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Alaska Cruise aboard Queen Elizabeth - 11-day Canada and USA voyage

1.819€ 2.352€ 23% off

About this cruise

Embark on an 11-day cruise in Alaska, starting in Vancouver aboard the Queen Elizabeth ship. Discover captivating destinations in Canada and the USA along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.819€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
20/08/2024 - 30/08/2024 4.000€ 4.470€ 5.610€ 11.090€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
19/08/2024 - 31/08/2024 4.710€ 4.910€ 5.370€ 10.050€
20/08/2024 - 30/08/2024 3.640€ 3.900€ 4.410€ 9.340€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
20/08/2024 - 30/08/2024 6.720€ 7.400€ 7.910€ 12.840€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
20/08/2024 - 30/08/2024 6.720€ 7.400€ 7.910€ 12.840€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada. With almost 500,000 inhabitants, Vancouver is the most important Canadian port city on the Pacific Ocean in the province of British Columbia. It is considered one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world and has a year-round mild climate due to its protected location. A special attraction on the northern outskirts is Vancouver`s Grouse Mountain, which can be reached by cable car and offers excellent winter sports and hiking opportunities as well as a magnificent view over the city. Nearby is also the Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 137m long suspension bridge that swings freely at a height of 70m above a river gorge and can be crossed by visitors. Places of interest: Gastown, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Science World, Vancouver Aquarium, Harbour Centre with observation deck, Waterfront with Sea Bus.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Sitka (Alaska), USA. Sitka, founded in 1804 by the Russians, was the capital of Russian Alaska for a long time. About 1,000 meters above the community, there is a dormant volcano, and the city is surrounded by small islands. Sights such as the Russian Orthodox church and the Russian bishop`s house still remind us of the Russian influence today. In Sitka National Historical Park, you can visit a collection of totem poles, a fortress, and the reconstructed battlefield from 1904. The Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center is also located in this park, where you can watch local artists engage in their craft. The Sheldon Jackson Museum provides insight into the culture of the indigenous people and life in the cold throughout different eras. At the Alaska Wildlife Center, you can observe many native animals up close.

Day 4: Juneau (Alaska), USA. Juneau, located between Mt. Juneau and the Gastineau Channel, was founded during the gold rush era and has maintained a cozy atmosphere due to the absence of major highways. The capital of Alaska offers many small attractions, such as old Victorian houses, the governor`s palace, museums, and much more.

Day 5: Glacier Bay (Alaska), USA. The Glacier Bay National Park is located west of Alaska`s capital, Juneau, and consists of 17 glaciers. The snow-covered mountains, rocky fjords, and perpetual ice form a breathtaking panorama. The area is the size of Thuringia and can only be reached by ship or plane. On land, one can discover elk, wolves, and bears, and in the water, it is not uncommon to observe whales, orcas, and sea lions.

Day 6: Hamburg (Alaska), USA. Hidden in the forests of Southeast Alaska and at the northern end of the longest fjord in America is the town of Haines. Impressive mountain ranges, glaciers, and vast rivers and lakes create a fairytale-like setting for a bird paradise in untouched wilderness. The port city of Haines is dedicated to coziness. Well-kept facades, uncrowded streets, and many cozy restaurants characterize the cityscape.

Day 7: Tracy Arm (Alaska), USA. Southeast of Alaska`s capital, Juneau, the Tracy Arm Fjord cuts into the Rocky Mountains from the Pacific Ocean. It is 50 kilometers long and has cliffs that reach up to 1000 meters high. At the end of the fjord, the North and South Sawyer Glaciers flow into the water. Wolves, bears, seals, and many seabirds live in the area of the fjord and glacier.

Day 8: Nebel fjords (Alaska), USA. The area covers approximately 890,000 hectares of wilderness and is located about 35 km (as the crow flies) from Ketchikan. This Alaskan wilderness is considered a natural heritage of the United States of America. The fjords with their approximately 900 m high sheer cliffs, numerous turquoise mountain lakes, countless rivers, and mighty waterfalls resemble those in Scandinavia. There are also numerous wild animals to observe in the dense forests and clear waters, such as mountain goats, brown and black bears, river otters, porpoises, whales and sea lions, as well as bird species.

Day 9: Ketchikan (Alaska), USA. The "Salmon Capital of the World" is one of the places in Southeast Alaska that existed during Russian times. Like in Sitka, one can feel this Russian past here as well. Folklore dancers and the Russian Orthodox Church are part of it. In the "Totem Bight State Park," totem poles carved by the Tlingit Indians can be visited. Ketchikan is considered the Mecca of salmon fishermen, who settled here a hundred years ago.

Day 10: Sea day.

Day 11: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada. With almost 500,000 inhabitants, Vancouver is the most important Canadian port city on the Pacific Ocean in the province of British Columbia. It is considered one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world and has a year-round mild climate due to its protected location. A special attraction on the northern outskirts is Vancouver`s Grouse Mountain, which can be reached by cable car and offers excellent winter sports and hiking opportunities as well as a magnificent view over the city. Nearby is also the Capilano Suspension Bridge, a 137m long suspension bridge that swings freely at a height of 70m above a river gorge and can be crossed by visitors. Places of interest: Gastown, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Science World, Vancouver Aquarium, Harbour Centre with observation deck, Waterfront with Sea Bus.