OUR TOP 10 DESTINATIONS IN ALASKA!
Dominated by a bustling waterfront and hemmed in by steep
verdant mountains, you’ll find Alaska’s small but charming capital,
Juneau. The city oozes with fascinating history, and the lively
downtown bristles with activity as cruise ships and fishing boats line
the pier. It is one of Alaska’s top places to go whale watching and has
the lands most accessible glacier, Mendenhall.
Often referred to as the ‘Big Apple of the north’, Anchorage is wedged
between 5,000ft peaks and is gifted with some of the world’s most
magnificent wildlife. Dive into the metropolitan city where bears and
moose mooch the same streets as locals, restaurants serve up delicious
fresh seafood and adventures are waiting to happen - you’ll soon see
why almost half the state’s population love to call it home.
Step into the extraordinary as you explore Sitka’s pristine landscapes
and experience the vibrant cultures that have thrived here for
millennia. The mixture of a remarkably preserved history and jaw-dropping
natural beauty will captivate you as you fall for everything the
loveable city is about. Be introduced to crisp clean air, trace remnants
of Russian heritage and explore the impressive Sitka Sound.
Craggy mountain peaks tower above a luscious
coastal rainforest with temperate seasons that
bring out the adventurer in everyone. Haines is
a quiet town which is home to many lovers of
the outdoors and native artists. The land boasts
North America’s longest and deepest fjord and
an all-round authentic taste of Alaska.
Look out to out-of-this-world scenery of skies, mountains, forests
and waters from Seward; a city which perches itself onto the edge of
Resurrection Bay so elegantly. Whether you’re here for an evening,
a long day of adventuring and exploring, it should be finished by
unwinding in an excellent restaurant in the picturesque, age-old
The fishing capital of Alaska, you’ll sure taste the delicacies of
spectacular fresh seafood in Homer. The city acts as a gateway to
a number of national parks including Kachemak Bay State Park –
where you’ll be granted with chances of spotting the local animals
of the wilderness including black bears, humpback whales and