Rocky Mountaineer railroad tours
Extend your 2023 Alaska cruise on board the Rocky Mountaineer Railroad in the Canadian Rockies before or after your voyage.
Be captivated by the spellbinding beauty of The Last Frontier with a roundtrip from Vancouver. Voyage alongside glaciers, hear whale song hang in the air, and absorb the magic of this otherworldly land.
Whether whale watching from your suite or stateroom or exploring The Great Land on shore, only on Queen Elizabeth can you immerse yourself in Alaska and experience a world of unique experiences and unexpected inspiration.
Imagine being seated on the spacious deck, cuddled up in a blanket and enjoying a refreshing cocktail while our renowned White Star service makes your stay on board an unforgettable experience. Witness the majestic sight of whales appearing at dusk as you spend scenic days in Glacier Bay National Park and Hubbard Glacier.
Alaska has scenery and wildlife unlike anywhere else on earth. Get a taste of these natural wonders from the comfort of your own home with our special articles, or discover the delights of Steakhouse at the Verandah, one of our many on board restaurants.
Enjoy our limited-time offers on our Alaska cruises. Spacious decks offer a true feeling of freedom as Queen Elizabeth sails by Hubbard Glacier & Glacier Bay National Park, on her way to iconic Alaskan ports.
Each day in Alaska presents you with awe-inspiring wonders. Revel at the blue hues of the immense Hubbard Glacier and journey through the Inside Passage, which culminates in Glacier Bay National Park, where you’ll experience some of the world’s most spectacular tidewater glaciers.
Cruises to Alaska with Cunard sail from Canada Place Cruise Terminal in downtown Vancouver, putting you right in the heart of this vibrant city. If you have a little time before or after your cruise, Vancouver is well worth exploring. Two of the city’s top neighborhoods, Gastown and Chinatown, are right by the terminal and Stanley Park’s famous seawall is also a stone’s throw away.
No matter if you’re arriving by air or road, getting to Canada Place couldn’t be easier. Vancouver International Airport just 30 minutes from the cruise terminal by Skytrain, perfect if you’re flying in for your Alaska cruise. For those arriving by car, there’s short and long stay parking on site. Local taxis and shuttles operate outside of the cruise terminal and private limos are also available for hire.