Mountain Honeymoon Destination: Alaska
With the magnificent sights, vibrant colors, and sounds of nature your Alaskan destination wedding, honeymoon or anniversary will be a magically romantic occasion that will be your dream come true.
Hike the largest mountain in North America, Mount McKinley, located in spectacular Denali National Park. Camp together under the stars in Matanuska-Susitna Valley. Visit the west side of Alaska and experience fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, rafting, and much more. Explore the wild rivers, granite peaks, majestic glaciers, and the rugged beauty of Lake Clark National Park and Reserve. If you want to observe mesmerizing Alaskan wildlife visit Alaska’s inside passage where you will discover the vast, unspoiled coastline by kayak as brown bears forage for food along the beaches and an assortment of species of birds fly overhead. Or just relax as you shop in Anchorage for unique Alaskan products and crafts such as gold nugget jewelry, items carved from ivory or jade, handmade clothing and toys, woven baskets of beach grass, bark, or baleen, and native seal oil candles. No matter what you’re looking for, adventures in Alaska come in all shapes and sizes, so whatever you choose to do in Alaska’s 365 million acres, you’re bound to experience the adventure of your life!
Fulfill your dreams of your carefree, romantic, fun, and private retreat on your Alaskan honeymoon. Raft down the Yukon River together as you focus on only each other. Relax and enjoy diverse mountain ranges, spectacular glaciers, and the extensive Alaskan rain forest all from the comfort of your honeymoon suite. Choose an all-inclusive honeymoon package that may include a premium honeymoon suite with a cozy fireplace next to a spectacular view of the forest or garden, a two person private whirlpool tub, spa treatments, renowned cuisine, refreshing concoctions, and even fresh flowers, champagne and strawberries upon arrival. You will make memories that you will want to relive over and over on an Alaskan honeymoon.
Language: The primary language of Alaska is English.
Time Zone: Alaska is on its own time zone, which is one hour earlier than Pacific Standard Time.
Currency: Alaska’s currency is the US Dollar ($), but in northern parts close to Canada, Canadian currency is also accepted.
Passport: If you are traveling within the US no passport is needed.
Banks/ATMs: Banks and ATMs are located in all major cities of Alaska for your convenience.
Temperatures in Alaska during the summer range from 60°F-80°F. Nighttime and early mornings are cooler, from the 40°F-50°F. In late August and September you could encounter cooler temperatures and slightly fewer hours of sunlight, as fall arrives early at these latitudes. Make sure to check the temperature for the different regions of Alaska as the averages vary.
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