• View of Sitka AK
  • Whale in Southeast Alaska
  • Totem in Southeast Alaksa
  • Kayaking in Southeast Alaska
  • Alaska Marine Highway Ferry






Welcome to Alaska’s Inside Passage

Southeast Alaska — a network of sheltered waterways, spruce-covered islands, snow-capped mountains, glacier-fed rivers, and small, beautiful coastal communities, all within America’s largest national forest. We believe it’s the most beautiful place on Earth. But don’t take our word. Find out for yourself.

Alaska Wildlife and Adventure

Home to all the excellent Alaska adventures visitors expect – brown and black bear viewing, orca and humpback whale watching, glacier flightseeing and walkabouts, hiking wilderness trails, and all the heart-pounding experiences one vacation can handle.

Charming Towns, Extensive Activities

Explore Southeast Alaska’s charming towns like Juneau, Alaska’s wilderness capital city, home to the most accessible glaciers in the state. Or Skagway, where the past lives on with a rich and exciting gold rush history. Or Sitka, the picturesque location of the capital of Russian America. Or Haines, where there are more eagles than people. Or Wrangell, home to Anan Bear and Wildlife Observatory (one of Alaska’s prime bear-viewing spots). Or Ketchikan, famous for its totem poles, float planes, and outstanding sport fishing for wild Alaska salmon and halibut.

Plan your trip to Alaska’s Inside Passage

Rich in wilderness, wildlife, culture, and history, Alaska’s Inside Passage is yours to enjoy. Start planning your journey north today – order your vacation planning guides today.

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The Southeast Alaska Tourism Council is a cooperative marketing organization whose members represent the convention and visitors bureaus of Alaska’s Inside Passage.