Alaska Travel Blog
Select the perfect Alaska winter tour
Accessibility to Alaska in the wintertime is possible with John Hall's Alaska nationally recognized adventure tours.
Alaska's beauty is on full display with this amazing tour!
See why Alaska is called the Last Frontier with whale watching, glacier viewing and float plane excursions.
THE ESSENTIAL ALASKA READING LIST
The Last Frontier is a place that is wild with history and stories of men and women that have braved the elements to call it home. The books below will fill your dreams with the grandeur of Alaska, a state we are proud to discover.
Unwind from a day of sightseeing and exploration at Cordova’s Orca Adventure Lodge. Enjoy locally-inspired bites like snow crab and Alaska halibut from the on-site restaurant while warming up by the bonfire and enjoying views of the surrounding glacier-carved mountains and Orca Inlet. If this land-only itinerary isn’t enough to satisfy your wanderlust, add a tour of the Inside Passage with Alaskan Dream Cruises. Sailing from Juneau to Sitka, the Baranof Dream cruises through Glacier Bay National Park and along the Tracy Arm Fjord to the coastal towns of Petersburg, Wrangell, Kake and Sitka. Although many of the John Hall’s Alaska tours are already sold out for 2019, there is still space available on two “Untamed Alaska” tours. Visit KissAlaska.com or call 800-325-2270 to reserve space today.
Kicking off and ending in Anchorage, this tour explores Southcentral and Interior Alaska from onboard the Alaska Railroad’s GoldStar Service cars and John Hall’s Alaska luxury motorcoach fleet. From scanning for Alaska wildlife like moose and bears to listening to tales from the knowledgeable, local onboard crews, the journey is as engaging as the many destinations and attractions along the way.
Holiday travel survival guide: 5 tips from John Hall’s Alaska
This year, pack your holiday cheer and leave your worries behind with tips and tricks from John Hall’s Alaska’s holiday travel survival guide.
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