ALASKA GLACIERS CRUISE
The view just got wilder. Ovation of the Seas makes its debut in summer 2019 as the biggest ship in the Last Frontier. Prepare to be blown away as you witness the tallest seafaring view ever from the NorthStar and enjoy the entertainment and dining pleasures onboard.
Cruise through Glacier National Park to spot whales, sea lions and more. For the thrills, soar over the mountains on the world’s longest zipline and in Sitka see postcard-worthy peaks of the Mount Edgecumbe volcano.
Hold your breath as you witness the breathtaking Alaska scenery while riding in a vintage rail car
along the White Pass and Yukon Route railway, your Alaskan adventure starts here.
12 days – Vancouver to Seattle
Departure Date: 13 May 2019
From only $2,999pp*
itravel Hot Tip: Take in the dramatic Alaskan scenery from a breathtaking 90 metres above sea level in the NorthStar observation capsule.
Are you ready for your dose of incredible with a cruise onboard Ovation of the Seas in Alaska? What are you waiting for? Contact us NOW to book your cruise! Simply fill out the enquiry form, or give us a call on 1300 487 283. Don't miss out!
*Terms and conditions apply: Prices are per person, cruise only in an oceanview stateroom, in Australian dollars and inclusive of all taxes, fees and gratuities which are subject to change. Prices are correct as of 04 May 2018. Offer is applicable to new individual bookings and noncontracted group bookings named and fully deposited during the offer period. Any changes made to the booking after deposit due date may result in the loss of promotion. Offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. All offers are non-transferable and applicable only to the offer cruise. For more information please contact your itravel agent. Promotion ends 15 July 2018.
13-May Vancouver, British Columbia
Set between the sea and snow-capped mountains, Vancouver is a stylish multicultural metropolis. Explore its different neighborhoods, including historic Gastown, visit city parks and beaches, and dine at acclaimed restaurants.
16-May Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Icy Strait Point is located near the city of Hoonah, the largest native Tlingit Indian settlement in Alaska. Home to a historic cannery, the port's connection to the sea is strong. Locals share the sea with humpback whales, orcas, Dall porpoises, seals, sea otters, halibut and all five species of Pacific salmon. It is not uncommon to spot a humpback or an orca while walking along the shore.
17-May Sitka, Alaska
Sitka, the site of Russia's initial foray into Alaska, has perhaps the richest history of any Alaskan town. Explore the melding of Russian and Native American cultures, while enjoying the unspoiled landscape at the gateway to remote Southeast Alaska. Both the local residents and abundant wildlife add to Sitka's authentic feel.
18-May Hubbard Glacier (cruising)
Hubbard Glacier is 76 miles long, 7 miles wide and 350 feet above the water line where it meets the bay. Watch as massive chunks of ice crash into the bay, a process known as calving that the Tlingit people call "White Thunder."
19-May Juneau, Alaska
Surrounded by fjords, forest and snow-capped mountains, Juneau is one gorgeous state capital. Its historic downtown harkens back to its gold-rush origins and you can still pan for gold. But nature is the priceless treasure.
20-May Skagway, Alaska
The great Klondike Rush lives on in Skagway’s charming downtown of restored 19th-century buildings and its historic railway. From the vintage train, admire the mountains and see the 1898 trail that fortune seekers traveled on foot.
21-May Endicott Arm & Dawes Glacier
24-May Seattle, Washington
Famously rainy and picturesque, Seattle sits on Puget Sound against a spectacular mountain backdrop. Soak up the city's scene in one the many coffeehouses or head down to the lively Pike Place Market to feast on artisanal and local foods.