Alaska one of the perfect destination for White Christmas Holiday offers a number of great events and festivals for vacation time to put you and your family in the Christmas spirit. North pole becomes favorite destination where people celebrates the magic of Christmas lighting ceremonies across the region which completes with arts, crafts, local foods and holiday gifts for purchase which also take in the sight of this massive winter wonderland from the warmth and safety of a holiday train as it cuts through the snow-covered landscape of Alaska. People in Alaska celebrates Christmas on December 25th, just as people do in the continent of the US. For a pre-Christmas visitSanta Clause may arrive, but, food, gift giving, and decorations are like what you might see in Texas or Wisconsin. Each living house in Alaska songs are caroled on Christ is born. The host providesdoughnuts, cookies, candies, piruk, or fish pie and sometimes smoked salmon to the carolers post the event. In this region children wander from house to house carrying a colored star on a long pole, and singing carols. It can be said that Christmas is the best time of the year especially in Alaska. Children get to hop off the bus for Christmas break and run home surrounded by hills of snow. The nights are nice and long and people enjoy the town Christmas lights and even zoos light up for the holidays.
Most Alaskan Christians celebrate Christmas on December 25th, just as people do in the continent of the US. Santa Claus may arrive for a pre-Christmas visit, but, food, gift giving, and decorations are like what you might see in Texas or Wisconsin. The songs sang at each home include Aleut words Gristuusaaq suu'uq, or Christ is born. Everyone joins in the closing words, Mnogaya leta, or god grant you many years. At the end of the carols the host provides carolers with maple-frosted doughnuts, cookies, candy, piruk, or fish pie, and sometimes smoked salmon. In Alaska children wander from house to house carrying a colored star on a long pole, and singing carols.