Two investor groups have teamed with Norwegian Cruise Lines to build a two-berth dock in Ketchikan’s Ward Cove.
The building features 99 rooms, including 55 junior suites – a first for the company’s 68-acre hotel property, which sits at the edge of the Nenana River
On a given summer day in Juneau, it can be hard to tell that there may be 10,000 tourists roaming around the island.
The capital budget signed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy includes several projects important to the visitor industry, including $7.4 million for tourism marketing by the ATIA.
Alaska lost two of its biggest economic boosters with the deaths of State Senator Chris Birch and businessman Scott Hawkins.
The escalating landslide, at Mile 45.4 of the park road, is called Pretty Rocks, and it has been on the park’s radar for a long time.
CNN Travel named Anchorage among the best places to travel for the summer of 2019, and TripAdvisor, one of the world’s largest travel sites, named Sitka one of ‘‘17 Beautiful Small Towns to Visit in the U.S.”
Thirty years ago, a boat specifically built to ply iceberg-filled waters left its dock on the southwest side of Portage Lake for the first of hundreds of awe-inspiring trips back to the Ice Age.
Eating out is a big part of the visitor experience and 92% of Juneau visitors said they were satisfied with the Capital City’s restaurants.
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority cited two cruises lines for their voluntary efforts to conserve energy and reduce emissions.
CLIA Alaska President John Binkley is stepping down to return to his family business.