ALASKA - 2018 VACATIONS
Alaska 2018 vacations Offering the best in Alaska vacations for over 70 years. MAY — SEPTEMBER 2018 A variety of choices including Denali National Park, the Kenai Peninsula, the Copper River Valley, Anchorage, Fairbanks and more. Explorer, Escorted & Self-Drive Tours up to 8 nights Denali Rail Tours from 1 to 4 Nights Sightseeing Excursions
- Explore Alaska Your Way With Gray Line Alaska For over 70 years, Gray Line Alaska has been helping travelers explore the wonders of the Great Land. We offer an extensive selection of multi-day tours and sightseeing excursions. Plan your dream vacation today. Unique Itineraries Throughout Alaska
- Variety of itineraries to match your schedule, budget and interests
- Extensive stays at Denali National Park
- Experienced and knowledgeable staff
- Showcasing the best of the Great Land — glaciers, mountains, wildlife, history & culture Comfortable Travel
- Luxury glass-domed railcars
- Deluxe motor coaches
- Full service hotels and lodges throughout Alaska
- Portage Glacier dayboat with topside viewing deck call 1.800.544.2206 Our friendly and knowledgeable team. Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge in Cooper Landing.
Arctic Ocean Bering Sea Pacific Ocean Gulf of Ala s k a Alaska Arctic Circle Barrow Prudhoe Bay Coldfoot Kotzebue Nome Gates of the Arctic National Park Fairbanks Dawson City Denali National Park Talkeetna Copper Center Whitehorse Fraser Skagway Juneau Ketchikan Portage Glacier Anchorage Seward Katmai National Park Vancouver Seattle Kenai Fjords National Park Prince William Sound Glacier Bay National Park Mendenhall Glacier Whittier Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Denali National Park — home to Denali, North America’s tallest mountain, offering the best opportunity to view amazing wildlife.
While visiting the park, keep an eye out for the big five: wolves, moose, bears, caribou and Dall sheep. A must-see destination to explore while visiting Alaska.
South Denali (Talkeetna) — enjoy panoramic views of the Alaska Range from this historic village which serves as base camp for mountaineers climbing Denali. Kenai Peninsula (Cooper Landing) — experience the turquoiseblue waters and abundance of salmon that make the Kenai River world famous. Copper River Valley (Copper Center) — discover America’s largest National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias, with its towering peaks and fish for the most famous salmon in the world in the Copper River. Anchorage — situated on beautiful Cook Inlet, Alaska’s largest city provides a hub of activity.
Fairbanks — discover Alaska’s interior and step back in time to the gold rush era of Alaska’s Golden Heart City, only 200 miles from the Arctic Circle.
Seward — the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. A perfect setting for up-close sealife viewing and glacier-carved fjords along a stunning coastline. Multiple Day Tours and Sightseeing prices are subject to adjustment in the event of changes in the dates, rates or applicability of sales or similar taxes. Gray Line Alaska reserves the right to impose a fuel surcharge at any time on any sightseeing and/ or multiple day tours.
Regional Highlights Meals are not included in tour unless noted on the itinerary: = Breakfast, = Lunch, = Dinner, = Snack Optional excursions and sightseeing are only included in your itinerary where indicated by Indicates an opportunity to add an optional tour or sightseeing. These tours are an excellent addition to your Alaska cruise. Cooper Landing 1 graylinealaska.com TABLE OF CONTENTS Denali Rail Tours 2 Train schedule and rates 3 Denali Rail Tour itineraries Explorer Tours 4 Denali Backcountry Explorer 5 Denali National Park Explorer Denali – Prince William Sound Explorer 6 Denali – Talkeetna Explorer Denali – Kenai Explorer Escorted Tours 7 Escorted Alaska Escorted Great Land 8 Escorted Alaska National Parks Self-Drive Tours 9 Alaska National Parks Self-Drive 10 Grand Circle Self-Drive 11 Alaska by Car Sightseeing Tours 12 Multi-Day Add-On Tours Anchorage & Fairbanks Samples of Excursions & Other Services 13 Terms and Conditions
First Class Rail Travel Journey through Alaska aboard our private, domed railcars. You’ll sit high in the domed observation lounge for excellent viewing as you enjoy expert commentary by a knowledgeable rail guide. On the lower level, the spacious dining area is large enough to accommodate you and your fellow guests for the most relaxed railcar dining experience in Alaska. And some cars feature a lounge, a gift shop and an open-air viewing platform so you can stretch your legs while you enjoy the sights and sounds of traveling by rail. With the extraordinary graciousness and personalized attention of our onboard staff, traveling with Gray Line Alaska is first class all the way.
2 Denali Rail Tours – 1 to 4 nights Take in the sights as you relax onboard our luxury railcars. 2018 Gray Line Alaska Rail Schedule Northbound Operates May 17 — September 18 Departs Arrives Anchorage to Talkeetna 9:00 AM 12:15 PM Talkeetna to Denali 12:15 PM 4:40 PM Southbound Operates May 11 — September 19 Departs Arrives Denali to Talkeetna 9:00 AM 1:40 PM Talkeetna to Anchorage 1:40 PM 5:00 PM Please arrive at the depot 30 minutes prior to departure. Rail schedule subject to change. Same-day roundtrip rail not available and same-day Anchorage to Fairbanks (or reverse) rail not available.
Both male and female caribou grow antlers up to 3 feet tall.
MOTOR COACH RAIL Denali National Park Anchorage Fairbanks Talkeetna Seward Enjoy a pleasant dining experience onboard. 2018 Alaska Railroad Schedule Departs Arrives Denali to Fairbanks* Operates May 16 — September 15 4:15 PM 8:15 PM Fairbanks to Denali* Operates May 17 — September 16 8:15 AM 12:00 PM Rail transportation between Anchorage and Denali operated by Gray Line Alaska on McKinley Explorer or Princess Rail service. Rail transportation between Fairbanks and Denali operated by Alaska Railroad. call 1.800.544.2206 Rail Transportation Only Prices — Northbound or Southbound Between Anchorage and Denali $218 From Fairbanks to Denali $162 From Denali to Fairbanks $173 Between Anchorage and Talkeetna $109 Between Talkeetna and Denali $109 Pre-purchased meals are available.
