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Seward Highway, Alaska

Alaska’s Seward Highway stretches over a distance of just over 200km and allows drivers to make their way between Seward and Anchorage in a matter of less than 3 hours. For visitors to these parts, the best part about a road trip is being able to take your time and enjoy as many of the sights around you as possible. Another important factor when enjoying a scenic drive is comfort. Packing all of your luggage, food items and other accessories into a regular car will leave you with little leg room. On the other hand, why not rent a campervan rental or motorhome hire instead? An RV rental will help you save on hotel accommodation and you’ll have much more room to stretch your legs. Not to mention the convenience of having your own mini kitchen and on board bathroom!

Seward Highway, Alaska

Anchorage, Kenai Fjords National Park and Seward

In Anchorage, Prince William Sound is the natural destination of choice. It has remained wonderfully untouched over the years and is a haven for wildlife. If you fancy a hike, you can explore the Chugach National Forest. The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center provides visitors with insight into the local history and culture as does the Alaska Native Heritage Center. There are a number of great hiking trails in the area.

Whale Bones at Alaska Native Heritage Centre

Like any road trip, you need to ensure that you make the most of your starting point before you depart. That is, unless you are making it a round trip and you wish to save your exploring for when your drive comes to a conclusion. When you start in Anchorage, there’s a whole lot to see and do!
The Kenai Fjords National Park is an absolute must visit while you are in Seward. You simply cannot miss out on such amazing beauty. Resurrection Bay and Holgate Glacier are two of the most popular natural sights here. You can also enjoy a stroll around the local harbour, a visit to the local aquarium or even enjoy a boat ride! There’s something for everyone in Seward!

Exit Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Sightseeing as you drive

As you depart, you will notice how your surroundings have a kind of wild appeal. Nature has remained well preserved in these parts which makes it an exceptional experience for anyone who needs a break from the usual hustle and bustle of their daily lives.

Compared to the rest of Alaska, this region has relatively mild weather so you might notice thriving agriculture in certain places.

Make sure to keep a look out for glaciers, magnificent mountains and local wildlife as you drive and whenever you stop for a break along the way.

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