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We at Alaska Vehicle Rentals are committed to giving our clients the very best support and experience. However, don’t just take our word for it; read what some of our delighted clients have to say about working with us. Our vehicles have aided travelers in seeing the Last Frontier and making the most of their time in Alaska on everything from family vacations to business excursions.
We hope that reading these testimonies will motivate you to use Alaska Vehicle Rentals to plan your own vacation. We appreciate each and every one of you who have chosen to use us for your transportation needs.
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Alaska Vehicle Rentals: Your Partners in Adventure
We are Alaska Vehicle Rentals, and we're here to give you access to reliable van rental so you may explore the Last Frontier.
Alaska Vehicle Rentals is a locally owned and operated Alaskan Small Business formed in 2021. We understand the long travel hours you endure to visit our beautiful state so we strive to make your vehicle rental experience stress free.
Our mission is to get you on the road to adventure as fast as possible so you may explore the Last Frontier. We are aware that you have many choices when it comes to renting a car in Alaska.
Before you even reserve your rental vehicle, we'll make sure the price is clearly stated upfront so you know precisely what you're paying for and as always, please contact us with any questions you may have.
Get ready for adventure by renting from us today!
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What can you do in Alaska?
Exploring Alaska's spectacular natural beauty.
The state is home to a variety of breathtaking landscapes, from the rocky beaches and glaciers of the south to the huge woods and mountains of the interior.
To see everything the state has to offer and to explore these many places, renting a van can be a terrific option.
For instance, you can take in the majestic scenery of the Seward Highway, continue to the Kenai Peninsula and visit Homer. There is the Chugach State Park or head north on the Parks Highway to visit Denali National Park.
Take a tour to see wildlife: Alaska is home to a variety of animals including bears, moose, eagles, caribou, and more.
There are many sites around Alaska to observe wildlife and get a closer look at these incredible species. Renting a van will take you to places such as the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage Creek (Mile 79 of Seward Highway), the Alaska Sealife Center in Seward, the Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center in Homer and so much more! You may even have some wildlife sightings during your drive.
Attending cultural events and festivals: Alaska is home to many indigenous cultures, and the state hosts a wide range of celebrations of these customs throughout the year.
Attending these events and discovering more about the state's rich cultural legacy can be made possible with a van rental.
For instance, you may attend the World Eskimo Indian Olympics in Fairbanks to witness age-old sports competitions, visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center (Anchorage) or the Anchorage Museum to learn about the indigenous customs and cultures of Native Alaskans.
National and State Parks
Visit national and state parks: Denali National Park, Chugach State Park, Kachemak Bay State Park
An excellent method to travel to these parks and take in the outdoors is by renting a van. Please note that not all state parks are connected by the road system. Please visit the Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation (alaska.gov) website for more information on Alaska State Parks.
Alaska parks offer backpacking, camping, kayaking, sightseeing and more. If mobility is an issue, renting a van will take you up close to the wilderness such as Denali National Park - to view the park's breathtaking beauty and wildlife (Note: Park road conditions change daily so please check their website before your drive and some portions of the park road require a lottery permit).
Hiking, fishing, and other outdoor pursuits are abundant in Alaska for those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Renting a van can make it simpler to get to your next outdoor adventure and take advantage of everything the state has to offer.
Enjoy fishing? Rent a van and travel to Homer, the Halibut Capital of the World and book a charter to fish in beautiful Kachemak Bay. Enjoy hiking? According to AllTrails.com, Alaska has 731 hiking trails, 348 walking trails and 286 trail running trails. Find a trailhead and embark on a hiking adventure through the breathtaking wilderness of the state.