Visit Southeast – Alaska’s Inside Passage
Welcome to Alaska’s Inside Passage, a network of sheltered waterways and seaside towns in Alaska’s southeast panhandle that travelers have used for thousands of years to avoid the open ocean. The usually calm passage weaves between spruce-covered islands, snow-capped mountains, glacier-fed rivers and small, beautiful coastal communities, all within America’s largest national forest.
Here, float planes land outside cedar B&Bs, fishing boats nose out from docks at dawn and cruise ships ease into ports lined with shops. The region was settled thousands of years ago by Alaska’s Native peoples and their vibrant culture is very much alive today. Hand-carved totem poles stand watch over Gold Rush-era buildings and the descendants of pioneers who came north chasing their dreams. The local economy was built on logging, mining and fishing, but it’s the spectacular outdoors that draws most visitors.
Here, you will fall in love every day with what we believe is the most beautiful place on Earth. There’s simply nowhere else like it. But don’t take our word. Find out for yourself. Journey north and discover…
Alaska’s Inside Passage