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Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Travel Guide

Embark on a journey of discovery and wonder with a cruise through the majestic Gulf of Alaska. Known for its stunning natural beauty, the region boasts dramatic coastlines, sparkling glacial waters, and an array of wildlife that makes it a paradise for nature enthusiasts. From witnessing awe-inspiring glaciers calving into the sea to spotting whales gracefully navigating the waters, every moment here is a postcard that comes to life.

The Gulf of Alaska isn't just about scenic beauty; it's a gateway to rich cultural experiences. Visit quaint coastal towns brimming with history, indigenous heritage, and friendly locals who bring the true Alaskan spirit to life. Whether you're a lover of nature, an admirer of culture, or simply seeking adventure, a Gulf of Alaska cruise promises an unforgettable journey. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Alaska - Gulf of Alaska cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.
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Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Travel Guide

Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Cruises Highlights

  • Juneau, Alaska: First up, there's Juneau, a mix of frontier charm and modern hustle. This state capital is only accessible by boat or seaplane, adding an element of adventure right from the start! Once ashore, don't miss the chance to visit the iconic Mendenhall Glacier or take a whale-watching tour. With shops and eateries close to the docking area, there's something for everyone.
  • Skagway, Alaska: Next is Skagway, where the past comes alive. Once a boomtown during the Klondike Gold Rush, today, it invites exploration through historical tours and the thrilling White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad journey. The port is conveniently located, so you're just a short walk away from most attractions.
  • Ketchikan, Alaska: Then there's Ketchikan, known for its rich Native culture and salmon fishing. You'll likely dock right in the heart of this colorful town, giving you immediate access to cultural sites like Totem Bight State Park and shows at the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show. Plus, the local shops and cafes are a treat!
  • Whittier, Alaska: Lastly, Whittier might be small, but it's a spectacular transit point for cruises. Most activities here are about embracing the outdoors, with nearby glacier cruises and scenic drives. It's less about the port and more about the wilderness that awaits.
  • Glacier Bay National Park: No visit to the Gulf of Alaska is complete without witnessing the pristine beauty of Glacier Bay. With its monumental glaciers, towering peaks, and diverse wildlife, it's a living gallery of natural history. Whether you're gazing at the ice, caving into the sea, or spotting a humpback whale, it's an unforgettable experience.
  • Denali National Park: Offering a contrast to the coastal scenery, Denali National Park beckons with its rugged landscapes, graced by North America's tallest peak. It's a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, wildlife viewing, and simply soaking in the awe-inspiring vistas.
  • Kenai Fjords National Park: Where glaciers meet the ocean, this park is a wonderland of dramatic fjords and frozen giants. Take a boat tour for up-close encounters with the icy formations and an array of marine life, including seals, otters, and dolphins.
  • Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward: Beyond natural splendor, learn about Alaska's marine inhabitants at this aquarium and research center. It's educational and interactive, offering insights into the local marine ecosystem and conservation efforts.
  • Totem Bight State Historical Park, Ketchikan: Delve into the rich indigenous culture through the towering totem poles and a recreated traditional clan house. It's a visual narration of Alaska's native heritage and artistry.
  • Alaska Railroad Coastal Classic, Anchorage to Seward: For scenic splendor, hop aboard this train route. It winds through some of Alaska's most breathtaking terrains, offering panoramic views and comfortable travel.

Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Cruises Travel Tips

  • Budget accordingly. Due to its location, unless it is locally grown or made, many things in Alaska can be a little pricey. Take advantage of the onboard meals and refreshments.
  • Alaska is not a land of perpetual snow and ice. During the summer months, the temperatures can be a little warmer than expected, so ensure you dress accordingly
  • The only time to see the Northern Lights are during the winter months when the nights are the longest
  • In the summer expect lots of daylight. The summer in Alaska is known for its midnight sun where the sun never sets or only sets for a few hours
  • Wild animal sightings are completely by chance, but those chances increase when you book a viewing tour
  • Expect every kind of landscape possible, as Alaska is known for them all
  • Depending on the season, temperatures can range widely, so layered clothing is your best companion. Think thermal base layers, warm mid-layers, and waterproof outer layers. Don't forget your sturdy, water-resistant footwear for those onshore excursions.
  • Given Alaska's location, it's crucial to remember your essentials: sunglasses (yes, even amidst the cold, the glare from glaciers can be intense), sunscreen, binoculars for wildlife viewing, and, of course, your camera.
  •   Safety-wise, Alaska is relatively secure, but standard travel caution is always recommended. Finally, immerse yourself in the local spirit — Alaskans are known for their warm, pioneering spirit, so a friendly attitude and sense of adventure will make you feel right at home!

Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Cruises Things To Do

  • Sealaska Heritage Institute
    Sealaska Heritage Institute

    The Sealaska Heritage Institute is a nonprofit organization and institute in downtown Juneau, founded in 1980 to preserve and protect the regions Tlingit Tsimshian and Haida indigenous cultures. Its permanent establishment was cemented in 2015 and strives to create a place where Native and non-Native Alaskans alike can learn about their heritage. The exhibits and culture are extraordinary, and it is something that you absolutely do not want to miss out on. 

    Best Time To Visit

    We suggest visiting at any time. The exhibits aren't usually jam-packed, and they are open for the majority of the day, giving you plenty of time to look around and take everything in. We do suggest giving yourself a few hours to be able to truly experience everything the institute has to offer.
  • Kodiak Laboratory Aquarium & Touch Tank
    Kodiak Laboratory Aquarium & Touch Tank

    The Kodiak Laboratory & Touch Tank is located in The Alaska Fisheries Science Center and offers a massive 3500-gallon freestanding aquarium and touch tank, containing species from the Kodiak Island waterways. You will be up close and personal with a wide variety of species including crabs, shrimp, snails, starfish, and numerous others. There are guides on hand to answer any questions that you may have and to educate everyone on the species that they are viewing or holding.   

    Best Time To Visit

    The summer months are the best times to visit this attraction. The touch tank and laboratory are big teaching tools, and as such many school trips are planned throughout the school year. This gives you a few months where you can expect slightly lessened crowds of people.   
  • The Aurora Ice Museum
    The Aurora Ice Museum

    Located in Fairbanks, Alaska, The Aurora Ice Museum is something that you really won't want to miss out on. Created with over 1m000 tons of ice and snow the entire museum is kept at -7 Celsius, and as such visitors are given parkas to tour the museum in comfort. There are galleries displaying sculptures by world champion ice carvers Steve and Heather Brice, plus an observations tower, three bedrooms, an ice outhouse, and a Northern lights room! There is also special ice alter that can be rented for a truly magical wedding experience.

    Best Time To Visit

    The Aurora Ice Museum is only open from Mid-May until September, and you can only enter from 10 am until 8 pm, on the hour every hour. If you are hoping to catch the Aurora Show which starts at 8 then we suggest getting there for the 7 pm time slot. 
  • Juneau Whale Watching
    Juneau Whale Watching

    While there are lots to do in Juneau, if you have the time to kill and would like a truly remarkable experience then we suggest booking a Whale Watching tour. Juneau Whale Watch is an established local company that will make your encounter truly unforgettable. You will board a ship for three to five hours, and might be able to catch glimpse of your first humpbacked whale emerging from the water! While on the cruise you might also be fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of some of the other fascinating wildlife that surrounds the waters and beaches of Juneau such as bald eagles, sea lions, seals, black bears, and others.   

    You Should Know

    The tour will start with a bus that takes you from downtown Juneau to the Juneau port at Fisherman's Bend in Auke Bay Harbor. Make sure that you will have enough time for the bus ride, the tour, and the bus ride back before your ship departs from the port.   
  • Alaska Native Heritage Center
    Alaska Native Heritage Center

    The Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage is a cultural center, museum, and gathering place. Once inside visitors will be immersed in the cultures and learn about the heritage of eleven of Alaska's major cultures. The exhibitions, demonstrations, songs, and dances are all remarkable and you won't find anything like it anywhere else. You will also find lots of local artists in this area selling their arts and crafts which often have their own cultural spin to it. 

    You Should Know

    We suggest bringing some spending money with you to the heritage center, especially with artists all around you. You are sure to find something that you want to bring back with you. Make sure to take your time and enjoy everything that there is to see in this area before leaving. 
  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
    Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

    The Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park will offer you three historical tours that are led by knowledgeable park rangers. The 30-minute tours of Jeff Smiths Parlor Museum will enlighten you with the story of Soapy Smith, the conman and influential Skagaway citizen who was murdered in an 1898 gunfight. You will also be able to view some incredible Gold Rush period artifacts and local folk art. The other tours consist of covering the architecture and history of the Gold Rush, and the wildlife of the Dyea. 

    You Should Know

    Be sure to dress in appropriate clothing. Much of the tours are outside and will be operating rain or shine. Plan to have comfortable footwear and a jacket. Also, be prepared to be hit with a lot of history in a short period of time. Ask questions and enjoy yourself. 
  • Flightsee Over an Alaska Mountain Range
    Flightsee Over an Alaska Mountain Range

    While in many of the various ports you will be able to book a guided tour, either by plane or helicopter, of the mountain ranges in the area. We suggest doing this at least once while you are stopped in a port. The views are something that you won't find anywhere else, and you will get some incredible pictures to share with your friends and family back home.   

