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Fun Things To Do in Alaska

Are you going on an Alaskan vacation and looking for fun things to do in Alaska? Between a fishing charter in Alaska, whale tours, and driving a famous highway in Alaska, there are plenty of fun things to do while on vacation. Below is your guide to the area and everything worth checking out!

Drive the Alcan Highway

While this may not seem exciting, driving this famous highway lets you see how beautiful Alaska is. It runs from Dawson Creek in British Columbia (Canada) to Delta Junction in Alaska. Drive the 1,387 miles and check out different campsites, fire pits, swimming holes, and much more! Just make sure you have gas and plenty of snacks to make it through the trip.

Helicopter Iceland Tour

After seeing Alaska from your car, why not see it from the sky? With more than 100,000 glaciers in Alaska alone, taking a helicopter tour is an exciting and worthwhile adventure. What’s more exciting than that? Don’t forget to take the option of walking on the ice, with the proper footwear and an experienced guide, of course.

Whale Watching

Many people are looking up things to do in Alaska because of a specific whale-watching video they found on social media. Choose one of the many certified tours offering responsible whale watching. A boat trip out of Seward is a must!

Explore Denali National Park

If you’re driving out on your way to an Alaskan fishing tour in an RV, you want to check out Denali National Park! The Denali National Park is an excellent option if you want to visit Alaska without being around large crowds of tourists. An RV allows you to check out everything the great state of Alaska offers in the comfort of your RV camper. Have your camera ready when you spot moose, bears, wolves, Dall sheep, or even a caribou. If you don’t have an RV, that’s okay! You can rent one around Anchorage!

Aurora Borealis

There’s a lot to see in Alaska, and on top of many must-see lists is the Aurora Borealis, which is seen during the winter months (September – April). Be ready for the cold temperatures, but it’s worth it when you look up at the sky and see that stunning light display.

Tenakee Springs

If you’re looking for outdoor adventures or fishing in Alaska, consider visiting Tenakee Springs. It’s known as one of the best places to visit because of its remote location. This small town doesn’t allow cars or trucks, but you can explore the three-mile road on foot.

There are a lot of things to do in Alaska. Be sure to plan accordingly and make the time to see everything you’ve always wanted to see. Vacation is about making memories, so make lots of them and enjoy your time away! Book a trip with Phantom Tri-River Charters today to get it started right!