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Alaska
Alaska's Playground: Wildlife & Nature on The Kenai Peninsula
With calving glaciers, shimmering waters and rugged mountains — the Kenai Peninsula is stunning. Discover the history and wildlife of “Alaska’s Playground.”
Rating (4.5)
Program No. 22671RJ
Length
8 days
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4.5 Average
Rita
(5)

The Road Scholar program fully lived up to its promise. I enjoyed the people and the program immensely and it enriched my life.

Barbara
(5)

What an awesome experience, informative, fun educational.

Jackie
(4)

Jaw dropping scenery; wildlife, glaciers, waterfalls, and the history of the Kenai Penninsula. A truly enchanting experience.

Carolyn
(4)

We attended the very first time this program was offered and, as could be expected, there are some parts that will be improved. The instructors lived the Soldotna history they shared and were well-prepared with multiple stories, artifacts, and handouts. Field trips to several museums (Anchorage, town of Kenai, and Homer's Pratt) and Lowell Gallery were very worthwhile. We could have used more time at the AK Wildlife Conservation Center, Nat'l Wildlife Refuge Visitors Centers and in Seward at the SeaLife Center. I believe everyone loved the Glacier Cruise and the Seavey Dog Complex ride, puppies, and artifacts. It's an interesting tour of this specific part of a huge state. Lodging was very clean and the dinners were generally much better than expected. It was a beautiful tour with favorable weather--only 1 day with some showers and rain. It was cool and overcast much of the time, which I believe is normal there.






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