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 to Alaska by Ferry
The Alaska Marine Highway is Relaxed, Flexible
The state-owned ferry system is called a "Marine Highway" because it provides vital year-round transportation service for many Alaskan communities - and...
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Mush dogs along the Iditarod Trail outside of Nome
Watch fireworks explode over the Chuckchi Sea on New Year's Eve in Barrow
See traditional Native Alaska...
The vast majority of Southcentral Alaska is on the road system so traveling by car in this region is common. If you drive to Alaska, first remember you will have...
Alaska's Southcentral region, emcompassing Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, features some of the best the state has to offer for cultural travelers. Anchorage is home to the...
Ocean day cruises are available in several areas of Alaska with the most popular destinations found at Glacier Bay, Kenai Fjords and Prince William Sound. These trips offer a...
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