Alaska, the last frontier of the earth There is no other place like Alaska - unique, primitive place with high mountains, impressive glaciers, silent fjords and stunning wildlife.Alaska has spectacular harbors, rich in local history and old traditions,it is truly the last frontier of the earth.
Kodiak is the second largest island in the area of the U.S., state of Alaska, after the island of Hawaii. Salmon, halibut, the unique Kodiak Bear, Sitka Deer (black tail), and mountain goats invite hunting tourists as well as fishermen to the Kodiak Archipelago.
Homer is a city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. Halibut and salmon sport fishing, along with tourism, commercial fishing, and logging are the dominant industries. Homer co-hosted the 2006 Arctic Winter Games. The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge and the Kachemak Bay co-host a visitor center with interpretive displays known as the "Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center" and there is a cultural and historical museum called "The Pratt Museum".
Juneau (Alaska), USA
Everyone can live an adventure in the picturesque Juneau, the place where gold had been discovered for the first time in Alaska. If you are looking for wildlife, go on a cruise to observe whales and nature. To experience the most exciting flight of your life, nothing is better than an helicopter tour. Otherwise travel back in time and try your skills in finding gold.
Ketchikan, Alaska, USA
Ketchikan, the picturesque world capital of salmon is the starting point for seaplane excursions visiting the National Monument of Misty Fiords, a huge area of wild nature. It also hosts the Tlingkit Indians of Alaska and the largest collection of totem in the world. The traditions are alive, allowing you to experience their rich rituals.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska, USA
Isy Strait Point is located eighty kilometers west of Juneau at the opening of Glasier Bay, where only one ship at a time is allowed to enter. Here, you will have the opportunity for great tours to observe the wildlife and find out the authentic culture of the local Tlingkits. Take a tour to the area of Adolfus Point, one of the best points for watching Alaska's humpback whales and "orcas".
Skagway, Alaska, USA
During the great era of the gold diggers in 1898, Skagkouei was the gateway to Klontaik and was known as "the toughest city in the world" with its 80 saloon. Follow the old path of explorers, from the historic Broadway up to the White Pass top , 1000 meters high, completing your trip with delicious grilled salmon in Liarsvil, a faithfully reconstructed camp for finding gold.
Sitka was once the center of fur trade of the Russian empire. This heritage is visible all around-the Cathedral of St.Michael with the onion-shaped dome, and the Indian fort where the Tlingkit Indians were fighting the Russians settlers. To learn more you can explore the Sitka Sound, visit a desert camp for fishing and wonder in the rainforest with a local guide.
Seward, Alaska, USA
Seward is one of the oldest and most picturesque communities in Alaska, known as "gateway" for the National Park of Kenai Fjord. Visit the Alaska Sea Life Center and study walruses, sea otters, seals, fishes and other species of local marine life in their natural environment.
Vancouver (British Columbia)
Enjoy one of the mildest climates in Canada, spend the day watching the fascinating vegetation of Boutsart Gardens or tasting wines from the Okanagan Valley. Vancouver is surrounded by water on three sides and is close to Coast Mountain area.