Alaska's growing season is short—in some parts of the state, summer lasts only three months—but it makes up for that by packing 18 to 24 hours of sunlight into each of those days. The result is record-breaking, Jurassic-size produce in the farmers’ markets and lush botanical gardens that showcase hundreds of local plants and varieties historically grown by homesteading settlers.
Travel Alaska App

Take your itinerary with you using our My Alaska Trip feature and the TravelAlaska app.

If you would like to compare where services are located, you can Add to My Alaska to compile a list and see all the points on the same map.

Refine Search

Things To Do  »   Sightseeing  »  



Inside Passage

This website uses cookies to analyze traffic and customize content on this site.
By clicking OK and using this website, you are agreeing to our privacy policy regarding the use of cookies.