Looking to take a romantic escape with your special someone? Alaska is a great accommodation choice. From bucket list experiences to glacier hikes to wine tastings and beyond, you’ll be able to strengthen your bond with your loved one. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide to Alaska’s most romantic escapes.
No trip to Alaska would be complete without exploring the beautiful local glaciers. As there are many to choose from, it can be tough pinning down the perfect icy excursion. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide to Alaska’s top glacier experiences.
For those traveling to Sitka in fall, there are a slew of fun festivals that can enhance your experience. From a educational marine events to costume balls to cultural happenings, there’s much to mark your calendar for during the season. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide to Sitka fall festivals.
For those visiting Fairbanks, Alaska, in the fall, there is much to experience. During this season, there are a slew of interesting events that can help immerse you in local culture while allowing you to interact with community members. From unique sporting events to a symposium on sled dogs to celebrations focused on Halloween and beer, there’s much to be excited about. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide to fall festivals in Fairbanks.
One way to explore local culture through the palate in Anchorage is to dine at one of the many food trucks. These mobile eateries showcase artisanal bites from some of the city’s most talented locals. To help you plan a tasty trip, here are some suggestions.
Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts visiting Ketchikan should add the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary to their itinerary. Located about 10 minutes outside of Ketchikan at the scenic Herring Cove, this 40-acre (16-hectare) rainforest reserve is home to black bear, Sitka black-tailed deer, American mink, bald eagle, harbor seals, Vancouver Canada Greece, wolves, a variety of salmon […]
For those who enjoy getting to know a destination’s culture through creativity, the Seward Music and Arts Festival is a must. This annual event takes place each September — this year’s will be September 26-28, 2014 — and features three days of music acts, dance performances, artisanal eats, local craft vendors and even a beer […]
Water is important to life in Sitka, but you don’t have to hire a boat to find out what lives underneath the waves. At the Sitka Sound Science Center, you can get up close and personal with the abundant sea life, and even check out the hatchery.
Looking to plan a trip with your family? Juneau, Alaska, is the perfect choice. Home to gold panning, adventures for all levels, a lake-front playground and rich history, you’ll never run out of things to do. To help you plan your trip here is a guide to Juneau for families.
Skagway, Alaska, is a popular port for cruise visitors. Out of the approximately 1 million visitors that head to Skagway each year, about 75% come via cruise ship. It’s not surprising, as Alaskan cruises are a great way to explore the scenery and offerings of the state, allowing you to see a lot without wasting time.