Unalaska/Port of Dutch Harbor Convention & Visitors Bureau
Discover a destination full of breathtaking scenery. From windswept volcanic peaks surrounded by the sea, to green valleys dotted with the vibrant colors of wildflowers in the summer and blanketed with snow in the winter. A place with rich diverse history where culture and commerce have co-existed since the mid-1700s and where World War II left an indelible mark on the land and its people. A place that today is the number one commercial fishing port in the nation. Located on the Aleutian Chain, approximately 900 miles southwest of Anchorage, Unalaska/Dutch Harbor is full of opportunities. Hike on trails, some of which were established thousands of years ago by the indigenous Unangan people whom have continuously inhabited these islands for roughly 9,000 years. Go birding, beach combing, berry picking, fishing, skiing or kayaking. Whether you're flying in, setting out by ferry, visiting us on a cruise ship, coming here on business or just looking for a unique getaway: Adventure awaits you in Undiscovered, Unforgettable, Unalaska.