Experience Alaska with RavnAir Alaska’s Explorer Fares
Fares as low as $188 Round Trip
- 50% off full coach fares
- Trip must be round-trip starting in Anchorage
- Purchase within 7 days of departure
- 1 night minimum stay
- 2 night maximum stay
Visit Homer, Dillingham, King Salmon, Kodiak, Fairbanks, Kenai, and Valdez!
Homer is known as the Eco and Adventurism capital of Alaska as well as the City of Peonies. Located at the end of the Sterling Highway, 200 miles south of Anchorage, surrounded by wilderness and ocean.
Go fishing in “The Halibut Capital of the World” or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Homer spit. More adventurous? Take a hike along one of Homer’s majestic glaciers. Jump aboard a boat to try and spot whales and other sea life for a once in a lifetime experience.
Dillingham is on the edge of the Wood-Tikchik State Park, the country’s largest state park and at the head of Nushagak Bay, along the mouth of the Wood and Nushagak rivers. Home to some of the best sport fishing in the entire state and exceptional wildlife viewing.
Fish for all five species of Pacific salmon along with freshwater rainbow trout, Arctic Char, and Dolly Varden. Kayak, canoe, or raft through the undeveloped wilderness of Wood-Tikchik. Take a day trip to the Walrus Islands State Game Sanctuary, home to all kinds of wildlife.
Located 284 miles southwest of Anchorage, King Salmon serves as the gateway to the infamous Katmai National Park and Preserve. King Salmon isn’t connected by roads to other Alaska communities, giving it a quiet, secluded appeal.
Grab your camera and go see Katmai National Park and Preserve’s gigantic grizzly bears, explore the moon-like scenery of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes, created by the 1912 eruption of Novarupta, or go fly-in fishing.
Known as the Emerald Isle for its luscious landscape, Kodiak is Alaska’s largest island and the second-largest island in the United States at 3,670 square miles and more than 100 miles long. The Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge encompasses two-thirds of the island consisting of a diverse landscape that ranges from mountains to wetlands.
Learn about the island’s World War II history at Fort Abercrombie Historical Park or go fishing for salmon, halibut, rockfish, cod, and trout, or take a day tour to go bear viewing. Don’t forget to stop and enjoy some fresh crab at one of the local restaurants.
Originally a gold rush boomtown, now known as the “Golden Heart of Alaska;” Fairbanks is centrally located in Alaska’s interior, north of Denali National Park and Preserve and south of the Arctic Circle.
Test your luck panning for gold, take a dip in the Chena Hot Springs, meet reindeer and musk oxen, chill out in an ice museum, visit a dog mushing kennel, or explore museums and historic sites.
Only 15 minutes southeast of Anchorage by flight, Kenai sits on a low rise overlooking the mouth of the Kenai River with majestic views of the Alaska Range and three active volcanoes, Mount Spurr, Mount Iliamna, and Mount Redoubt.
Enjoy some of the best fishing in the world on the Kenai River, take a walk on the sandy beaches of Cook Inlet. Take a walking tour through Old Town to learn Kenai’s history and culture.
Valdez is the largest port in all of Prince William Sound, surrounded by the Chugach National Forest, giving Valdez unique access to nature.
Get on a boat and experience Prince William Sound, with massive glaciers and where whales, mountain goats, sea otters, seals, sea lions,
puffins, and shorebirds call home; or enjoy a guided raft trip that takes you past the magnificent waterfalls of Keystone Canyon.