Bus Travel To Seward

Bus Travel in Alaska an Overview 

In Anchorage there are public transportation buses “people movers.” For the most part in the rest of Alaska, bus travel is very limited. Seasonal fluctuations in populations, and our vast distances are among a few of the factors that make it very difficult for Alaska to sustain traditional public transportation options. You can take a bus from Fairbanks, Anchorage, or Homer to Seward. For visitors interested in traveling during the off season, particularly our winter months, taking the bus and then relying on local transportation options (taxi, rental car) can be an excellent way to travel. Be sure to give yourself time to experience some heavenly relaxation in our very special cabins, with spectacular wildlife and scenery surrounding them just south of Seward, Alaska, on the shores of Resurrection Bay, on the Kenai Peninsula.

Cooper Landing is nearest stop in the off-season. Service in off-season is limited to a few days per week. Park Connection is bus service primarily for cruise ship travelers, but may be used by other independent travelers. For service between Denali, Fairbanks and Seward. Summer only, May require bus change in Anchorage. Alaska Direct Bus Line provides year round service between Anchorage and other communities. Service between Fairbanks, Anchorage, Whitehorse, Haines, and Skagway (Alaska Marine Highway) year round. Service between Tok and Dawson City, YT, in the summer. Once you arrive in Seward, the cabins are about 3 miles away. You can take a taxi or get a rental car from the local Hertz.

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