If You Cruise, Make It A Means to an End
Cruises are a great way to see Alaska’s coastal mountains, glaciers, marine wildlife, and towns. But you don’t want to miss our highest mountains, “Big Five” land mammals, or vast interior landscapes, so…
- If you choose a conventional cruise, add a land tour segment.
- When you hit ports of call, have your excursions well thought out beforehand, allow our agents to assist you in researching your options.
- Consider a small ship cruise that gets you closer to glaciers and wildlife, and allows you to visit smaller ports and bays where big ships can’t go.
Come At The Right Time Of Year
Days are long, and temperatures are comfortable anytime from May to September. Hotel rates are lower during our shoulder seasons (mid-May to mid-June and early September), but temperatures a little warmer during peak season. It gets rainier as the summer progresses.