WhaleCoast Alaska

WhaleCoast Alaska is a Unitarian Universalist eco-cultural and spiritual program for people who are looking for a more authentic Alaskan experience. WhaleCoast Alaska is operated in cooperation with four UU Alaska fellowships – Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, and Sitka – that provide the hosts for the programs, home stays for the travelers, and dinner parties for all participants.

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Significant funds raised through WhaleCoast Alaska have helped finance the construction of the farthest north UU church in the world in Fairbanks. In 2014, the participating Alaska congregations raised over $32,000 through WhaleCoast Alaska. Over the past 22 years, a total of over $394,000 has been raised to contribute to the work of these congregations. Over a thousand guests have visited Alaska with our program.

We travel throughout Alaska to see wildlife in their natural habitats – humpback and killer whales, sea lions, seals and sea otters; bears, wolves, moose, caribou, Dall sheep, eagles, murres, puffins and other birds in some of North America's most beautiful scenery. Our 2015 All-Alaska Tour is scheduled for July 17-29.

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Early Bird Discount

You will be impressed with the uniqueness and quality of our WhaleCoast Alaska tour. If you are looking for a more personal and authentic Alaskan experience, this is the right tour for you! For more information, email the WhaleCoast Alaska tour directors at dfrey@whalecoastak.org, or call 907-322-4966. You can also view our 2013 Slideshow.