Prices on Alaska Cruises are Sinking Faster than the Titantic

sinking_ship.jpgWe’ve been hyping summer cruises to Alaska for some time now on this here little blog. Alaska is truly one of the best places to do on a cruise. The only real drawback is that it is far away from where most of us live and as a consequence the cruises that visit the Last Frontier are usually more expensive than those going to the Caribbean and Mexico. That is not necessarily the case at the moment.

As we officially celebrate the first day of summer today we see that prices ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:June 21st, 2007

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Alaska Cruise and Denali National Park Tour

denali3.jpgHere is a 13-day cruise and overland tour that will blow you away with its incredible scenery, amazing wildlife and outdoor opportunities. CruiseWest is offering a package on a trip that takes you through the splendors of Denali National Park and on a memorable cruise along Alaska’s famed coast.

The trip begins in Fairbanks and heats up right away with a couple of days in Denali National Park. In addition to being home to the tallest mountain in the United States, Denali is a virtual summer playground for bears, elk, moose ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:May 24th, 2007

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Hubbard Glacier Alaska Cruise

hubbard_glacier_2.jpgUnless you are a polar bear or a person who would like to be a polar bear, chances are you don’t think about traveling to Alaska much in the winter months. But once summer rolls around you might be like millions of people who dream about seeing the splendors of the Last Frontier.

It has reached the point where the Inside Passage between Vancouver and Juneau has become a veritable superhighway for summertime cruise ships. Everyone and their mother are yearning to see the glaciers and wildlife of Alaska and there is ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:April 23rd, 2007

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2-for-1 Deal on Denali National Park Tours

denali.jpgYou might want to bring along some extra oxygen because Denali National Park in Alaska could very well take your breath away. The signature park of the Last Frontier, Denali is a sight to behold. It is a playground for animals like bears and caribou, while also serving as a playground for animals of a different sort, humans. It is the home of the tallest mountain in North America Mt. McKinley. It is 6.2 million acres of some of the most unspoiled and spectacular land on this ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:February 14th, 2007

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Inside Passage Cruise to College Fjord, Alaska

harvardgl.jpgThe glaciers are melting. That is the sad truth that scientists around the world are observing. It is terrible to think that in the next generation’s lifetime there may not be places like College Fjord in Alaska left.

Tucked into the corner of Prince William Sound, College Fjord is surrounded by over a dozen glaciers and is easily the equal of the more famous Glacier Bay. Some of these glaciers have spruce forests growing right up to the edge of the ice, giving a sense of scale not seen in ... [read more]

You’ll need your Free Vest on this 11-Night Alaska Tour and Cruise

alaska-cruise-ship.jpgThis is the time of year when the savvy cruise bargain shopper can pick up a real steal. If you shop early, you’ll likely beat all the other cruise wannabes to the best deals of the summer season.

One destination that was hot last season and surely will be even hotter this year is Alaska. More and more cruises are doing the Inside Passage which is great news for travelers looking to see an amazing part of the world without spending a small fortune.

Celebrity Cruises is offering a cruise that is ... [read more]

Author: Bob

Date:January 8th, 2007

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Alaska Vacation Packages

One of the last ‘wild frontiers’ in the world, Alaska is a state of untamed wilderness with pockets of civilization. Here you’ll find more animals than people and more blue sky and cold ice than anywhere else in the United States. From the relaxing luxury of a cruise ship, you can see it all: large bears foraging for food, whales thumping their tails against the cool water and cliffs of ice and snow.

Gape at the splendor of Mount McKinley as you spy a moose emerge from the weeds to take his morning drink. View of the sanctity ... [read more]

Author: Miss Julie

Date:December 24th, 2006

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Author: Bob

Date:November 29th, 2006

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