Alaska is a breathtaking U.S. state that feels more like another country, due to its remote location. On an Alaska cruise, you’ll probably sail the Inside Passage and see the breathtaking Hubbard Glacier or Glacier Bay National Park. It’s also likely that you can take a cruise tour or excursion via train to Denali National Park on a North or Southbound voyage.
Typically, you’ll depart for your Alaska cruise in one of the Pacific Coastal ports of Seattle, Vancouver, or Victoria. Places you’ll stop in on your itinerary will probably include Ketchikan, Sitka, Seward, Juneau, and Skagway.
So what can you expect to see on your Alaska cruise? Towering blue and white glaciers, lots of Native American culture, an old Gold Rush town, vast vistas and forests, and amazing wildlife.
Take an exhilarating ride above the magnificent Skagway glaciers on this once in a lifetime Alaskan helicopter adventure.
Alaska's spectacular marine life and one of its best known glaciers all in a half day program on a boat holding a maximum of 40 guests.
This half day program will give you a city orientation and a visit to the Mendenhall Glacier and visitor's center.
The Misty Fjords National Monument has been carved to impressive perfection by millions of years of glacial activity.
Start with a tour of historic Skagway, and learn of its lawless days during the Klondike Gold Rush & enjoy the beautiful scenery of White Pass Summit.
A visit to Saxman Native Village to see its Totem collection, totem carving and learn more about the Tlingit Indians.
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