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Set sail for a journey like no other – an Alaskan cruise. A vast land where ice-capped peaks meet azure waters and where wildlife thrives in its purest form. Alaska, often termed the "Last Frontier," offers a unique blend of natural beauty and indigenous culture. From watching humpback whales breach in pristine waters to exploring indigenous Tlingit heritage, each day is filled with wonder. Throw in the allure of gold rush history, and Alaska becomes a must-visit cruise destination for every travel enthusiast. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Alaska - All cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.
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Norwegian JewelAlaskaSewardVancouver7 NightsIcy Strait, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Seward, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$229
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107 reviews
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Norwegian JewelAlaskaSewardVancouver7 NightsIcy Strait, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Seward, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$249
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PrincessDiscovery PrincessAlaska - Gulf of AlaskaVancouverSeattle4 NightsKetchikan, Alaska | Seattle, Washington | Vancouver, Canada$298
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Celebrity SummitAlaska - Inside PassageVancouverSeward7 NightsHubbard Glacier (cruising) | Icy Strait Point - Alaska | Inside Passage (cruising) | Juneau - Alaska | Ketchikan - Alaska | Seward - Alaska | Sitka - Alaska | Vancouver - British Columbia$299
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Celebrity SummitAlaska - Inside PassageSewardVancouver7 NightsHubbard Glacier (cruising) | Icy Strait Point - Alaska | Inside Passage (cruising) | Juneau - Alaska | Ketchikan - Alaska | Seward - Alaska | Skagway - Alaska | Vancouver - British Columbia$299
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106 reviews
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PrincessRoyal PrincessAlaska - Gulf of AlaskaVancouverSeattle4 NightsKetchikan, Alaska | Seattle, Washington | Vancouver, Canada$328
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116 reviews
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PrincessGrand PrincessAlaska - Gulf of AlaskaSeattleVancouver4 NightsKetchikan, Alaska | Seattle, Washington | Vancouver, Canada$348
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105 reviews
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Holland AmericaNieuw AmsterdamAlaskaVancouverWhittier7 NightsCollege Fjord | Glacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$349
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Holland AmericaNoordamAlaskaVancouverWhittier7 NightsCollege Fjord | Glacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$349
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Holland AmericaNoordamAlaskaWhittierVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Hubbard Glacier | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$349
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Norwegian JewelAlaskaSewardVancouver7 NightsIcy Strait, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Seward, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$369
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102 reviews
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Holland AmericaZaandamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$374
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219 reviews
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PrincessCaribbean PrincessAlaskaVancouverVancouver5 NightsKetchikan, Alaska | Sitka, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$378
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102 reviews
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Holland AmericaZaandamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$379
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Holland AmericaZaandamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$379
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102 reviews
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Holland AmericaZaandamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$379
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102 reviews
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Holland AmericaZaandamAlaskaVancouverVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$379
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97 reviews
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Holland AmericaNoordamAlaskaVancouverWhittier7 NightsCollege Fjord | Glacier Bay, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$379
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107 reviews
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Norwegian JewelAlaskaSewardVancouver7 NightsIcy Strait, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Seward, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada$389
Shipboard Credit Per Stateroom Up To ($100)
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97 reviews
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Holland AmericaNoordamAlaskaWhittierVancouver7 NightsGlacier Bay, Alaska | Hubbard Glacier | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Vancouver, Canada | Whittier, Alaska$394
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Alaska - All Cruises Highlights

Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, inaccessible by road, is a gem that's only reachable by air or sea. It's the starting point for many excursions, such as visiting the Mendenhall Glacier or whale watching tours. The city also serves up rich history, evident in its well-preserved 19th-century buildings.

Skagway, Alaska

Skagway brings back memories of the Gold Rush era with its vintage trains and historical buildings. It's the perfect port for history buffs and adventure seekers alike, offering both hiking trails through the scenic Chilkoot Trail and the thrilling White Pass & Yukon Route railroad journey.

Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan is known as the "Salmon Capital of the World," making it a must-visit for seafood enthusiasts. Beyond the culinary delights, visitors can explore the lush Tongass National Forest or learn about indigenous Tlingit culture at the Totem Heritage Center.

