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Big Game Alaska

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1 Portage Glacier Road, Girdwood, Anchorage, AK 99587
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Wilderness, Wildlife & Glacier Experience from Anchorage
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Wilderness, Wildlife & Glacier Experience from Anchorage

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Get out of the city and deeper into the Alaskan wilderness than is typical on a sightseeing tour. This tour takes you to Chugach National Forest, Beluga Point, Portage Glacier, and more to spot brown bears, wolves, bison, and belugas. Enjoy live commentary and learn about the unique landscapes of Alaska from your expert guide.
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GaleAKDreaming wrote a review Sep 2019
Palmer, Alaska78 contributions15 helpful votes
I love driving around and watching the saved animals & taking photos. The animals come from sad circumstances and get to live and breed. The Bison group was increased to transplant back out to the bush Alaska. The gift shop has low cost and higher priced keepsakes. My favorite was a stutue of mother bear and triplets to remind me of my adventure around Alaska.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MartinEldred wrote a review Jan 2019
Eagle River, Alaska87 contributions25 helpful votes
We have taken many violators to Alaska to this, and they are able to see, up close, much of the animals one associates with Alaska. Well maintained, the animals are in large habitats and are able to interact more naturally with one another. All the animals are will-life rescues and are ones saved from certain death in the wild. Not a zoo, but a place of preservation, education, and restoration.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Cocokayak wrote a review Mar 2017
Anchorage, Alaska174 contributions30 helpful votes
My grandson enjoyed the new born wildlife- nice shop and staff- most wig life viewed in a car drive around with good info
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Leaddog83 wrote a review Nov 2015
Sydney199 contributions96 helpful votes
It is now known as the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, but does a great job of getting people up close to the animals. The Bears are obviously a huge attraction with both brown and black bears, and the feeding time is always interesting, although disappointing to see such wild creatures penned up. However, this is a sanctuary for problem or orphaned animals, so they are doing very good work here to protect the animals, while giving the population the chance to experience these magnificent creatures in person. Very much worth a visit!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Mustang2447 wrote a review Sep 2012
Woodward, Oklahoma36 contributions14 helpful votes
Way to see animals in a zoo like setting. Most of the animals have a sad story as to how they arrived at the facility. You can spend as much time or as little as you want as it is self-paced. We killed time waiting for the tunnel to Whittier to open.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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