Spring Into a Southeast Alaska Vacation

AKontheGO publisher Erin Kirkland has a few ideas for exploring Southeast Alaska between March and May.  After 10 years of writing about traveling Alaska with children, I have a pretty good idea of what’s hot, or not, in the realm of family-friendly fun. So when January rolls around each year and my email inbox fills […]

El Capitan Cave – A Southeast Alaska Sweet Spot for Big Kids

Caves, in Alaska? Well, I never…. It’s true, readers; gored deep into the core of Prince of Wales Island sits a marvel of geology and anthropology just waiting for older children to explore as part of a southeast Alaska family vacation. El Capitan Cave Interpretive Site is a 13,000-foot wormhole of rock – the largest […]