Southeast Alaska, referred to as the "Southeast Panhandle" is made up of more than a thousand islands that stretch approximately 500 miles from Yakutat to Dixon Entrance.
Only three communities in Southeast are connected to the road system: Haines, Skagway and Hyder.
For most Southeast communities, the principal means of transportation is either by air or sea.
BY SEA - The Alaska State Ferries travel the Inside Passage year-round, departing from Bellingham, Washington or Prince Rupert, British Columbia, the ferries make stops in Ketchikan, Hollis (Prince of Wales), Wrangell, Petersburg, Kake, Sitka, Angoon, Tenakee, Hoonah, Juneau, Haines and Skagway.
If you plan to travel and bring a vehicle between the first of May and the first of October make your ferry reservations at least six months in advance - the ferries fill fast.
For more information on the Alaska State Ferry call 1-800-642-0066 or follow this link Alaska Marine Hwy.
BY AIR - Alaska Airlines is the major airlines for most of Southeast. The airlines flies into Yakutat, Glacier Bay, Petersburg, Juneau, Sitka, Wrangell and Ketchikan. You can reach Alaska Airlines by calling 1-800-252-7522 or follow this link Alaska Airlines
All of the more remote areas are reachable by small planes. In Ketchikan we suggest Southeast Aviation for all of your air taxi needs. For sight-seeing or transportation between most SE cities and remote areas.
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