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What to Look Forward to on Alaskan Cruisetours

By HarryTuesday 05th September 2017

If you're after a holiday that will change your perspective of the world, then a Cruisetour around Alaska is the ideal choice. From the stunning Hubbard Glacier to the acres of luscious forest, Alaska is one of the most incredible places on earth.

What is an Alaska Cruisetour?

Alaska isn't one of those places where you can just wander through to get a feeling for it. Instead, you need to really immerse yourself in the Alaskan way of life, explore the wilderness and become one with the nature. On an Alaskan Cruisetour, you can not only sail around the island state for seven nights, but also spend three-six days on land, before or after your cruise. The must-do shore excursions are all included in the price, so you can have the most incredible Alaskan experience possible.

Alaskan Shore Excursions

One of the best things about going on a shore excursion, is you get to experience life on Alaska as a local, as well as immerse yourself in its nature. Go back in time and try making your fortune panning for gold, and see Alaska as it was meant to be seen, when you go trekking across the National Parks. The excursions also include trips to the museums and the Murie Science & Learning Centre, so you can get a better understanding of what makes Alaska so special.

Why is Alaska Such a Special Place to Visit?

Alaska isn't like anywhere else in the USA. Its snow-covered landscape blends with acres and acres of luscious green forest, home to the most magnificent wildlife. From the All-American bald eagle, to the powerful brown bear, you can go on a guided tour to see the incredible wildlife in their natural habitat. It's not just from afar where you can view Alaska's wildlife. Discover the area, whilst being pulled on a sled by huskies. If instead of speeding through Alaska, you want to be take it all in at once, you can do that. Take a helicopter tour above Juneau, to see how the meadows, forests and mountainous landscapes all blends together to create this incredible spectacle.

Life Onboard Your Alaskan Cruisetour

Some of the most spectacular sights of Alaska can only be seen from onboard our ships. Like the phenomenal Inside Passage, where you'll sail by mountains, forests and fjords. You may even see a whale or two along the way. There are more of nature's most incredible sights, like the Tracy Arm Fjord, where you sail past two huge glaciers, the North and South Sawyers. As well as seeing these amazing phenomenon's, you could also see even more wildlife, like wolves, deer and moose.
Are you ready to explore the hidden, mystical world of Alaska? Only on our Cruisetours can you become fully immersed in Alaska.

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