Ask a customer service representative for details. *Fairbanks to Denali includes breakfast; Denali to Fairbanks includes dinner. * *
1 Night Denali Rail Tours Tour Itinerary Price D1A Anchorage — Denali — Anchorage $599 D1B Anchorage — Denali — Fairbanks ^ ( reverse itinerary D1C ) $599 D1E Anchorage — Talkeetna — Anchorage $349 Taxes and fees are additional and range from $3.57 to $8.75. 2 Night Denali Rail Tours Tour Itinerary Price D2A Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Anchorage † $799 D2B Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Fairbanks † ^ ( reverse itinerary D2C ) $799 F1A Fairbanks — Denali — Denali — Fairbanks $ 799 D2E Anchorage — Talkeetna — Talkeetna — Anchorage $469 D2G Anchorage — Talkeetna — Denali — Anchorage ( reverse itinerary D2H ) $749 D2I Anchorage — Talkeetna — Denali — Fairbanks ^ ( reverse itinerary D2J ) $749 D2K Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Seward * † ( reverse itinerary D2L ) $799 Taxes and fees are additional and range from $7.15 to $17.50.
May 11 — September 19 Destinations in Bold indicate an overnight is included. 3 Night Denali Rail Tours Tour Itinerary Price D3A Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Talkeetna — Anchorage † ( reverse itinerary D3B ) $949 P1A Anchorage — Denali — Anchorage $999 P1C Fairbanks ^ — Denali — Anchorage $899 P1K Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Seward * † ( reverse itinerary P1L ) $999 Taxes and fees are additional and range from $21.07 to $33.58. 4 Night Denali Rail Tours Tour Itinerary Price D4A Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Talkeetna — Talkeetna — Anchorage † ( reverse itinerary D4B ) $1049 P2A Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Anchorage † $1199 P2B Anchorage — Denali — Denali — Fairbanks † ^ ( reverse itinerary P2C ) $1099 F2A Fairbanks — Denali — Denali — Fairbanks $ 1149 P2E Anchorage — Talkeetna — Talkeetna — Anchorage $849 P2H Anchorage — Denali — Talkeetna — Anchorage ( reverse itinerary P2G ) $1099 P2I Anchorage — Talkeetna — Denali — Fairbanks ^ ( reverse itinerary P2J ) $1099 Taxes and fees are additional and range from $24.65 to $42.33.
3 Our Railcars en route to Denali National Park. Denali Rail Tours – 1 to 4 nights * Transportation between Denali and Seward is via deluxe motor coach rather than luxury railcar. † Includes Music of Denali Dinner Theater.
Fares and taxes based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. ^ Includes breakfast Fairbanks to Denali and dinner Denali to Fairbanks on the train. Rail Tours include:
Extend your Denali adventure with a Denali Backcountry Lodge Add-On!* Available as an addition to any tour with an overnight in Denali. See page 12 for details. *Not available on Escorted Tours.
MOTOR COACH RAIL 4 Denali National Park Anchorage Fairbanks Denali Backcountry Explorer Tour TBP | 6 Days & 5 Nights Immerse yourself in the heart and soul of Denali National Park on this special tour which takes you deep into Alaska’s backcountry. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel for an overnight stay. 2 Anchorage — Denali Backcountry Lodge (D) Deluxe motor coach to the park entrance where you’ll transfer to the Denali Backcountry Lodge bus and embark on your 95-mile journey to the Lodge, located deep in the heart of the park.
3 Denali Backcountry Lodge (B, L, D) The full day is yours to explore Denali National Park. Join the Naturalist guides to recap adventures of the day. 4 Denali Backcountry Lodge — Denali (B) After breakfast, journey along the world-renowned Park Road back to the park entrance. 5 Denali — Anchorage Explore the park entrance area in the morning before boarding your luxury glass-domed railcar for your trip back to Anchorage. 6 Anchorage We’ll transfer you to the airport, where your tour ends with many memories from the Great Land.
Also available: On Day 5 & 6, travel to Fairbanks rather than returning to Anchorage (Tour TBN).
Tour TBN also operates in reverse (Tour TBS). Departs daily. Deposit requirements and cancellation policies differ for this tour. June 4 - September 11 $2099 Tax/Fees: $61.05 - $67.12 Roundtrip Anchorage TBP Anchorage to Fairbanks TBN Fairbanks to Anchorage TBS Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Luggage restrictions apply to Denali Backcountry Lodge bus transportation. 1 SOFT SIDED piece of luggage permitted. Other luggage can be stored at a nearby Denali hotel and retrieved on your return to the park entrance on day 4.
Denali Backcountry Lodge Denali National Park encompasses more than 6 million acres. Explorer Tours Denali Square at McKinley Chalet Resort. call 1.800.544.2206
MOTOR COACH RAIL 5 Denali National Park Anchorage Fairbanks Denali National Park Anchorage Whittier Prince William Sound Fairbanks Denali National Park Explorer Tour TMN | 6 Days & 5 Nights Join us aboard our glass-domed railcars for an unforgettable train ride through Alaska’s mountains and into Denali National Park. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel.
2 Anchorage Explore Anchorage in the morning, then travel to Portage Lake for the Portage Glacier Cruise and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in the afternoon. 3 Anchorage — Denali Embark on your luxurious rail journey to Denali National Park. Keep an eye out for Denali and wildlife sightings along the way. This evening includes dinner and a show at Music of Denali Dinner Theater. 4 Denali (S) This morning, venture into the Park on the Tundra Wilderness Tour in search of moose, caribou, bears, Dall sheep and more.
