Your Cruise itinerary
Day 1 Port of Vancouver
oday, Vancouver is an ethnic melting pot and has been consistently rated as one of the most livable cities in the world. A unique selection of harbour ferries, hop-on-hop-off buses and light-rail transit (the SkyTrain) makes it easy to get around. Farther- flung attractions even offer free shuttles parked alongside the plaza. Wherever you roam, there are interesting restaurants. Vancouver serves as the leading gateway to Alaska, a reputation that has lasted for the past 30 years.
Day 2 – Inside Passage, British Columbia
Your ship offers the perfect viewing as you ply calm waters sheltered between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island. See breathtaking rugged scenery, staggering wildlife like sharks, bears, salmon and seabirds. Watch bald eagles soar overhead and porpoises playing in the ship’s wake.
Day 3 - Port of Ketchikan, Alaska
Alaska Ketchikan is the rainiest town in southeast Alaska, known as the Salmon Capital of the World Quota; The town offers an array of activities: comprising of kayaking in Misty Fjords or a hike up Deer Mountain in the morning. You're bound to visit Creek Street, a row of wooden buildings perched over the water on pilings. The museum at Dolly's House gives you a glimpse into the bawdy ways of frontier life, though Ketchikans red-light district that was not shut down until 1953. Boasting the world's largest collection of Northwest totems, Ketchikan offers plenty of places to see these fascinating works of art.
Day 4 – Icy Strait
The cruise facility is located 22 miles southeast of Glacier Bay National Park. Buildings are constructed from sustainable local timber and built by local Tlingit workers in traditional style. The 7,000-square-foot Adventure Center and Duck Point Smokehouse offers superb dining options. Icy Strait offers stunning woodland walks, an insight into Tlingit history and culture, a wide range of nature adventures and high-quality restaurants. Upmarket craft shops feature artisan crafts and locally made goods like woodland berry jam and confectionery.
Day 5 – Juneau, Alaska
The city is surrounded by nature, namely towering mountains and the waters of Gastineau Channel. The governor's mansion stands on a hillside overlooking the cruise docks, and anyone can take a walk up the hills via steep stairways. Juneau offers a wide range of shore side activities, from whale-watching and zip-lining to touring the Capitol building or the Alaskan Brewing Co. Then, there's the states most accessible glacier Mendenhall, an immense, 12-mile-long river of ice where you can go dog sledding. Along with glacier-viewing, there's always the chance of seeing a bear or two up close.
Day 6 – Skagway
Alaska Since its Goldrush days, Skagway has served as an outpost for thrilling Alaskan adventure. You can take a ride on an old-time streetcar along the bustling Broadway Street and get lost in riveting reenactments. You can pump your adrenaline with dogsledding on Laughton Glacier to rafting on Lynn Canal, the longest fjord in North America. You can take a vintage rail ride along the White Pass and Yukon Route narrow-gauge railway. See Bridal Veil Falls, Dead Horse Gulch and Glacier Gorge while climbing the 2,885-foot incline of White Pass. You can visit the world’s longest museum Chilkoot Trail consisting of 33-miles of trails and step back in-time and see the Goldrush ghost town of Dyea.
Day 7 – Hubbard Glacier
Alaska While most Glaciers tend to thin and retreat, Hubbard Glacier tends to thicken and advance towards the Gulf of Alaska. As you sail into Disenchantment Bay you will get to see stunning views of the Glaciers 400-foot-tall face and panoramic views of its enormous expanse – 76-miles long and 1,200 feet deep. There are more than 200 species of birds in this area.
Day 8 – Seaward
Alaska Seward is the gateway to the Kenai Fjords National Park, a vast treasure trove of marine life. It's the launching point for kayaking and fishing adventures. And it's the start (or end) of the Alaska Railroad and the historic start of the famous Iditarod sled dog race. You will find Seward about 125 miles south of Anchorage on the Kenai Peninsula and standing at the head of Resurrection Bay where you will disembark. Seaward is only a twoand-a-half-hour road trip from to Anchorage.
Alaskan Adventure Cruise
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