Fairbanks Rail Vacations
Fairbanks is located in the interior of Alaska and is the second largest city in the state.
Here you'll find both the magical northern lights in winter and the midnight sun in the summer.
Greet the Arctic wilderness on your doorstep and try a range of new and unique activities.
Fairbanks is a fantastic playground to explore as part of your next Alaska Railroad adventure.
Aurora Season in the Fairbanks region is from August 21 to April 21, and it almost always appears when the sky is relatively dark and clear.
In contrast, the midnight sun is out for the remainder of the year, from April 22 to August 20.
Regardless of when you choose to visit Fairbanks, you can be transported into its gold rush past or engage in the art and culture of Alaska natives.
They've created a vibrant river city right here in the far north, and visitors are always welcome.
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Canada Rail Vacations REVIEWS
"Paulina organized an awesome trip for us which included Vancouver Island and the Rockies."
"Overall it was a great way to see the country for the most part. "
Lorraine Squamish, Canada
"We will be recommending you to others and will use you again when we return for more adventure."
Kay New Zealand
"One of our best vacations. Perfectly planned and all went off without a hitch. "
Joel Yellin Rochester , United States
"We did the "Rail & Drive Across Canada" with you & it was wonderful. A Bucket List dream come true!"
Rita Illinois, United States
"I don't know how I will ever thank you all at Canada by Design for making our trip of a lifetime!"
"We came back with many happy memories and beautiful photos of your breathtaking country."
Johanna Oswald Little Rock, AR, United States
"From start to finish it was an ideal trip for us to enjoy Canada scenery, atmosphere and hospitality. "
Manuel United States
"I highly recommend this company, They will tailor a trip to meet individual needs."
Mel New Zealand
"Excellent trip. Well planned out. We were able to get all our additional destinations accommodated. "
Paul Williams Canada