5 Denali — Fairbanks The morning is yours to continue exploring Denali, then travel by rail deeper into Alaska’s interior. 6 Fairbanks We’ll transfer you to the airport at the end of your tour. Also available: Tour TMN also operates in reverse order (Tour TMS) Departs Daily. May 16 - September 17 $1549 Tax/Fees: $58.67 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Denali — Prince William Sound Explorer Tour TPN | 6 Days & 5 Nights Experience a memorable sightseeing journey in spectacular Denali National Park and plying the waters of pristine Prince William Sound. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel.
2 Anchorage — Whittier — Anchorage (L) Travel to Whittier where you’ll embark on a 5-hour Prince William Sound cruise for an opportunity to view fjords, glaciers and sealife. 3 Anchorage — Denali Travel by luxurious railcar to Denali National Park — a great opportunity to spot the mountain and various wildlife.
4 Denali — Fairbanks (S) Watch for wildlife as you explore Denali National Park on your Tundra Wilderness Tour. In the afternoon, travel to Fairbanks via luxury railcar. 5 Fairbanks (L) Relive the gold rush with a visit to Gold Dredge 8 followed by lunch and a cruise aboard an authentic sternwheeler riverboat. 6 Fairbanks Transfer to the airport where your tour ends. Also available: Tour TPN also operates in reverse order (Tour TPS). Departs Daily. May 16 - September 15 $1899 Tax/Fees: $76.21 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. A Dall sheep in Denali National Park.
Experience the unique cultures of Alaska’s native people.
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Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel for an overnight stay. 2 Anchorage — Talkeetna (D) This morning depart for Talkeetna via glass-domed railcar. Spend the afternoon exploring and enjoy stunning views from your hotel, Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge. 3 Talkeetna — Denali(B, L, D) Enjoy time on your own this morning to explore Denali State Park before travelling by luxury rail to Denali National Park as you watch for wildlife along the way. This evening, you’ll enjoy Music of Denali Dinner Theater. 4 Denali (B) Travel the famed Park Road on your Tundra Wilderness Tour and watch for wildlife and glimpses of the mountain from within the park.
5 Denali — Fairbanks After exploring the Denali area in the morning, travel to Fairbanks by rail and enjoy spectacular scenery along the way.
6 Fairbanks Relive the gold rush at its peak with your visit to Gold Dredge 8. After lunch, cruise the Chena and Tanana Rivers aboard an authentic sternwheeler. 7 Fairbanks Your tour ends with a transfer from your hotel to the airport. Also available: Tour TTN also operates in reverse order (Tour TTS). Departs Daily. May 16 - September 16 $1999 Tax/Fees: $56.17 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. 6 Denali — Talkeetna Explorer Tour TTN | 7 Days & 6 Nights Explorer Tours Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel for an overnight stay.
2 Anchorage Explore Anchorage in the morning, then travel to Portage Lake for the Portage Glacier Cruise and the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in the afternoon. 3 Anchorage — Denali(B, L, D) Journey by rail to Denali National Park and watch for eagles, moose, and other wildlife along the way. In the evening, you’ll enjoy dinner and a show at Music of Denali Dinner Theater.
4 Denali Venture into Denali National Park on the Tundra Wilderness Tour in search of moose, caribou, bears and Dall sheep. Look for glimpses of “The Great One”, Denali along the way. 5 Denali — Seward Embark on a scenic journey via motor coach to the port town of Seward, rich in seafaring cultural identity and marine wildlife. 6 Seward — Anchorage Explore Seward in the morning, then embark on your Kenai Fjords Cruise along the rugged Kenai Peninsula. Later, travel via Alaska Railroad back to Anchorage. 7 Anchorage We’ll transfer you to the airport at the end of your tour. Departs Daily. Reverse itinerary not available.
May 16 - September 13 $2099 Tax/Fees: $78.41 - $79.80 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Denali — Kenai Explorer Tour TKN | 7 Days & 6 Nights MOTOR COACH RAIL Dayboat Denali National Park Seward Anchorage Kenai Fjords National Park RAIL Fairbanks Denali National Park Talkeetna Anchorage Breathtaking views of the“Great One”from Mt. McKinley Princess Lodge. Experience glaciers and Alaska’s sealife on the Kenai Fjords Cruise. Portage Glacier call 1.800.544.2206
Day Destination 1 Anchorage Upon your arrival in Alaska’s largest city, we’ll transfer you to your hotel. Later, meet your Tour Director and travel companions at a welcome reception. 2 Anchorage — Seward (D) After breakfast, join your group aboard a deluxe motor coach and travel to the port city of Seward. Embark on a 6-hour Kenai Fjords cruise keeping an eye out for whales, sea lions and more. 3 Seward — Talkeetna(B, L, D) Enjoy breakfast and then reboard your deluxe motor coach for the scenic trip north to Talkeetna. Stop along the way for lunch. At Happy Trails Kennels meet Martin Buser, an Iditarod champion and his champion sled dogs.
Then, continue on to Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge. 4 Talkeetna — Denali (B) Relax after breakfast before you journey to Denali aboard your deluxe railcar. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure or visit the Guest Service Desk where helpful staff will assist you in booking optional excursions. 5 Denali — Fairbanks This morning, grab breakfast before you venture into the park to watch for Alaska wildlife on the Tundra Wilderness Tour. In the afternoon, travel north on the Alaska Railroad to Fairbanks.
6 Fairbanks Have breakfast before you head out to relive the gold rush with a visit to Gold Dredge 8. Enjoy lunch then a cruise on the Chena River aboard an authentic sternwheeler. Your tour concludes with a farewell dinner. 7 Fairbanks We’ll take you to the airport and leave you with fond Alaska memories. June 12; July 5; August 9; September 2: $2399 Tax/Fees: $61.08 - $62.47 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel. This evening, attend a casual‘get to know you’reception with your Tour Director and fellow travel companions.
2 Anchorage — Talkeetna (D) This morning, enjoy breakfast and travel north along the Alaska Railroad route to Talkeetna, keeping an eye out for the elusive Denali while you go. 3 Talkeetna — Denali(B, L, D) Join your group for a delightful breakfast before reboarding luxury rail en route to Denali National Park.