Seward, Alaska

The gateway to the Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward offers opportunities for up-close encounters with wildlife and breathtaking glacial landscapes. It's also home to the Alaska SeaLife Center, where you can learn about local marine life.

Alaska - All Cruises Travel Tips

  • Embarking on an Alaskan cruise is the adventure of a lifetime, promising not just stunning scenery but an exploration of diverse cultures and traditions. As you prepare, remember that Alaska's weather can be unpredictable. It's wise to pack layers—think thermal wear, a waterproof outer layer, and comfortable walking shoes for those shore excursions. Don't forget your binoculars for spotting wildlife from the deck!
  • While the cruise ship will cater to most of your needs, it's good to familiarize yourself with Alaskan customs and basic phrases, especially respectful acknowledgments of the indigenous cultures you may encounter. "Quyana" (thank you in Yupik) and "Tsin'aen" (thank you in Ahtna) can go a long way.
  • Safety is crucial, particularly when participating in excursions. Always follow guide instructions, especially around wildlife, and consider carrying a water-resistant backpack for those rainy day adventures. While credit cards are widely accepted, it's handy to keep some cash for local markets where you can purchase handmade indigenous crafts.
  • Moreover, remember to respect local habitats and wildlife. Alaska is a region of immense natural beauty and cultural heritage, and it's up to every visitor to help keep it that way. Be a responsible traveler, immersing yourself in the experience while preserving the uniqueness of this spectacular destination.
  • Before you book Alaska cruise, determine how long to staying, the typical trip is 7-night.

Alaska - All Cruises Things To Do

  • Scenic Cruising of Alaska Inside Passage, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan
    Scenic Cruising of Alaska Inside Passage, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan

    Begin the 20-night Alaska cruise with a tour of Vancouver's historic neighborhood. Get a unique view of the Inside Passage and the pristine Glacier Bay. View the world's largest collection of standing totem poles at Ketchikan.   

    Best Time To Visit

    • Visit from April to August. Alaska Inside Passage, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan are best visited in the morning.

    You Should Know

    • Watch your surroundings for bear and moose.
    • Bring your best camera and long lenses.
    • Alaskan wilderness is dense and beautiful; don't miss getting into nature.
    • Pack smart; take your warm clothing essentials.
  • Cruise Tracy Arm, Juneau, and Glacier Bay
    Cruise Tracy Arm, Juneau, and Glacier Bay

    Cruise the calm waters to the Inside Passage's unique view of Alaska's beautiful scenery. Spend quality time enjoying your stop at Tracy Arm and Juneau and explore the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • From April to August and visit early to avoid the rush.

    You Should Know

    • Wake up early in the morning.
    • Secure a vantage spot for outdoor seating.
    • Dress in layers even in summer! 
    • Bring a good camera and binoculars with a zoom lens.
    • Be familiar with the cruise itinerary.
  • Experience Alaska’s TRACY ARM–JUNEAU Scenic Cruisetour
    Experience Alaska’s TRACY ARM–JUNEAU Scenic Cruisetour

    Juneau is an important place to visit in Alaska, not only for its gold but for its scenic views, including Mendenhall Glacier, ice-cloaked glacial fjord, and the botanical Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure. Make the most of stops at various locations, viewpoints, and boardwalks. 

    Best Time To Visit

    • Visit from May to September; make sure to go early.

    You Should Know

    • Do-not-miss excursions to the Mount Roberts Tramway.
    • Get ready for magical changes in weather on Mount Roberts.
    • Be wary of Black Bear, although attacks are rare.
    • Avoid getting caught in the parking lot crush.
  • Enjoy Alaska Spectacular Cruisetour
    Enjoy Alaska Spectacular Cruisetour

    Tracy Arm is a spectacular destination, and you can get a better view of Alaska through the Inside Passage. Tour the dramatic sawyer glacier and shop downtown in Juneau. Enjoy your cruise through Alaska's pristine wilderness of Glacier Bay and breathe the flower-scented air.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • Best to visit from May to August and go early.

