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  Alaska Highways Adventure
22 or 29 Days from $2,899 | ms Zaandam / ms Noordam | Departs on Sundays
 
     
  This is the grand tour of Alaska, Yukon Territory and British Columbia, for those who love to follow roads less traveled. First, get acquainted with the Great Land by sea— 7 days of world-class service and world-class scenery. Then discover the immensity and diversity of this modern-day frontier as you traverse it by land. You'll travel the entire Alaska Highway, a two-week adventure for connoisseurs of the road.  
     
 
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TOUR ITINERARY AT A GLANCE:
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Set sail from Vancouver, BC
Cruising the Inside Passage
Ketchikan, Alaska port call
Juneau, Alaska port call
Skagway, Alaska port call*
(4-R and 4-ER calls in Haines in lieu of
Skagway, minor land itinerary change)

Glacier Bay National Park
At sea (Gulf of Alaska)
Disembark in Seward, Alaska;
Transfer to Anchorage
Anchorage, Alaska
Denali National Park
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Denali National Park
Fairbanks, Alaska
Beaver Creek, Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon
Watson Lake, Yukon
Fort Nelson, BC
Dawson Creek, BC
Prince George, BC
Cache Creek, BC
Anacortes, WA
Seattle, WA;
Tour's End
 
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Detailed Itinerary:    
DAYS 1-7. GLACIER DISCOVERY CRUISE, CRUISE THE INSIDE PASSAGE. Board your ship in Vancouver, B.C. Your cruise calls at the ports of Ketchikan, Juneau, and Skagway plus cruising Glacier Bay National Park and the Gulf of Alaska. Don't forget to look at the wide variety of shore excursion options that are available in in each port to enhance your trip.

DAY 8. SEWARD-ANCHORAGE. This morning, arrive in Seward and board a comfortable motorcoach or van for your excursion to Anchorage and a thorough orientation on your RV. Overnight at Anchorage Ship Creek RV Park.

DAY 9. ANCHORAGE. Spend the day exploring Anchorage, Alaska's largest city. With long summer days, 120 miles of paved bicycle trails and breathtaking scenery, cycling is a wonderful way to explore Anchorage or go for a drive along Turnagain Arm. If conditions permit, you may witness the tidal bore—a wall of water rushing up the inlet. Overnight at Anchorage Ship Creek RV Park.

DAY 10. ANCHORAGE-DENALI. Drive the Glenn and Parks Highways to Denali, with mountain ranges to right and left. Overnight near the entrance to Denali National Park.

DAY 11. DENALI NATIONAL PARK. There are many optional tours at the Park to choose from, sign up for the optional13-hour scenic wilderness tour. Watch for the abundant wild creatures and, weather permitting, that most elusive wild wonder of all, Denali.

DAY 12. DENALI-FAIRBANKS. On the road again, head for Fairbanks, where the sun hardly sets at all in summertime. In late summer you might see the aurora borealis. You may want to visit the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, with its excellent museum and demonstration gardens, or inspect a retired gold dredge and try gold panning.

DAY 13. FAIRBANKS-BEAVER CREEK. Head out on the Alaska Highway to Beaver Creek, near the Yukon-Alaska border. Enjoy the scenery. Watch for wildlife along the road, and the TransAlaska Pipeline, snaking its way over hills and valleys.

DAY 14. BEAVER CREEK-WHITEHORSE. Drive the Alaska Highway along beautiful Kluane Lake, Yukon's largest lake. In Whitehorse you might tour the S.S. Klondike, a retired sternwheeler. At the sod-roofed McBride Museum, discover a trove of Gold Rush history.

DAY 15. WHITEHORSE. Free day to explore Whitehorse. Overnight.

DAY 16. WHITEHORSE-WATSON LAKE. On the way to Watson Lake, make sure to see the Sign Forest, a thicket of more than 10,000 highway signs—still growing. Overnight at Watson Lake, gateway to the Yukon.

DAY 17. WATSON LAKE-FORT NELSON, B.C. Watch for caribou and Stone sheep along the highway—and, of course, sensational mountain views.

DAY 18. FORT NELSON-DAWSON CREEK. Take your leave of Fort Nelson and head off south toward Dawson Creek, Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway.

DAY 19. DAWSON CREEK-PRINCE GEORGE. Following Highway 97, you drive on, taking your time and stopping when you like. By evening you are in Prince George, "hub of the North." This remote city has galleries, theaters and fine dining.
 

DAY 20. PRINCE GEORGE-CACHE CREEK. Drive along the route of the old Cariboo Wagon Road to Cache Creek, once a major supply point for the goldfields. Good side trips: fantastic rock formations called "hoodoos" at Pinnacle Provincial Park; and Barkerville, a reconstructed gold rush town.

DAY 21. CACHE CREEK-ANACORTES, WASHINGTON. From Cache Creek, head south into Anacortes. Check out the Anacortes Museum which contains Fidalgo and Guemes Island artifacts. Overnight in Anacortes.

DAY 22. ANACORTES-SEATTLE, TOUR'S END. Early this morning, bid your RV farewell and transfer to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for your flight home.

