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Set sail between Seward, Alaska and Vancouver, Canada on a one-way cruise to Alaska. Discover a variety of fascinating ports in the Last Frontier, like Ketchikan, Icy Strait Point, and Juneau. Witness majestic landscapes as you cruise through the Inside Passage. Explore the art and history of totem poles. Hike through Alaska’s rainforests. Tour Kenai Fjords to see orcas, puffins, Dall sheep, and sea lions.
Arrive a few days early or spend a few days at the end of your trip to enjoy the remarkable cities of Seward and Vancouver. Or make your journey even more unforgettable with a Cruisetour, where you’ll discover the best of inland Alaska and Canada.
Mountains, beaches, rainforest, and a variety of cultures make up this incredible city, one of the most vibrant in North America. Explore the third-largest Chinatown on the continent. Nourish your spirit in the botanical gardens. If you’re adventurous, cross the 450-foot Capilano Suspension Bridge across the Capilano River gorge. Walk among fragrant Douglas firs on a forest canopy walkway and feel the everyday melt away.
Charming and quaint, the intimate size of Seward adds to its appeal. As a gateway to the massive Kenai Fjords National Park, you can sail in a cabin cruiser or a catamaran to see glaciers, orcas, puffins, and bald eagles. Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center, Alaska’s premier public aquarium and marine life rehab center. Learn all about the intriguing local wildlife from seals, puffins, and salmon to octopus, otters, and moon jellyfish.
The second-largest city in Alaska is a pristine nature-lover’s dream. Venture down one of the area’s hiking trails to immerse yourself in Alaska’s great outdoors. Explore the city’s bustling downtown and take the aerial tram up Mt. Roberts. Tour Auke Bay by boat for an impressive whale-watching adventure. You can even helicopter up to the Juneau Icefield followed by an exhilarating dog-sledding experience.
In Ketchikan, take a serene kayak ride through the Misty Fjords or an adventurous hike up Deer Mountain. Stroll downtown for amazing restaurants, charming shops, and art galleries. Ketchikan is home to the world’s largest collection of Northwest totem poles, each with its own story to tell. It’s the perfect place to explore local heritage and watch a master totem pole carver at work.
Enjoy unforgettable whale watching, scenic hiking, and a look into the local Tlingit people’s culture in Icy Strait Point. Explore the salmon cannery, built in 1912, that has been fully restored. It now holds a museum, restaurants, and craft shops owned by locals. If it’s an adventure you want, the world’s largest and highest ZipRider is located here, running 5,495 feet with a 1,300-foot drop and top speed of 65 mph.