4 Denali (B) Fill up on breakfast, then venture into Denali National Park on your Tundra Wilderness Tour for your best chance of viewing wildlife in Alaska. 5 Denali — Girdwood Board a deluxe motor coach for a scenic trip to Girdwood, where you will have time to explore picturesque Alyeska Resort in the evening. 6 Girdwood — Seward After breakfast, reboard your motor coach to Seward for your Kenai Fjords Cruise. Enjoy lunch on board while watching for whales, seals, puffins and more. 7 Seward — Anchorage Travel back to Anchorage after breakfast. Visit the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and the Alaska Native Heritage Center before ending your tour with a farewell dinner.
8 Anchorage Your tour ends with a transfer from your hotel to the airport. May 12; June 6; July 4; August 12; September 11: $2599 Tax/Fees: $80.06 - $84.09 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Escorted Alaska Tour EAN | 8 Days & 7 Nights MOTOR COACH RAIL The Kenai Peninsula is known as Alaska’s playground. Escorted Great Land Tour EFS | 7 Days & 6 Nights Denali National Park Talkeetna Anchorage Seward Girdwood Kenai Fjords National Park MOTOR COACH RAIL Fairbanks Denali National Park Talkeetna Anchorage Kenai Fjords National Park Seward Explore the Great Land with an expert Guide.
Escorted Tours 7 Our Escorted Tours feature the presence of an experienced tour director to guide you along your journey, plus many meals and activities are included.
8 Fairbanks Denali National Park Anchorage Escorted Alaska National Parks Tour ENP | 9 Days & 8 Nights Experience Alaska’s best wilderness and cultural attractions with extra time to enjoy the wonders of Denali National Park, escorted all the way. Kenai Fjords National Park. Watch for the Denali big 5: moose, bears, Dall sheep, caribou and wolves. Day Destination 1 Anchorage From the airport, we’ll transfer you to your hotel. The day is yours to explore. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travel companions at a casual get together.
2 Anchorage — Kenai Fjords National Park — Anchorage Depart Anchorage via motor coach for your Kenai Fjords National Park cruise. Keep on the lookout for whales, otters, and all the beautiful scenery of this stunning area. 3 Anchorage — Copper Center (Copper River Valley) Reboard your motor coach for a picturesque drive along the Glenn Highway to Copper Center. Upon arrival, enjoy views of America’s largest national park, Wrangell-St. Elias, from Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge. 4 Copper Center (Copper RiverValley) The day is yours to explore America’s largest national park with 7 of North America’s 10 highest peaks.
5 Copper Center (Copper River Valley) — Fairbanks After breakfast, reboard your motor coach and continue your scenic journey on the Richardson Highway to the Golden Heart City of Fairbanks. 6 Fairbanks After breakfast this morning visit Gold Dredge 8 and relive the gold rush. Enjoy lunch then cruise on the Chena River aboard an authentic sternwheeler. 7 Fairbanks — Denali Board your glass domed railcar this morning and enjoy breakfast on the way to Denali. This afternoon head into the park on your Tundra Wilderness Tour. Keep an eye out for the Big 5: moose, bear, Dall sheep, caribou and wolves.
8 Denali — Anchorage Board a luxury railcar and head south to Anchorage on the Alaska Railroad route. We’ll transfer you to your hotel upon arrival in Anchorage where we will host your group farewell dinner. 9 Anchorage We’ll transfer you to the airport at the conclusion of your tour. May 14; June 7; July 19; August 29: $2999 Tax/Fees: $80.54 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Escorted Tours Our Escorted Tours feature the presence of an experienced tour director to guide you along your journey, plus many meals and activities are included.
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9 SELF-DRIVE Denali National Park Talkeetna Anchorage Seward Alaska National Parks Self-Drive Tours CCA, CFA and CSA | 9 Days & 8 Nights Explore Alaska and visit two of the state’s most popular national parks — Kenai Fjords and Denali — all at your own pace. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the Anchorage airport to your hotel upon your arrival where you will receive your copy of The Milepost. 2 Anchorage — Cooper Landing (Kenai Peninsula) 100 miles Pick up your rental car from Avis in downtown Anchorage. Drive to Cooper Landing and on the way stop for your cruise on Portage Lake where you’ll get up close to Portage Glacier.
End the day at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge; located on the banks of the Kenai River.
3 Cooper Landing (Kenai Peninsula) The day is yours to explore the Cooper Landing area and other communities of the Kenai Peninsula in your rental car. 4 Cooper Landing (Kenai Peninsula) — Seward 47 miles Drive to Seward and at 11:30 am, embark on your Kenai Fjords Cruise, a scenic glacier & wildlife cruise along the coast of the rugged Kenai Peninsula. Overnight at Seward Windsong Lodge. 5 Seward — Talkeetna 240 miles Drive north to Talkeetna and explore the town that serves as base camp for Denali climbers. Overnight at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, 50 miles north of Talkeetna in Denali State Park.
6 Talkeetna — Denali 105 miles Today, explore Denali’s south side or depart early for the drive to Denali National Park. Overnight near the park entrance. 7 Denali This morning embark on a Tundra Wilderness Tour for opportunities to see bears, caribou, moose, wolves and Dall sheep. The bus will pick you up at your hotel and travel into the park on the famous Denali National Park Road. 8 Denali — Anchorage 238 miles Drive from Denali to Anchorage and return your rental car in downtown Anchorage. Enjoy one last overnight in Anchorage before the conclusion of your tour.
9 Anchorage We’ll transfer you to the airport at the end of your tour.
Departs Daily. Reverse itinerary not available. Compact Car (Ford Focus or similar) - Tour CCA Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $1749 Tax/Fees: $88.78 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $1899 Tax/Fees: $111.32 Full-Size Car (Chevrolet Impala or similar) - Tour CFA Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $1849 Tax/Fees: $92.38 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $1999 Tax/Fees: $115.28 Small SUV (Toyota Rav4 or similar) - Tour CSA Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $2099 Tax/Fees: $104.98 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $2249 Tax/Fees: $139.04 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars. Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge located on the Kenai River.
