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Fairbanks is the largest city in the Interior region of Alaska, and second largest in the state. Fairbanks is known as the mosquito capital of the world. Fairbanks offers visitors adventures that can’t be experienced anywhere else. For the visitors who like a very active tour have lots to do here from Gold Mining, boating to Fishing. You can plan for wedding trips, Conventions, Bachelor/ ette Parties, Political Campaigns and organize Trade Shows here. Because, Fairbanks will do all the deal.
Bring a hearty appetite of the true Alaskan Experience in Pioneer Park, the frontier theme park of Fairbanks. Entering the mining valley through a tunnel can make you relive those Gold Rush days of old. You can enjoy an all-you-can-eat dinner of prime rib, King Salmon, Halibut, cod and a delicious homemade blueberry cake dessert. After the dinner, enjoy a short walk to the Palace Theater and Saloon.
A sightseeing flight along with the Dalton Hwy and the famous Alaska Pipeline can reach you to the land of “Midnight Sun” after crossing the Yukon River. Bettles and the famous Gates of the Arctic National Park are located on the southern slopes of the Brooks Range. You can experience the life-style and history of the Athabascan Native Village which is on the banks of the mighty Yukon River.
An excursion to Barrow provides an insight into view into the 4000 year old traditions of the Inupiat Eskimo Culture and their subsistence lifestyles. You can also have a Visit to the new Inupiat Heritage Center with dance ceremonies and the traditional blanket toss, walk along the Arctic Ocean or examine the unique tundra flora. Travel along the Dalton Highway region allows you to learn about the Gold Mining and can enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the vast and amazing Arctic mountain valleys.
The trip to Anaktuvik Pass takes you to the edge of the magnificent Brooks Range. Here you will have plenty of time to visit the Inland Eskimo Village, the local Schoolhouse, and the Simon Paneak Museum and craft stores with beautiful souvenirs made out of Caribou Hides. With the authentic sternwheeler riverboat Discovery II, you can enjoy a lively narration as you view a trapper's cabin, log homes, and a bush pilot performance. Make a stop at the historic site of a Chena Indian village to see native crafters in action and to learn abut Native Alaskan hunting and fishing techniques at an Athabascan Fish Camp. Apart from this Ester Gold camp and Gold Dredge & Sternwheeler Cruise can offer you enough fun and enjoyment to all the visitors. Also you can meet famous Iditarod Musher Mary Shields at her secluded log home near Fairbanks and learn about dog mushing.
Now feeling like planning a trip to Fairbanks? Then you can arrange it well. Whatever your purpose of tour may be, you can get arranged for a charter bus, Limos, Vans, Mini Buses, Limo Buses or other Motor Coaches.