The Bush Travel Guide
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Plan Your The Bush Vacation
Often when an Alaskan talks about going out to the Bush, they mean anywhere off the grid, which is most of Alaska. However, there's another area that Alaskans call the Bush, which refers to those wild and lonely expanses of territory beyond cities, towns, highways, and railroad corridors, stretching from the Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska Peninsula, and Aleutian Islands in the south through the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Seward Peninsula and into the northern High Arctic.
Lodging choices in the Bush are also limited. Some communities have a single hotel; the smallest have none. Others have a mix of hotels and bed-and-breakfasts...read more
Dining options are few when traveling around Alaska's Bush; smaller communities may have one or two eateries, if any at all. On the bright side, you won't...read more
Things To Do in The Bush
Philosophically speaking, the Bush is more a lifestyle...read more
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Alaska Road Trip July 16-30, 2013
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In June, I travelled with Norwegian sun and visited 3 port of calls(Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway). Read more
anybody out there who knows both tours?
We are not sure, if a tour from Seward is nicer/better/more intense/with more glaciers to see than tours wich start from Whittier.
The Seward-tours travel to Read more