Go exploring! Alaska is a unique destination and a definite must-see if you have a hankering for seeing our world. Take a deep cleansing breath – it is still wild up here. Clear your mind and prepare to have it filled with the sights, sounds, and smells of wilderness. View where mountains and glaciers meet the sea…this is a place that will stick with you long after you have returned home.
It’s time to get back to Alaska! With the cancellation of the whole 2020 Alaska cruise season, it’s looking like 2022 will see more demand than supply. Here’s my take on what’s going on:
7-night roundtrip Vancouver and Seattle
These itineraries are popular and get you to the most visited ports. We recommend coming into either beautiful city for a few days before your cruise – both are worth exploring! PS – ask our expert advisors why we recommend you depart from Vancouver…nothing against Seattle, but there’s a difference.
7-night and longer one-way sailings
Travel a bit further, either heading north or south and, enjoy more scenery and more ports! One way airfare will be required for this adventure.
14 night back to back roundtrip Vancouver
This sailing option has disappeared for 2021 but should be available for 2022. This what we call a back to back because you visit the same ports on the way up the coast as the way down, and it’s an excellent way to relax, enjoy the ship, and have time for more than one port adventure.
Alaska Land+Sea Journey cruise tours offer an immersive, one-of-a-kind Alaska experience by land and by sea. Cruise glacier-flanked waters and then tour Denali National Park’s pristine wilderness with our 9- to 14-day Denali Land+Sea cruise tours. Alaska cruise tours include a stay at our McKinley Chalet Resort, located at the park’s entrance. To venture into the larger-than-life Yukon Territory, opt for 9- to 18-day Yukon and Denali Land+Sea cruise tours. From jaw-dropping scenery to captivating history, the Great Land is a magical place that we know and love.