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Going places that I’ve never been. Seeing things that I may never see again.

 

 

                                                             

 

More than a million people take an Alaskan cruise every year, making the US state one of the world’s most popular cruise destinations. It’s easy to see why. Virtually all cruises sail via the Inside Passage, the spectacular labyrinth of islands, inlets, fjords and mountains that starts north of Vancouver Island and runs to Juneau, the Alaskan state capital and beyond. With the scenery come countless opportunities for wildlife watching, a wide variety of outdoor activities and the chance to explore the cultures of the many indigenous people that still live within the wilderness known as Alaska.

 

          3.5 million                100,000                 10,690 km                746,079

                           LAKES                                    ESTIMATED GLACIERS                     ALASKAN COASTLINE                            POPULATION

 

 

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CHOOSE A YEAR TO CRUISE ALASKA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GLACIERS

Our Alaska itineraries will bring you face to face with at least one of these icy mammoths in places like stunning Glacier Bay National Park — a UNESCO World Heritage Site and named a Cruise Wonder of the World by Condé Nast Traveler — or breathtaking Tracy Arm Fjord, and farther north at College Fjord or Hubbard Glacier.

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WILDLIFE

How many times in your life have you had the opportunity to see moose grazing in vast meadows, whales frolicking in glistening waters and bears in their native habitat? In Alaska, all that is possible — including glimpsing Denali National Park’s Big Five: brown bears, wolves, moose, Dall sheep and caribou.

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NATIONAL PARKS

Here you’ll find some of America’s most stunning national gems — awe-inspiring Denali National Park, home to North America’s tallest peak, 20,310-foot Denali; Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, larger than the country of Switzerland; Glacier Bay National Park with towering Margerie Glacier; and beautiful Kenai Fjords National Park, with its glaciers and abundant marine life.

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TOP 10 MUST SEES

It's easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of locations and activities in Alaska. So if you need help whittling down your bucket list, consider these Top 10 Alaska experiences you shouldn't miss—and will never forget.

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