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Alaska

Alaska

Take in the wild and rugged landscapes of America’s final frontier on an Alaskan cruise. With countless islands and inlets and nearly 34,000 miles of coastline, there’s no grander way to explore Alaska than by sea. It’s a wildlife wonderland full of incredible encounters with whales, dolphins, seabirds, and more. Select one of several itineraries with generous shore leave, or book a land tour to travel even deeper and experience the local culture. We also offer cruise tours for the best of both worlds. From Gold Rush era relics to Indigenous heritage, a trip to Alaska is sure to inspire and delight.

Known as “Seward’s Folly,” the US acquired the Alaska Territory from Russia in 1867. It was nicknamed for the Secretary of State’s alleged mistake, but it’s pretty safe to say the critics were wrong. Alaska is the ultimate outdoor playground, full of beauty and extremes. In summer it’s the land of the midnight sun, and in winter, it’s one of harshest climates known to man. Denali, the highest point in the US, clocks in at 20,310 ft (6190 m), and presents a challenge to even the hardiest of mountaineers. From awe inspiring glaciers to traditional dogsled adventures, an Alaskan vacation is truly one of a kind. 

Upcoming Cruises

Let us book you into our group space on these two Alaska cruises for 2021!

May 16, 2021

Serenade of the Sea

7 Night Alaska Glacier Experience Cruise

August 13, 2021

Queen Elizabeth

10-Day Alaska Cruise

Quick Facts

Country

United States

Travel Documents

U.S. Residents: State ID when visiting by airplane

Non-U.S. Residents or when traveling by cruise ship: Passport

Languages spoken

English

Currency Used

U.S. Dollar

Seasons

Spring: Late-March to June

Summer: Late-June to Mid-September

Autumn: Late-August to Mid-October

Winter: Late-October to Mid-March

Area (km2)

663,300 mi²

Population

731,545

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