Where Will You Travel When This Pandemic Loosens Its Grip?

Watching videos.
Flipping through pictures.
Planning for the future.
Although this is the day when you should have been taking one of the most highly rated glacier helicopter tours, you are instead at home. You are still with your family, but you are stuck in the midwest instead of visiting the Alaska sites that have been on your wish lis for years. Yesterday was the day when your daughters planned for the family to take a dogsled tour, but you were instead home on that day as well. Fortunately, you paid extra for nearly every kind of trip insurance and the businesses that you have worked have offered refunds or helped you plan for a future date when you can finally get back to life as normal.
Cancelled Travel Plans Add Disappointment to the Anxiousness Many Americans Feel
Instead of feeling scared or worried, it has been easier these last three weeks to focus on the disappointment of the travel events this pandemic has created. Quite simply, it is easier to

Getting the Most out of an Alaska Visit

Many Americans like to take vacations every year, and often, they take vacations that are 50 miles away or further from home to see and experience exotic and new things. Americans want to get away from the bustle and routine of everyday life and work, and this means visiting many different popular vacation spots domestic and abroad. Among locations in the United States, some of the most popular places for a vacation are the coasts of Florida and California, and especially Hawaii and its islands like Oahu. These places are popular for their warm beaches and swimming and boat opportunities, but for those who want something different, Alaska beckons as a vast and attractive wilderness to tour. Somewhere cold like Alaska may sound like an odd vacation choice for some, but for adults who love the rugged outdoors and staking their claim in a tough land like the Alaskan tundra, visiting this vast state can be highly appealing for a number of reasons. Why visit the so-called “icebox” for a vac