Travel to Canada's north and visit the colourful town of Whitehorse, Yk. This tour gives a deep insight into the interesting history of the Yukon and Alaska. The places and stories of settlement and dreams of striking gold will amaze you along with the colourful personalities and brave of the souls who tried. The stunning beauty and size of mountains will feast your eyes as you see the wildlife, protected parks, mountains and snow of the coastline as we sail southbound from Seward to Vancouver.
Relax for seven nights and enjoy the epic Alaskan scenery from aboard the "Radiance of the Seas" by Royal Caribbean. Cruise through the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay, taking in rugged natural wonders.
Whitehorse, Miles Canyon, White Pass & Yukon Route Rail, Gold Panning, Diamond Tooth Gerties, Salmon Bake Dinner, Riverboat Discovery, SS Klondike Historical site, seven nights aboard the Radiance of the Seas, Glacier Discovery & Inside Passage Cruise & More!
Inside Cabin (4V):
Double Occupancy (2 per room): $9019.00 per person
Single Occupancy (1 per room): $11, 558.00 per person
Outside Cabin (4P):
Double Occupancy (2 per room): $9221.00 per person
Single Occupancy (1 per room): $11,862.00 per person
Balcony Cabin (BA):
Double Occupancy (2 per room): $9624.00 per person
Single Occupancy (1 per room): $12,678.00 per person
All prices are in Canadian dollars and include all taxes & port fees/charges
To book this tour, please fill out form below the itinerary.
A deposit of $1000.00 per person is required to secure your booking.
Balance is due by March 1, 2024.
Your deposit is refundable minus $50pp until Feb. 10, 2024.
Insurance: Should you require Medical, Cancellation or both Insurance coverage we strongly suggest booking directly with Blue Cross:
Call 1-866-732-2583 to get a quote. (Medical questionnaire will be required).
Passports: Your passport CAN NOT expire before December 28, 2024 for this tour.
FLIGHT TO WHITEHORSE :
Air Canada. Ottawa to Vancouver: 07:20-09:37. Vancouver to Whitehorse: 13:00-15:23.
Today is a full day of travel with our end destination being Whitehorse! Upon arrival we will be transferred and check into hotel. Welcome to Whitehorse!
Meals: No meals included today.
WATSON LAKE TO WHITEHORSE
After some time to explore downtown Whitehorse, you will be treated to the picturesque beauty of Miles Canyon. We've also planned for a visit to the S.S. Klondike Historical Site, where you'll partake in a guided tour of the grounds and have the opportunity to watch a captivating film about one of Canada's rare surviving steam-powered paddle wheelers.
WHITEHORSE TO SKAGWAY, AK, AND RETURN
Today, we embark on an unforgettable adventure aboard the White Pass & Yukon Railroad. Starting in Fraser, BC, you'll traverse 27.7 miles of awe-inspiring mountain passes, picturesque bridges, and fascinating tunnels, all while enjoying a fully narrated train ride. Our journey concludes in Skagway, Alaska, where you'll have time to explore this quaint town, once the bustling gateway for countless gold seekers during the historic gold rush era. In the evening, we return back to Whitehorse.
WHITEHORSE TO DAWSON CITY
Departing from Whitehorse, we venture deeper into the pristine Yukon wilderness on our way to Dawson City. En route, we'll pause for a delightful picnic lunch, setting the stage for our arrival in the authentic frontier town of Dawson City. Here, history comes alive amidst gravel roads and wooden sidewalks, offering a vivid glimpse into the Gold Rush era. Tonight, prepare to be entertained at Diamond Tooth Gerties, where a troupe of skilled singers and dancers, accompanied by live musicians, will mesmerize you with a traditional Cancan show. Later in the evening, we invite you to join us for a champagne toast atop the Midnight Dome, offering breathtaking views overlooking Dawson City.
Begin your morning by exploring the wonders of the Dawson City Museum - a fitting starting point for your exploration of this charming town. As the day progresses, you'll embark on an incredible City Tour of Dawson City, delving into its rich history and its pivotal role in the gold rush. This tour will also lead you to the remarkable Dredge #4 Historical Site, offering a unique opportunity to step inside and experience its historical significance firsthand.