    You Should Know

    • Mendenhall Glacier attracts over 400,000 annually, don't miss it.
    • Watch out for bears in the summer, maybe dangerous.
    • Wear sturdy boots and dress in layers when visiting the glacier.
    • Prince William Sound is Renowned for big mountains and an array of glaciers.
  • Tour of Alaska Dramatic Glaciers and Wildest Creatures
    Tour of Alaska Dramatic Glaciers and Wildest Creatures

    Enjoy the scenic tour of the dramatic glaciers. Get enchanted with Alaska's wildest creatures as you tour Juneau, Tracy Arm, Skagway, and Ketchikan. Explore UNESCO World Heritage Site of Glacier Bay, a rare opportunity to enjoy Alaska wilderness so close!  

    Best Time To Visit

    • Visit from May to September and go early.

    You Should Know

    • You are responsible for the safety of your valuables and electronic gadgets, keep them safe.
    • Bring a good camera and binoculars with a zoom lens.
    • Pack smart; take warm clothing essentials.
    • Your cruise starts in the morning, wake early for your activities.
  • Cruise Ketchikan Fishing town, Glacier Bay and see the mountains in Alaska Luxury Cruisetour
    Cruise Ketchikan Fishing town, Glacier Bay and see the mountains in Alaska Luxury Cruisetour

    The cruise to Ketchikan is a date with rich Alaska Native Culture, Fishing, and Idyllic scenery. Enjoy the rain forest sanctuary and have a fulfilling dose of the Glacier Bay with its array of attractions.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • The best visiting time starts from May to September and early in the morning.

    You Should Know

    • There is a lot you want to see and do in this beautiful destination, be prepared.
    • Ketchikan is called the first city of Alaska for being the first city on your northbound journey
    • Fishing, tourism, and timber are the economic activities of Ketchikan
    • Ketchikan has warm winters and cool summers, ideal for a vacation spot for sun worshippers
  • Scenic Cruising the Inside Passage of Alaska
    Scenic Cruising the Inside Passage of Alaska

    The Inside Passage is a spectacular of scenic views. It's a stretch of an array of Alaska splendors. A cruise through the route brings you to wondrous waterways and majestic forest with a spectacle of attractions to do practically memorable things.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • Usually from May to September. Ideally, any time of the year when you can visit Alaska.

    You Should Know

    • It's famous for breathtaking scenery, glistening glaciers, and abundant.
    • The most popular way to cruise Southeast Alaska.
    • It has deep waters allowing voyage ships to sail side by side.
    • Cruises typically start and end in, usually Seattle or Vancouver.
  • Enjoy luxury Cruisetour of Alaska Skagway spectacular sites
    Enjoy luxury Cruisetour of Alaska Skagway spectacular sites

    Alaska is vast; best to make the most of every stop point. In the northern tip of the Inside Passage, Skagway offers a spectacle of activities from world-class hiking trails, walking scented flower gardens to wonderful cuisines, museums, and shopping. Find the time to explore and savor your Cruisetour like a yummy delicacy!  

    Best Time To Visit

    • Due to temperature changes, you can visit from March to June and August to December.

    You Should Know

    • Skagway means "the place where the north wind blows.
    • The winters in Skagway are long and freezing, overcast year-round.
    • Follow your cruise line's safety precaution in all activities you do.
    • Come prepared for each activity you plan on taking on your tour.
  • Take Scenic Cruise of Alaskan Gulf and Explore the Mighty Meares Glacier 
    Take Scenic Cruise of Alaskan Gulf and Explore the Mighty Meares Glacier 

    The scenic cruise of the Alaskan gulf will blow your mind with legendary wildlife and adventures. Make the most of Denali National Park and explore the untouched wilderness. Marvel at the wonders of the mighty Meares Glacier and take photos of the picturesque surroundings.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • Middle of May through to early September; these are vast land areas, set out early.

    You Should Know

    • Dress in layers; get your day pack ready to hold a camera.
    • Get extra layers of clothing, water and snacks, and survival essentials.
    • Essential services are limited during the offseason.
    • It's a lifetime adventure, prepare well to enjoy it.
  • Visit the fishing town of Ketchikan and learn about the tribes and settlers at the Tongass Historical Museum
    Visit the fishing town of Ketchikan and learn about the tribes and settlers at the Tongass Historical Museum

    Explore the Ketchikan wonders, the salmon capital of the world. Visit the Tongass Historical Museum about Alaska history, work of art, and photos.  Discover Sitka, the "First City of Alaska," and fourth-largest by population.  

