Trip To Alaska With Alaska Airlines

// 2 November 2016

Splendid Places To Visit in Alaska

The largest state of United States, Alaska is known for its unbeatable wondrous splendor and natural beauty. With vast landscape, this place has produced untold wealth for travelers. Surrounded by mountains, glaciers and wildlife, visitors from across the world have opportunity to enjoy and relax on adventure-filled trip to Alaska. Foodies will enjoy delicious seafood plucked right from pristine waters. Rather than dense and large cities, Alaska is connected with small cities. It is easy for travelers to get overwhelmed by a number of activities and locations provided in Alaska. If you want help to whittle down bucket list, add below given places:

  • Kenai Fjords

Kenai Fjords

Located in Kenai Fjords National Park, it is 6th most visited national park, which has 60 glaciers flowing from Harding Icefield.  It has largest ice field, four active volcanoes and Harding Ice Field. This place with towering ancient glaciers has abundant sea-life which thrives in lush forests and icy waters and lush. It is home to monstrously large brown bears, many types of whales, seal and sea lions.

  • Seward


Located in Southern Alaska, journey to this place is as alluring as small town itself. With dazzling sight along the coast, this place is named in honor of William H. Seward, who served as Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln. The scenic view of Seward and rugged mountains to one side attracts thousands and thousands of visitors every year.

  • Hubbard Glacier

Hubbard Glacier

With a width of 7 miles and 76 miles in length, Hubbard is giant glacier and is the largest tidewater glacier in North America. It is one of the few Alaskan glaciers, which is advancing rather than retreating. This glacier, with immense beauty, is moving at the rate of 80 feet per year. The area around this glacier is renowned for wildlife.

  • Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park

Part of 25-million acre World Heritage Site, Glacier Bay National Park is one of the largest protected areas in the world. It covers more than 3 million acres of glaciers, mountains, rainforest, deep fjords and rainforest. It is the best place to witness the calving – a process when large chunks of glacial ice break and fall into the ocean to form icebergs.

  • Skagway


Scant rain, colorful history and lots of cruise ships makes Skagway a most popular and interesting town to visit. This small town allows visitors to experience the Alaskan mining town. Old saloons, wooden sidewalks, shops, etc. makes this place a favorite attraction of tourists.

  • Icy Strait Point

Icy Strait Point

This cruise port represents win-win collaboration between giant cruise and local communities. Only one cruise is allowed to dock at a time. It features a world’s largest ZipRider with 6 ziplines which accelerate with speed of 60 mph.

  • Petersburg


Known as ‘Alaska’s Little Norway’, it is an island community that makes living from sea. This is most important fishing community and has three beautiful harbors. The icebergs can usually be seen in southern end, which provide alien landscape and whales can be spotted here.

To conclude, Alaska, with its out-of-this-world views of water, sky, glaciers and forests, will move you. Travelling to this place demands a spirit of adventure and to get unforgettable memory, check the Alaska airlines fares and book cheap tickets of Alaska Airlines with Voyages Booth.