DAWSON CITY TO FAIRBANKS, AK
Our morning begins with an extended journey as we bid farewell to Dawson City. Venturing along the famed 'Top of the World' highway, we cross into Alaska. Along the way, we'll pause briefly at the iconic 'Welcome to Alaska' sign for a memorable photo opportunity. Our journey then leads us to the Delta Junction Visitor Centre, where we'll collect our Alaska Highway Certificates, marking the significant accomplishment of completing the Alaska Highway. Finally, our day concludes as we arrive in the vibrant city of Fairbanks.
To kick off our morning, we'll embark on a City Tour of Fairbanks, getting acquainted with its unique charms. Part of the tour includes a stop at the renowned Santa Claus House, adding a touch of holiday magic to our journey.
For lunch, a hearty Alaskan meal awaits us at the Riverboat Discovery Dining Hall. Afterward, board the Riverboat Discovery and embark on an incredible riverboat adventure along Alaska's waterways. During this excursion, you'll witness the thrill of a bush floatplane taking off alongside the boat, visit the champion sled dogs and their kennels, and immerse yourself in the ancient Athabascan Indian culture at the Chena Indian Village.
As the late afternoon sets in, we'll journey to the historical theme park, Pioneer Park. Here, you'll have time to explore the park's grounds before gathering for an Alaskan Salmon Bake Dinner, followed by an enchanting evening show titled 'The Golden Heart Revue', hosted at the Palace Theatre.
FAIRBANKS TO ANCHORAGE
As we bid farewell to Fairbanks, our journey leads us southward to Anchorage. En route, we'll follow the scenic Parks Highway, which grants us spectacular vistas of Denali Park and the majestic mountain itself. Along this picturesque route, we'll make a well-deserved stop at Denali Viewpoint South, providing the perfect opportunity to capture memorable photos and stretch our legs. Our adventure continues as we reach Anchorage, where we'll settle in for the next two nights.
Our morning kicks off with a captivating City Tour of Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. This tour promises a wealth of intriguing stops, and one highlight is a visit to 'Alaska Wild Berry Products', where you can marvel at the world's largest chocolate waterfall!
The afternoon is yours to enjoy at your own pace. You can opt to relax and explore Anchorage independently, taking in its unique charms, or take some time to prepare for the exciting week-long cruise adventure that lies ahead.
This afternoon you transfer to Seward to board the Royal Caribbean’s ‘Radiance of the Seas', your home for the next 7 nights.
CRUISING HUBBARD GLACIER
While most glaciers tend to thin and retreat, Hubbard Glacier continues to thicken and actively advance toward the Gulf of Alaska. Sailing into Disenchantment Bay near the glacier’s 400-foot-tall face, you will get panoramic views of its gigantic expanse, Hubbard is a monstrous 76 miles long and 1,200 feet deep.
You cannot get to Juneau easily without a sprint by air or by sea. But once you arrive, you will find majestic views and rich culture on every corner. With its snowcapped mountains, misty rainforests, massive glaciers andbounty of wildlife, Alaska’s remote state capital is the perfect place to dive into nature.
The tiny town of Skagway still looks like it did during the Klondike Gold Rush over 100 years ago - and today it remains an outpost for thrilling Alaskan adventure.
ICY STRAIT POINT
Icy Strait Point is one tiny port that is big on Alaskan wilderness and Native culture. Opened a decade ago by the Huna Tlingit Native Alaskans, it is easily one of the best spots in the region for fishing and whale watching.
Ketchikan sits at the southern end of Alaska’s Inside Passage - a gateway to the wild landscapes and seascapes of Misty Fjords National Monument. The canned salmon capital of the world, it is a hub for fishing and outdoor sports. It is also home to three tribes of Northwest Coast Indians, making it a wonderful place to get a taste for the local culture.
INSIDE PASSAGE CRUISING
Your ship offers the perfect platform for viewing British Columbia’s Inside Passage. This archipelago spans 25,000 miles from Seattle to Prince Rupert near the Alaskan border.
Disembark and transfer to the airport.