Turnagain Arm, a National Forest Scenic Byway. Flightseeing with Glacier Landing. Cooper Landing Self-Drive Tours graylinealaska.com
10 Fairbanks Denali National Park Anchorage Copper Center Cruise the Chena and Tanana Rivers in Fairbanks. A young bald eagle. SELF-DRIVE RAIL Valdez Self-Drive Tours Grand Circle Self-Drive Tours CCB, CFB and CSB | 9 Days & 8 Nights Mountains abound on this tour with visits to America’s largest national park, Wrangell-St. Elias, and the famed Denali National Park. Day Destination 1 Anchorage We’ll transfer you from the Anchorage airport to your hotel and will provide you with your copy of The Milepost upon your arrival.
2 Anchorage — Copper Center (Copper River Valley) 211 miles Pick up your rental car from Avis in downtown Anchorage.
Drive to Copper Center, the gateway to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, and pay a visit to the National Park Visitors Center. 3 Copper Center (Copper RiverValley) —Valdez — Copper Center 195 miles roundtrip Drive two hours to Valdez, where your Columbia Glacier Cruise will depart at noon for a 7 hour journey through Prince William Sound, providing opportunities for viewing the glacier and an abundance of sealife. 4 Copper Center (Copper River Valley) — Fairbanks 277 miles Continue north along the Richardson Highway for your drive to Fairbanks, Alaska’s Golden Heart City.
5 Fairbanks Relive the gold rush at its height with your visit to Gold Dredge 8. After lunch, cruise the Chena and Tanana Rivers aboard an authentic sternwheeler. In the afternoon, drop the car off at the Avis airport office and we will transfer you to your Fairbanks hotel. 6 Fairbanks — Denali This morning, we will transfer you to the Rail Depot for your journey to Denali. You’ll enjoy breakfast on the train and in the evening you’ll have time on your own to explore the Denali area and Visitors Center.
7 Denali Venture into Denali National Park on your Tundra Wilderness Tour in search of moose, caribou, bears, wolves and Dall sheep.
Look for glimpses of “The Great One”, Denali, along the way. 8 Denali — Anchorage Travel by luxurious railcar to Anchorage — continue to look for wildlife and enjoy views of the peaks of the Alaska Range as you travel. 9 Anchorage We’ll transfer you to the airport at the end of your tour. Departs Daily. Reverse itinerary not available. Compact Car (Ford Focus or similar) - Tour CCB Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $2199 Tax/Fees: $93.81 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $2399 Tax/Fees: $108.21 Full-Size Car (Chevrolet Impala or similar) - Tour CFB Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $2299 Tax/Fees: $96.69 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $2499 Tax/Fees: $111.09 Small SUV (Toyota Rav4 or similar) - Tour CSB Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 12 $2549 Tax/Fees: $106.77 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $2749 Tax/Fees: $128.37 Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S.
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Approximately 1,800 Moose live on the Alaska Range’s North Side. 11 Denali National Park Talkeetna Anchorage Seward Cooper Landing Fairbanks Self-Drive Tours Alaska by Car Tours CCC, CFC and CSC | 8 Days & 7 Nights Experience Alaska’s two largest cities and visit two of Alaska’s most popular national parks, Kenai Fjords and Denali. Day Destination 1 Anchorage Arrive in Anchorage and we’ll transfer you from the airport to your hotel and provide you with your copy of The Milepost. 2 Anchorage — Cooper Landing (Kenai Peninsula) 100 miles Pick up your rental car from Avis in downtown Anchorage and drive to your morning Portage Glacier Cruise.
This afternoon, continue south to the town of Cooper Landing, located on the banks of the Kenai River. 3 Cooper Landing (Kenai Peninsula) — Seward 47 miles This morning, drive to the seaside town of Seward, then embark on your Kenai Fjords Cruise along the rugged Kenai Peninsula. 4 Seward — Talkeetna 240 miles Drive north to Talkeetna and explore the town that serves as a base camp for Denali climbers. Overnight at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, 50 miles north of Talkeetna in Denali State Park.
5 Talkeetna — Denali 105 miles Today, explore Denali’s south side or depart early for the drive to Denali National Park. Overnight near the park entrance. 6 Denali Today, embark on a Tundra Wilderness Tour for opportunities to see bears, caribou, moose, wolves and Dall sheep. The bus will pick you up at your hotel and travel into the park on the famous Denali National Park Road. 7 Denali — Fairbanks 123 miles This morning, drive north to Fairbanks, Alaska’s Golden Heart City. Make your way to the Riverboat Landing for your lunch and cruise on the Chena and Tanana Rivers aboard an authentic sternwheeler.
8 Fairbanks Drop your car at the airport Avis office at the conclusion of your tour. Departs Daily. Compact Car (Ford Focus or similar) - Tour CCC Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 13 $1649 Tax/Fees: $97.85 - $103.34 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $1899 Tax/Fees: $120.39 - $133.74 Full-Size Car (Chevrolet Impala or similar) - Tour CFC Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 13 $1749 Tax/Fees: $101.45 - $108.40 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $1999 Tax/Fees: $124.35 - $139.23 Small SUV (Toyota Rav4 or similar) - Tour CSC Value: May 16 - 31 and September 1 - 13 $1999 Tax/Fees: $114.05 - $126.13 Peak: June 1 - August 31 $2249 Tax/Fees: $148.11 - $172.14 These tours also operate in reverse order, from Fairbanks to Anchorage: Compact Car, Tour CCR Full-Size Car, Tour CFR Small SUV, Tour CSR Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S.
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Discover The Gold And Sternwheeler Cruise Tour Approximately 8 hours. Combine both of Fairbanks’ star attractions into a full day’s sightseeing. See the city sights of Fairbanks, visit Gold Dredge 8 and cruise on an authentic sternwheeler riverboat on the Chena and Tanana Rivers with lunch included. Reverse itinerary available. Fairbanks Sightseeing and Day Tours Anchorage Sightseeing and Day Tours For a complete list of Anchorage and Fairbanks excursions, visit Multi-Day Add-On Tours Kenai Fjords Adventure | 3 Days & 2 Nights Day 1: Anchorage – Seward This afternoon embark on a journey via motor coach along the Seward Highway, an All-American Highway and Alaska Scenic Byway.
