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Alaskan Lodges: Truly Experience Alaska

Alaskan Lodges: Truly Experience Alaska

Many people vacation to exotic places to absorb the breathtaking beauty that the land has to offer and take part in the diverse cultural activities only to spend their nights in a run of the mill, standard hotel room. What fun is there in that? Truth be told, one hotel room is identical to another. When these people wake up, do they know where they are? Are they really experiencing the land and culture of their chosen getaway destination?

Take Alaska for instance. By day, this magical land has a lot to offer: scenic glacier cruises, kayaking, fishing, hiking, wildlife, music, fine dining. Who wants that magic to end when you go to your room? Wouldn’t it make much more sense to fill your nights with something that is uniquely Alaska? With Alaskan lodges, you can do exactly that.

Situated in prime locations all throughout the state, rustic, beautiful Alaskan lodges bring the Alaskan experience to a whole new level. The lodges feature lush accommodations nestled in some of the most scenic and beautiful parts of the state. Most Alaskan lodges are stunningly constructed and decorated to reflect the Alaskan heritage and the surrounding countryside. Many are even themed to your favorite activities such as fishing.

Imagine the experience of sleeping in a cozy cabin overlooking the scenic turquoise water of the Kenai River. Every morning you would awake to the sounds of the surrounding wilderness and think about which activity you were going to enjoy that day: hiking, rafting or guided fishing.

Or you could stay at one of the many gorgeous lodges in and around the Denali National Park, home of Mt. McKinley. These lodges feature fine dining, luxurious accommodations and views that are spectacular. Imagine waking up in the morning to a breathtaking view of a grazing moose or Mt. McKinley from the privacy of your own room.

Not only do the Alaskan lodges surrounding Denali have a lot to offer, the park itself can keep you intrigued for days. Home to wildlife such as moose, grizzly bears and gray wolves, Denali National Park offers a wide variety of activities including midnight sun golfing, ATV adventures, airborne glacier viewing and landings, river rafting, music and exquisite dining.

And Alaskan lodges can be quite inexpensive if you are a smart shopper. While some lodge accommodations which include guided tours can be nearly $500 per night, you can find lodging for as little as $100 per night. That’s almost the price of a standard hotel room.

So what are you waiting for? Why not see for yourself what Alaskan lodges have to offer. You may just find yourself making a reservation.