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Cruises and land tours are great ways to see Alaska. Which one is right for you?
7-10 days is the most common. Find how many days you need based on what you want to see and do in Alaska.
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Stay casual, dress in layers, and get proper footwear
Cruises depart Juneau or Sitka. Boutique, small ship adventure cruises in Alaska's Inside Passage
Cruises depart from Whittier, a 1 hr drive from Anchorage. 2-5 day small ship explorations
The most intimate multi-day cruise option. Book entire boat for your family or group, or opt to bunk with other guests. Trips available from Whittier, Homer, Seward, Juneau, and Sitka.
The classic Alaska Cruise, offered by such companies as Holland America, Princess, and Royal Caribbean. Choose a round-trip Inside passage or one-way Gulf of Alaska Cruise.
Our picks for the best tours and experiences during your Alaska Cruise.
Stops include Seward (Kenai Fjords), Girdwood, Whittier & Spencer Glacier
Stops include Wasilla, Talkeetna, Denali National Park & Fairbanks
Photo Credit: D Dewhurst
The King Eider is a beautiful duck of the Arctic. During mirgrations, flocks of up to 10,000 can be seen. Females incubate and raise their young alone, sometimes sitting on their eggs for up to seven days without moving.