prerequisites, and according to the actual situation on site, we have the right to take appropriate reactions and make appropriate adjustments, such as temporarily changing the time or content of the itinerary or even canceling some or all of the attractions, etc. We will retain the final interpretation.

Natural disasters: floods, earthquakes, hail, blizzards, tsunamis, etc.

Government or social activities: war, strikes, marches, political alternations, policy changes, terrorist threats, etc.

Accidents or malfunctions: tour bus malfunction, equipment damage, traffic accidents, etc.

  1. Tourists Reason

If the tourists fail to meet the tour guide at the location on time for personal reasons (including but not limited to diseases, accidents, late arrivals, etc.) and miss the bus, which result in failing to participate the tour, we will not take any responsibility, reschedule nor refund. Attention:

  1. a) Please arrive at the meeting place at least 10-15 minutes in advance; b) You can contact our number 1-2 days before departure to confirm the time and location again.
  2. Change of itinerary

If you need to leave early in the middle of the tour or have other personal arrangements, please inform us by email or other ways 30 days before the tour date to ensure the specific arrangements will be made to the itinerary. If you fail to notify us on time, we will not be responsible for any inconvenience caused by the change of the itinerary (such as delay of the departure flight, unable to visit your local friends, etc.)

Special note:

  1. Due to fire safety requirements in Alaska, extra beds cannot be added to hotel rooms. Every room is furnished with 2 beds.
  2. The optional tour is affected by weather factors. If the tour got canceled, we will issue a refund.
  3. The items included in the itinerary and the meals indicated in the itinerary are the designated items. If you are unable to participate in the itinerary, it’s considered you have voluntarily given up and no refund will be issued.

You may add a one-day Arctic Circle visit as an optional tour activity. 

  • One-day Arctic Circle Fly/Drive Adventure – USD439/per person
  • One-day Arctic Circle Drive Adventure – USD249/per person
  • Additional nights hotel in Fairbanks $180 per night w/ breakfast
  • Fairbanks, Alaska, with its perfect combination of location and conditions offers one of the best opportunities anywhere to see the mystical Lights for yourself!

Day 1: Arrive Fairbanks Arrival (FAI)
Arrive in Fairbanks, the Golden Heart City of Alaska, just 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle! Transfer to your hotel via hotel shuttle. Enjoy dinner on your own. Greet your guide at 10 PM for your first visit to our Aurora Viewing Lodge. Hot drinks are always on hand and snacks are available for purchase. Your guide can provide tips for capturing images of the Northern Lights. Tour returns to the hotel between 2 & 3 AM.
The lore of the native Athabascan people of Interior Alaska tells that the Aurora Borealis is torches carried by spirits to light the way to the afterworld paradise for those who have recently passed. You will undoubtedly wish to weave your own legend after viewing the magical Northern Lights.
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 2: Fairbanks – Denali National Park
Enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska Range as you head south to Denali National Park. Explore the Denali Winter Visitor Center to learn about the magnificent wilderness surrounding North America’s highest peak and the park’s preservation of this sensitive ecosystem. Enjoy a winter walk (complimentary snowshoes are available) through the frosted forest. Look for moose, snowshoe hare, ermine, raven and willow ptarmigan, Alaska’s state bird. Travel into the park to take in views of Denali (“The Great One” in the native Athabascan language), weather and road conditions permitting. Pack your own lunch to enjoy in the park while taking a break from snowshoeing. When the Alaska Railroad’s Aurora Winter Train has departures during your date of selection, you will be able to upgrade to ride the train back to Fairbanks.
Due to the northern latitude, the amount of daylight is greatly decreased in winter, especially around the winter solstice in late December. It might be dark when you depart for your tour in the morning and the sun will set as you return to Fairbanks. We plan this day’s tour departure time accordingly, to ensure that you will have daylight while in Denali National Park. Upon your return to Fairbanks, you will have time to enjoy dinner on your own before another nighttime quest for the magical Lights at our Aurora Viewing Lodge. Tour returns to the hotel between 2 & 3 AM. (B)
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 3: Chena Hot Springs Resort
Bring your swimwear! We will drive through the boreal forest to Chena Hot Springs Resort, where you can soak in the indoor or outdoor hot pools* and tour the world’s only year-round ice museum and hotel. Enjoy a refreshing “appletini” in a glass carved from crystalline ice (at your own expense). You may enjoy the fine cuisine in the resort dining room (at your own expense), before returning to Fairbanks for your third night of scanning the skies for the mystical Northern Lights at our Aurora Viewing Lodge. *Indoor pool – all ages welcome. Outdoor pool – 18 years of age and older only. (B)
Hotel: Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar

