Destination: Alaska!

The Last Frontier has been wowing visitors for decades - over 1.51 million of them in the summer of 2010 alone, according to Travel Alaska statistics.  Offering everything from fishing and hiking to wildlife and cultural events, Alaska truly offers something for everyone.

Now there are new activities to keep visitors coming back for more....let's take a look!

Allen Marine Tours
Based in Alaska, a new small ship cruise line - Alaskan Dream Cruises - began operations this May.  Their focus is to provide guests with up close and personal experiences when it comes to wildlife viewing and cultural events while being dedicated sustainable travel.  Departing from Sitka, eight-day sailings cruise along the Inside Passage visiting destinations like Point Adolphus, Strait Point, and Glacier Bay National Park.

Princess Cruises
The 2011 Alaska Cruise season with Princess Cruises brings about a new 14-day land & sea package available for avid anglers who want to try their hand at catching the state's abundant fish species like salmon, trout and halibut. 

Alaskan Northwest Adventures
For avid ornithologists (bird watchers), Alaska Northwest Adventures is offering a 5-hour tour near Nome on the beautiful waters of Safety Sound.

K2 Aviation
Departing from Talkeena, K2 Aviation is now offering a 3-hour flightseeing & hiking trip in Denali National Park - a combination floatplane experience with guided wilderness hike to boot.  

Alaska Wildland Adventures
The fantastic Ultimate Alaska Adventure tour encompasses some of the most thrilling activities to be found in Alaska where outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy a variety of undertakings including white water rafting, flightseeing, sea kayaking, hiking, horseback riding and dog sledding upon an Alaskan glacier.

For more information on Alaska, visit Travel Alaska or order your FREE 2011 Alaska Vacation Guide here. Photo Credit: Glacier by kbear65

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