    You Should Know

    Many people will tell you that to get the most amazing views you need to be on foot hiking through some of the mountain passes, but that isn't true. Any flightseeing tour will be beneficial in covering a lot of ground in a little time.   
  • View the Northern Lights
    View the Northern Lights

    The absolutely dynamic and magical color show that is the Northern Lights is something that you absolutely cannot miss. This is what Alaska is known for, and this is what you have probably added to your list of things to see. The colors will amaze you and you will fall in love with Alaska in an instant. Do not think twice about missing out on some sleep to see this natural wonder. 

    Best Time To Visit

    As we previously mentioned, the Northern Lights are only visible during the cold, clear winter nights between September and April. The best time to see them is usually after midnight. We suggest bundling up and stepping out into the cold to see them in all their glory.

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Quick Facts

The Gulf of Alaska isn't just a cruise destination; it's a majestic journey through some of nature's most spectacular artwork. Here, the ocean, mountains, and forests converge to create a stunning backdrop while history and culture weave an intriguing story.

  • Getting There

    Heading to the Gulf of Alaska for your dream cruise adventure starts with understanding a bit about its location. This vast Gulf extends along the southeastern coast of Alaska, which means your gateway to this natural spectacle could be through several accessible ports in the region. Most travelers opt for cruises departing from major cities like Anchorage, reachable by international flights, or Vancouver, Canada, adding an extra touch of exploration to your journey.  

    Once you're in the vicinity, cruise ships navigate through the well-charted, serene waters of the Pacific Ocean, offering breathtaking views even before you've officially entered the Gulf. Each port provides efficient facilities, making boarding smooth and hassle-free. So, all you need to do is get to the city of departure, and your cruise line handles the rest, guiding you toward the pristine landscapes of the Gulf of Alaska.

  • The Perfect Time for a Gulf of Alaska Cruise

    Setting sail on a Gulf of Alaska cruise is a remarkable experience, and choosing the perfect time for your voyage is crucial for enjoying the stunning scenery and wildlife. Summer months, particularly from June to August, are the most popular for cruising in this region. This period offers cruisers milder temperatures, usually ranging from 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for on-deck sightseeing and shore excursions. Less rain during these months ensures smoother cruising and clearer views of Alaska's breathtaking landscapes.  

    However, cruising in the Gulf of Alaska during the shoulder months of May and September can also be quite rewarding. While the weather might be a bit chillier, cruising during these times means fewer tourists, offering a more serene experience on the ship and at the ports of call. These months also often bring better cabin selections and sometimes lower prices. Additionally, the beauty of spring bloom and fall colors adds a unique charm to the scenery, enhancing the cruising experience.

    It's important to remember that the Gulf of Alaska's weather can be unpredictable, so packing layers is essential for any cruise in this region. Being prepared for various weather conditions ensures a comfortable and enjoyable cruising experience, allowing you to fully embrace the natural splendor of the Gulf of Alaska.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to the Gulf of Alaska?

    A cruise to the Gulf of Alaska is more than just a holiday; it's a doorway to the extraordinary. First off, there's incredible value for money. One ticket covers your accommodation, travel, and most meals, taking the hassle out of planning and budgeting. Then there's the unrivaled convenience, allowing you to unpack once and settle in while adventure comes to your doorstep each morning.  

    But it's the unique experiences that truly set a Gulf of Alaska cruise apart. Imagine waking up to new, breathtaking coastal views each day, from towering glaciers to secluded bays.

    Cruise lines often offer exclusive excursions, like visiting remote islands or hidden fjords inaccessible by other means. Onboard, you'll enjoy expert talks about the region, enhancing your journey with rich context and history.  

    And let's not forget the ease of accessing diverse landscapes. From the comfort of your ship, you'll witness the dramatic shift from lush forests to icy wonderlands, capturing the true essence of the Alaskan wilderness without the need for strenuous travel. It's not just a cruise; it's a seamless blend of exploration, comfort, and awe-inspiring vistas.

  • Experience the Flavors of the Gulf of Alaska

    The Gulf of Alaska isn't just a feast for the eyes; it's a paradise for seafood lovers too. Imagine sitting down to a meal where the catch was swimming just moments before! One of the hallmarks of Alaskan cuisine is its simplicity, letting the freshness of its iconic dishes shine.  

