The largest U.S. state is also easily accessible through various transportation options, including air, train, and road as well as water transport (cruise).
From amazing ice fields to fresh spring lakes, waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, glaciers, green forests (Tongass and Chugach) that extend many miles, and lots of other picturesque attractions, the natural beauty of Alaska is just breathtaking.
If you’re more of a city life kind of guy, you will never go wrong trying cities such as Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks, Kenai, Kodiak, and Sitka, just to name a few. Discover the culture and arts of Alaska.
You can try your hand at salmon fishing, hiking, or even visit a dog mushing kennel to see Iditarod sled dogs and even heli-skiing.
This engineering marvel is a remote, yet luxurious experience where guests will find themselves without internet access, allowing them to truly get off the grid.
fall and winter season Denali offers prime aurora borealis and meteorological viewing, full moon glacier treks, and golden sunrises. Sheldon Chalet provides the best way to explore Denali in true comfort and luxury.
Guests’ proximity to the stars and the sparse topography of Denali National Park offers a surreal and uninterrupted stargazing experience overlooking the glacier and mountains.
In a state defined by its vast size, airplanes are usually the quickest, most efficient way to view this awe-inspiring place.
Glacier hiking, white water rafting, dog sledding, whale watching – Alaska brings out the adventurer in anyone. With its breathtaking views, wildlife, and exciting excursions, an Alaskan vacation is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
I flight over Denali National Park offers a view of Alaska’s true vastness.
Fairbanks is renowned for the aurora borealis, the midnight sun, and sunsets, and sunrises that last forever. Basecamp to Denali National Park, the Interior, and the Arctic – Fairbanks is the Golden Heart of Alaska.
You can enjoy all the amenities of a charming downtown, a thriving arts community, rich Alaska Native culture, authentic Alaskan activities and attractions, and endless opportunities for exploration!
The question isn’t whether you’ll see something life-changing here—it’s a given—but which type of sights you’ll choose to focus on. It might help to narrow your choices down to a few categories: Your urban sightseeing options cover local food, history, and culture in Alaska’s biggest cities, including Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan.
More general day tours tend to focus on either wildlife viewing or seeing as much of Alaska’s glorious landscape as possible, whether you’re traveling by boat, motorcoach, all-terrain vehicle, or horseback.