Due to the global pandemic, 2020 and 2021 have been very rough. Especially, the travel and tourism has been among the most affected sectors with a massive fall of international demand amid global travel restrictions including many borders fully closed, to contain the virus. After the situation has been better and 2022 seems to be the travel year, we're here with some amazing reasons to visit Alaska in 2022:
Plenty of wildlife sights
Enjoy the chance to spot some of the state's most famed wildlife such as caribou, moose, grizzly bears and black bears with ease in fall. We suggest heading to Kenai Fjords National Park in fall for a chance to watch the whales before they migrate and Denali National Park for the best opportunities to spot bears.
Explore admirable seaside towns
Most visitors come to Alaska via cruise or land tour, hitting specific landmarks along the way such as the Inside Passage, Denali, Anchorage, Fairbanks and Skagway. This leaves little time on their itinerary to check out the other lesser-known towns. Spend some time exploring some of Alaska's other charming areas, including Haines, Talkeetna, Gustavus and Girdwood for unspoiled fall views and a chance to mingle with locals.
The chance to see the northern lights
Alaska's darker skies and earlier sunsets can add to your chances of spotting the aurora borealis during a fall visit. Travel specialists recommend a stay of at least three nights in the north for the best chance of watching green, blue, yellow, pink and orange streaks color the dark night sky in autumn.
An opportunity for Salmon fishing
Autumn is one of the prime times for avid salmon fishing fans to take part in the sport. There's a decent chance for fishing in mid- to late-October, but September is the best time to rake in a great silver salmon catch thanks to abundant populations of the species at this time of year.
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