ANCHORAGE TO SEWARD DIRECT TRANSFER
If you’re looking for an affordable and exciting bus transfer as part of your Alaska cruise ship trip, our Anchorage to Seward Bus Transfer is for you. Our fleet of vans and buses will provide a narrated and comfortable journey from the Anchorage airport to the cruise ship terminal in Seward.
Instead of overspending on a train, take advantage of our transfer service and get to see the Alaskan wilderness in luxury as you learn about the history of our state.
While en route to Seward, traveling one of the beautiful highways in Alaska, our tour guides will tell you all about Alaska history, nature, and wildlife, allowing you to learn while also soaking in some of the most beautiful views in the world. Make your reservation in advance to enjoy one of the most unforgettable bus rides in North America for a reasonable cost.
Our fleet of vans and buses are some of the most modern and comfortable available, offering tinted, large windows for privacy and easy sightseeing, accessible entrances, air conditioning and heating, and full-sized bus seats so you don’t have to be squeezed in with someone else. This is combined with narration from our expert tour guides, ensuring that your Alaska vacation is one that you will never forget.
About Seward, Alaska
Seward is one of the most famous cities in Alaska due to its proximity to Anchorage, making it an easy place for Alaskans and tourists alike to watch glaciers and fish.
Seward is named after William Seward, who served as Secretary of State under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson and who negotiated the Alaska Purchase in 1867 from Russia. At the time, Seward’s critics saw the purchase as foolish, as Alaska was a remote land that was thought to be worthless. Seward defended his decision for the rest of his life, arguing that Americans would eventually realize Alaska’s true value.
Since then, Alaska has become one of the most prosperous states in the Union, paying for its original purchase price many times over with oil, gold, fur, fish, timber, and other natural resources. It has also become a tourist powerhouse, with thousands of people visiting Alaska every year to take in its natural beauty and observe its diverse wildlife.
While there is plenty to see and do in Seward, don’t expect to see walruses or polar bears unless you visit during the Seward Polar Bear Jump-Off Festival. Every January during the third week, costume- and cape-clad characters take a dive into the frigid waters of Resurrection Bay and pop back out. This feat of athleticism and endurance earns them membership in the Polar Bear Cub, making the festival a major attraction for tourists during Alaska’s cold winters.
In addition to these sights, Resurrection Bay is a tourist attraction on its own, drawing numerous sightseers, fishers, boaters, and others. Resurrection Bay also borders Kenai Fjords National Park, where visitors can observe glaciers and Alaskan wildlife. Finally, Seward is the historic beginning of the Alaska Railroad, which goes to Fairbanks, and is also the starting point of the Iditarod Trail, the famous gold rush-era mail route to Nome.
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