would be an understatement to say that you have been sightseeing
in Alaska. With so much to do and see, visitors to this amazing
place should be claiming to have been attending “attraction
events” during their trip to Alaska. Whether cruising
the inner passage of the Alaskan coastline or traveling to
the interior of the state, visitors will never be lacking
The state of Alaska has so much to offer that several tour companies have opened in key cities and other areas. They have done this in an effort to help visitors have the complete Alaska experience. Non-conventional tours found in Alaska include things like a day of crab catching, riding jeep trails, canoeing and kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving and bear watching. Sights that no-one should miss while visiting Alaska are a trip to the many national parks, spending a day at Totem Bright State Park, boating into Glacier Bay and going whale watching.
time to visit the gift shops and galleries found in almost
every city and village in Alaska. Tourists are treated to
an incredible showing of wares created by local artisans and
crafts people. Everything from carvings, to paintings, to
jewelry can be purchase in Alaska at a very reasonable rate.
Native tribes sell wonderful masks, totems and other carvings
and they will make arrangements to have the objects shipped
back to your home. Standard souvenirs can be found at the
area shops and boutiques as well.
Wonderful fresh seafood restaurants and those serving a more “authentic” Alaskan cuisine can be found nestled in the local towns and cities.
Alaskan history is rich in fact and fiction. Museums and historic sites can be found throughout this extraordinary region of America. Events such as the Gold Rush as well as the Native American experience are well documented and preserved for visitors to see and enjoy.