Bear Feeding at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center and Turnagain Arm Tour This tour offers wildlife encounters up close!

Board your Turnagain Arm Shuttle for the guided drive along spectacular Turnagain Arm. From beginning to end there are dramatic views of mountains and the scenery of Cook Inlet. At the 140-acre Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center [AWCC], jaws drop in awe-even those of seasoned longtime Alaskans.

AWCC's mission is to provide refuge for orphaned, injured and ill animals,-those that can't survive in the wild. The center also educates visitors about Alaska's Wildlife. Your shuttle will take you directly to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where you can witness Alaskan Wildlife up close and we time this tour just in time for the bear feeding. On the way down to the Alaska Wildlife Center you will be traveling Alaska's most scenic highway known as Turnagain Arm.

What You Can Expect

Your journey to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center begins with a custom tour of Turnagain Arm, it's a treat you won't want to miss. On the way to the wildlife center you will be traveling down the Seward Highway voted one of the top scenic byway in America. This is Alaska's most scenic stretch of highway known as Turnagain Arm. Your adventure includes a Turnagain Arm Tour with highlights listed below.

Price: $89.00 (Book early and save using promo codes found on this website)

Duration: 5.5 hours - All times are approximate.

Included:
Round-trip shuttle service with a tour of Turnagain Arm and entrance fee into the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.

Tour Times: 1 PM


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