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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Alaska's Shared Experiences- Explore the Glaciers, Wildlife and Wonder of Alaska

Alaska's Shared Experiences - How To Explore the Glaciers, Wildlife and Wonder of Alaska

With 18 years of Alaska travel experiences from mild to wild, Certified Alaska Travel Experts Raye & Marty Trencher have an intuitive sense of what today’s savvy travelers are looking for. Together, they have focused on creating a more personal approach to planning an Alaskan adventure. 

At Alaska Cruises Directs' Go Cruise Alaska web site you will find more than 1200 sailings among a dozen cruise lines, 500 excursions and activities in more than 12 cruise ship ports of call, information and advice on the most popular cities and frontier towns throughout Alaska.

With its mountain glaciers, waterfalls, scenic overlooks, whales, sea lions, harbor seals, bears and eagles to gaze at, its no wonder Alaska is a hot travel destination. Take in a scenic railway adventure, salmon or halibut fishing charters, a dogsled ride and whale watching and you still haven’t touched the surface of all there is to see and do in this pristine wilderness! There's the Inside Passage and Voyage of the Glaciers. Interior Alaska and must-see places like Denali National Park, Kenai, Copper River, Fairbanks and Anchorage.

Getting ready for Alaska? Doing your research. Perhaps overwhelmed by all the options. Have lots of questions? Give Raye & Marty a call [ 800-365-1445]. Ask all the questions you want. They are eager to share their " been there, done that " experience  The advice is free and never an obligation to book your travel with them. They’ll run through the various cruise ports, cities and frontier towns and what you need to know about each one. Not all itineraries in Alaska are created equally and the cruise and land tour you choose can have a big impact on your vacation and the quality of your experience. Similarly, not all shore excursions and land tours are created equally. Which would you prefer: landing on a glacier, no sounds to be heard for miles except for wildlife. Watching a glacier rescue team practice, with the wind whistling in your ears, or watching bears fishing for salmon in Kenai National Park? 

We’ll show you how to find the tools
Go Cruise Alaska has on their website for you to plan your once-in-a-lifetime Alaskan experience. We’ll discuss when you should be booking those hard to come by tours. When and where are the best places to see what you came for.  And, how to make your trip affordable.  Hint: Book sooner than later as Alaska cruises, land + sea vacations and optional sightseeing tours can and will fill up.

Give us a call at 800.365.1445. We promise to be interesting, informative and even – entertaining! Investing an hour of phone time with us will help you discover why we love Alaska, and why you will too!  Good planning is important to the success of your trip, as you won’t get a second chance at this Alaska Vacation. Let us help you ensure it exceeds all your expectations.

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