Sustainable Travel To Alaska’s Northern Lights

How To Travel Responsibly To Your Northern Lights Adventure

We offset the emissions from your round-trip flight to Alaska through Carbon Fund and you will receive a certificate in your time upon arrival. Want to learn more about Carbon Offsetting? Read our short post about carbon offsetting.


  • We provide a reusable water bottle for every traveler who joins us in Alaska. We visit an artesian water spring where we fill up a jug that can be used to refill bottles throughout the trip. The water is fantastic, it cuts back on plastic, and the bottle is yours to keep at the end of the tour!

  • A portion of the proceeds from this trip are donated to the Northern Alaska Environmental Center, a local nonprofit that has been conserving and protecting habitats in Interior and Arctic Alaska for wildlife, culture, environmental health, and future generations since 1971.

  • We have instituted the use of recycling bins at our lodges and we personally bring these to the recycling center at the end of each tour.

  • We visit a sustainable local homestead to learn about their commitment to being more connected nature.

  • We use locally-owned boutique accommodations, hire local guides, and whenever possible, eat at delicious restaurants that incorporate farm-to-table practices.

Learning about sustainablity in Alaska
Learning about sustainablity in Alaska
Geothemal Power Plant in Alaska
Geothemal Power Plant in Alaska
Dog Sledding in Alaska
Dog Sledding in Alaska
Greenhouse in Alaska
Greenhouse in Alaska
Alaska’s Wildlife
Alaska’s Wildlife
Pipeline in Alaska
Pipeline in Alaska
Alaska’s Northern Lights
Alaska’s Northern Lights

 

See The Northern Lights!

When you see the Northern Lights with Gondwana Ecotours you enjoy five cozy nights in Fairbanks, relax in the Chena Hot Springs, take a dog-sledding excursion, see the Northern Lights, …and more!

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