MS Roald Amundsen
18 days

Alaska British Columbia – Alaskan Adventure with Aleutian Islands

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included
MS Roald Amundsen
18 days

Alaska British Columbia – Alaskan Adventure with Aleutian Islands

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included
Alaskan Adventure with Aleutian Islands
  • Experience the Hubbard Glacier – The largest tidewater glacier in North America
  • Explore the fascinating Aleutian Islands, home of the “Deadliest Catch” TV show
  • Great wildlife spotting opportunities – good chance of seeing brown bears
  • Discover the unmatched magnificence of coastal Alaska
Hubbard Glacier, framed by mountains
Day 1
Vancouver - Embarkation
Vancouver – Embarking
West End is a neighborhood in Vancouver
View of the West End, Vancouver, with beautiful waterfront parks.
Embark MS Roald Amundsen in Vancouver. Guest have to possibility to start the adventure early with a pro-voyage program.
 
Temperature range in August: 57 – 72 °F
West End is a neighborhood in Vancouver
View of the West End, Vancouver, with beautiful waterfront parks.
Orcas (killer whales) in Alaska
Orcas (killer whales) in Alaska
Photo: Christopher Michel
Day 2
At sea
At sea – cruising through British Columbia
Orcas (killer whales) in Alaska
Orcas (killer whales) in Alaska
Photo: Christopher Michel
We sail north through the narrow, weaving channels of Canada’s Inside Passage. Good chance of seeing dolphins, porpoise, orcas, and whales that frequent these protected inland waters. Guests can join our expedition team for fascinating lectures.
 
Optional activities:
 
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Day 3
Ketchikan, Alaska - Full Day
Ketchikan, Alaska
Antique boardwalk, Ketchikan Creek Street, Alaska
Antique boardwalk, Ketchikan Creek Street, Alaska
Photo: Bernard Spragg
Spend the day in this true frontier town with strong ties to Tlingit culture and home to one of the largest collections of standing totem poles.
 
Temperature range in August: 52 – 46°F 
    
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
 

Included activity:

Alaskan Lumberjack show (1 hr)

Learn about Alaska's rich logging history through displays of strength and agility, action, excitement and laughter! World champion lumberjacks compete in 12 athletic events utilizing axes, razor sharp saws and powerful chainsaws. Your cheers will turn to roars of excitement as axes fly, men fall from tall trees, and then run atop spinning logs floating in the water.

Optional Excursions
  • Included
    Ketchikan - Alaskan Lumberjack Show
    Learn about Alaska's rich logging history through displays of strength and agility, action, excitement and laughter!
  • Ketchikan – Eagles, Raptors & Rainforest Experience
    Join us for a guided rainforest trail walk to search for wildlife and experience a new presentation and exhibit about raptors, including a close encounter with a live bald eagle.
  • Ketchikan - Potlatch City Tour with Totem Bight State Park
    Experience sightseeing in the beautiful coastal community of Ketchikan on a day tour complete with historic sites and city highlights.
  • Ketchikan Historic Walking Tour
    Gain a unique understanding of Ketchikan and its Tlingit culture on this guided walking tour of Alaska’s ‘First City’.
  • Ketchikan - Bering Sea Crab Fishermen's Tour
    Step aboard a ship with a fascinating and colorful history as a commercial crab fishing boat and hear about the amazing world of Alaskan crab fishing.
  • Ketchikan – Alaskan Fishing & Wilderness Dining
    Experience the thrill of fishing in Alaskan waters before dining on your catch of the day!
  • Ketchikan – Misty Fjords Flightseeing
    Discover magnificent Misty Fjords National Monument in an impeccably maintained Alaskan bush floatplane.
Antique boardwalk, Ketchikan Creek Street, Alaska
Antique boardwalk, Ketchikan Creek Street, Alaska
Photo: Bernard Spragg
Sign welcoming you to Ketchikan, Akaska’s first city
Sign welcoming you to Ketchikan, Akaska’s first city
Photo: Greyloch
Wrangell, Alaska
Wrangell Town, one of the oldest island towns in Alaska.
Photo: Rob Wynne
Eagle Totem and Clan House on Shakes Island, Wrangell
Eagle Totem and Clan House on Shakes Island, Wrangell
Photo: Gillfoto
Seals in the Harbour of Wrangell
Seals in the Harbor of Wrangell.
Photo: Andrew E. Russell
Day 4
Wrangell
Soul of Alaska
Eagle Totem and Clan House on Shakes Island, Wrangell
Eagle Totem and Clan House on Shakes Island, Wrangell
Photo: Gillfoto

