4 Reasons to Make Alaska Your Summer Assignment

You can explore Alaska's wilderness by foot, by train or by kayak this summer.

The summer is normally when the temperature creeps up – and stays up! – leaving you yearning for a cooler destination. In Alaska during the summer, the sun glows all night during May and June – with the sun just starting to set after 10 p.m. during July and August. With so much daylight, it’s the perfect opportunity to go exploring. Travel and Leisure noted that several airlines are increasing the number of flights available to this secluded part of the world – so what’s stopping you? Check out our top four list of reasons why Alaska just might be for you!

Breathtaking views from the water

Tourists fawn over the glaciers in this state as they have a faint blue hue. Sunset Magazine noted that Alaska is home to 100,000 glaciers

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