It has been voted one of the top ten ‘Most Scenic Drives in America’by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Tonight, enjoy your stay in Seward, a coastal town of only 3,000 residents. Overnight Seward.
Day 2: Seward – Kenai Fjords National Park – Anchorage Enjoy a morning at leisure, followed by a 6-hour wildlife and glacier cruise along the rugged Kenai Peninsula. Porpoises, sea otters, whales and dozens of seabird species make their home in Kenai Fjords National Park. Enjoy lunch onboard while you view spectacular sights. Return to Seward and board the Alaska Railroad for a relaxing journey back to Anchorage. Overnight Anchorage. Day 3: Anchorage We provide a transfer to the airport. Sightseeing Tours 12 graylinealaska.com Why book with Gray Line Alaska We offer a wide range of products from multi-day package tours to our own 1-hour glacier cruise on Portage Lake.
We provide the most professional and knowledgeable staff so you can feel comfortable booking your vacation with a reputable and long-standing company. We are the only tour operator in Alaska with seasonal customer service desks in Anchorage, Denali National Park, and Fairbanks. Denali Backcountry Lodge Add-on | 3 Days & 2 Nights Day 1: Denali – Denali Backcountry Lodge Depart your Denali area hotel and venture into famed Denali National Park for a 2-night stay at the Denali Backcountry Lodge. Day 2: Denali Backcountry Lodge The day is yours to explore this interesting area. You can pan for gold, take a bike along the road for views of Denali, or take a hike with a naturalist.
Day 3: Denali Backcountry Lodge – Denali Depart Denali Backcountry Lodge and return to Denali. June 4 - September 12 $1249 Tax/Fees: $32.93 This add-on can only be booked in conjunction with a Denali Rail Tour or an Explorer Tour. Fares based on double occupancy, per person, U.S. dollars.
Explore Anchorage City Tour & Dining Take a historical journey of Anchorage on this half-day excursion. Enjoy a narrated drive that traces the city’s rise from a railroad tent city, to the earthquake of 1964, to the city of today. Continue with a visit to the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center where you will experience the vision and beauty of Alaska through original Alaskan art. The museum also has one of the finest presentations of Alaskan Native art and artifacts. Lunch will be served at THE MUSE restaurant. Afterwards, you’ll have time to stop at Alaska Wildberry Products to shop for a variety of‘’Made in Alaska’’gifts and souvenirs.
Portage Glacier Cruise Approximately 1 hour. If you have your own transportation, Portage Glacier is truly worth the drive. The cruise takes you within 300 yards from the face of the glacier where you can watch for chunks of ice to break away and crash into the water below!
Portage Glacier Cruise & Tour Approximately 5.5 hours. Want us to drive? We’ll travel the scenic Seward Highway, cruise to Portage Glacier then stop at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center before returning to Anchorage. Prince William Sound Excursion Travel to Whittier through North America’s longest highway tunnel. Embark on a 5-hour cruise into Prince William Sound to view tidewater glaciers and marine wildlife. Return to Anchorage by motor coach. Kenai Fjords Excursion Full day tour. Travel by motor coach to the port city of Seward located on stunning Resurrection Bay. Embark on a 6-hour Kenai Fjords National Park cruise along steep-sided fjords and shimmering tidewater glaciers.
Watch for humpback whales, orcas, seabirds, sea lions and otters. Return to Anchorage via a scenic trip on the Alaska Railroad.
Samples of Excursions in Each Location Denali National Park Natural History Tour | Tundra Wilderness Tour | Music of Denali Dinner Theater Husky Homestead | Various flightseeing tours by helicopter or airplane Fairbanks Journey above the Arctic Circle flightseeing | Chena Hot Springs & Ice Museum Tour | Alaska Salmon Bake & Palace Theater Revue South Denali (Talkeetna) Wilderness Jet Boat Adventure | Denali Wilderness Hike Chulitna River Rafting | Various flightseeing tours Kenai Peninsula (Cooper Landing) Kenai Nature Hike | Kenai Canyon River Rafting | Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise | Kenai Upper River Fishing (Half Day) Copper River Valley (Copper Center) Salmon Fishing Jet Boat | Scenic ATV Nature Ride | Kennicott Explorer Scenic Wilderness Rafting For more excursions, details and current information, visit us at graylinealaska.com.
Other Services Provided by Gray Line Alaska Custom Land Tours for Groups – we specialize in building complete land tours for groups of 15 or more. Tours can include: transportation, hotels, meals, tour guides, and sightseeing.
13 Reservations: Travel agencies provide valuable service and counseling to prospective travelers. We encourage you to make your Gray Line of Alaska reservations with a travel professional. Travel agencies work on your behalf and are not owned or controlled by Gray Line of Alaska. Your deposits and payments for Gray Line of Alaska services, which may include lodging, railcar, and motor coach, are to be paid to your travel agency with whom you make your reservation. Since space available on tours is limited, reservations should be made as early as possible. Refunds for cancelled or unused services will normally be made to the same travel agency on the basis of the amount actually received by Gray Line of Alaska less any applicable cancellation fees and charges (this may be separate and apart from fees your travel agent may assess for changes or cancellations).
You are responsible for obtaining from your travel agency monies either retained by the agency or received by the agency from Gray Line of Alaska. For further information, please visit our website at www.graylinealaska.com.
Deposit & Final Payment: A deposit of US $250 per person, or 100% of the gross tour price if the gross tour price is less than US $250 per person, is due within 5 days of booking in order to hold your reservation. Final payment is due no later than 45 days prior to departure. Payment by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card or agency check is accepted. For faster processing, the travel agent should include a booking number on the agency check. Cancellation Policy: A full refund will be made for written cancellations received by Gray Line of Alaska at least 46 days prior to the date on which you are to commence travel (by air, rail, sea or otherwise).
