Juneau: Explore Juneau on foot. With more trails than roads, Alaska's capital features world class hiking through glacial valley's, cascading waterfalls and alpine meadows.
Haines: Jet boat through the glacial waters of the world-famous Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve and see some of the animals that call the Preserve home - grizzly bears, wolves, moose, and of course, bald eagles.
Ketchikan: Learn how to sea kayak. Fish for salmon in the cold, serene waters off Ketchikan - also known as the "Sport Fishing Capital of the World."
Skagway: Watch the spectacular wilderness unfold outside the window of a vintage parlour car aboard the White Pass & Yukon, the "Scenic Railway of the World."
Vancouver, British Columbia: Tour the highlights of this fascinating city via motorcoach. Drive by the sights including Gastown, Chinatown, and the City Centre.
Kenai Peninsula: Seward is your port city for the spectacular Kenai Peninsula, the home of the Kenai Fjords National Park, the salmon-filled Kenai river and much more.
Hubbard Glacier: You'll enjoy the awesomw scenery of Yakutat Bay, as your ship passes the largest valley glacier in North America. Over six miles wide and nearly 500 feet high, Hubbard Glacier fills the head of the Yakutat Bay. In 1986, it was called the "Galloping Glacier" when it surged nearly 47 feet in one day.
College Fjord: College Fjord boast 16 glaciers all named for the Ivy League Colleges that funded the Harriman Expedition that discovered them in 1899.
Glacier Bay: Massive glaciers stretch from the ice-draped St. Elias and Fairweather mountain ranges to sit at the end of majestic fjords. The Muir, Johns Hopkins, and Margerie Glaciers are the most "active". One of the 7 natural wonders of the world.
Sitka: The onion domes of the local cathedral and the performances of the New Archangel dancers are reminders of Alaska's Russian heyday. Excursions feature it all from sea otter and bald eagle to sportfishing, sea kayaking, a seaplane adventure, and a natural walk through Sitka National Park.
Anchorage: Located on a broad peninsula in Cook Inlet, Anchorage offers many of the attractions of any large metropolis with art galleries, museums, libraries, and cultural diversity.
Kodiak: Miles of shoreline studded with islands, inlets and bays, fish-filled rivers and densley forested mountains create the ideal home for the great Kodiak bear.
Prince William Sound: As you sail across these pristine waters, stand in awe before one glistening glacier after another and keep an eye out for sea otters, seals, dolphins, and more.
Homer: Primarily a fishing community, Homer sits below a long, 1,000-foot bluff. In town, take a stroll along the Homer Spit, visit the Pratt Museum, take a Gull Island Rookery Tour or browse through the art colony.
Prudhoe Bay: Travel into the land of the midnight sun to see the place where Alaska's oil begins it's 800-mile journey to Valdez through the Trans-Atlantic Pipeline, where North America's largest herd of migrating caribou lumbers across the north slope every summer, and where the Artic Ocean laos the shore.
Kotzebe: This is a thriving Eskimo Village located 30 miles of the Artic Circle.
Dawson City: Soak up the history of this gold rush town. Pan for gold with a real sourdough as your guide. In the evening take in a show at the Gaslight Follies. It's all part of your adventure in the Yukon!