Destination Alaska!

According to Travel Weekly, “Alaska has displaced Las Vegas as the most popular U.S. travel destination for 2015 in Travel Leaders Group’s annual year end Travel Trends Survey.” There are many ways to enjoy an Alaskan adventure! We think cruising is a great option! Voyage of the glaciers, one of Princess Cruise Lines most popular, offers stunning views. Cruising and tours will get you to multiple destinations in Alaska, Cruise Sun Princess Aug07 082 and take you more into the interior. Maybe riding your bike along the Iditarod route, like owner of Artic Cycles Billy Koitzsch, is your idea of adventure! Fly into anchorage and rent a motor home for the week as you drive around and take in the sights…

Here at Journey Travel we are not surprised Alaska has become increasingly popular! Our agents have been enjoying this travel destination for years.  In fact one of our agents, Linda Taylor is the preferred booking agent for an Alaskan fishing lodge, Sportsman Cove Lodge, located on Prince of Wale’s Island in SE Alaska. HalibutThey are one of the longest established lodges in Alaska. Take in the marvelous view as you arrive by float plane to this secluded destination.  Our veteran agent has been there many times enjoying all that Alaska has to offer. She is well suited to meet your needs when it comes to booking travel to the lodge, along with her contracted  hotel rates in Ketchikan, and expertise of Alaska overall.

Thanks for stopping by today,

Journey Travel ~ where your journey begins!

Stieghorst, T. (December 19, 2014). Alaska Bumps Las Vegas as top U.S. destination in survey. Travel Weekly, Retrieved from;

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