Salmon Berry Tours – A Personal Approach to Touring Alaska
Salmon Berry Tours was founded on the idea that Alaska is fun and you should have fun seeing Alaska.
The tour guides at Salmon Berry Tours know what they enjoy about Alaska and share that knowledge with you so you can enjoy Alaska too.
Based on their knowledge and love of Alaska this personalized tour company has developed tours over the years that will allow you to check off a lot of things you want to see.
Some newer tours include a Sampler of Talkeetna and a Sampler of Girdwood. These tours allow different members of the same group to enjoy an area and experience different types of Alaskan adventures.
Someone wants to zipline while others go rafting. The sampler tour allows for all sorts of fun to meet everyone’s needs.
A popular tour year round is the Turnagain Turn Tour. Drive the scenic Turnagain Arm and see wildlife, spot glaciers and take a tram ride.
With 6 comfortable vans and a number of well trained guides you can go with your small group and experience Alaska based on what you want to see. Want to stop and take pictures along the way. They can do that. Want to book a train ride to Denali. They can do that.
Even if you aren’t sure what you want to see stop by to talk to someone about your options and check out the great collection of Alaskan gifts you can pick up in the store on 4th Avenue.
Photographer David Taylor is prominently featured in the gift shop and his photos of Alaska are breathtaking!
From Alaskan made hats to Native Alaskan masks you can find a real variety of Alaskan gifts for yourself or those you didn’t invite along on the trip.
The staff at Salmon Berry Tours are always helpful and excited to share Alaska with you. You can get more information by visiting their website or stop by the shop at 515 W. 4th Avenue in the heart of downtown Anchorage.
You can call Salmon Berry Tours locally at (907)278-3572 or Toll Free at 888-878-3572.
Book your tour with Salmon Berry Tours and find out why they were named Tour Operator of the Year by the Alaska Tourism Industry.