A written cancellation refund request will need to be sent to: Gray Line of Alaska, 450 Third Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119. Guests, who cancel after that date for any reason, including medical or family reasons, are subject to the following cancellation fees: 45-31 days before commencing travel - 50% of gross fare; 30 days or less before commencing travel - 100% of gross fare. Fees incurred as a result of cancellation cannot be applied to future bookings. Travel agents may impose their own cancellation fees. Agency fees of any nature are a matter to be decided on solely by the agency and guests.
Given that the resale of cancelled space on a tour will likely result in a lost opportunity to sell space on other tours, these fees are due regardless of resale. Travel documents are non-transferable. Name changes and departure date changes on any portion of your booking are considered reservation cancellations and are subject to cancellation fees.
Late Reservations: For reservations requested 45 days or less before departure, we must have a guest’s credit card information so that payment can be effected once the space is confirmed. If the reservation is cancelled after acceptance of confirmation, our cancellation policy and applicable fees apply. Medical Services: Medical services may be limited given the remote areas in which some tours operate. If your condition requires that you have a special medical apparatus or assistance during your tour, we must be made aware of that at time of booking in order to determine whether we can accommodate your needs.
If you are using prescription drugs, please bring an adequate supply with you and keep them in your carry-on luggage.
Immigration & Customs: All travelers, including U.S. and Canadian citizens, may be required to present a valid passport or other approved secure document when entering the U.S. We strongly recommend carrying a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the completion date of your travel. You are responsible for securing proper documentation for the countries visited on your tour and for entry or reentry to the U.S. Travel may be denied or fines may be levied against those guests without proper documentation; payment of any fines levied is the responsibility of the guest. Guests who have been convicted of a felony will not be permitted entry to Canada.
U.S. citizens may check with the U.S. Department of State for passport requirements of each county in their itineraries. We strongly recommend that U.S. residents register their valuables with U.S. Customs before departure.
Non-U.S. citizens must be in possession of a valid passport and any necessary visas. In addition, nonU.S. citizens who have previously been admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence must carry their passports and Permanent Resident Cards (Form I-551), commonly known as a Green Card. Non-U.S. citizens should check with the Embassy or Consulate of each country in the itinerary for passport and visa requirements. Guests with Disabilities: Gray Line of Alaska does not discriminate against persons on the basis of disability. We seek, to the extent feasible, to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities.
Service animals are permitted if prior arrangements have been made. Certain facilities may not be fully accessible to persons with disabilities. While Gray Line of Alaska endeavors to contract with companies which provide accessible services and facilities, we cannot guarantee that all of those services and facilities will be fully accessible. In limited situations where an individual with a disability would be unable to satisfy certain specified safety and other criteria, even when provided with appropriate auxiliary aids and services, we may find it necessary to ask the individual to make alternative travel arrangements.
We must be notified of any special medical, physical or other requirements of guests at the time of booking. Please contact our Access Office via email at email@example.com or via fax at 661-284-4408.
Changes in Tour Content: Gray Line of Alaska reserves the right to alter the tours listed in this brochure and, if necessary, substitute a tour component of comparable value (including hotels or luxury rail service of a similar category). Pets: Animals or pets are not allowed with the exception of qualified service animals for guests with disabilities. Please notify your travel agent at time of booking if you intend to bring a service animal. Refund Policy: Gray Line of Alaska reserves the right to cancel all or part of the tour in its reasonable discretion including in response to insufficient sales.
If Gray Line of Alaska cancels the entire tour, you will receive a full refund of amounts paid to Gray Line of Alaska. If Gray Line of Alaska cancels a portion of the tour due to weather or other reasons beyond the control of Gray Line of Alaska or if you decide, for any reason whatsoever, to not participate in all or part of the tour, Gray Line of Alaska will not be required to make any refunds. For other partial cancellations by Gray Line of Alaska, you will receive a refund for the value of the cancelled portion, with value to be determined by Gray Line of Alaska in a fair and equitable manner.
If, due to weather or other unforeseen reasons, flights are adversely impacted or you are required to spend an additional night in a location, hotel and meal costs and other incidental expenses are your responsibility. All refunds will be made through the travel agent used for your booking on the basis of the amount actually received by Gray Line of Alaska less any applicable cancellation fees and charges. You are responsible for obtaining from your travel agency monies either retained by the agency or received by the agency from Gray Line of Alaska.
Luggage Policy: Gray Line of Alaska will carry as baggage only your personal effects for your wearing, comfort or convenience during your tour with Gray Line of Alaska. Your baggage needs to be placed in securely constructed and locked suitcases. You are limited to one overnight or carryon bag which must remain in your custody at all times, and two pieces of stored baggage which must be able to fit in the baggage compartment of Gray Line of Alaska motor coaches. Gray Line of Alaska does not assume any responsibility for loss of or damage to or delay of perishable items, medicine, liquor, cash, credit or debit cards, jewelry, gold, silver or similar valuables, securities, financial instruments, records or other valuable or business documents, computers, cellular telephones, cameras, hearing aids, electric wheelchairs, scooters, or other video or electronic equipment, works of art, binoculars, recreational equipment, dental hardware, cosmetics, electric hair appliances, liquids, luggage locks, eyewear (including eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses), medical equipment, cigarettes, electronic nicotine delivery systems, other tobacco products, film, videotape, computer disks, audio disks, tapes or CD’s or any carry-on baggage left unattended on motor coaches or on other modes of transportation or in hotels.
During your travel, these items or other valuables should not be left unattended, nor placed in baggage other than the bag you carry with you. In addition, Gray Line of Alaska will not assume any liability for any loss of or damage to carry-on baggage left unattended on the motor coach or on other modes of transportation or in hotels. Certain hotels may provide safe-deposit boxes or room safes. Your use of such safe-deposit boxes or similar facilities will not increase Gray Line of Alaska’s liability as described below. Gray Line of Alaska cannot be responsible for any loss, delay or damage that occurs before baggage comes into Gray Line of Alaska’s actual custody when you begin your travel with us or after baggage leaves our actual custody at the end of your travel with us.
