ALASKA NCL
Inside Double per person $2900 Outside Double per person $3100 Veranda Double per person $3500 Triple deduct $300 per person Cruise Fees $207 Per Person, Government Fees $148.74 per person included in price ($850 air can be deducted out of all programs if using frequent flyer miles) Air is included in all packages and subject to change. The tour package is based on round-trip airfare of $850.00. Airfare can only be guaranteed when tickets are issued and paid for in full. The earlier you book airfare the lower the airfare will be. A deposit of $250.00 per person is required to get cabin assignment Deduct $150 per person without Vancouver and Victoria Cruise only $551 inside +$200 outside + $400 Balcony + $207 cruise & gov fees DAY 1: Today we travel west to our 49th state, Alaska. This is the perfect time to go to Alaska as the land and sea temperature are about the same reducing the fog prevalent in July and early August. Upon arrival in Fairbanks you will be transferred to the Springhill suites for a two-night stay. DAY 2: This morning we begin our day with breakfast. Then it is off for a tour of Fairbanks, which will include a stop at the Alaskan Pipeline, The University of Alaska, The Alaskan Bowl Factory, Thomson Cultural Center and a Fairbanks city tour. In the afternoon we will have a delightful cruise down the Chena and Tannana Rivers on the Sternwheeler, Discovery. Along the way a stop will be made at an Athabascan camp where you will learn about the native people and dog sledding in Alaska. Welcome to Fairbanks Dinner followed by a night of entertainment. This evening’s performance tells the story of Fairbanks with music and song. Breakfast and Dinner included. DAY 3: After breakfast we will board the Alaskan Railroad for our trip to Denali National Park. On arrival at the park, you will be transferred to your hotel before we go deep into the park in search of wildlife. We have included a sixty-mile tundra tour narrated by a park naturalist. During our journey we hope to spot grizzly bear, moose and Caribou in their natural habitat. Please remember to bring your binoculars, as the animals are seldom right next to the road. On a clear day we can spot the monarch of the Alaskan Range - Mount McKinley. For your tour into the park, a snack box with drinks will be provided. Breakfast and Snack Box Included. DAY 4: The morning is free for you to enjoy the park. You will find ranger-guided walks to explore the wildflowers available, optional white water raft trips and optional flight sightseeing trips available. This afternoon we will motor coach to Anchorage. Dinner Included. DAY 5: The morning we tour Anchorage before traveling to Whittier and board the "Norwegian Sun " In the late afternoon. Breakfast, Dinner included DAY 6: Today you will cruise through Prince William Sound and on to Hubbard Glacier. The longest river of ice in North America, the Hubbard Glacier is also one of the most active glaciers of its kind in Alaska. And since our ships are designed to provide our guests with the best viewing possible, you'll be able to see this massive natural wonder, with its 1,350 square miles of blue ice, from just about anywhere on the ship. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included DAY 7: Juneau, the capital of Alaska, where we have arranged for a special excursion to Mendenhall Glacier and a sightseeing tour of Juneau. We will arrive back in town with enough time to shop and visit one of Alaska's best museums, "The Alaskan State Museum." Today, the former gold-mining town counts among its riches some of Alaska's most spectacular scenery. Nestled at the foot of Mt. Juneau in the Alaska Panhandle, it faces the water from the mainland side of Gastineau Channel. Several magnificent fjords are located along the channel coast, and the majestic Mendenhall Glacier, a favorite of visitors, is nearby. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included DAY 8: This morning as our cruise ship glides up the Lynn Canal we’ll see glaciers clinging to the sides of the mountains. These glittering rivers of ice feed the streams of water that cascade down the steep slopes and plunge into the canal. The Lynn Canal is home to many species of wildlife, playful sea lions and humpback whales may serve as the ship's escort. Later we will arrive in Skagway a town born during the Alaskan Gold Rush. In those days, Skagway was known as the "roughest town on earth"; Skagway is now part of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Our tour guide will take us on a walking tour of this town where history will come alive. This afternoon an optional helicopter ride to the top of one of the most spectacular glaciers is available. This is an option that should not be missed (aprox. $249 rates have not been finalized at time of printing). Because of the limited number of seats on the helicopter, this option must be booked in advance of the tour's departure. If you should be unable to fly because of weather, a full refund will be given. Private trip to the top of the White Pass to see the route of the early explorers and “the trail of 98” This trip has a maximum capacity of 25 people and sells out every year $60. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included DAY 9: Icy Strait Point is located near the city of Hoonah, the largest native Tlingit Indian settlement in Alaska, and very near Glacier Bay National Park. 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 Orcas while walking along the shore. There will be optional trips to see the native village and botanical gardens. This is the perfect port for those that want to go on a whale watch or ride a zip line through the forest. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included DAY 10: This morning we arrive in Ketchikan. Ketchikan originated as an Indian fish saltery, but the town's major growth began when it became a supply base and entry port for miners during the 1898 Gold Rush to the Klondike. Much of the town's colorful past is still in evidence, especially in the nearby Indian villages, where you'll see colorfully carved totem poles and hear the fascinating legends that surround them. Some of you might want to try your luck at salmon fishing. If you catch a salmon, they will smoke or can it for you dockside, and ship it home to you. The ship will even prepare the salmon for dinner if you prefer. Ketchikan is known for its collection of totem poles, the fish hatchery, and the historic Creek Street; once a rough and tumble red-light district. This is a great town to walk in, and you can be sure that the tour guide will show you the sights. We suggest that you purchase the optional tour to see the totem poles ($38). As you cruise this remote section of the Alaska Panhandle, the sight of towering trees, deep bays, fjords and extraordinarily tall cliffs will awe you with the scale and power of nature. This is the port to go fishing if you are a fisherman. We use boats that will take 4 passengers only. We know the captains and most people end up shipping fish home. Please note you can only keep one King Salmon or One Halibut should you choose to go fishing .Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included DAY 11: Today will be a relaxing day as we journey down the inside passageway to Vancouver. This is a perfect day to partake in shipboard activities and relax as the cruise portion of your tour draws to a close. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included DAY 12: Today we arrive in Vancouver, British Columbia, where you will be given a trolley pass to explore the city at your leisure. On days with a full bus we will use our bus to do city tour. Breakfast Included. DAY 13: Today we travel to Victoria where a to visit the spectacular Butchart Gardens along with a tour one of the prettiest cities in Canada Victoria. Breakfast and Dinner included DAY 14: Today we will be transferred to Seattle or Vancouver airport, where we will begin our journey home filled with fond memories of our Alaskan experience. Meals in Flight Included. Tour Features * Roundtrip air * Transfers while in Alaska and Canada * All sightseeing per itinerary * All hotel taxes * 34 meals plus the meals served in flight * Services of a professional tour director * Baggage handling * 7 nights aboard the “Norwegian Sun” (ship gratuities must be paid in advance) * 4 nights First Class hotel accommodations in Alaska * 2 night First Class hotel accommodations in Vancouver, BC. * Kenai Fjord tours * National Park fees * Vancouver Trolley Pass or city sightseeing tour * Butchart Garden admission * Victoria Tour with ferry Return flight s out of Vancouver when possible. For reservations and information contact: 800 374 6819

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