Where to Go
Wildlife Viewing

Deciding where to go isn’t always easy in Alaska. The state encompasses almost 590,000 square miles (one-fifth the area of the contiguous United States); six major regions of differing climate, topography, and plant life; and 44,000 miles of coastline. To help narrow your choices, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Watchable Wildlife Program has compiled information about viewing locations around the state. Click on different areas of the state map or select from the list below for information.