In particular, please note that we assume no responsibility for loss, damage or delay while baggage is in the custody of airlines. You agree that Gray Line of Alaska’s liability for loss or damage to baggage or personal property is limited to U.S. $250 per guest. In no event shall Gray Line of Alaska be liable for normal wear or tear of your property or baggage. Gray Line of Alaska does not undertake to carry as baggage any tools of trade, household goods, fragile or valuable items, precious metals, jewelry, documents, negotiable instruments or other valuables, including, but not limited to, those specified in Section 30503 of Title 46 of the United States Code.
You warrant that no such items will be presented to Gray Line of Alaska within any receptacle or container as baggage, and release Gray Line of Alaska from all liability whatsoever for loss of or damage to such items when presented to Gray Line of Alaska in breach of this warranty. Such items must be shipped to your destination by other means. Guests are strongly urged to keep valuables, irreplaceable items and medicines in their possession at all times and not to pack such items in baggage or suitcases handled by others.
Responsibility: Royal Hyway Tours, Inc., which does business as Gray Line of Alaska, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Holland America Line, Inc. The responsibilities and liabilities of Gray Line of Alaska as to the tours are outlined in the travel documents you will receive. Please read them carefully as soon as you receive them. A copy of the carriage contract will be provided upon request. Please note that the contract includes a clause specifying certain courts in the State of Washington as the exclusive forum for resolving disputes. It is important to note that services or portions of the tours provided by any person or company other than Gray Line of Alaska (such as airlines, taxis, shore excursions, hotels, boats or other vessels other than those operated by Gray Line of Alaska, meals and medical care providers) are performed by independent contractors, are solely at your risk and are subject to the terms or arrangements made by you or on your behalf with the independent contractor.
Gray Line of Alaska assumes no responsibility with respect to the goods or services of these independent contractors (including for delay, injury, death or damage to property) even though it may collect monies or make arrangements on your behalf. Accuracy of Contents: The contents of this brochure are accurate as of the date of printing and are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Gray Line of Alaska. Please refer to our website, www.graylinealaska.com for up-to-date information.
Increases in Fares or Taxes: If cost factors dictate the need for fare increases, Gray Line of Alaska may do so at anytime prior to departure. Guests can cancel (without paying cancellation fee) rather than accept fare increases. This right does not apply to increases inTaxes as described below.The term“Taxes”as used by Gray Line of Alaska refers to certain taxes, fees and charges imposed by governmental or quasigovernmental authorities, relating to any aspect of your tour. If governmental action results in any element of Taxes exceeding the estimates used by Gray Line of Alaska for purposes of computing the quoted amount, we reserve the right to pass through any extra charges.
No right of cancellation exists under these circumstances.
Tour Information: Gray Line of Alaska offers a unique opportunity for independent-minded travelers who want flexibility in their itinerary. Our tours are composed of components that can be added together to provide a truly customized package. Consequently, you will not be traveling with the same group of people, or on the same motor coach, throughout your tour. Gray Line of Alaska has a large staff of experienced representatives in Alaska. Distinguished by their blue shirts or jackets, they can assist you along the way. Your motor coach driver will also serve as your guide, offering detailed information on the sights you’ll see each day.
As a courtesy to others onboard, no smoking is allowed on the motor coach. Frequent rest stops are scheduled for picture taking, food breaks, and stretching. On the luxury rail cars, smoking is only allowed in the vestibule between cars. Due to the remote location and limited menus of many of the meal stops, we recommend guests with special dietary requirements make arrangements to bring along some food to meet their special needs. Most hotels can prepare a box lunch for you if requested the day before departing.Tour Prices Include the Following:
- Transportation and transfers, as indicated in itinerary.
- Hotel accommodations (prices based on double occupancy).
- Sightseeing, as indicated in itinerary.
- Baggage handling at hotels. Tour Prices Do Not Include: Taxes, fees and charges imposed by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities, relating to any aspect of your tour; gratuities for driver/guides, hotel personnel, or other persons rendering a purely personal service; air transportation, unless included in the itinerary; meals, with the exception of the following provided meals: Lunch at Riverboat Discovery, a light snack on the Tundra Wilderness Tour, lunch on the Kenai Fjords mid-day cruise and where specifically indicated in the itinerary. Booking Optional Tours: Gray Line of Alaska is pleased to offer you the ability to purchase optional tours for your land package by calling 800-544-2206. You will find a full list of optional tours at www.graylinealaska.com. A credit card must be provided for each guest that wishes to participate on an optional tour and we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Cancellations are required three days prior to the start of your land package and all bookings need to be made five (5) days prior to travel. Optional tours cancelled within three (3) days prior to travel are subject to a 100% cancellation fee of the optional tours. Note that optional tour availability is based on date, capacity limitations, and suitable weather conditions. Optional tours are subject to change at any time and available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Guests are encouraged to book early as space is limited and flightseeing tours in particular may not be available for purchase right up to tour departure date. Your credit card will be charged at the time of booking. You will receive information on confirmed optional tours in your Welcome Agenda upon arrival at each location. Make your land package with Gray Line of Alaska an even more memorable one and purchase your optional tours today.
Refunds of Optional Tours: In the event of any optional tour being cancelled for reasons beyond our control, a full refund will be made. Optional tours that are cancelled due to weather will be refunded by our Seattle Corporate Office at 450 Third Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119 using the same credit card used to book your optional tour. These refunds will typically be reflected on your credit card statement between 7-10 business days. Optional tours booked while on your land tour are considered final at the time of purchase and are 100% non-refundable, except in the case of a vendor approved weather or mechanical tour cancellation.
Should any optional tour have to be abandoned through force majeure or difficulties en route, a reasonable refund will be arranged according to the circumstances.
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