ANSWER THE CALL OF THE WILD

ALASKA CRUISE TOURS

From the tallest mountain to the widest ocean, everything about Alaska is larger than life.


From North America's tallest peak, Denali, to the stunning coastal route of the Inside Passage, Alaska is one of the most breathtaking and pristine wilds left on Earth. Years of immense weight and pressure have made gorgeous glacial valleys and carved out captivating river canyons. Head to Anchorage or Seward to see where icy waters meet bright green lands, or stop by Glacier Bay National Park to kayak through the narrow fjords that wind between massive glacial walls. If you're looking for Alaskan adventure, join the Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour to catch a glimpse of roaming brown bears and moose. To learn more about the state's cultural past, take a day trip to the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage. You'll find history and adventure everywhere in Alaska with your cruise.

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Kid Pulling Crab from the Coast of Ketchikan
KETCHIN' CRABS
If hands-on exploration is your style, help pull crab pots from the coast of Ketchikan at Chinook Shores before returning to shore for a feast. Afterward, take a motor coach tour through the town or head to nearby Tongass National Forest, America's largest national forest with 16.7 million acres of wilderness to explore.    

Family Sight Seeing
GOING, GOING, GONDOLA
Mount Alyeska, just north of Seward, is Alaska's premier alpine skiing destination, but people still flock to the mountain during the summer months to catch stunning views from the aerial tram. Head up the gondola to see the flowing waters of the Turnagain Arm, the peaks of the Chugach Mountain range and several hanging glaciers. If you're lucky, a bald eagle might just join you for the aerial journey.

Whale Jumping Over the Water with Mountain in the Background
COASTAL CATAMARANS
If you're looking to get up close and personal with the marine and land wildlife of Kenai Fjords National Park, take a catamaran out on the turquoise waters. These boats are much more maneuverable, so you'll be able to float around breaching orcas and playful otters.

Wild Caught Salmon on the  Grill
FAIR WEATHER
There are endless things to do in Fairbanks. The University of Alaska Museum of the North showcases cultural and natural artifacts from around the state, so you can get an educational overview of the state's bounty. Head to Pioneer Park to peek into Alaska's past and have a meal at the Salmon Bake. Set your alarm for an early morning wake-up call so you can catch a glimpse of the famous aurora borealis.

Scenic View of Denali's National Park
THE GREAT ONE
Standing taller than any other peak in North America, Denali lives up to its name, "The Great One." Denali National Park covers more than 6 million acres of protected forests, rivers, mountain ranges and wildlife, so take it all in on a nature trail hike. If you're looking for something even more adventurous, head out on a thrilling white-water rafting trip through glacier-fed rivers that rush through local valleys.
Natives Dancing at a Heritage Center
ANCHORED TO THE PAST
Anchorage is home to the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which includes native dancing and games demonstrations, as well as artifacts and arts. For a glimpse of the past, head outdoors to see a collection of authentic native homes representing six of the indigenous cultures of Alaska.

SEE WHAT YOU'RE MADE OF IN ALASKA

Head out on the adventure of a lifetime on Alaska cruise tours. Witness the winding rivers of glacial fjords, or commune with brown bears on a hike through Denali National Park. Soak up the history of Alaska at museums in Anchorage or Fairbanks. No matter the adventure you choose, you'll be surrounded by the Last Frontier's storied history and stunning views.
Train passing through White Pass and Yukon Route, Skagway, Alaska.

REVEL IN RUGGED BEAUTY

Enter Alaska through Skagway, the gateway to the Chilkoot Trail and the center of the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s. You'll walk where prospectors made history, climbing their way to gold country. Let the Trail guide you into the depths of the stunning state of Alaska.


Scenic view of Historic Parliament Building, Victoria, Canada.

CRUISE LIKE ROYALTY

A seven-night Alaskan Inside Passage Cruise includes stops at both Victoria and Vancouver in British Columbia. Cruise the loop from Seattle, Washington, through the Inside Passage, then back down to British Columbia, where you'll no doubt see mountainous views, grazing moose and marine wildlife along the way.


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WHAT TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU GO
Where The Mountains Meet The Sea

Guided Alaska cruise tours of national parks like Denali are a safe way to see one of North America's most famous wildlife specimens: the grizzly bear. Keep an eye out for these solitary creatures feeding on blueberries or in the rivers catching salmon. They can grow up to eight feet tall and weigh as much as 800 pounds.

Besides its namesake Denali peak, towering at more than 20,000 feet tall, Denali National Park is also home to several other impressive peaks, including Mount Foraker (17,400 feet) and Mount Hunter (14,573 feet).

Did you know dog sledding is still the state sport of Alaska? Learn the traditional practice on a shore excursion in Juneau to discover how Alaskans of old used to get around.

Insider Tips

1 Looking to explore a world-class metropolis before your adventure in the wild? A northbound cruise to Alaska lets you start your journey in vibrant Vancouver.
2 Opt for a southbound cruise starting in Fairbanks if you want to take your tour of the Alaskan wilderness pre-cruise.
3 Want to book-end your adventure with exploration in the Last Frontier? Check out one of our round-trip Alaska cruise tours that depart from and arrive at an Alaskan port.

RELATED PORTS

Whether you're interested in hiking through a forest, trekking to glaciers or a shopping spree downtown, the towns along Alaska's inside passage provide a variety of adventurous activities. Ports such as Juneau and Ketchikan are each small cities with their own personalities. Anchorage is the state's largest city and a gateway to the rest of the state. Denali National Park takes you out of the city altogether, into a wilderness full of spruce forests and snow-capped mountain peaks.

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