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Unalaska/Port of Dutch Harbor is located about 800 miles southwest of Anchorage and is often referred to as the gem of the Aleutians. Whether traveling by air or boat, visitors are guaranteed to experience friendly locals, beautiful landscapes, amazing wildlife, fascinating cultural histories, and a wonderful look into the history of WWII in the Aleutians! The hillsides are covered with wildflowers, green lush meadows, and remnants left from the war. All of the natural attractions are easily accessible by foot or by guided tours. Summer months offer superb hiking, birding, and fishing opportunities lead by expert tour guides and if one is lucky, they can spot the wild horses. Visitors also have the opportunity to venture out on their own and really experience the solitude and tranquility of Unalaska/Port of Dutch Harbor. Undiscovered unforgettable Unalaska - Where Alaska's history began. Contact us for a free visitor guide.
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