    Top on your culinary list should be the Alaskan King Crab, renowned for its size and flavor, usually steamed to preserve its natural taste. Don't miss the chance to savor wild-caught salmon, another local staple, often prepared over an open Alderwood fire, giving it a distinct, smoky flavor. For a more casual snack, grab a reindeer sausage from vendors in ports.  

    While on your cruise, onboard dining will often highlight these local flavors, but make sure to step out during port stops for authentic experiences. Restaurants and eateries near the harbor often have the freshest catches. Remember, the food scene is as much about the experience as it is about the meal, so enjoy the rustic eateries' fantastic views, and don't forget to chat with local fishermen for the true Alaskan culinary journey!

  • Immerse Yourself in Gulf of Alaska Culture

    A Gulf of Alaska cruise is more than a scenic adventure; it's a deep dive into a unique cultural experience. The region is home to the indigenous people of Alaska, who have enriched it with a history that stretches back thousands of years, reflected in totem poles, dance performances, and storytelling sessions you might witness during shore excursions.  

    One cannot talk about Alaskan culture without mentioning the iconic Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, an annual event that grips the state. Though it happens in early March, its spirit lingers year-round, and visiting the husky kennels becomes an eye-opener to the world of sled dogs.  

    Festivals are another way Alaskan communities come together. The Gold Rush Days celebrate the area's historic mining era with vibrant displays, while the Alaska Day Festival marks the state's rich heritage with music, parades, and plenty of local food.  

    Every port in the Gulf offers a slice of local tradition. Try to catch cultural demonstrations, visit museums, and don't hesitate to engage with residents. It's through the people that the true soul of Alaska reveals itself, adding unforgettable human connections to the natural grandeur of your cruise.

  • Ready to Book Your Gulf of Alaska Cruise?

    If you're searching for an extraordinary journey, a Gulf of Alaska cruise might just be your ticket to a world of wonder. Imagine waking up to the sight of majestic glaciers, spending your days spotting diverse wildlife like whales and bald eagles, and indulging in the rich cultural heritage of Alaska's indigenous communities. Every day promises a new horizon, teeming with adventures both serene and thrilling.  

    Beyond the natural spectacle, the convenience of a cruise trip adds to the appeal. It's your floating hotel, transporting you from one awe-inspiring location to another, eliminating any travel hassle. The journey also affords you cozy accommodations, delicious meals, and various onboard activities, all tailored to enhance your Alaskan experience.  

    From the spellbinding Northern Lights to the mirror-like waters reflecting pristine landscapes, the Gulf of Alaska is a treasure trove of travel delights. Don't let this dream vacation remain just a fantasy. It's time to make it a reality. Secure your spot, and let the magic of Alaska envelop you.

Alaska - Gulf of Alaska Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is a Gulf of Alaska Cruise?

    A Gulf of Alaska Cruise is the most relaxing and cost-effective way to see as much of the wonderful state of Alaska as you can within a certain time limit. While you could easily fly and travel around the state at your own cost, flights, hotel accommodations, and meals can add up quickly and can often make the entire experience much too expensive. By booking a Gulf of Alaska Cruise your lodging and meals are covered by the ship for a reasonable cost, and you have the chance to visit some of the most beautiful places that Alaska is known for.

  • What’s Included on a Gulf of Alaska Cruise?

    The Gulf of Alaska Cruise is considered an all-inclusive cruise, meaning that everything you could possibly need will be provided for you. Come on board with your clothes and some spending money and everything else is available on the ship. You will be provided with food and drinks while on the ship, but that doesn't mean you should explore some of the restaurants when we dock for the day. Also, some alcoholic beverages and most excursions are at an extra cost to the passengers, and as such are not included in the price. 

  • What’s the Best Gulf of Alaska Cruise?

    The best type of Greek Cruise truly depends on your preferences and the things that you wish to see. While we have named a few possible attractions, not every cruise will hit every port. Make sure you look through our list of Gulf of Alaska Cruises to see which one will check off the most of your "must-see" list. If you require any assistance you can reach out to our team at any time!

  • How Much Does a Gulf of Alaska Cruise Cost?

    The cost of a Gulf of Alaska Cruise depends entirely on how many days you wish to be traveling for, and where you would like to visit. Some cruises start as low as $799 for a 7-day cruise and can go up to $6,029 for a 14-day cruise. There are also options for much longer cruises, including an amazing 78-day cruise for $33,395. While the prices may seem high, they are reasonable when you take into account that they are all-inclusive. Your meals and your lodging are all covered by this cost. 

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