From stunning sunsets, great craft beer, a whole lot of history, and Alaskan king crab that will forever make you want to return, Alaska may give you quite the surprise.
Wondering what it’s like to cruise Alaska? The Wild Wild (north) West of Alaska’s Inside Passage is a series of islands only accessible by boat. Explore this quiet, far-flung destination through pictures that will take your breath away.
Alaska’s Inside Passage is a glorious wonderland of forests, marine and wildlife. If you’re serious about exploring Alaska, I highly recommend cruising with a small boat and booking in spring. After speaking with the crew at Uncruise, it became apparent that spring was ideal for Alaskan cruising, I’ll explain more in this blog.
With its Russian architecture, Tlingit tribe heritage, islands, waterways and gorgeous parks, Sitka, Alaska is crowded with things to see and do.
Two of my favorite ways to familiarize myself with a new place are by exploring it on foot and by eating my way through it. If you’re heading to Alaska, do both. This do-it-yourself food tour in Juneau is exceptionally easy due to the compact nature of the downtown area, coupled with the delicious fresh seafood.