The tours designed around these Alaskan tour cruises are breathtaking. The state of Alaska is practically an entire natural preserve that is a favoured destination to travelers seeking beautiful scenery and a breath of fresh air through tours.
Cruises are an amazing way to see Alaska. These Alaskan tours will show you the 'Great Frontier', it conjures images of jagged islands, imposing glaciers and isolated towns mad accessible through cruises. And an Alaska tour is the perfect way to take in the sights.
On an Alaska cruise
These Tours display an array of wildlife and unspoiled wilderness, and the amazing Alaskan culture.
There are a number of Alaska cruise deals available including:
- A 7 night roundtrip from Vancouver or Seattle, cruising through the inside passage northbound.
- A 7 night northbound cruise from Vancouver or Seattle.
- 7 night Southbound from Whittler or Seward.
- A 14 night ultimate Gulf of Alaska and Inside Passage round trip from Seattle.
- At certain times of year it is possible to get cheap Alaska cruises so it is always wise to keep an eye out on the specials or to sign up to our Cruise Mail.
Because Alaska's terrain is so rugged and challenging, it is a destination that begs to be explored. Navigating the state's maze of glaciers, waterways, forests and fjords is a daunting task, and therefore adding on a tour to your Alaska cruise ensures that you won't miss out on any of the heralded natural attractions.
Extend your Alaskan stay
Why not add onto your Alaska cruise a 3 to 12 day land extension train and coach tour from Anchorage into Denali National Park. With 6 million acres of pristine sub-arctic wilderness, Denali will provide you with an up-close and personal experience of the many splendours of flora, fauna and spectacular scenery the area showcases.
Experience the awe-inspiring scenery of the Canadian Rockies in pure luxury aboard the Gold Leaf Rocky Mountaineer train.
Travelling from Vancouver to Jasper, the train journey takes in the spectacular scenery of Lake Louise and Banff Springs.
Talk to your consultant today about how you can optimise your Alaska cruise experience.
- Snorkel the calm, clear waters of Mountain Point in Ketchikan.
- Enjoy a beautiful mountain bike trek along the Inside Passage.
- Fly-fish for cutthroat, rainbow trout, steelhead and salmon in Ketchikan’s freshwater lakes and streams.
- White water raft along the Mendenhall River in Juneau and view hanging glaciers and towering peaks.
- Paddle a canoe through Tongass National Forest on Mountain Lake in Ketchikan.
- Sled dog across the gorgeous Godwin Glacier in Seward.
- Experience the Gold Creek Salmon Bake in Juneau.
- Visit The Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka and learn about bald eagles, owls and other raptors.
- Stop at important museums in Anchorage, including the Artic studies Center, the Alaska Native Heritage Center and Wolf Song of Alaska.
- Tour the Totem Heritage Center, a repository of original totem poles in Ketchikan.
- Visit Juneau’s downtown specialty shops and find Native Alaska designed jewelry, sculptured totem poles, local art and intricate handicrafts.
- Collect Native American and Russian antiques in Anchorage, such as icons, antique firearms, paintings, maps, jewelry, military memorabilia and more.
- Immerse yourself in the world’s largest temperate rainforest in Juneau via foot.
- Take the wheel of a Jeep Wrangler and navigate through lush rainforests and spectacular mountains of Revillagigedo Island in Ketchikan.
- Ride aboard an old-fashioned parlor train car to White Pass Summit in Skagway.
- Walk Juneau’s famed downtown district and view the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.
- Traverse Sitka and see Castle Hill, the Russian Blockhouse, the Russian Bishop’s Orthodox Cathedral and Victorian-style homes.
- Fly over the massive Juneau ice field and the advancing Taku Glacier, the cascading Hole-in-the-Wall Glacier and the floating Dead Branch Glacier.
- View the 2,000,000 acres of the majestic Misty Fjords in Ketchikan via plane.
- Glimpse Skagway’s tortuous Chilkoot Trail, the gateway to the Klondike Gold Fields, from a helicopter.