One of the oldest island towns in Alaska, Wrangell has been governed by four different nations – Tlingit, Russian, British and United States. Numerous petroglyphs on the beach and moss-covered totem poles manifest to the distant past of this area. Outside of the main cruise ships routes, nowadays it remains a simple fishing town.

Day 5
Sitka
Explore Sitka
Sunset view of the sea and islands outside Sitka, Alaska
Sunset view of the sea and islands outside Sitka, Alaska
Photo: Joseph
Sitka used to be the capital of Russian Alaska. Guests can visit the town’s wooden Russian Orthodox cathedral and other historic buldings.
 
Temperature range in August: 48 – 63°F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
 

Included activity:

Alaska Raptor Centre (45 mins)

Join us on a visit to the Alaska Raptor Center, which rehabilitates injured bald eagles and other birds of prey. See the 24 ‘raptors-in-residence’, including bald and golden eagles, hawks, falcons and owls, and learn about their habitats and how they came to be permanent residents at the Center.

Optional Excursions
  • Included
    Sitka - Alaska Raptor Centre
    Join us on a visit to the Alaska Raptor Center, which rehabilitates injured bald eagles and other birds of prey
  • Sitka Cultural Discovery
    Explore the historical highlights and heritage of Sitka, a former Russian capital city, on a unique, fully-narrated sightseeing journey that includes a tour through Sitka National Park and folk dancing presentation.
  • Sitka Kayak Adventure
    Enjoy a fully guided kayaking adventure exploring Sitka Sound’s spectacular scenery and marine life.
  • Sitka - Sea Otter, Raptors & Bears
    This unforgettable tour provides the opportunity to experience all three of Sitka’s most popular wildlife viewing experiences.
  • Sitka - Wildlife Quest and Fin Island Lodge
    The ultimate Alaska experience begins as soon as you board this expedition vessel in Sitka. Experience a magnificent scenic cruise followed by a delicious Alaskan feast!
  • Sitka – Alaska Zodiac Adventure & Fin Island Lodge
    Explore the waters and islands surrounding Sitka in a Zodiac and get a taste of real Alaska adventure before indulging a true Alaskan feast!
Sunset view of the sea and islands outside Sitka, Alaska
Sunset view of the sea and islands outside Sitka, Alaska
Photo: Joseph
A Russian cathedral in Sitka, former capital of Russian Alaska
A Russian cathedral in Sitka, former capital of Russian Alaska
Photo: Barek
Hubbard Glacier, framed by mountains
Hubbard Glacier in Disenchantment Bay framed by mountains.
Photo: NPS Photo
Hubbard Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in North America
Hubbard Glacier, the largest tidewater glacier in North America
Photo: Bernard Spragg
Day 6
Hubbard Glacier - Half Day
Hubbard Glacier
Hubbard Glacier, framed by mountains
Hubbard Glacier in Disenchantment Bay framed by mountains.
Photo: NPS Photo
We visit the Hubbard Glacier – the largest tidewater glacier in North America.
 
Temperature range in August: 46 – 61 °F
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Day 7
At sea
At Sea – The Gulf of Alaska
Orcas (Killer whales) in Alaska
Spend time on deck, on the lookout for Orcas (Killer whales).
Photo: Jim Pfeiffenberger
The day can be spent enjoying lectures by the expedition team, spend time on deck or in the lounge as we sail toward Kodiak Island and the Alaskan Peninsula.
 
Optional activities:
 
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Orcas (Killer whales) in Alaska
Spend time on deck, on the lookout for Orcas (Killer whales).
Photo: Jim Pfeiffenberger
Beach between Lake Gertrude and the ocean at Fort Abercrombie
Beach between Lake Gertrude and the ocean at Fort Abercrombie.
Photo: NAQL
Whale watching from Kodiak Island
Whale watching from Kodiak Island.
Photo: Christopher Michel
Fort Abercrombie State Historic Park
Fort Abercrombie State Historic Park.
Photo: NAQL
Day 8
Kodiak - Full Day
Explore Kodiak
Whale watching from Kodiak Island
Whale watching from Kodiak Island.
Photo: Christopher Michel
Kodiak is the main city on Kodiak Island. Guest can take a walk to Abercrombie Park to combine history and wildlife spotting, or visit the cliff at Miller Point to watch for whales.
 
Temperature range in August: 50 – 60 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
 

Included activity:

Town Package with Museum (2 - 4 hrs)

Enjoy a stroll through the city of Kodiak, home to the USA’s largest Coast Guard base, and see the Russian Orthodox Church and Seminary. Visit the Kodiak History Museum and the Alutiiq Museum, with its impressive collection derived from 7,500 years of Alutiiq heritage.

Optional Excursions
  • Included
    Kodiak - Town Package with Museum
    Enjoy a stroll through the city of Kodiak, home to the USA’s largest Coast Guard base, and see the Russian Orthodox Church and Seminary.
  • Kodiak Sightseeing & Wildlife Cruise
    Welcome aboard one of our comfortable and well-equipped sightseeing tour boats and enjoy an extensive expedition around the Kodiak archipelago - an opportunity unique to the ‘Last Frontier’.
  • Kodiak & Afognak Island Flightseeing
    Join us for an amazing aerial experience and the best way to see the majestic Kodiak Archipelago.
Day 9
Kinak Bay
Kinak Bay
Bears foraging at Katmai National Park´s Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes
Bears foraging at Katmai National Park's Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.
Photo: Katmai National Park and Preserve
Katmai National Park's Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes is a dramatic volcanic landscape, with mountains rising to almost 3,000 feet. Here we hope to find brown bears as they forage along the shore for clams, and lunch on berries or fish.
 
Temperature range in August: 50 – 60 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Bears foraging at Katmai National Park´s Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes
Bears foraging at Katmai National Park's Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.
Photo: Katmai National Park and Preserve
Curious bears in green landscape
Curious bears await near Katmai National Park.
Photo: Lisa Hupp
Beautiful mountains surrounding Chignic.
Beautiful mountains surrounding Chignic.
Photo: Alamy
Great fishing in Chignic.
Great fishing in Chignic.
Photo: Alamy
Sockeye Salmon.
Sockeye Salmon.
Photo: shutterstock
Day 10
Chignik
Where the Aleutian Mountains meet the Gulf of Alaska
Great fishing in Chignic.
Great fishing in Chignic.
Photo: Alamy

In the small village of Chignik Bay, red salmon fishing has been the core of the community’s economy for over a century. Stop in at the fish factory, meet the welcoming locals, or explore the salmon streams in the scenic surroundings. Scan the shores to spot the 20-or-so waterfowl species, or the skies for bald eagles.

Day 11
Unga Village - Full Day
Unga Village
A large body of water with a mountain in the background
Explore the village ruins of a once bustling community.
Photo: Joseph/Flickr
Explore the ghost town Unga Village and the landscape in its surrounding. The village was abandoned in 1969. 
 
Temperature range in August: 50 – 60 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
A large body of water with a mountain in the background
Explore the village ruins of a once bustling community.
Photo: Joseph/Flickr
A boat on a body of water with a mountain in the background
The popular TV show `Deadliest Catch´ is based in Dutch Harbor, featuring local fishing crews.
Photo: James Brooks
Fishing boats, Dutch Harbor
Fishing boats, Dutch Harbor.
Photo: Joseph
Volcanic peak of Mount Makushin
Volcanic peak of Mount Makushin.
Photo: Allan Shimada
Day 12
Dutch Harbor - Half Day
Dutch Harbor
Fishing boats, Dutch Harbor
Fishing boats, Dutch Harbor.
Photo: Joseph
Dutch Harbor is the home of the TV show ‘Deadliest Catch’. Guests can stroll around town, stop at the Museum of the Aleutians and visit the local Russian Orthodox Church. There’s also a good change of seeing steaming Volcano Mount Makushin as we sail toward the harbor. 
 
Temperature range in August: 46 – 54 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
 

Included activity:

Hop on / Hop off Around the Town (1 - 4 hrs)

Visit the famous fishing town of Dutch Harbor, the scene of a World War II battle in June 1942. Ride local school buses to see such landmarks as the WWII Museum, the Grand Aleutian Hotel, Memorial Park and the Russian Orthodox Church. You can also visit the compelling Museum of the Aleutians with exhibits featuring the varied facets of this fascinating archipelago.

Optional Excursions
  • Included
    Dutch Harbor - Hop on / Hop off Around the Town
    Visit the famous fishing town of Dutch Harbor, the scene of a World War II battle in June 1942.
  • Dutch Harbour - Bunker Hill Hike
    Join us for an enjoyable guided hike to the top of Bunker Hill for spectacular views and rich history!
Day 13
At sea
At Sea
Birdwatching from the ship
Birdwatching from the ship.
Photo: Kaitlin Thoresen
MS Roald Amundsen continues north from the Aleutian Islands into the Bering Sea and onto our next stop at St. Paul island. The expedition team will prepare guests for our upcoming destinations and continue their lecture series. 
 
Optional activities:
 
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Birdwatching from the ship
Birdwatching from the ship.
Photo: Kaitlin Thoresen
Seals near the village of Saint Paul, Alaska
Seals near the village of Saint Paul, Alaska.
Photo: Bill Briggs
Tufted puffins, St. Paul Island, Alaska
Tufted puffins make this area a bird lovers' paradise.
Photo: Isaac Sanchez
Day 14
St. Paul - Full Day
Explore St. Paul
Seals near the village of Saint Paul, Alaska
Seals near the village of Saint Paul, Alaska.
Photo: Bill Briggs
St. Paul is a bird lovers’ paradise and Horned and tufted puffins and rare red-legged kittiwake are found here. In addition, half of the world’s northern fur seal population lives in the surrounding waters.
 
Temperature range in August: 45 – 52 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Day 15
St. Matthew Island - Half Day
St. Matthew Island
A close up of a snow covered mountain
A view of the St. Matthew nature reserve. Today we will have the opportunity to see some of the wildlife who call this island home.
Photo: Kevin Schafer
When guests step ashore on tbe beaches of St. Matthew island, they will be the only humans there. They can scout for countless seabirds, and maybe even spot an Arctic fox.
 
Temperature range in August: 45 – 52 °F 
 
Optional activities may include:
 
·       Kayaking
·       Hiking
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
A close up of a snow covered mountain
A view of the St. Matthew nature reserve. Today we will have the opportunity to see some of the wildlife who call this island home.
Photo: Kevin Schafer
Whale watching from deck
Whale watching from deck.
Photo: Kaitlin Thoreson
Day 16
At sea - Bering Sea
At sea - Bering Sea
Whale watching from deck
Whale watching from deck.
Photo: Kaitlin Thoreson
Enjoy a relaxing last day onboard and take time to watch for whales on deck.  The expedition team will recap the voyage.
 
Optional activities:
 
·       Wildlife watching
·       Lectures
Day 17
Nome - Disembarkation & Flight
Nome - Disembarkation & Flight
A small wooden house from the gold rush era, Nome
A small wooden house from the gold rush era, Nome
Photo: Jerry Kirkhart
The voyage ends in this famous gold rush town. Transfer to the airport for the flight to Vancouver and an overnight stay.
 
Temperature range in August: 48 – 57 °F
 
Included transfers and flights:
 
·       Couch-class flight from Nome to Vancouver
·       Transfer from the ship to Nome airport after the voyage
A small wooden house from the gold rush era, Nome
A small wooden house from the gold rush era, Nome
Photo: Jerry Kirkhart
Abandoned locomotive from the gold rush era in Alaska
Abandoned locomotive from the gold rush era in Alaska
Photo: Gregory Smith
Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
Day 18
Vancouver
Vancouver
Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
Overnight stay including breakfast in Vancouver. Guest have the chance to explore the city unescorted and join a Post-Voyage program.
 
Temperature range in August: 57 – 72 °F
 
Included transfer & hotel:
 
·       One-night bed and breakfast at a centrally located hotel
·       Transfer from airport to hotel in Vancouver

 

Hurtigruten offers unique expedition cruises to some of the most remote and pristine waters of the world. As with all expeditions; nature prevails. Weather, and ice and sea conditions, sets the final framework for all Hurtigruten’s operations. Safety and unparalleled guest experiences are at all times our top priorities. All our indicative itineraries are continuously evaluated for adaptions, whether this is due to constraints the elements unexpectedly presents – or exciting possibilities nature and wildlife offer. That is why we call it an expedition.
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What's Included

Included in Your Expedition

Flights
·       Couch-class flight from Nome to Vancouver 
 
Hotel
·       Overnight hotel in Vancouver including breakfast
 
Transfers
·       Transfer from the airport to the hotel in Vancouver before the voyage.
·       Transfer from the ship to Nome airport after the voyage
 
Voyage
·       Full-board expedition voyage aboard MS Roald Amundsen in a cabin of your choice
·       A choice of three onboard restaurants 
·       All meals include beverages (house beer and wine, sodas, and mineral water in all onboard restaurants)
·       Complimentary tea and coffee
·       Free Wi-Fi on board
·       Complimentary expedition jacket developed for and by explorers
·       Complimentary reusable water bottle made from aluminum to use at water refill stations located throughout the ship
·       Loan of boots, trekking poles, and all equipment needed for included and optional activities
·       No gratuities expected
·       English-speaking Expedition Team organize and accompany activities aboard and ashore
 
Onboard Activities
·       Experts on the Expedition Team deliver in-depth lectures on science, culture, wildlife, biology, geology and history
·       Explorer Science program, with educational and Citizen Science activities that let you learn about the sights you’ll see while contributing to research
·       Use of the ship’s Science Center which has an extensive library and advanced biological and geological microscopes
·       Professional onboard photographer gives top tips and tricks for the best landscape and wildlife photos, and camera settings
·       Use of the ship’s hot tubs, sauna and fitness room with panoramic view
·       Rejuvenating wellness areas with separate treatment rooms, infinity pool, outdoor gym, running track 
·       Opportunities to engage with the Expedition Team and other guests, including a welcome event, daily gatherings to recap the day and prepare for the day to come
·       Opportunities to dine and interact with the Expedition Team and officers 
·       Port presentations providing destination insight
·       A farewell event

Not Included In Your Expedition

·       Travel insurance
·       International flights International flight package to Reykjavik and from Edmonton
·       Optional shore excursions with local partners
·       Luggage handling
·       Optional small-group adventures such as kayaking with our Expedition Team 
·        Pre and post-programs
 

Notes

This cruise is not suitable for guests using wheelchairs due to the possibility of using tender boats during embarkation or disembarkation.

MS Roald Amundsen
Science Center
Photo: Agurtxane Concellon
A small boat in a large body of water

Your Ship

MS Roald Amundsen

Year built 2019
Shipyard Kleven Yards
Passenger capacity 530 (500 in Antarctica)
Gross tonnage 20 889 T
Length 140 m
Beam 23,6 m
Speed 15 knots
MS Roald Amundsen

In 2019, Hurtigruten added a brand new ship to its fleet: the MS Roald Amundsen. The state of the art vessel features new and environmentally sustainable hybrid technology that will reduce fuel consumption and show the world that hybrid propulsion on large ships is possible.

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Aune Restaurant, MS Roald Amundsen
Photo: Espen Mills

Optional Excursions

Some expedition cruises include excursions that can be reserved for no additional charge. These included excursions can often be combined with other excursions available in port.

Please note excursions are subject to change and are not yet available for booking for departures after March 2021.

Included
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Ketchikan - Alaskan Lumberjack Show

Alaska

Duration

1hr

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking Code

INCL-KTN1

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Ketchikan – Eagles, Raptors & Rainforest Experience

Alaska

Duration

3hrs

Price per person

From $ 166

Booking Code

A-KTN11

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Ketchikan - Potlatch City Tour with Totem Bight State Park

Alaska

Duration

3 hours

Price per person

From $ 83

Booking Code

A-KTN2

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Ketchikan - Ketchikan Historic Walking Tour

Alaska

Duration

1 hours 30 min

Price per person

From $ 66

Booking Code

A-KTN4

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Ketchikan - Bering Sea Crab Fishermen's Tour

Alaska

Duration

3 hours 15 min

Price per person

From $ 199

Booking Code

A-KTN5

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Ketchikan – Alaskan Fishing & Wilderness Dining

Alaska

Duration

5hrs

Price per person

From $ 399

Booking Code

A-KTN12

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Ketchikan – Misty Fjords Flightseeing

Alaska

Duration

2h15

Price per person

From $ 383

Booking Code

A-KTN8

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Included
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Sitka - Alaska Raptor Centre

Alaska

Duration

45 min

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking Code

INCL-SIT1

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Sitka - Sitka Cultural Discovery

Alaska

Duration

2 hours 30 min

Price per person

From $ 83

Booking Code

A-SIT2

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Sitka Kayak Adventure

Alaska

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

From $ 149

Booking Code

A-SIT3

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Sitka - Sea Otter, Raptors & Bears

Alaska

Duration

5 hours

Price per person

From $ 166

Booking Code

A-SIT4

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Sitka - Wildlife Quest and Fin Island Lodge

Alaska

Duration

3 hours 30 min

Price per person

From $ 249

Booking Code

A-SIT5

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Sitka – Alaska Zodiac Adventure & Fin Island Lodge

Alaska

Duration

3h45

Price per person

From $ 149

Booking Code

A-SIT6

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Included
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Kodiak - Town Package with Museum

Alaska

Duration

2 - 4 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking Code

INCL-ADQ1

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Kodiak - Kodiak Sightseeing & Wildlife Cruise

Alaska

Duration

2h30

Price per person

From $ 366

Booking Code

A-ADQ4

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Kodiak - Kodiak & Afognak Island Flightseeing

Alaska

Duration

2hrs

Price per person

From $ 499

Booking Code

A-ADQ5

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Included
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Dutch Harbor - Hop on / Hop off Around the Town

Alaska

Duration

1 - 4 hrs

Price per person

Free – please reserve

Booking Code

INCL-DUT1

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Dutch Harbor - Bunker Hill Hike

Alaska

Duration

2 hrs

Price per person

From $ 66

Booking Code

A-DUT1

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Extend Your Cruise

Get more out of your journey by adding a Pre- or Post-Program before or after your expedition cruise.

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Rocky Mountaineer and Vancouver: Pre-Programme

North America, Northwest Passage

Duration

7 Days

From

$ 4,889

Booking Code

YVRROCKPREB/YVROCKPRED

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Vancouver: Pre-Cruise Land Adventure

North America

Duration

2 Days

From

$ 652

Booking Code

YVRPREA

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Whistler & Sea to Sky Gondola: Post-Excursion

North America

Duration

9 Hours

From

$ 268

Booking Code

YVR04

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