Alaska Travel Links
Resources to help plan your trip to Alaska
Alaska Airlines is one of our favorite airlines and has connecting service from most major cities. Travelocity.com, Expedia.com and Orbitz.com are also good places to look for airfare. We advise doing your homework when looking for airfare to Alaska. If you're looking for an air taxi or "Bush Pilot" (as they're locally known), we recommend Kantishna Air Taxi, K2 Air and Talkeetna Air Taxi.
What To Do
Alaska's official state tourism organization is the Alaska Travel Industry Association. Anchorage has a Convention and Visitors Bureau with information about fun and interesting things to do in Anchorage.
Museums and Cultural Centers
Alaska Native Heritage Center: The Alaska Native Heritage Center is an exciting place where all people can come to expand their understanding of Alaska's first people. Explore the rich heritage of Alaska's eleven cultural groups, drawing upon the ways of life of long ago, the wisdom of the elders and the traditions that endure.
Anchorage Museum of History and Art: A world-class museum located in the heart of Alaska's largest city.
KNBA: Native American radio, news and music.
Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures: Year-round horseback riding adventures. Offers full- and half-day trail rides, as well as carriage and sleigh rides. Pan for gold or take a mid-day break for some grayling fishing.
Kenai Riverside Lodge: Offers a perfect balance of unique accommodations, excellent food and choice of activities.
Kenai River Fishing Day Trips: Alaska fishing trips featuring salmon, trout and halibut fishing. A full-service lodge located on the Kenai River. For over thirty years our guides have been making Alaskan dreams come true. Day trips and 2- to 7-day packages available (800.478.4100).
Kenai Riverside Campground, B&B, and RV Park: Nestled on the banks of the majestic Kenai River in Cooper Landing, we offer 18 RV sites lot-style with 20/30-amp hook-up. Tent sites and B&B rooms are available. We also offer a guest lounge, clean bathrooms and hot showers (800.536.2478).
Seward & Kenai Fjords National Park
Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking Company: Alaskan sea kayaking adventures in Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park. Explore Southcentral Alaska's bays and fjords with experienced naturalist guides.
Kayak Adventures Worldwide
Sea Kayak Shuttle Service & Water Taxi
Weather Permitting: Your Kenai Fjords National Park and Resurrection Bay water taxi and shuttle service provider (907.224.8051).
Crackerjack Charters: This outfit uses state of the art charter boats specifically designed for saltwater fishing in Alaska - excellent choice for quality Seward Alaska fishing charters for halibut and lingcod.
Dog Sled Tours
Ididaride Sled Dog Tours: Experience dog mushing summer-style on a 2-mile wilderness dog sled ride. Learn what it takes to prepare musher and dog for the Iditarod. Cuddle adorable puppies.
Alaska SeaLife Center: The Alaska SeaLife Center is dedicated to understanding and maintaining the integrity of the marine ecosystem of Alaska through research, rehabilitation and public education. The Center's research facilities and naturalistic exhibits immerse visitors in the dynamic marine ecosystems of Alaska.
Prince William SoundGlacier and Wildlife Tours
Prince William Sound Cruises & Tours: Discover cascading waterfalls, spectacular glaciers and marine wildlife in Prince William Sound. Our experienced captains are your guides as you travel aboard our custom vessels complete with oversized windows and outside viewing decks. Daily departures from Valdez and Whittier.
Phillips Cruises and Tours: Phillips Cruises & Tours features the 26 Glacier Cruise in Prince William Sound, an incredible one day cruise from Anchorage and Whittier, Alaska.
Alaska Sea Kayakers in Whittier: Sea kayaking in Prince William Sound. We offer day tours, multi-day tours, and sea kayak rentals from our office located on the water in Whittier, Alaska. Located one hour south of Anchorage.
Three Moose Meadow B&B: Explore a remote glacier in Kachemak Bay State Park! Three Moose is the only outfitter in Homer offering glacier kayaking; leave the crowds behind for an unforgettable wilderness experience.
Emerald Air Service
Girdwood, Portage and Hope
Hotel Alyeska: Located just 40 miles south of Anchorage, the Alyeska Prince Hotel has Alaska's only Four Diamond mountaintop restaurant plus an array of other dining venues, more than 300 guest rooms, distinctive shops, unique activities and 60-passenger Alyeska Tram. Open year-round.
Alyeska Accommodations: Nightly and weekly vacation rentals in Girdwood.
Girdwood B&B Association: Girdwood B&B accommodations listing.
Portage Glacier Visitor Center: The first stop at Portage Glacier should be the Begich-Boggs Visitor Center, which contains a number of exhibits as well as a highly acclaimed film about glaciers aptly named, "Voices From the Ice."
Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center: A nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving Alaska's wildlife through public education, AWCC takes in injured and orphaned animals year-round and provides spacious enclosures and quality animal care. Animals that cannot be released into the wild are given a permanent home at the center.
Chugach Outdoor Center: Sixmile Creek is a whitewater paradise just 60 miles from Anchorage. Dropping over 50 feet per mile as it flows out of the Chugach Mountains, Sixmile Creek has cut its way through three separate canyons to offer exciting Class IV & V whitewater.
Denali National ParkFlightseeing
Kantishna Air Taxi: This flying service can help make your travels safe and memorable in the state of Alaska. Through Kantishna Air Taxi, you can experience one of the most spectacular wilderness destinations on earth, Denali National Park.