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Visit Sitka Magazine “Official Visitors’ Guide” Released

Apr 5, 2019 | Featured, News, Tourism

Marc Cappelletti

SITKA – The new Visit Sitka Magazine is now available online at VisitSitka.org, offering travel inspiration for visitors through dynamic images and engaging stories.  “We are excited to be rolling out this fully re-envisioned guide,” said Rachel Roy, Executive Director at Visit Sitka.  From unparalleled wilderness adventures and wildlife encounters to unique cultural experiences and arts explorations, fall in love with Sitka. 

The magazine highlights places to dine, shop, stay and play throughout Sitka and its stunning surroundings.  Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside:

  • Fishing with Friends
  • Be Our Guest
  • A Taste of Sitka
  • Eating Alaska
  • Reviving Space and Soul
  • A Stay with a View
  • A Celebration of Tlingit Culture

The “Visit Sitka Magazine” launch is driven by customer feedback and is part of Visit Sitka’s commitment to deliver the latest product updates in collaboration with its partners, supporting the local year-round economy in the Sitka community.  View digitally, download or order a printed copy now at VisitSitka.org.  Printed guides will be distributed and available locally mid-April. 

“Thank you @visitsitka for an amazing article about @sitkalighthouse,” commented Teal West, Rockwell Lighthouse owner. “We are so very honored to be included in your visitors guide.”

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