Anchorage Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Anchorage Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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3 Popular Attractions In Alaska


Anchorage – a destination of awe-inspiring beauty difficult to rival. Watch this travel guide video to see why Anchorage is one of Alaska’s greatest vacation spots.

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The city of #Anchorage lies in Alaska’s mountainous south and is home to around 40 percent of all Alaskans. At the height of summer, Anchorage basks in 22 hours of sunlight, with the sun barely dipping below the horizon, making it an excellent #vacation destination for those looking to pack a lot into their trip.

#Explore the Flattop Mountain trails which serve up some of the best views in the state. Learn the traditional dances and games of Alaska’s first peoples at the Alaska Native Heritage Centre or stock up on stories and folklore from the Last Frontier at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Centre. Hang out at the dock at Seward, a picturesque fishing outpost or set sail to the Kenai Fjords National Park. Marvel as deep-sea giants breach the surface of these still waters. Climb aboard a seaplane or helicopter and soar from Seward out to the Godwin Glacier.

Alaska is a state famous for its rugged terrain and endless recreational opportunities, and a vacation Anchorage does not disappoint.

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0:00 – Anchorage
1:37 – Chugach State Park
1:55 – Flattop Mountain
2:13 – Eklutna Lake
2:36 – Girdwood
3:00 – Crow Creek Mine
3:24 – Alaska Native Heritage Centre
3:43 – Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Centre
4:00 – Seward
4:24 – Kenai Fjords National Park
5:00 – Godwin Glacier

5 thoughts on “Anchorage Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. I recently traveled to Alaska as a 1st time vacationer to what I thought was a great state. I was so excited to get off of the plane and finally get to breathe in fresh Alaskan air! Imagine how disappointed I was when I witnessed how the natives are treated there! I recorded this video at the Anchorage airport. It appears as if the police tried to make a whole public event out of this poor woman. I feel bad for her

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