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Queen Elizabeth, Pacific Ocean Cruise: Tokyo to Vancouver

3.051€ 3.361€ 310€ off

About this cruise

Embark on a 20-day cruise in the Pacific Ocean, departing from Tokyo and arriving in Vancouver aboard the Queen Elizabeth ship. Along the way, you`ll have the chance to discover enchanting destinations in Japan, the USA, and Canada.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (3.051€) 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
24/05/2024 - 11/06/2024 5.470€ 5.010€ 6.220€ 13.490€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/05/2024 - 12/06/2024 6.730€ 6.830€ 7.510€ 14.070€
24/05/2024 - 11/06/2024 6.110€ 6.280€ 7.300€ 13.590€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
24/05/2024 - 11/06/2024 7.660€ 7.900€ 8.520€ 15.140€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
24/05/2024 - 11/06/2024 7.660€ 7.900€ 8.520€ 15.140€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Tokyo (Honshu), Japan. Tokyo, the capital of Japan with almost 8 million inhabitants, combines tradition and progress. Buddhist temples can be found alongside Shinto cultural facilities and skyscrapers. In peaceful alleys, there are kimonos, fans, and carved miniature figures, not far from modern banking districts and sophisticated architectural masterpieces. Relaxation can be found in the spectacular Koraku Garden with replicas of Japanese landscapes, while thrills await at the fish market, where fish can be auctioned. Over 90,000 art objects can be found in the largest Japanese museu.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Aomori (Honshu), Japan. Aomori, the city of the green forest, is located in the far north of the Japanese main island of Honshu, idyllically surrounded by the Hakkoda mountain range and the Mutsu Bay. Numerous hot springs, such as the Asamushi hot springs, invite visitors to relax in a bath. For those who prefer to enjoy a breathtaking view o.

Day 4: Otaru / Sapporo (Hokkaido), Japan. The old port city of Otaru is located on the west coast of Hokkaido, the northernmost of the four Japanese islands. With a population of 170,000, the city is rather small by Japanese standards, but with over five million visitors annually, it is one of the country`s most important tourist cities. The fishing industry and international maritime trade also play an important role in the city`s economy. Otaru has made a significant contribution to the historical and economic development of Hokkaido, and this is evident in its architecture.

Day 5 - 11: Sea day.

Day 12: Kodiak (Alaska), USA. Kodiak is famous for one of the largest fishing fleets in the USA. The city is located on the island of the same name and is its main town. The island is the second largest island in the United States after Big Island (Hawaii). I.

Day 13: Seward / Anchorage (Alaska), USA. The port city of Seward is nestled amongst the Kenai Mountains on Alaska`s southern coast. Attractions in this small town include Kenai Fjords National Park with the nearby Exit Glacier, as well as a variety of animals such as sea otters, orcas, bald eagles, and puffins. Other points of i.

Day 14: Hubbard Glacier (Alaska), USA. The Hubbard Glacier is the longest glacier in Alaska that ends in the sea, measuring 122 kilometers in length. Once it reaches the Pacific, it also has a width of 12 kilometers. Besides it.

Day 15: Icy Strait Point (Hoonah), USA. Those interested in the diverse and fascinating culture of Alaska`s indigenous people should not miss Icy Strait Point. The village of Hoonah, to which the port belongs, is strongly influenced by its roots. The village was founded by the merger of several Tlingit tribes. To this day, a large part of the population of Hoonah is descended from the indigenous people of the land. The place proudly showcases its origins, for example with shops and mus.

Day 16: 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 on.

Day 17 - 18: Sea day.

Day 19: Victoria (British Columbia), Canada. The charming provincial capital of British Columbia is located on Vancouver Island and offers European flair with narrow streets lined with beautiful 19th century stone buildings. Victorian architecture, red double-decker buses, and nostalgic horse-drawn carriages evoke the colonial era of the British Empire. In contrast, the numerous totem poles in the parks highlig.

Day 20: 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.