Day 4: Leave Fairbanks
You may choose to purchase an optional activity, including dogsledding, ice fishing or snowmachining. These can be arranged through your guide.
Later in the day, explore fascinating local culture with a visit to Fairbanks Morris Thompson Cultural Center. Learn about the history of Interior Alaska and its first people, the Koyukon Athabascans, who have lived in the region for thousands of years. Find out more about the modern economic forces that have shaped the city, the discovery of gold in 1898, the ongoing growth of the military in the region from WWII to today, the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in the 1970’s and forward to today’s diversified economy.
Visit the Cultural Center gift shop to don traditional Athabascan clothing for photographs. Exquisitely hand-crafted parkas, coats and mittens made of animal skins and furs are available for you to wear while a photographer snaps pictures for you, a wonderful keepsake from your visit to Alaska! (B)

Your Aurora Winter Adventure concludes today.  Request the hotel airport shuttle transfer for your departure from the Great Land!

 

精采圖片

出團備註

Included

  • Hotel shuttle from/to Fairbanks International Airport.
  • Three nights‘ hotel:  Springhill Suites by Marriott or similar.
  • Breakfast daily at hotel.
  • Nightly aurora viewing tours with knowledgeable local guide.
  • Admission to aurora viewing facilities, Chena Hot Springs Resort and Denali National Park.

 Not included

  • Airline tickets to and from tour departure/conclusion location.
  • Lunch and Dinner daily.
  • Driver/Guide gratuities (suggested minimum $10/day per person for day trips and $5/person for evening aurora viewing.)
  • Optional activity charges.

Fairbanks airport pick-up:

※ Airport shuttle – 24/7 service for guests staying SpringHill Suites by Marriott Fairbanks. Please call hotel front desk after arrival for shuttle arrangement.

Fairbanks airport drop-off:

※ Airport shuttle – 24/7 service for guests staying inSpringHill Suites by Marriott. Reservation required, preferably at least 12 hours before leaving the hotel

Application notes:

  1. This main tour is hosted by local professional English tour guides.
  2. We strongly recommend that you confirm receipt of our trip and then buy air tickets.
  3. We strongly recommend that you sign up at least 7 days in advance.
  4. This journey requires a US visa.

Change policy:

For transportation, equipment failure, government strikes, guest illness, sudden accidents, weather changes, or other personal reasons that result in failing to attend the tour on time. You can transfer your tour to others for free of charge. For changing or delaying your itinerary, we will try our best to help you reduce the loss, but we cannot bear this part of the cost, so please follow the following rules:

  1. 1. 10 days before the tour date: Postponement or change of itinerary: no penalty
  2. 2. Within 10 days (inclusive) of the tour date:

Postponement or change of itinerary: if the tour involves the following items, the cost of this part and the first night hotel expense will be deducted, and the remaining will be refunded or directly deducted into the other bookings of the change. The items are as follows: – Aurora Winter Train – Yukon River Camp Overnight 2days/1night Tour

Disclaimer:

  1. Irresistible factor

If it is affected by irresistible factors (including but not limited to: natural disasters, government or social activities, accidents or malfunctions, etc.), we will consider the safety and rights of tourists as the first prerequisites, and according to the actual situation on site, we have the right to take appropriate reactions and make appropriate adjustments, such as temporarily changing the time or content of the itinerary or even canceling some or all of the attractions, etc. We will retain the final interpretation.

Natural disasters: floods, earthquakes, hail, blizzards, tsunamis, etc.

Government or social activities: war, strikes, marches, political alternations, policy changes, terrorist threats, etc.

Accidents or malfunctions: tour bus malfunction, equipment damage, traffic accidents, etc.

  1. Tourists Reason

If the tourists fail to meet the tour guide at the location on time for personal reasons (including but not limited to diseases, accidents, late arrivals, etc.) and miss the bus, which result in failing to participate the tour, we will not take any responsibility, reschedule nor refund. Attention:

  1. a) Please arrive at the meeting place at least 10-15 minutes in advance; b) You can contact our number 1-2 days before departure to confirm the time and location again.
  2. Change of itinerary

If you need to leave early in the middle of the tour or have other personal arrangements, please inform us by email or other ways 30 days before the tour date to ensure the specific arrangements will be made to the itinerary. If you fail to notify us on time, we will not be responsible for any inconvenience caused by the change of the itinerary (such as delay of the departure flight, unable to visit your local friends, etc.)

Special note:

  1. Due to fire safety requirements in Alaska, extra beds cannot be added to hotel rooms. Every room is furnished with 2 beds.
  2. The optional tour is affected by weather factors. If the tour got canceled, we will issue a refund.
  3. The items included in the itinerary and the meals indicated in the itinerary are the designated items. If you are unable to participate in the itinerary, it’s considered you have voluntarily given up and no refund will be issued.
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