Alaska’s capital city captivates with its rugged natural beauty. Keep an eye out for humpback whales breaching in the bay and make sure you pay a visit to the massive Mendenhall Glacier.
Ketchikan may be small, but it makes up for its size with breathtaking wilderness. This 3-milelong village is known as Alaska’s First City for its location and outstanding natural beauty.
Once an old Wild West outpost and gold rush town, Skagway is now a national historic park where the present and past meet amongst incredible natural landscapes.
Hike through ancient spruce forests, visit museums dedicated to the Native Tlingit heritage and keep an eye out for bald eagles soaring overhead in Haines.
Framed by snow-capped mountain peaks, Sitka is a charming seaside town with a rich history. Learn more about its Tlingit traditions and Russian past.
Urban sophistication meets pristine nature in Vancouver. Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge are two wilderness highlights of this lively city.
The capital of British Columbia effortlessly blends contemporary delight and historic charm. Explore The city’s verdant gardens an ornate castle while admiring waterfront views.
Glacier Bay National Park (Cruise-by)
Hubbard Glacier National Park (Cruise-by)