You can get to Alaska by air, road, or sea, and once you are here you can travel within Alaska by plane, boat, train, car, or motorcoach/bus.
Getting Around Alaska by Road
Driving: Take the Scenic Route
We keep talking about Alaska's awe-inspiring scenery. You can see it for yourself by driving Alaska's highways. There are 9,241 miles of state and...
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Throughout the Inside Passage, cultural attractions abound. Sitka is home to Sitka National Historic Park, which houses an impressive collection to totem poles. Visitors to the park can wander forested...
The Inside Passage is served by jet via Alaska Airlines to the communities of Yakutat, Juneau, Sitka, Petersburg, Wrangell and Ketchikan. Alaska Airlines also provides seasonal jet...
Whales and Other Marine Mammals
Alaska's shorelines are home to an abundance of marine life, including stellar sea lions, walrus, whales, seals and sea otters. The world's largest colony of seals, numbering over one million,...
The pristine wilderness of Alaska is, perhaps, the last vestige of thriving populations of North American wildlife. Where else can you see polar bears, bald eagles, blue and humpbacked...
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