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SEWARD, ALASKA TRANSPORTATION

  In this scenic town you will find a gorgeous, deep blue Resurrection Bay with its rich wildlife on one side and snowcapped peaks, with impassable cliffs and ridges on the other. Fantastic hiking trails, an adorable downtown, the awesome Alaska SeaLife Center and excellent in-town camping make this the perfect vacation getaway. And this is the place to be on the 4th of July.

  This city is known as a base for boat tours into Kenai Fjords National Park, Iditarod National Historic Trail, Alaska Marine Hwy and Seward Hwy - avoiding this town would take effort. There are numerous private charters that can take you on ocean-going tours of Kenai Fjords National Park. There are also great opportunities for kayaking, fishing, hiking, and much more in this area.

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 Welcome to Seward, Alaska! Seward Cruise Ship Shuttle Service, Seward Alaska bus service, Limousine of Alaska offers transportation From Seward to Fairbanks, Denali, Talkeetna. Alaska Cruise Ship Transfers, Anchorage Cruise ship car services, Seward bus tour.

Seward to Anchorage/Anchorage to Seward Shuttle Service

SEWARD TO ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE TO SEWARD
NARRATED DIRECT TRANSFER OPTION
Pick up and drop off directly at the cruise ship or Anchorage hotels, airport, car rentals.

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SEWARD TO ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE TO SEWARD
NARRATED WILDLIFE TOUR OPTION
Pick up and drop off directly at the cruise ship or Anchorage hotels, airport, car rentals.

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SEWARD TO ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE TO SEWARD
ALL DAY 8.5 HOUR TOUR OPTION
Includes all most popular attractions and lunch to keep you entertained for the day.

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  We take you door to door with all of your luggage unlike cruise ship transportation that take you only to a specific location. Additional charges may apply for multiple drop off points and fuel surcharge. Please Contact Us for schedule and pick up locations.

  Limousine of Alaska is you ultimate Alaska cruise ship transportation with our luxurious vehicles, competitive prices, and professional service, we won't have to worry about luggage, traffic or anything else.

  Introducing Seward Coach Bus Service - a long distance transportation solution connecting Alaska's cities such as Seward to Denali Park, Fairbanks, Tok, Valdez, Homer, and all the cities in between. CONTACT US so we can meet your transportation needs.

  Let us show you Alaska's most scenic highways from Seward cruise ship to any destination of your choice. We offer flexible service to fit your needs, we will take you straight to your destination or overnight in Anchorage if you are too tired or would like to explore Anchorage.

  You will travel in a comfortable seating with large picture view windows, overhead and rear luggage storage, generous head and leg room, air conditioning, and a Plasma TV. Our professional and knowledgeable drivers will safely take you to your destination and surround you with excellent service and knowledge of Alaska's highways. Contact Alaska Coach Bus Service and let us know your transportation needs and find out about our rates and schedule.

SEWARD SCENIC TOUR

8 to 9 hour tour

  Limousine of Alaska offers a gorgeous tour to Seward. We will pick you up from hotel or airport, take you to Seward in a safety, luxury, and comfort of our comfortable coach bus. You will enjoy the most gorgeous drive in the world, along the splendid scenery of the Kenai Mountains, beautiful lakes, glacier access, and many more. Don't forget your camera! We will stop at Alaska Big Game, the most famous zoo in Alaska, where you can enjoy variety of wild animals from Caribou to Black Bear.

   Disembark your cruise ship and board the bus about 9:00AM. Start in Seward and enjoy this informative tour on your way to Anchorage. Take a quick look at a small-boat harbor that is filled with pleasure craft as well as commercial fishing vessels and tour boats. About 4 miles north of Seward we turn west to reach Exit Glacier, the only glacier accessible by the road. With only a short walk, you can stand right next to this majestic glacier. Enjoy the ride on Seward Highway enjoy the ride through the pristine Kenai Mountains above and below tree line. Pass thru Moose Pass with wonderful views of pristine mountains, glaciers, and wildlife. We will make plenty of stops for pictures.

  Next visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, where you can view bison, elk, eagles, moose, caribou, and musk oxen in a natural setting. Continue on the highway, view the remains of Portage, a small town ravaged in the 1964 earthquake. Next stop is at Girdwood at Alyeska Ski Resort. Take a tram up the Alyeska Mountain 2,300 feet to enjoy the spectacular views of seven glaciers, majestic mountains and Turnagain Arm (if weather permits). Continuing North on the Seward, Turnagain Arm stretches on the left side of the road. Stop at the waysides, where often you can see Dall sheep at Windy point or beluga whales at Beluga point. Check out the progress of salmon fisherman below the bridges along the highway. Just south of Anchorage, the road borders Potter Marsh, a portion of the Anchorage Coastal Waterfowl Refuge.

   Arrive to Anchorage - largest city in Alaska. Most visitors that come to Alaska to experience the "true wilderness" tend to overlook Anchorage, but it's well worth spending some time here experiencing the only big-city taste that the state has to offer. First visit Alaska Wildberry Products where you can get some Alaskan chocolate, smoked salmon and other gifts. Take a glance of the original tent city that started in the Ship Creek area and now also occupied by Alaska Railroad Depot. Take a quick look at the salmon waters and watch the fish running up the stream. Watch the locals trying to catch the salmon. Next see the Earthquake Park, which now stands on the land liquefied - swallowing the coast line when the "Good Friday" earthquake rocked Anchorage in March of 1964. The park carries monuments and reader boards with information on the great quake. Continue on to the stop at Point Woronzof, is a great opportunity to see Cook Inlet and the whole city from the distance. Next you will get to see Lake Hood, which is the largest and busiest floatplane base in the world. Lake Hood is a great place to relax and watch the many landings and takeoffs of floatplanes. Then back to downtown where you get to see a whole downtown area. While enjoying the ride make sure to notice Anchorage’s famous flowers and great shopping areas! We will drop off anywhere in Anchorage after the tour ends.

We offer the highest quality service in Alaska with competitive prices.

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