Why Take a Cruise to Alaska

Hands down the best way to see Alaska is on a cruise.

Travelers can experience the awe of the Inside Passage, with its jaw-dropping scenery and diverse wildlife as well as land based thrills on a variety of curated cruisetours.

Royal Caribbean is taking Alaska cruises to the next level by offering some of their best ships, including Radiance of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas.

Explore Alaska by Land and Sea

Cruise to Alaska. Heading towards Lion's Head along the Glenn Highway during the fall in Alaska

Big, Bold, absolutely breathtaking. No journey stays with you, mind and soul, like an expedition through Alaska.

So why go the distance and leave without seeing the best of it? From the coastline to the heart of the frontier, a Royal Caribbean Alaska Cruisetour land and sea package delivers all the must-see sights by ship, train, and multi-night land tour.

Cruise to Alaska. The sun peeps through a partly cloudy sky to light the Alaska Range

Choose from 9 Alaska Cruisetour packages, which combine a 7-night sailing aboard Radiance of the Seas with an additional three to six night land tour adventure that can be taken before or after your cruise.

Cruise to Alaska. Snow-capped mountains of the Alaska Range stand behind black spruce trees (Picea mariana) intermixed with alder (Alnus sp.) in the sub-alpine region of Denali National Park.

Royal Caribbean takes care of all the planning, transportation on our deluxe motorcoaches and luxurious glass domed traincars, as well as lodging on fully escorted, multi-night land tours that spend at least one night in Denali National Park and have at least one leg on the Wilderness Express®, Royal Caribbean’s plush, glass-domed train cars that offer panoramic views of the grand Alaskan frontier.

 

Adapted from: http://www.royalcaribbean.com