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Haines is famous for having more eagles than people. But Haines is also alive with arts and Tlingit culture, diverse adventures, unique people, and so much more. Haines -- a vibrant, friendly community in Southeast Alaska. Watch the Haines video today on Alaska's Inside Passage page. Rich in wilderness, wildlife, culture, and history, Alaska’s Inside Passage is yours to enjoy. We hope you...
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Haines is famous for having more eagles than people But Haines is
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Alaska Travel News
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04/22/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
Join us on Twitter (@alaskatravlnews) this Monday, April 24, at noon AKST/4 p.m. EST for our monthly #TravelAlaskaChat. This month’s topic is Alaska’s national parks 101. If you plan on traveling to one of Alaska’s national parks, you won’t want to miss this! Our co-hosts include Alaska National Parks, Everything Everywhere, AKontheGO and Day by Day in our World.
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Alaska Travel News
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04/20/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
Zipline through a rainforest, kayak next to a glacier and go white water rafting in the backcountry – all in Alaska. Check out Alaska adventure tours here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Brian Adams
Zipline through a rainforest kayak next to a glacier and go white
Alaska Travel News
Alaska Travel News
04/19/2017 at 00:38. Facebook
Planning a trip to Alaska? Check out these eco-friendly Alaska travel experiences.
Planning a trip to Alaska Check out these ecofriendly Alaska travel experiences

Eco-friendly Alaska Travel Experiences | Adventure Green Alaska

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We hope you have a bear-y good Easter! Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Chris McLennan
We hope you have a beary good Easter Photo Credit: State of AlaskaChris McLennan
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Not sure what to pack for your Alaska vacation? Binoculars, plenty of layers and a good pair of sneakers top our list. More must-pack items for Alaska’s summer weather can be found here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Matt Hage
Not sure what to pack for your Alaska vacation Binoculars plenty of
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Nicknamed the “City of Secluded Charm,” Seldovia is a coastal community located across Kachemak Bay from Homer. Originally inhabited by Russians as a shipping port, Seldovia has kept much of its original character. Learn more about Seldovia here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Matt Hage
Nicknamed the City of Secluded Charm Seldovia is a coastal community located
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“The word ‘epic’ doesn’t do Alaska justice.” Learn more about “sea-ing” Alaska in this Los Angeles Times article.
The word epic doesnt do Alaska justice Learn more about seaing Alaska

Seeing Alaska by sea has its advantages, including bird's-eye views of wildlife and glaciers

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If you have an Alaska trip planned and want authentic local tips on your destination, check out our “Meet the Locals” section here:

Travel Alaska - Alaska Locals' Tours

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Kelli Walters
Need an island getaway? Country Living Magazine calls Prince of Wales Island a “wildlife utopia,” filled with wildlife viewing opportunities, fishing and kayaking.
Need an island getaway Country Living Magazine calls Prince of Wales Island

20 Island getaways you and your girlfriends need to plan

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We can bear-ly wait for the summer fishing season! [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Chris McLennan
We can bearly wait for the summer fishing season Photo Credit State
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For the truly adventurous, the 414-mile Dalton Highway, which begins just north of Fairbanks in Alaska’s Interior region, is unique in its scenic beauty, wildlife and recreational opportunities. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Michael DeYoung
For the truly adventurous the 414mile Dalton Highway which begins just north
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Looking to experience Alaska’s more remote side? Stay at a fly-in lodge in Alaska’s wilderness and get that much closer to nature, including opportunities for superb bearviewing. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Chris McLennan
Looking to experience Alaskas more remote side Stay at a flyin lodge
Happy Seward’s Day! Seward’s Day commemorates the acquisition of Alaska to become a part of the United States and is named after then-Secretary of State William H. Seward, who advocated for the iconic purchase.
Happy Sewards Day Sewards Day commemorates the acquisition of Alaska to become
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Follow us on Twitter (@alaskatrvlnews) and join us for our monthly Twitter chat tomorrow, Monday, March 27, at 12 p.m. Alaska/4 p.m. EST! We will be joined by Travel Weekly, TravelAge West Magazine, Day by Day in our World, Columbia Sportswear, AKontheGO, and Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences to chat packing tips for a trip to Alaska. Join us by tweeting or searching the hashtag...
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Alaska and adventure go hand in hand. Where else can you whitewater raft down a river surrounded by mountains, hike a glacier or watch wildlife in their natural habitat? Check out more Alaska adventures here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Brian Adams
Alaska and adventure go hand in hand Where else can you whitewater
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It’s #NationalPuppyDay! Check out these sweet pups belonging to four-time Iditarod champion Martin Buser. Photo credit: State of Alaska/Matt Hage
Its NationalPuppyDay Check out these sweet pups belonging to fourtime Iditarod champion
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Dall sheep can be seen throughout Alaska. Keep an eye out for white specks dotting the rugged mountainside – it’s often dall sheep in their natural habitat! Photo Credit: National Park Service, Alaska Region
Dall sheep can be seen throughout Alaska Keep an eye out for
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Rachel Davies
Now this is what we call a lazy Saturday. Photo credit: State of Alaska/Reinhard Pantke
Now this is what we call a lazy Saturday Photo credit: State of AlaskaReinhard Pantke
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Mary Robinson
Alaska is known for its abundant watchable wildlife opportunities. What was your favorite animal you saw on an Alaska trip? Photo credit: State of Alaska/Matt Hage
Alaska is known for its abundant watchable wildlife opportunities What was your
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