Get an aerial preview of the coastal scenery of Kenai Fjords National Park. See tour boats and Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge.
This world-class facility was built with funds from the 1989 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and introduces visitors to the wonders of the ocean.
Gray Line of Alaska maintains the only gold dredge in Alaska still open to the public!
Climb on board an authentic Alaskan sternwheeler, the Riverboat Discovery, and take a journey back in time along the Chena and Tanana Rivers.
Learn why 100 people each year plunge into the icy waters of Resurrection Bay in the dead of winter!
Zoom up and down 30 miles of glacial river in under 2 hours, hanging on as your jetboat skims the water, zips around icebergs, and gives you a thrilling ride.
Watch from a boat as mother and cubs lunge for salmon all around you on this fly-in bear viewing day tour.
Fly from Anchorage to see Mt. McKinley and its glaciers and be back in 3 hours.
Explore more glaciers on this 4.5 hour tour than on any other Alaska glacier and wildlife day tour.
Official Video of the Mat Su Convention & Visitors Bureau.. The Mat Su Valley follows the Glenn and Parks Highways near Anchorage. It's the size of West Virginia--but with 1/20th the people. See mountains, glaciers, rivers, and small town charm.
Official Video of the Nome Alaska Chamber of Commerce
Hop aboard a narrow-gauge train and get ready to stake your claim to gold on this two-hour tour of El Dorado Gold Mine.
Vast wilderness, fascinating cultures, unique animals-there's simply nothing like crossing the line that marks the top of the world.
Get within feet of moose, bears, musk ox, and other famous Alaskan wildlife! The center is a beautiful place to visit and watch as they raise and care for orphaned animals!
Near pristine waters, grand mountains and the beautiful Tongass Rainforest, lies Juneau.
Official video of the Haines Convention & Visitors Bureau
Official Video of the Skagway Convention & Visitors Bureau : The past lives on in Skagway, gateway to the Klondike.
Charming pioneer town, closest town to Mt. McKinley, base camp for McKinley climbers, and flightseeing capital of Alaska.