Early figures from the 2022 tourist season in Anchorage appear to approach some all-time records. Tourism-related revenue, hotel performance, and visitation all posted year-over-year gains.
A $6.7 million federal grant lets the Mat-Su Convention & Visitors Bureau build a replacement for the Gateway Visitor Center.
Four more businesses have joined the Adventure Green Alaska program for sustainable tourism, which is managed by the Alaska Travel Industry Association.
Holland America’s business is putting passengers on the water, not pulling seafood out of it, yet the cruise line is the first to be certified by Responsible Fisheries Management for sustainability.
The visitors center in Nome for Bering Land Bridge National Preserve becomes more welcoming thanks to a $4.4 million grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust.
Great Alaskan Holidays continues to strengthen its motor home sales and rental technical support team by adding three highly skilled RV Technicians.