Alaska is just so remote, and while it offers a diverse range of natural beauty, wildlife, and cultural experiences, many of its towns and natural wonders are only accessible by boat or float plane.
The peak tourist season spans from May to September when the weather is relatively mild and activities are in full swing. However, there are distinct advantages for visiting during different months.
From glaciers to grizzlies! Exploring Alaska will include at least some wildlife encounters because Alaska is home to diverse wildlife, including bears, moose, caribou, and bald eagles.
We visited Ketchikan, an indigineous community in Alaska, where we explored the significance of impressive totem poles which are carved by indigenous peoples to depict stories, legends and ancestral lineage.
Many of Alaska’s towns and cities are only accessible by water or sea plane, so when it comes to planning a way to get around, you’re going to need to factor in time and cost.