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How much are vacation packages to Alaska?
$578 is all you need to spend for an unforgettable escape in Alaska. Bundle your flights and hotel into a vacation package with Travelocity and watch the savings start to add up. With these kinds of prices, it’s never been easier to travel!
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Alaska?
For the perfect Alaska package deal, turn to Travelocity. Select from 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties worldwide to create the ultimate trip — it couldn’t be simpler.
Why should I book my Alaska vacation bundle via Travelocity?
Because life is all about the journey, and we’ve got everything you could hope for to help you on your way. With our exceptional service and Price Match Guarantee, you can organize your trip with confidence. Plus, you can sleep easy on the road knowing we’ve got you covered with our 24/7 support.
Can I save on my Alaska car rental if I bundle it with my hotel or flight?
You can with our Alaska vacation packages. With one of these, there are tons of ways to make your travel budget go further. Combine any two or more car, flight, hotel and tour bookings and watch the savings add up. With a rental car, all the popular attractions around Alaska are a fun road trip away.
What is the best time of year to go to Alaska?
That all comes down to whether you’d like to save cash or visit Alaska at its most exciting. The quietest time to see this part of the world is . But if you’d like to experience this destination in peak season, consider . Want to save your hard-earned money? The most affordable month is . usually has the highest prices.
What is there to do in Alaska?
Alaska boasts hidden gems at every turn, but make sure you see Alyeska Ski Resort and Kincaid Park while you’re in town. These attractions are popular with visitors.
Can I go on vacation to Alaska at this time?
Find out all the info you should know about quarantine policies and travel restrictions ahead of your journey to Alaska. Our Covid-19 Travel Advisor is full of advice to help make your trip relaxed and stress-free.

Where to stay in Alaska: Best areas for travelers

  • Anchorage: Leave your worries behind you at a reputable hotel like the Westmark Anchorage Hotel, the Historic Anchorage Hotel or the Hilton Anchorage. Then, wander around renowned attractions such as Alyeska Ski Resort.
  • Fairbanks: You'll have your work cut out for you working out which of the many attractions to head to here first. Make a start at Chena Hot Springs, Fort Wainwright and Santa Claus House. If you've still got energy to spare, pay a visit to Fairbanks Ice Museum and Pioneer Park. Wondering where you can get some shut-eye? The Candlewood Suites Fairbanks, the Hampton Inn & Suites Fairbanks and the Clarion Hotel & Suites Fairbanks near Ft. Wainwright are a few nearby favorites.
  • Homer: If you're eager for a fix of nature, this is the place for you. Homer is jampacked with awesome natural attractions, from Homer Spit to Homer Harbor and Kachemak Bay State Park. After a day of sightseeing, unwind at the Kings Landing, the Red Door Lodge or the Pioneer Inn Downtown. You'll need your energy to visit other top sights like Calvin & Coyle Nature Trail Trailhead, Wynn Nature Center and Kachemak Bay State Park.
  • Juneau: This place offers plenty to keep you occupied. Why not begin your escape with an outing to Mendenhall Glacier? After you're done there, Mount Roberts Tramway and Mendenhall Ice Caves will be ready and waiting for you. You'll be able to select from a variety of hotel options, like The Driftwood Hotel, the Ramada by Wyndham Juneau and the Silverbow Inn. After you check in, be sure to explore other great attractions like Tracy Arm Fjord, Taku Glacier and Auke Bay.
  • Seward: Do you like staying in the middle of the city but also desire access to nature too? Some of the places you should stop by during your getaway here are Kenai Fjords National Park and Exit Glacier. If you're yearning for more time around Mother Nature, you shouldn't miss Ptarmigan Lake Trail, Holgate Glacier, Resurrection Bay and Mount Marathon either. All that sightseeing and running around can be exhausting, so lay your head at someplace welcoming like the Alaska Coastal Lodging, the Harborview Inn or the Murphy's Alaskan Inn.