Itinerary help south Alaska
We are planning a trip to Alaska for next summer and need help with some details. This is the plan as of today:
Arriving to Anchorage and driving to Alyaska, staying 2 nights in Alyaska with day cruise from Whittier.
3 nights in Seward with hiking, fishing, and visiting Exit Glacier.
Driving to Cooper Landing, spending few hours there, driving to Anchorage.
Two nights in Anchorage, after second night am train to Denali park.
We also would like to see Homer, but it is almost 6 hrs 1 way. Is Homer worth driving that much to spend 1 night there and to drive back the next day in expense of cutting short our stay in Seward? Is plan we have good and we will have many different things to see and different experiences around Seward and Cooper Landing?
We are going to Denali park by train and coming back by train... That is kind of expensive and inconvenient on the way back. There is no car rental in Denali. We are not trying to save money, but rather try to get the best experience.
Any other suggestions regarding itinerary, transportation, sightseeing are greatly appreciated!