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Glacier Bay, Alaska
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Kenai Fjords National Park Spire Cove Alaska
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Tanana Valley State Forest
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Yupik Dancers Alaska
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Brooks Range Artic Alaska
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Alaska Welcomes You

Alaska is great, big, beautiful state. Of mind.

Alaska is more than a pretty picture: it’s your rejuvenation destination. Welcome to the official site for Alaska travel, where you will find the tools you need to explore things to do and plan the best time for your visit to the largest state in the country, where even bigger adventure awaits.

On an Alaska vacation, you’ll discover a connection with the abundant natural beauty and culture of the 49th state on a glacier excursion, northern lights tour, mountain adventure, wildlife watching cruise, or Alaska Native cultural experience.

Start planning your escape by ordering the free official Alaska travel guide, and use this site to find vacation packages, summer and winter travel ideas, and much more. Whether you’re exploring by road, cruise, train, or plane, we’ve got the resources to make your trip easy to navigate.

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Adventure Green Alaska

Planning a trip to Alaska? Adventure Green Alaska is your guide to finding ecofriendly Alaska travel experiences.

Navigate Alaska

Alaska is a land of superlatives and adventure. Explore five distinct regions and varied travel routes and modes of transportation as you plan your Alaska getaway.

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    Arctic

    Alaska’s far north features the country’s only Arctic ecosystem; northern lights dance above the snowy tundra in winter, while birds and caribou graze during long summer days.

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    Inside Passage

    The Inside Passage in Southeast Alaska is home to breathtaking temperate rainforests, protected waterways, and glaciers reaching into deep coastal fjords.

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    Interior

    The Interior Region is a quintessentially Alaska landscape, bounded by high mountain ranges (it’s home to Denali) and crisscrossed by glorious river vistas.

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    Southcentral

    Southcentral Alaska is home to vividly diverse wilderness landscapes – from beaches to mountaintops to fjords – as well as half the state’s population.

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    Southwest

    Southwest Alaska’s islands, river deltas, and mountains teem with fish and wildlife.

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How Big is Alaska?

At 663,300 square miles, Alaska is 1/5 the size of the Lower 48 states. Alaska is the largest state in the United States and larger than the next three largest states combined!

How to Travel in Alaska

Governor Mike Dunleavy Alaska's GovernorAs Governor, and as an Alaskan, I’m thrilled you’re planning a trip to Alaska.

We Alaskans are proud of our home. It’s an extraordinarily beautiful place, with wide open spaces, magnificent wildlife and some flat-out wonderful people. Whether you are coming to see Alaska’s glorious mountains, rivers and glaciers; to learn about Alaska’s cultures and our history; or to experience the wonder of the northern lights, you will make unforgettable memories here.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Warm regards,
Governor Mike Dunleavy

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