Itinerary Highlights

  • Cruise the breathtaking Hubbard Glacier, North America’s largest tidewater glacier
  • Includes three-night post-cruise stay in Banff, Canada
  • See the incredible Inside Passage and its spectacular fjords and glaciers
  • Board the Rocky Mountaineer for a post-cruise rail journey through the scenic Rocky Mountains


  • All-Inclusive
  • Bar
  • Butler Service Available
  • Gym
  • Restaurant
  • Shore Excursions Included
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
14 nights from £9,999 per person
02 - 16 July 2024


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These voyages are a small taste of what we offer. Contact our Cruise Specialists for bespoke suggestions and post-cruise options

The unspoilt and majestic beauty of Alaska must be seen to be believed. On this seven-night cruise with plush hotel stays either side of your voyage, you’ll see everything that ‘The Last Frontier’ has to offer.

Set sail on the world’s most luxurious cruise ship and immerse yourself in the history and heritage of Alaska on several unforgettable excursions. As you make your way through other-worldly natural beauty, you’ll dock in Anchorage, Sitka, Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Vancouver.

Take advantage of complimentary Unlimited Shore Excursions on your cruise, giving you the opportunity to see mountains, glaciers, and waterways inhabited by whales, eagles, bears, and seals. Later, board the Rocky Mountaineer rail service for a post-cruise journey through the Canadian Rockies, beginning in Vancouver and ending in Banff, with an overnight stay in Kamloops.

The Seven Seas Explorer has a refined atmosphere and is complete with plush suites, a state-of-the-art spa and gym, a purpose-built theatre, and seven unique restaurants. In your luxury carriage aboard one of the world’s most iconic trains, the Rocky Mountaineer, you’ll enjoy incredible service and picturesque views as you power through the mountains.

See this fascinating part of the world by land and sea in complete luxury.



Fly from the UK to Anchorage and enjoy a pre-cruise stay at the Hilton Hotel. From downtown Anchorage you can see two active volcanoes, the highest point on the continent of North America (Mount McKinley), and six major mountain ranges.
Head to the picturesque Seward harbour and prepare to set sail. The harbour is a stunning beauty spot from which to enjoy lunch. Savour the views of the dramatically soaring cliffs and Resurrection Bay, named by a band of Russians explorers who found this calm spot during a violent Easter Sunday storm.
Considered the largest tidewater glacier in North America, Hubbard Glacier is a breathtaking sight. The power and beauty of nature will leave you catching your breath as you cruise by in the comfortable interiors of the Seven Seas Explorer.
Founded by Russian fur traders, Sitka was the historic centre of Russia’s Alaskan empire. Today, picturesque Sitka is known for its fishing industry and stunning views out over the Pacific Ocean. This is the perfect place to try some fresh local cuisine.
Skagway is an authentic gold rush town that still retains the appeal of the era. Walk down Broadway with its false-front buildings and visiting the Trail of ‘98 Museum with its outstanding collection of gold fever memorabilia. It’s like stepping back in time!
Juneau is the best known of the Alaskan gold mining towns. It’s famed as the location of three of the largest gold digs in the world with more than 150 million dollars’ worth of gold being mined. More recently, Juneau’s surrounding natural beauty has attracted travellers from all over the world.
Ketchikan was once named the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, so expect some incredible fresh fish. The cultural heritage of Ketchikan is rich, and visitors often flock to see its outstanding collection of totem poles – one of the world’s best examples of Native art.
Alaska’s Inside Passage boasts a staggering number of natural landmarks. Shaped millions of years ago by the raw force of huge moving glaciers, expect to see spectacular fjords and lush islands that are hot spots for whales, sea lions and bald eagles.
Disembark for a post-cruise, two-night stay in Vancouver. Spend some time exploring Canada’s third largest city, where you can take picturesque tram rides to the top of Grouse Mountain or wander the idyllic Ming Dynasty Gardens and historic Gas Town.
Board the Rocky Mountaineer from the coastal city of Vancouver to Kamloops. Aboard one of the world’s leading luxury rail services, you can sit in a glass-domed coach and watch the scenery pass by. Disembark for your one-night stay in Kamloops. B, L.
Your journey continues Eastward to the mighty Canadian Rockies and the province of Alberta. Once again, you’ll see a spectacular scenery as you travel across ranch lands, along rocky lakeshores, and over high mountain passes. Your rail journey ends this evening in the resort town of Banff.
Enjoy breakfast in your hotel before heading out to explore Banff National Park at your leisure. Have a soak in the famous mineral pools, head out on a hiking trail, visit the museums, or play a round of golf at The Fairmont Banff Springs.
Say goodbye to the placid lakes and snow-capped mountains of Banff and transfer to Calgary airport for your overnight flight back to the UK.


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14 nights from £9,999 per person

02 - 16 July 2024

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