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Northern Lights and Chena Hot Springs Tour from Fairbanks
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Northern Lights and Chena Hot Springs Tour from Fairbanks

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Combine your aurora borealis tour with a relaxing spa treatment for the ultimate northern lights experience from Fairbanks. While waiting for dark skies, choose from activities at Chena Hot Springs Resort such as a soak in natural mineral water pools and a look at the Aurora Ice Museum. Your guide then takes your small group to the most promising locations for viewing the northern lights, with warm beverages provided.
US$175.00 per adult
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Courtney wrote a review Oct. 2020
Canberra, Australia30 contributions5 helpful votes
This was the absolute highlight of our Alaskan cruise last September! Stunning blue sky day and the colour of the glacier, hearing and seeing the ice crack and crumble fall into the water was incredible, something I’ll never forget! Perhaps they all say this but our cruise ship captain said we were the closest he’s ever been able to get to the glacier due to good weather and visibility (keep in mind this was a massive princess cruises ship). The education we received about glaciers and this particular one was second to none! This is something I could visit over and over again and never get sick of, absolutely incredible! I would love to go out on a smaller vessel next time to get an even closer experience.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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mlorahga wrote a review Sep. 2020
Augusta, Georgia1,476 contributions265 helpful votes
We took a small boat to get close to the Hubbard Glacier. In this picture you can see two moose who swam out to this small outcropping. Note the spray behind them which was caused by “calving” or the breaking off of ice chunks from the face wall. Even still, Hubbard is still an advancing glacier.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Kirsten M wrote a review Jun. 2020
Newcastle, Australia395 contributions80 helpful votes
The Hubbard Glacier was the highlight of our cruise to Alaska. It is the most phenomenal sight I have seen on any coast. Heading the sounds and seeing the ice falls was mindblowing. The true power of nature at its finest. Keep an eye on the waters around, plenty of wildlife to be seen.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Karen W wrote a review Mar. 2020
Brisbane Region, Australia2,202 contributions89 helpful votes
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On such a beautiful clear day what a marvel and so lucky to have the opportunity to see in the middle of summer, especially after so many hot days. Due to the heatwave and numerous bushfires at this time was a little discoloured on top of the Glacier but this also allowed for ice calving (due to the high daytime temperatures) of the glacier due to the heat which was sensational for both photography and to see up so close. Fortunately, the Hubbard Glacier is growing in size which is so great environmentally.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Adriatic_100 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Temecula, California80 contributions21 helpful votes
The clacer is amazing, the colors in the pictures while they look amazing really do not do any justice to the true amazing colors in person. The sounds of the ice cracking echoing through over the sea water to us a mile away is a sound that will send chills down your spine. A sound again you must hear in person, something that cannot be duplicated on a sound system!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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