Alaska Cruises & Cruise Tours
Alaska & British Columbia
Plan your Alaskan cruise to explore America’s last frontier with TravelStore’s select Alaska cruise deals. You glide into a calm bay surrounded by glaciers, a pod of orcas on the port side providing an escort. All of a sudden a thunderous explosion echoes across the bay and your eyes turn ashore where a glacier, the height of a twelve-story building, is calving, a huge chunk of ice crashing into the calm water below.
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Consider an Alaska Land and Sea Journey
While either itinerary provides a fabulous vacation, one need only to look at a map to realize on either you’re just seeing the tip of the proverbial iceberg. To experience more of the depth and breadth of Alaska requires more than the 7-day cruise – combining an Alaskan cruise with a tour component.
These Alaska CruiseTours can be as few as 10 nights, adding a 3-night rail extension to Denali National Park to a 7-night Gulf of Alaska cruise. While seeing Denali (Mt. McKinley, North America’s highest peak) on a clear day is one highlight, for many the rail journey, in renovated bi-level domed cars offering unobstructed views, is another.
Other Alaska CruiseTours include the Yukon, the Arctic and the Kenai Peninsula. The Yukon includes two major parks, Tombstone Territorial Park near Dawson City, with its unique geological features, Boreal Forest and sub-Arctic tundra, while Kluane National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site outside of Whitehorse, features five of the seven tallest mountains in North America and offers rafting on Class III and IV rapids on the Tatshenshine River.
The Arctic programs transport visitors to Prudhoe Bay along the Dalton Highway, perhaps the state’s best wildlife viewing route. Excursions to see the Eskimo way of life, the Brooks Range, and float trips near Gates of the Arctic National Park are offered.
The Kenai Peninsula features fjords, mountains and the Kenai River, with opportunities to be active, to relax, or look for wildlife.
An Alaska cruise can also be combined with a Rocky Mountaineer rail vacation in western Canada, whether on the short visit to the resort of Whistler, or a longer journey across British Columbia and Alberta, to Jasper, Banff and Lake Louise.
No matter what trip you choose, there is something special and unique about our Last Frontier, and it is always satisfying. Whether just to reduce stress or to be active outdoors, whether for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Alaska offers great experiences for everyone.
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