On a self-driving tour, you can experience Alaska at your own pace, where you’ll have the freedom and flexibility to start and stop whenever you wish. The Alaska road system is easy to navigate. You can see almost all of Alaska’s many landmarks and highlights behind the wheel as you discover the many natural wonders of the state’s eight national parks – from Denali to Wrangell St Elias. And you can always add on an excursion to your road trip fun, such as a flightseeing tour above Denali, riding a classic sternwheeler riverboat in Fairbanks, or a glacier and wildlife cruise in Prince William Sound or Kenai Fjords National Park!
Over the past 25+ years, Alaska Tours has pioneered the development of pre-planned Alaska driving vacations and road trips that maximize your vacation time and eliminate the hassle of finding lodges, hotels, and side trips that work well with your itinerary. Let us be your co-pilot as we put you in the driver’s seat as you explore Alaska on your memorable road trip!
We can help you plan your Alaska road trip itinerary and driving route or customize a “rail and road” vacation package while leaving you plenty of time to explore Alaska on your own.
Browse below our wide selection of Alaska self-driving tours and itineraries that combine Alaska Railroad trips with different driving routes. And, of course, we’re happy to customize a driving route just for you. Just give us a call or contact us!
Map of Alaska’s Popular Road-Tripping Routes
Driving Distances Between Alaskan Cities (Miles)
|Anchorage||Chitina (1)||Denali (2)||Fairbanks||Girdwood||Homer||Seward (3)||Talkeetna||Valdez|
(1) Chitina – Gateway to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve
(2) Denali – Denali National Park Entrance
(3) Seward – Gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park