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Date Port/City Activity Arrival Departure
Day  1 Vancouver, British Columbia 4:30PM
Day  2 Inside Passage, Alaska Crusing
Day  3 Ketchikan, Alaska Docked 7:00AM 3:00PM
Day  4 Icy Strait Point, Alaska Tendered 10:00AM 8:00PM
Day  5 Juneau, Alaska Docked 7:00AM 8:30PM
Day  6 Skagway, Alaska Docked 7:00AM 4:00PM
Day  7 Hubbard Glacier, Alaska Crusing 7:00AM 11:00AM
Day  8 Seward, Alaska 5:00AM

Day  1: Vancouver, British Columbia

Uncovering authentic local finds and having experiences that make you feel like you’ve really connected with a place are important elements in ensuring an extraordinary vacation. We’re taking advantage of our partnership with Travel + Leisure to get their editors’ recommendations and insider tips on the places you will want to visit. Here are their picks for just one of the 150 destinations they covered.

Must-Sees from the Editors of
Travel + Leisure

Gastown
The city’s most historic neighborhood is known for cobblestoned streets lined with happening restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Order an avant-garde cocktail at speakeasy-style Diamond (di6mond.com) and creative tapas at the tiny Judas Goat Taberna (judasgoat.ca).

Granville Island
Under the Granville Street Bridge, the city’s indoor/outdoor public market is flush with farmers and food artisans selling everything from fresh oysters and loose teas to heavenly chocolates. Surrounding shops include Artisan Sake Maker, where owner Masa Shiroki sells handcrafted rice wine, and the Umbrella Shop, for that Vancouver weather essential.

Stanley Park
The 1,000-acre spread of temperate rain forest occupies the northwest end of the city’s downtown peninsula. Almost completely surrounded by water, the park remains mostly wild; exploring its inner trails among giant ferns and towering cedars is a nature lover’s nirvana.

Be sure to visit our Shore Excursions page or speak with our onboard Destination Concierge for arrangements to any of these must-sees.

Day  2: Inside Passage, Alaska

You'll sail beyond the Inside Passage into the more protected Alaska Inside Passage, a complex labyrinth of fjords and bays where whales and sea lions find refuge during the summer months.

Ketchikan, Alaska

Day  3: Ketchikan, Alaska

In addition to being the jumping-off point for seaplane excursions into the Misty Fjords National Monument and its 2.2 million acres of wilderness nirvana, Ketchikan is also the ancestral home of the Tlingit tribe. Another "must-see" here is the world's largest collection of totem poles. You can learn what motivates someone to turn a piece of lumber into a towering work of art at the Saxman Native Village and Totem Bight and Totem Heritage Center.

Known as the "Salmon Capital of the World," Ketchikan is also the ancestral home of the Tlingit people, who have carved the world's largest collection of totem poles. The name comes from the Tlingit phrase "katch kanna," which roughly translated means "spread wings of a thundering eagle," a tribute to the hundreds of eagles that nest in the mountain forests above this small outpost.

Day  4: Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Fifty miles west of Juneau and at the mouth of Glacier Bay, lies historic Icy Strait Point. Travelers have the unique opportunity to experience Tlingit culture, superior wildlife viewing opportunities and years of Alaskan history.

For thousands of years, the Tlingit Indians have called this place home. Located just 22 miles southeast of Glacier Bay National Park, Icy Strait Point offers travelers the chance to view wildlife like humpback whales, eagles, and brown bears, or to explore monuments to the region's fishing heritage.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Juneau, Alaska

Day  5: Juneau, Alaska

Here's your chance to take a glacial dogsled adventure via helicopter in Alaska's capital. A city that gracefully balances frontier ruggedness with cosmopolitan flair. Mendenhall Glacier, a river of ice measuring 1.5 miles in width and over 6 miles in length, is part of Juneau's Icefield, 1500 square miles of ice that feeds 38 glaciers and ready for you to take a float trip on it.

Skagway, Alaska

Day  6: Skagway, Alaska

It's doubtful you'll succumb to gold fever, but if any place on earth can summon up the thrill of prospecting, it's Skagway. By embracing its gold-rush past, Skagway has managed to preserve a frontier spirit complete with saloons and dance-hall revues. If the spirit does overtake you, passage on the White Pass & Yukon Railway or a ride on the Klondike Highway will take you to places where you can roll up your sleeves and do some prospecting of your own.

When gold was discovered in the Klondike in 1896, this town was gripped by a serious epidemic of Gold Fever, one that attracted all manner of fortune hunters, saloon owners and adventurers. Now the only prospecting is done by visitors looking to take home a souvenir nugget or two.

To learn more about this exciting port, please refer to our Port Explorer guide.

Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Day  7: Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Hubbard Glacier is the one glacier in the world that does not move at a glacial pace. Quite the opposite.  In fact, in 1986, Hubbard Glacier - the largest tidewater glacier on the North American continent - moved an average of just under 5.5 feet per hour.  Keep a watchful eye as you sail through the Yakutat Bay, as you may be a witness to geological history.

Hubbard Glacier is the largest calving glacier on the North American continent. The glacier routinely calves off icebergs as high as 10-story buildings, sending massive blocks of ice into the sea every few minutes.

Seward, Alaska

Day  8: Seward, Alaska

Seward is a fishing village surrounded by the unrivaled beauty of the Kenai Wildlife Refuge, the Alaska Maritime National Refuge, Chugach National Forest and the Kenai Fjords National Park. As you might expect, opportunities for up-close and personal encounters with wildlife abound.



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