Alaska tour operator, Maya Tour Operator, will be able to start operating on July 1st in the state.
The company will operate on the Alaska coast for the first time since its inception in 2001.
The Alaska Department of Transportation announced on June 26 that the company will begin operating from the Alaska Coast in 2019.
“We are excited to begin operations on July 2nd and are confident that our first tour will be a memorable experience for the entire family,” said Maya Tour Owner, David B. Tumminello.
“Our Alaska tour experience is unlike any other.”
The Alaska Coast is a small peninsula off the coast of Alaska’s North Slope and is popular with families and friends.
“There is a lot of interest in the Alaska coastal area, particularly for families and their guests,” said Tuminello.
“It’s a wonderful place for family gatherings and it’s a great spot for sightseeing, so it’s been a long time since we’ve been able to get a group together there.”
The only problem with that is that it is so small, so we have to be flexible in our plans and in the amount of people we’re going to be able for the day.
“The company operates from the Anchorage area and will have a fleet of two to three tour buses, and will begin operations in 2019 in Alaska’s north.
The next phase of the Alaska tour will focus on Alaska’s west coast, which is the second largest in the US.
According to the Alaska Department, the company has booked a total of 11 tour buses to date.
Tumsinello says that the first two to come in 2019 will be used to conduct tours of the west coast.
Tour operators will have the option to choose between six or nine stops on each tour.
Tour buses will be equipped with onboard Wi-Fi and the ability to offer wireless Internet access at the start of the tour.
The operator has set the number of tour stops at four.
According the company’s website, the first to operate will be the Alaska Peninsula and the first three to operate on July 6th.
Tour operator Maya Tour Operators Alaska is offering three months free to those in the United States and Canada to take part in the tours.
The operator has also started accepting applications for reservations for its Alaska coast tour.