Your safety is our priority. We are working around the clock to make sure our experiences are safe for all of our guests, allowing you to book and visit us with confidence.

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At Pursuit, our highest priority is the health and well-being of our guests and staff. While the health risk remains low in Alaska, we have enhanced our cleaning protocols and are working with travel partners and health officials to closely monitor the situation. We remain committed to providing our guests with healthy and remarkable travel experiences.

Book with Confidence

Concerned about traveling? We understand, and have implemented a special policy that allows you to cancel up to 3 days before your trip for a full refund.

Whether you’ve already booked or are planning a trip now, let us take away your worry with an extra-flexible temporary cancellation option. As long as you cancel at least 3 days before your visit, we’ll provide you with a full refund.

To learn more, please reach out to our team and we’ll make sure you have all of the information you need.

Temporary Closures & Delayed Openings

With the utmost concern for the health and safety of our communities, staff and guests, we are taking the next steps to socially distance and do our part to protect and care for those around us.

We have decided to pause operations or delayed seasonal openings for many of our experiences. Because the situation around the world is rapidly evolving, these closures and delays may change. Please check back for the latest updates.

Attractions and Activities

  • Kenai Fjords Tours: June 5
  • Denali Backcountry Adventure: June 7


  • Denali Backcountry Lodge: June 13
  • Denali Cabins: June 9
  • Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge: June 7
  • Seward Windsong Lodge: June 10
  • Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge: June 15
Visit with Confidence

Safety First is our core value, and above everything, our highest priority is the health and well-being of our guests and staff. Here’s what we are doing to make our experiences safe.

  • Social distancing: Like any great host, we want you to feel comfortable, so we’ve adapted the way we operate to make sure our guests have space from each other.
  • Extreme cleaning & sanitation: All tour boats, guest and staff spaces have undergone deep cleaning with bleach, and will continue to be cleaned constantly.
  • Encouraging Safe Practices: Hand sanitizer stations, staff travel restrictions and safety signage are just a few of the things that we have implemented across our experiences to remind guests and staff to do their part in keeping each other safe.
  • Stay informed: We are in constant communication with community and government agencies and continue to follow all recommendations as new information is available. Here are some simple things you can do to increase your own safety—as well as those around you.
    • Follow the experts: We recommend you stick with a few trust-worthy sources of information for the latest news and travel advice.
    • Monitor your health: Keep an eye out for symptoms like a dry cough, trouble breathing and an elevated body temperature. If you feel symptomatic, self-isolate and contact your local health authority.
    • Clean your hands: Frequent and thorough handwashing for at least 20 seconds. Keep from spreading germs and is also deemed a particularly important way to avoid Coronavirus (COVID-19). If there is no handwashing and soap available, use hand sanitizer.
    • Avoid touching your face: Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose, and clean your hands immediately after. That’s an easy way to keep germs from getting in to your system.
    • Cough smartly and gently: Common sense coughing etiquette can really help here as well—cough into your elbow.
    • Prioritize your wellness: Drink lots of water, get plenty of sleep, eat healthy and try to spend time outside—these are good rules for now and always when you’re travelling.

Questions? Contact us

Call us today at 1.800.808.8068.
Alternatively, fill out the form below and a member of our team will respond within 24 hours (weekdays) and 48 hours (weekends).

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