Alaska State Souvenirs
Always remember The Last Frontier with unique Alaska souvenirs from Americaware.
These items are also great Alaska gift ideas for family and friends.
Alaska Travel Highlights
Among the northernmost cities on Earth, uniquely combines the conveniences of the modern world with a rugged, natural environment that has all but vanished from populated regions of the world. In Anchorage, you can watch moose in the morning and ballet in the afternoon. It’s an urban enclave with big-city amenities: fine restaurants, museums, theaters and an excellent music scene, but surrounded by wilderness adventures just a short drive from downtown
Denali National Park & Preserve
Encompassing six million acres of pure Alaskan interior wilderness topped by Denali (20,310ft) aka Mount McKinley North America’s highest peak, this national park is Alaska’s ultimate showstopper. The park is home to wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, moose, caribou and Dali sheep. Best time to visit Denali is the summer when most services and activities are possible, and is when access into the park is easiest. The "core" season runs June 8 - mid-September each year.
Set at the southernmost entrance to Alaska’s famed Inside Passage – it is the first city you reach as you cruise north. Backed by the lush, forested slopes of Deer Mountain and facing the buzzing Tongass Narrows waterway. Picturesque Ketchikan hugs the shoreline of Revillagigedo Island for 30 miles, with many businesses located in pastel-hued overwater bungalows accessed via suspended walkways.
Glacier Bay National Park
Alaska is famed for its Inside Passage cruises, and for many visitors passing through this UNESCO-listed national park en route is the highlight of their trip. Glacier Bay has towering snow-capped mountains, abundant birds & wildlife, and mile after mile of pristine coastline. Margerie Glacier calves 100-tonne icebergs into the tidewater while orcas, sea lions, seals and other marine animals frolic in the crystal-clear waters surrounding it.