Go Beyond The Caribbean. Go Alaska
There's no doubt that the Caribbean is the number one cruise destination in the world. It's also most often chosen for repeaters. People have been there-done that, many times. The old adage really does apply " If you seen one Caribbean port-of-call, you've seen them all."
So, if your looking for a change of scenery, and are up for some great adventure, go beyond the Caribbean. Go Alaska.
Why Alaska? Up north there's a land without fences. Animals outnumber people, sunlight shines at midnight and nature reigns. Life is different. This northern frontier still boasts pristine landscapes, majestic wildlife and a coastline that is one of the most enthralling waterways in the world. Beyond Alaska's fortress-like glacier walls lie scenic ports of call, treasured national parks, and abundant wildlife. .....and, with more than 1,400 miles north to south and 2,400 miles east to west, Alaska is truly a land of epic proportions.
An Alaska cruise tour is a summertime adventure with an ocean-inspired cruise and an exhilarating land tour of Alaska offering a range of enriching options to see the Great Land's glaciers, frontier towns, wildlife and national parks from the perspective of spectacular ships, exclusive rail service and wilderness lodges.
Alaska will bring out the explorer in you!
Are you curious, independent and hungry for authentic experiences? Whether it's the Inside Passage, or Gulf of Alaska cruising or a tour of Interior Alaska, read on. If you want to go where locals go, explore iconic landmarks and be in the heart of the adventure, then this trip is for you. On an Alaska cruise or land and sea vacation, you can journey into the very heart of Alaska's most charming frontier towns, discovering the true nature of this Great Land and its people. When you cruise Alaska, we know, when you come home, you'll have a great story to tell.
So this Summer, go beyond the Caribbean. Go Alaska!
For more information about Alaska Cruises or Alaskan Land + Sea Vacations, contact Alaska Cruises Direct at 800.365.1445
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