Alumni Travel - Alaskan Frontiers & Glaciers

Alumni Travel - Alaskan Frontiers & Glaciers

July 14-24, 2014

Seattle to Seattle (10 nights)
From $2,999 per person, double occupancy (airfare included from select cities)

Revel in the rugged, unspoiled beauty of Alaska, America’s last frontier, as you sail its coastline aboard the elegant and intimate Oceania Cruises Regatta.  Depart from Seattle and sail through the scenic Seymour Narrows along Canada’s coast to Alaska and the small wilderness outpost of Ketchikan, known as the “Salmon Capital of the World.”

Next is Alaska’s capital, Juneau, an exhilarating blend of nature and modern culture. Marvel at the spectacular Hubbard Glacier, the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska, followed by a visit to Icy Strait Point, a secluded seaport nestled in the pristine, Alaskan wilderness.

Continue to Sitka, an astoundingly picturesque city known for its many historic attractions, including the Sitka National Historical Park, which boasts a totem-lined forest trail. Continue onward to Wrangell, one of the oldest settlements in Alaska.

Sail south to Canada’s largest island and the lovely city of Victoria, a former British colony that has retained much of its colonial splendor, before returning to Seattle. Savor the majestic beauty of ancient glaciers, soaring mountains and exceptional wildlife on this Alaskan cruise.

Call 800-842-9023 for more information.

Date & Location

Date: 7/14/2014 to 7/24/2014

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