    Best Time To Visit

    • The best time depends on the things to do. Typically, Mar-May, Jun-Aug, Sept-Nov, and Dec-Feb; choose according to your goal and cruise plan.

    You Should Know

    • Prepare for extreme weather clothing; it helps to get ready for warmth and comfort layers.
    • Get zoom capable camera and binocular; very important.
    • It pays to have comfortable waterproof shoes no matter the time of visit for hiking and trekking.

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Quick Facts

Choosing an Alaskan cruise for your next vacation is deciding on a journey of convenience, adventure, and unparalleled beauty. What sets a cruise apart is the remarkable value it offers. With accommodations, meals, and transportation included, you can focus on soaking in the majestic Alaskan landscapes and wildlife. Cruises provide unique coastal perspectives of the state, from calving glaciers to frolicking whales, scenes often missed by inland travelers.

Moreover, cruises simplify visiting remote locations. Imagine accessing pristine wilderness areas, historic towns, and scenic bays without the hassle of coordinating separate bookings. Some exclusive shore excursions, like visiting native communities or private reserves, are often only possible through cruise programs. Additionally, onboard experts enhance your journey with their knowledge of local culture, history, and ecosystems, making your trip both exciting and educational. For a comprehensive, stress-free, and enriching travel experience, nothing matches the ease and wonder of an Alaskan cruise.

  • When To Visit

    Deciding when to set sail for Alaska can significantly shape your cruise experience. While the cruise season runs from late April to September, each part of the season offers something unique. The months of June through August are the warmest, with long daylight hours allowing ample time to soak in the scenery and wildlife. It's the peak tourist season, meaning all attractions are up and running, but expect larger crowds and higher prices.

    For a quieter voyage, consider late April to May or September. These fringe months offer cooler temperatures but fewer crowds, making excursions a bit more personal. Early season voyages often come with snow-capped mountains and blooming spring flowers, while September travelers enjoy fall colors and a higher chance of Northern Lights sightings.

  • Getting There

    Getting to the starting point of your Alaskan cruise adventure is an experience in itself, offering a sneak peek into the journey ahead. Most cruises set sail from ports like Seattle, Washington, or Vancouver, British Columbia - gateways that usher you into the scenic Inside Passage and the Gulf of Alaska. If you're coming from afar, you'll likely fly into international airports in these cities, both of which are well-equipped to welcome international travelers. From there, it's a short journey to the cruise terminals where your voyage begins. As your ship charts a course northward, you'll pass through fjords and waterways, each turn revealing another layer of Alaska's rugged charm, setting the stage for the breathtaking vistas and cultural treasures.

  • Experience the Flavors of Alaska

    An Alaskan cruise isn't just a feast for the eyes; it's a journey for the taste buds, too! Alaska's local cuisine is a must-try, offering a unique blend of flavors that reflect the state's cultural heritage and natural resources. Seafood lovers, rejoice! You're heading to the heartland of the freshest catches. Don't miss the world-renowned Alaskan king crab, wild-caught salmon, or the hearty Alaskan halibut. But there's more to Alaskan cuisine than its seafood. For a truly local experience, warm up with a bowl of reindeer chili or sample the flavorsome wild berries. And let's not forget - a swig of craft beer from local microbreweries perfectly showcases the Alaskan spirit! Make sure to dine at Skagway's historic saloons or enjoy a traditional salmon bake in Juneau. These authentic spots offer not just mouth-watering meals but a slice of Alaskan history and hospitality that's as unforgettable as the stunning landscapes.

  • Immerse Yourself in Alaskan Culture

    Set sail on an Alaskan cruise, and brace yourself for a cultural immersion like no other! Alaska boasts a rich environment of traditions that stem from its indigenous roots, with the Last Frontier's customs alive in art, music, and festivals that echo through the crisp air.   Imagine experiencing the vibrant spirit of the Native Alaskan tribes, like the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian. Their captivating storytelling, intricate totem poles, and colorful dances are a profound reconnection with nature and heritage that visitors find unforgettable.And the festivities? Absolutely thrilling! Time your cruise to revel in the pulsating beat of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, the largest representative annual gathering in the United States of any indigenous peoples. Or feel the adrenaline at the world-famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race!

  • Ready to Book Your Alaskan Cruise?

