If you visit Alaska, you’ll explore diverse destinations as well as meet incredible people. Alaska is a huge U.S. state with such a wide variety of things to see and do.
Getting To Alaska
Flying by plane would be the easiest and quickest way to get to Alaska – via Delta or American Airlines. American Airlines offers flights to major cities, such as Fairbanks, Anchorage, Juneau and the southern towns of Ketchikan and Sitka. Delta, on the other hand, offers stops in all of those cities and towns such as Barrow, Nome and the southern towns of Yakutat, King Salmon, Cordova, Gustavus, Bethel, Kodiak, and Petersburg.
While in Alaska, you’ll have abundant outdoor activities. The Last Frontier would be an enjoyable place for hikers for the reason that it is home to more national parks compared to any other U.S. state aside from California. These parks include Glacier Bay, Denali, and home to four active volcanoes – Lake Clark.
When to Go?
Most tourists visit Alaska during the summer when the temperatures are warm and the days are long. The prime travel season in Alaska runs from June to the middle of August.
If you want to visit Alaska with inexpensive travel costs, you should visit the place during the shoulder seasons, which is from mid-May through Mid-June, as well as mid-August to mid-September. It is noteworthy that some tours will begin closing up on May 1 (Labor Day). Tourists will have a good blueberry picking during late summer as well as early fall.