Alaska is a place like no other, but it also happens to be a location that is favored by many to be a must-see location. Alaska may be seen as a remote destination but has the transport infrastructure and venues for conferences venues and entertainment.
The last thing you will be thinking is what to do … With so many activities available it’s hard to start somewhere. Activities range from fishing, dog sledges, and bear spotting.. these are just a few.
Airline lines are great and getting to Alaska could not be easier, with direct flights from Seattle (3.5 hours), Chicago (6 hours), Reykjavik, Iceland (7 hours), and Vancouver, Canada (3.25 hours).
Alaska has a rich history of culture. It is a historical paradise for heritage knowledge and discovering more about the unique Alaskan way of life.
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The perfect incentive or reward program makes Alaska ideal location. A one day excursion will give you an insight into any arctic coastal village life, whilst enjoying views of wild polar bears.
Alaska has a good social scene and known for their local beverage industry. Brewery tours are a fun way to taste and connect with Alaska.
In Alaska, fun jet ski and whale watching tours are frequent.
Why not get close and personal with bottle feeding a Moose at the Wildlife Conservation Center.
Alaska makes the perfect winter incentive destination where you will see more than just the Northern Lights.
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IDITAROD SLED DOG RACE
WHEN: March (1st Sat) WHERE Anchorage BEST FOR: Dog Sled Race.
WHEN: August 17 – 18 WHERE: Anchorage Alaska BEST FOR: Running Event
GIRDWOOD FOREST FAIR
WHEN: July (1st Weekend) WHERE Girdwood, Alaska BEST FOR: Music Crafts and Art
SITKA WHALE FEST
WHEN: Oct 31st – Nov 3rd WHERE: Sitka Alaska BEST FOR: Everything Whales. Talks to Watching