We’ve added a walking Ghost Tour on Wed. night and a guided bus tour of Anchorage with a tour of award-winning studios for Channel 11 Thurs. morning. Find out more and register.
Your 2015 conference host, Alaska Professional Communicators, is planning pre-and post-conference tours that will take you to parts of the “Last Frontier” state that have not been included on previous NFPW trips to Alaska. Most everything in Alaska is big – the landscape, the coastline, the mountains, the glaciers, the animals, the distance between Alaska’s population centers, the tourism industry, and the price of everything from lodging to food.https://rusbank.net/offers/microloans/
However, some things are small compared to the Lower 48 states – the population, the road system, the size of cities, towns and villages, and discounts for enthusiastic visitors.
Fair warning: Be prepared to pay more than usual for NFPW tours. We will break the pre-tour fee into two payments to make it easier for you to participate.
Be prepared to be awed by whirlwind tours where you see Alaska’s beauty; learn about the 49th state’s bountiful nature, rich culture, diverse history; and meet genuinely friendly people who tell you what it’s like to live and work in a northern climate.
The following cruise is offered as an option for participants to get together. It is not sponsored by APC or NFPW:
Seven-Day Pre-Conference Celebrity Cruise from Vancouver, BC, to Seward, Aug. 28 – Sept. 4, 2015 (Someone is looking for a roommate for this cruise. Let us know if you are interested in hooking up.)
The following pre- and post-conference tours are sponsored by Alaska Professional Communicators:
- Four-Day Pre-Conference Tour to Denali Park and Fairbanks Sept. 6 – 9, 2015 $789/person (double occupancy) (Registration for this event is closed.)
- Anchorage Walking Ghost Tour 7:30 PM, Sept. 9, 2015 $20
- Anchorage City Bus and Channel 11 Tour 8:30 – noon, Sept. 10, 2015 $69
- One-Day Post-Conference Train and Whittier Glacier Tour Sept. 13, 2015 $295