We provide exceptional tours to the "Must-Do!" attractions in Anchorage. Get the most of your trip by calling PicTours Alaska. Every tour is hand-picked and customized for your enjoyment.
Catered for the best activity experience Whether you are preparing to board a cruise ship or catch a late night flight--PicTours Alaska is ready to make your day an adventure.
We are not a "me-too" operation PicTours Alaska is leading where others want to mimic. As active members of the Municipal of Anchorage's, "Visit Anchorage" association, we are local experts on our surrounding wilderness and can show you our regional wildlife and the many spectacular sights within a days reach.
We'll pick you up at major downtown or midtown hotels. Our amenities include: water, snacks, wifi, free photography lessons and live entertainment.
Get Personalized Advice There is so many things to do in Anchorage. In fact it can be a bit confusing. Let me help you simplify and identify those activities that is most important to you. Please call me, +1-907-441-2274 or text me. I am a real live "local" expert and want to help you understand the best things to do in Anchorage.
Bob Terrazas Owner, Chief Adventure Guide & Scout
Wilderness, Wildlife & Glacier Tour May - Sept 2019
Learn about our rich history. From early Native American inhabitance, game changing discovery of gold and just interesting events that has made Anchorage special. We depart from downtown Anchorage and drive along the Turnagain Arm, a beautiful glacial waterway.
See scenic backdrops, icy-blue glaciers and walk alpine meadows We make stops at hand-picked locations. Once there, feel free to participate in a free photo lesson. Or, just relax and soak up the prestine fresh air and wonderous views.
Become a better photographer Whether a cellphone camera or DSLR, our 30 years of experience provides a coaching approach that allows you to capture stunning memories with every click. This tour is boots-to-the-ground, however it is .
Award Winning & Sought after Tour Only on this tour can you meet a bear, touch fresh glacial water, walk alpine meadows in a vast National Forest setting. As part of many locations we visit, access to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is included.
Two Departure Times
12 p.m. 7 days per week
Wilderness, Wildlife & Glacier Tour
THREE TOP ATTRACTIONS -- ALL in ONE TOUR!
May thru July
Alaska Botanical Gardens allows you to take in the beauty of Alaska's native flora and northern-hardy perennials at this tranquil garden located amidst 110 acres of boreal forest.
The Alaska Zoo is located on 25 acres on the Anchorage Hillside. The zoo is currently home to more than 100 birds and mammals, representing some 50 species. The zoo has the widest variety of animals native to the state of Alaska such as polar bear, as well as some exotics such as Amur tigers, Bactrian camels, and yaks.
The Anchorage Museum brings the best of Alaska to the world and the best of the world to Alaska.Through a combination of art and design, history, science and culture, the Anchorage Museum creates a rich, deep understanding of the human experience and offers something for everyone.
Departure Times begin at 10:15 and Every Hour and half from Corner F Street & 4th Avenue This tour does not include amenities.
Start Your Alaska Adventure with a Private Cruise Ship Transfer! May - Sept 2019
Travel Beyond what a shuttle bus or train can offer. Lose the crowds and go first-class to your Princess Cruise Ship. Enjoy the 60 mile drive from Anchorage to either; Whittier or Seward Cruise Ship Ports.
We believe that to see Alaska, you need to walk on its ground. Our Hotel-to-Ship Photo Adventure will make stops along the way to interact with Alaska's nature. Duration 4 hours. This tour includes our Wilderness, Wildlife & Glacier Tour.
Pick-up: Ted Stevens Int'l Airport Baggage Claim; All downtown & midtown hotels or downtown Anchorage Visitor Center.
BOOK EARLY - THIS EXCURSION MAKES a GREAT FAMILY GIFT.
Imagine riding the very same trails, on the same day, as the Iditarod Dog Mushing Teams. Ride with us, as we snowmachine on the Official Iditarod Dog Race trails.
That's right, experience the race as it unfolds in the wilderness. Be Guided and ride safely with tested professional snowmachine guides. You will be assigned your own snowmachine to use. All trials are groomed, making for a comfortable experience.
We meet and depart from the Big Lake Area. The tour will ride north along the Susitna River trails and head towards the racers as they decend south from the Willow Lake area.
All snowmachine equipment, outfitting, pick-up and meals is included. Call if lodging arrangements is needed--we can handle this too. Some experience on motorcycles, dirt-bikes, wave-runners or snow-machines is recommended, but not necessary--this is boots-to-the-ground adventure!