Searching for Alaska
Have you searched “Trip to Alaska” in Google? You aren’t alone. That phrase was one of the top trending searches in 2019, according to the annual Google Year in Search results.
You’ll find the first result leads you right back to TravelAlaska.com. But oh, there’s so much more. Where do you start?
A trip to Alaska could be a cruise. It could be a road trip, or even better, an RV trip. It could be a ride on the Alaska Railroad. It could be a stay at a remote wilderness lodge or a multi-park tour to Denali, Wrangell-St. Elias and Kenai Fjords national parks. It could be a trip all about bear viewing or whale watching or gold panning or World War II history or Alaska Native culture. You could take a trip to Alaska to go dog mushing, to go camping or to trek on a glacier. You get the idea…the options are nearly endless.
And that’s the thing; a trip to Alaska is personal. Maybe it’s the northern lights that lands Alaska on your must-visit list or maybe it’s Kenai River salmon fishing. Whatever it is you’re going to do it your way, on your budget, on your time, with your friends, or your family or by yourself. We’re just here to help make it the trip of a lifetime.
We can suggest a range of sample seven-day itineraries that showcase top attractions and destinations to get you started. We can share locals’ favorite activities, restaurants and travel tips. But don’t let these limit your imagination. Do you want to marvel at Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve? Or watch Iditarod mushers cross the finish line in Nome? Or just watch the sunset behind majestic mountains and a wild landscape?
Whatever your trip to Alaska is going to look like, order an Alaska Vacation Planner in addition to your Google searching.