    Adventure-seekers, it's time to tick that Alaskan cruise off your bucket list! Picture this: you're coasting through majestic icy fjords, witnessing awe-inspiring glaciers, maybe even spotting a whale or two. From the comfort of your cruise ship, Alaska's untamed beauty becomes your backyard, a panorama of ever-changing, breathtaking landscapes.   But, it's more than just scenic sights! Delve into rich cultural experiences, mingle with locals at festivals, and, yes, indulge in the freshest seafood you'll ever have the pleasure of tasting. This trip is a smorgasbord of sensory delights, catering to tranquil nature lovers, spirited adventure junkies, and curious culture enthusiasts alike.So, what's stopping you? Opportunities for pure wonder don't come knocking daily. Whether you're longing for summer's midnight sun or winter's northern lights, an Alaskan cruise is the ultimate getaway, balancing relaxation with thrilling escapades. Dive into the heart of Alaska. Secure your spot, pack your binoculars, and set sail towards experiences that linger for a lifetime. Adventure is calling from the wild, folks; it's high time to answer!

  • The Perfect Time for an Alaskan Cruise

    Cruising to Alaska is an experience of a lifetime, and choosing the right time to embark on this journey is key to making the most of your Alaskan cruise. The Alaskan cruise season, running from late April to September, offers varied experiences throughout these months, each with its unique charm.  

    During the peak months of June through August, cruising in Alaska is at its warmest, with long daylight hours that provide ample time for cruisers to soak in the stunning scenery and vibrant wildlife. This period is ideal for cruisers who want to experience the full array of Alaskan attractions, from glacier tours to wildlife watching. However, cruising in these months also means larger crowds and potentially higher prices, as this is the peak tourist season in Alaska.  

    For cruisers seeking a quieter voyage, the fringe months of late April to May or September are excellent choices. These months offer cooler temperatures and fewer tourists, making your cruise excursions more personal and intimate. Cruising in the early season, you'll be greeted with snow-capped mountains and blooming spring flowers, offering a picturesque backdrop for your journey. On the other hand, cruising in September allows travelers to enjoy the beautiful fall colors and a higher chance of witnessing the Northern Lights, adding a magical element to your Alaskan cruise experience.  

    Whether you're looking for the vibrant energy of peak season or the tranquil beauty of the shoulder months, cruising in Alaska promises breathtaking landscapes, unique wildlife encounters, and unforgettable memories. Each part of the season offers its own set of advantages, so consider what you want from your Alaskan cruise when deciding when to set sail.  

Alaska - All Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Alaska's Cruisetours?

    These are cruises and land tours of the 49th state's vast and wondrous destinations allowing cruisers experience Alaskan lives amidst custom-built wilderness lodges of luxury Alaska cruises. The Alaska tours include scenic cruising of Alaska Inside Passage, Glacier Bay, Juneau, dramatic glaciers, and wildest creatures.   It's rare to cruise with the world's best cruise lines involving a tour of essential destinations and activities where cruisers are treated like kings with practically everything done for them. It's a time for cruisers to explore and relax in a peaceful atmosphere and astounding panorama.

  • What's Included on an Alaska Cruisetour?

    It's a done-for-you cruisetour allowing cruisers to sit back and have their journey to Alaska all planned out and delivered on a platter. The tour includes a scheduled itinerary to journey across spectacular locations where participants will enjoy visiting designated places within a specified timeframe.   An Alaska cruisetour can be from 7 to 20 nights of exceptional pampering in luxury cruise line combined with a memorable experience of exciting land tours in deluxe motor coaches, stay in authentic lodges and luxurious train rides to extraordinary destinations.

  • What’s The Best Alaska Cruisetour?

    That would be a cruisetour to Alaska's coastal mountains, marine and forest wildlife, glaciers to explore the history of Alaska people. The best cruisetour will get you to hop off the boat and come close enough to walk the land and experience the touch of nature and take photos to relive the memory over and over!

  • How Much Do Alaska Cruisetour Cost?

    The cost of an Alaska cruisetour is relative to what is being offered. Ideally, you can get a packaged Alaska cruise for as low as $1,049 9-day tour per person. The best part is, if you book through AffordableTours.com you stand a chance for a discount on your Alaska cruises. Note that Alaska cruises costs vary according to the season; check details at AffordableTours.com.

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