Yes, they do exist! Your family can enjoy that bucket list trip to Alaska for one, easy price that covers overnight accommodations, meals and in most cases, organized excursions! Consider one of these all inclusive Alaska resorts for families.
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge is the ultimate all inclusive Alaska resort. The lodge is intimate -- it only houses about a dozen guests at a time -- with cozy cabins that look out on to the ocean or mountains. All inclusive rates cover gourmet meals and naturalist-led expeditions. A typical day might include a boat ride to Halibut Cove"s Glacier Split, where your family will depart for a hike. All inclusive rates are available for two-, three- or five-night stays.
Searching for an all inclusive trip to Alaska? Consider a stay at the remote Afognak Wilderness Lodge, which accommodates just 12 people at a time. The all inclusive rates cover family-style meals for breakfast and dinner, as well as packed lunches to enjoy on your outdoor adventures. Activities include fishing, boating and hiking. Bring your camera!
At Kodiak Raspberry Island Remote Lodge, families can choose from the following all inclusive packages: Kodiak Salmon Fishing, Kodiak Halibut Fishing, Kodiak Bear Viewing, Sea Kayaking, Hiking/Backpacking and Photography of Alaska"s Wilderness. Rates include three gourmet meals daily, as well as local beers and wines; Wi-Fi is also included in rates. The closest town is about 30 minutes away.
A true fishing lodge, Alaska"s Kodiak Island Resort offers fishing boats with heated cabins and bathrooms! When you and the kids aren"t fishing for salmon and halibut, relax in your deluxe room with a view of the water or mountains. Be on the lookout for wildlife - including Kodiak bears! The all inclusive Alaska resort offers three meals daily, and usually hosts six to eight people at a time. Your family could have the whole place to yourselves!
This all inclusive Alaska resort features private cabins overlooking the Kenai River, as well as outdoor activities that include fishing, hiking and boating. The Great Alaska Adventure Lodge also offers themed adventures, including three designed just for families. Meals and guided excursions are included in rates, and children age 15 and under stay for 50-percent off regular rates.