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Visit Alaska; The Most Socially Distanced State in The US

Famous for its breathtaking glaciers, picturesque scenery, mountains, magnificent wildlife, and dreamy northern lights, the beauty of the state of Alaska is undeniable.


Also, it may yet be the most socially distanced place in America as residents claim they have been practicing social distancing for years before the pandemic broke out.


Alaska has 734,000 residents over 660,000 square miles of land, making it the least densely populated state in America, a perfect place for social distancing.




  • Current COVID-19 Restrictions

The state has been keen on receiving visitors to enjoy the beauty of Alaska safely. It may not be required, but it is advised to arrive with a negative COVID test result obtained from its testing partners. You can also undergo a test for free in one of the Airports in Alaska.


It is also recommended to check out the latest health and safety advisories for interstate navigation. In addition, fully vaccinated travelers are still expected to follow the CDC COVID-19 guidelines of wearing face covers on public transportations. They should also practice social distancing, using hand sanitizer frequently, and avoiding crowds.


According to age group, different vaccines have been approved in the state. They will be administered at the airport, depending on availability.



  • Places to See in Alaska

Describing the places to see in Alaska will have you searching for the most fitting adjectives to express its magnificent rightly. These are our top two:


Glaciers

Seeing Glaciers on your trip to Alaska is what makes the experience complete and maybe the highlight of your trip. An image of the ice age that is believed to be about 100,000 in Alaska alone. Glaciers are constantly shifting and can move several feet in one day.


A glacier you see today may become an entirely different one tomorrow. It is magical. Some popular ones are Mendenhall Glacier, Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay, Prince William Sound, Tracy Arm, Exit Glacier, Matanuska Glacier, and Spencer Glacier.


National parks

Alaska bears a total of eight national parks, the second-most in the US by state. Jaunty mountains, glaciers, vivid wildlife views can be enjoyed in its endless parks.


The Dendi National park boasts the tallest peak in North America. The bear view in Katmai park is what makes it so famous. People come from all over the world to fish for salmon in its famed Kenai River.


To learn more about the infinite beauty of Alaska and how you can plan a seamless vacation to this awe-striking state, contact us.



Cruises and Vacation is a professional travel agency in the small-town USA. We would love to help you experience and enjoy the thrill of traveling again! Your vacation is long-overdue, and it’s time you went out there and explored the world once more!

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