Getting nose to nose with dozens of reindeer and feeding them from the palm. Must see in Alaska: wildlife encounter.
Exit Glacier is a gem of the Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska and super easy to explore: we checked it out!
Got an extra couple nights in Anchorage or just a free afternoon? Go to the North, to explore the rich Native Alaskan history, gold mining history, up-close animal encounters, real gigantic veggies, and other natural wonders.
Bore tides. Panning for gold. Animal lover paradise. Connecting Anchorage and Seward, Seward Highway is pure wonder and is easy to explore as a family
Don’t leave Homer until you try at least a couple of things from this list: watch the bears fishing salmon over waterfalls, cruise abroad a local ferry, halibut fishing and the silliest thing you can imagine..
Seward became one of our most beloved cities in Alaska. Just 2.5 hours drive from Anchorage and full of wonders for big and small: Exit Glacier (one of the most impressive and accessible glaciers in Alaska), Kenai National Park, Alaska SeaLife Center
Denali National Park is a truly kid-friendly place: the park promotes multiple possibilities to explore the park as a family and has different activities for the big and small ones. Don’t forget to take your car seats as well as plenty of water, food, rain gear, and warm layers.
Anchorage is more than just a gateway to your Alaska road trip. It is a destination on its own! Watch the Alaska Native Dance Performance and Eskimo Indian Olympics; go fishing for king salmon in the middle of the city