THE AURORA BRIGHTEN ALASKA’S SKIES THROUGH APRIL
Quick inside tip: Mid-August through April are the best months for viewing the northern lights in Southcentral Alaska. That means there are about two more months for your clients to see this magical natural phenomenon. Find the best spots to view the aurora and other insights See More
ONLY IN ANCHORAGE
Winter in Anchorage is a season of contrasts: During the Fur Rondy festival, bright fireworks and colorful carnival lights illuminate night skies, and residents and visitors fill the days with traditional sports like dog sledding and offbeat events like the Running of the Reindeer. The list of quirky activities is long and include several experiences your clients won’t want to miss. Learn More
PUBLIC LANDS CENTER REMODEL
The Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center, which operates year-round, has opened new, free exhibits that provide a fun, interactive, and holistic overview of Alaska’s state and federal lands. Start your clients’ Alaska adventure here to gain a sense of place and context. Visitors typically spend about 30 minutes to two hours exploring the exhibits or planning their adventures. Learn More
TRAVEL TRADE NEWS
Join Visit Anchorage for an online training to become an Anchorage Wild Expert with webinars on March 10 & 24. Enhance your knowledge and sales pitch to increase your Alaska sales. Register at Anchorage.net.