CUSTOM SELECTION 4-R: RV Land Tour First, then Cruise Afterward. Similar to Highway Cruise 4 in reverse except as noted. On day 1 transfer from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to pick up your RV; RV orientation then overnight in Anacortes, WA. Days 2 through 14 of Highway Cruise 4-R are the reverse of days 9 through 21 of Highway Cruise 4 except a Skagway overnight replaces the 1st night in Whitehorse. On day 15 return the RV, transfer to Seward and cruise for 7 nights to Vancouver, B.C. NOTE: The southbound cruise itinerary features a Haines port call in lieu of Skagway.

CUSTOM SELECTION 4-A: Adds Tok and Dawson City. Deletes Beaver Creek and a Night in Anchorage. Denali and Fairbanks overnights are moved forward by one day (days 9-11). On day 12 drive from Fairbanks to Tok, Alaska. On day 13 drive from Tok to Dawson City, Yukon. On day 14 drive to Whitehorse. Days 15 through 22 remain unchanged from Highway Cruise 4. Add $100 per party for this Custom Selection.

CUSTOM SELECTION 4-E: Extends Highway Cruise 4 to 28-nights/29-days by Adding the Kenai Peninsula and Extra Nights in Several Other Locations. Adds 2-nights in Homer (days 10 & 11), a night at Cooper Landing (day 12), one night in Seward (day 13) and an extra night each in Anchorage (day 14), Fairbanks (days 17 & 18), and Whitehorse (days 20, 21 & 22).

CUSTOM SELECTION 4-ER: Extends Highway Cruise 4-R to 28-nights/29-days by Adding Extra Nights in Several Locations and includes the Kenai Peninsula. On day 1 transfer from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to pick up your RV; RV orientation then drive to Anacortes for overnight. Days 2 through 21 of Highway Cruise 4-ER are the reverse of days 9 through 28 of Highway Cruise 4 except 2-nights in Skagway are substituted for 2 of the 3 nights in Whitehorse. On day 22 turn in the RV, transfer to Seward, and cruise for 7-nights to Vancouver, B.C.
 
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ZA=MS ZAANDAM; NO=MS NOORDAM; 3rd/4th Adult Share $929; 3rd/4th Child Share (up to age 18) $789; Gov't. Fees & Taxes: [4] ZA $368 ppdo/$245 3rd/4th; NO $346 ppdo/$224 3rd/4th. [4-R] ZA $204 ppdo/$204 3rd/4th; NO $196 ppdo/$196 3rd/4th. [4-E] ZA $468 ppdo/$245 3rd/4th; NO $447 ppdo/$224 3rd/4th. [4-ER] ZA $204 ppdo/$204 3rd/4th; NO $196 ppdo/$196 3rd/4th. Drivers Insurance: $85 Per Driver | Cancellation Fees Protection: 10% of Total Price; per person, double occupancy (PPDO) prices are based on Interior Stateroom Category J.
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Tour 4 Rates – 22 days:
7-Night Vancouver to Seward Glacier Discovery Cruise plus Anchorage, Denali, Fairbanks and The Alaska Highway.
     
DEPARTURE DATE Ship PPDO
May 14 ZA $2,899
May 21 NO $2,999
September 3 ZA $3,199
May 28; August 27 ZA/NO $3,399
June 4 NO $3,499
August 20 ZA $3,599
June 11 ZA $3,799
August 13 NO $3,899
August 6 ZA $3,999
June 18; July 30 NO $4,099
July 2, 23 ZA/NO $4,199
July 16 NO $4,299
July 9 ZA $4,399
June 25 ZA $4,499
 
Tour 4-R Rates – 22 days:
Anchorage, Denali, Fairbanks and The Alaska Highway plus 7-Night Seward to Vancouver Glacier Discovery Cruise.
     
DEPARTURE DATE Ship PPDO
May 7, 14 ZA/NO $2,899
May 21 ZA $3,199
May 28 NO $3,299
September 3 NO $3,499
June 4 ZA $3,599
June 11; August 27 ZA/NO $3,799
June 18, 25; August 20 ZA/NO $4,099
August 13 ZA $4,199
August 6 NO $4,399
July 2, 9, 23, 30 ZA/NO $4,699
July 16 ZA $4,999
 
Tour 4-E Rates – 29 days:
Featuring the Kenai Peninsula plus extra nights in several locations.
     
DEPARTURE DATE Ship PPDO
May 14 ZA $3,299
May 21; September 3 ZA/NO $3,599
August 27 NO $3,699
June 4; August 20 ZA/NO $3,799
May 28 ZA $3,899
August 13 NO $4,099
August 6 ZA $4,399
June 11; July 30 ZA/NO $4,599
July 23 ZA $4,799
June 18; July 16 NO $4,999
July 2,9 ZA/NO $5,099
June 25 ZA $5,199
 
Tour 4-ER Rates – 29 days:
Featuring the Kenai Peninsula plus extra nights in several locations.
     
DEPARTURE DATE Ship PPDO
May 7 NO $2,999
May 14 ZA $3,199
May 21 NO $3,299
May 28 ZA $3,599
June 4; August 27 NO $3,899
June 18 NO $3,999
June 11; August 20 ZA $4,199
August 13 NO $4,499
August 6 ZA $4,699
June 25 ZA $4,799
July 30 NO $4,899
July 2 NO $4,999
July 16, 23 ZA/NO $5,099
July 9 ZA $5,299
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