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Cruise tours offer an in-depth look at America's last unspoiled frontier. They combine a spectacular Alaska cruise with a land tour to the interior of Alaska or Canada that typically includes travel by motor coach, a train excursion in domed rail cars, and stays in wilderness lodges. Denali National Park is the most visited destination on land tours of Alaska while the Canadian Rockies are a favorite on Canada tours.
Alaska Cruise & Alaska Tour
On an Alaska cruise & Alaska tour, you will begin your vacation with the land portion followed by the cruise. You will fly into Anchorage or Fairbanks and visit Alaska's interior then travel to Seward or Whittier for your southbound cruise to Vancouver. Southbound itineraries tend to be more popular with tourists who prefer the fast-paced schedule of a tour at the beginning of their trip, so they can spend the rest of their time relaxing.
Alaska Cruise & Canada Tour
An Alaska cruise & Canada tour may include a land tour to the Yukon or the Canadian Rockies. Tours to the Yukon may also visit the interior of Alaska. On tours to the Canadian Rockies, you will travel by train on Rocky Mountaineer Railtours through pristine wilderness and may visit Banff and Jasper National Parks, Lake Louise, and the cities of Vancouver, Kamloops and Calgary. The land tour usually precedes a 7-night Alaska cruise.
The cruise tour season lasts from May through September and cruise tours last from 10 to 18 nights. You can find the most affordable rates for cruise tours in May and September, the off-peak periods.
Below are guidelines of what is typically included and excluded on a cruise tour. Every cruise tour is unique. Always verify the details of the trip you select with your Vacations To Go cruise counselor.
The land tour portion will include:
The cruise portion of your trip will include:
Your cruise tour WILL NOT include: