Alaska and British Columbia
Alaska's towns and villages offer rich histories and origins. There is strong Russian history and Norwegian heritage, gold rush towns with their saloons and native villages adorned with totem poles and intricate carvings.
Photo: Brewbooks
Known as the Last Frontier, Alaska is a paradise for wildlife. Whales feed in Alaskan waters. Bears roam the shores or catch salmon in rivers. Sea lions group on rocky outcrops, eagles soar from tree to tree, and seals float on icebergs deep in the fjords. There is nowhere else on Earth quite like Alaska.
Known as the Last Frontier, Alaska is a paradise for wildlife. Whales feed in Alaskan waters. Bears roam the shores or catch salmon in rivers. Sea lions group on rocky outcrops, eagles soar from tree to tree, and seals float on icebergs deep in the fjords. There is nowhere else on Earth quite like Alaska.
Photo: Mary Lynn Stephenson

Alaska and British Columbia – Wilderness, Glaciers and Culture (Itinerary 2, Southbound)

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Roald Amundsen

Departures:
11 June 2020
 
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Price from : $ 5685 per person

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Sail with MS Roald Amundsen into the Tracy Arm Fjord near Juneau, Alaska.
Sail with MS Roald Amundsen into the Tracy Arm Fjord near Juneau, Alaska.

Alaska and British Columbia – Wilderness, Glaciers and Culture (Itinerary 2, Southbound)

Duration: 14 days
Ship: MS Roald Amundsen

Departures:
11 June 2020
 
Savings already applied to price
Click here for Terms & Conditions

Price from : $ 5685 per person

Check prices and availability
Petersburg, a thriving fishing village
Alaska's towns and villages offer rich histories and origins. There is strong Russian history and Norwegian heritage, gold rush towns with their saloons and native villages adorned with totem poles and intricate carvings.
Photo: Brewbooks
This expedition cruise ranges from gold rush outposts to native lands where totem poles are in abundance. We call on towns of Russian and Norwegian heritage as well as lively fishing villages, and our captain takes every opportunity to truly explore Alaska – the land of ever-changing scenery and rich wildlife; of glaciers, rainforests and waterfalls.
  • Experience the highlights of the Inside Passage and Gulf of Alaska
  • Explore the largest tidewater glacier in North America – the Hubbard Glacier
  • Spend time whale-watching and spotting rich Alaskan wildlife
  • Discover the amazing cultural diversity of Alaskan towns and villages
Global Sale

Save from AU$1500 up to AU$3000 per cabin on selected 2020 Alaska/Canada sailings.

 

Valid for new bookings booked between 15 Jan and 15 March, 2020.

The price you see online already includes the discount. The offer is per cabin twin share. Can be combined with 1893 Ambassador discount. Can be combined with the Keep Sailing and Save discount. Saving is on the brochure rack rate and the new discounted prices are live and applied online.

Cabins and excursions are subject to availability. Hurtigruten operates a flexible pricing system and prices are capacity controlled and are correct at time of booking. Solo traveller supplements may apply. Normal booking payment and cancellation conditions apply. This offer is valid for new, individual bookings only and on select departures, and subject to withdrawal at any time without notice.

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