Find breathtaking adventures in the wilds of the Great Land.
Whale watching. Gold Rush history. The Iditarod. Wild grizzlies. These are just a few of the things you can experience when you take a luxury cruise to Alaska. While our specialists can book your passage on any sized vessel, many of our travelers enjoy the intimacy of a small ship and its additional benefits, including navigating through passages large cruise liners can’t reach and making unplanned stops to view passing wildlife.
Alaska isn’t called the Last Frontier for nothing. Its weather and landscape are so rugged and remote that it has by far the lowest population density of any state in the US. As your small ship cruises into the Alaskan ports of Whittier or Seward, you will encounter a breathtaking view of Mount Denali, the tallest peak in North America.
If your luxurious cruise stays in Seward or Whittier long enough for you to disembark for a day, you might consider boarding another boat for a half-day tour to nearby Kenai Fjords National Park. The bounty of the park includes jaw-dropping glacier fields, orca pods, seals, whales, sea otters, mountain goats, and eagles.
From the lawless Gold Rush days to the famous journey by dogsled that led to the formation of the Iditarod, Alaska is full of history and adventure. Book a private dogsled experience with your party and travel five miles through snowy backwoods with your guide, and follow it up in the evening with a visit to a relaxing natural hot spring where you can view the Northern Lights overhead.
For the winter adrenaline seekers, stop off for a snowmobile excursion in the Alaska backcountry, or take a guided tour through the underbelly of a glacier. If you’re planning a small ship cruise to Alaska in the summer, there are a variety of ATV tours through the wilderness that take advantage of the smaller amounts of snow.
No matter how rugged or remote your trips onto the Alaskan tundra are, you can rest easy knowing that the luxury you deserve is waiting for you back on your Alaskan cruise ship.