NACTA Alaska Conference Fam Trips Lined Up

by Richard D'Ambrosio

The National Association of Career Travel Agents (NACTA) and Visit Anchorage have established 24 Alaska familiarization trips for travel agents participating in NACTA’s annual conference September 13-16, 2017.

The two organizations are partnering with suppliers like Holland America Lines, Salmon Berry Tours, Major Marine Tours, Alaska Railroad, Explore Fairbanks, Alaska National Parks and Alaska Collection. Pre- and post-conference fam options start at $75, including a 7-night post-conference cruise, 3- and 4-night trips to Denali National Park, a summer Glacier Walk, a 7-Day fam to Talkeetna, Denali, Fairbanks and the Arctic Circle and an Anchorage City Tour, including lunch and visits to local breweries.

Pre- and post-conference fams and Alaska day adventures are exclusive to those participating in NACTA’s annual conference.  For more information visit www.nactaconference.com the conference registration rate is $389 for non NACTA members until July 15, 2017.

Being hosted at the Hotel Captain Cook, in Anchorage, the 2017 Conference will have “record breaking” attendance, NACTA said in a press statement.

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