PHOTO: An amazing sunset view in Juneau, Alaska. (Photo via Flickr, Ian D. Keating)
For the first time in 15 years, Seabourn is headed back to Alaska.
With guided kayak and Zodiac tours, Seabourn details the many cruise options available for travelers and why you should definitely explore Alaska.
Per a Seabourn blogger, “the up-close explorations will be featured on Seabourn Sojourn’s series of 11-, 12- and 14-day itineraries sailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Anchorage (Seward), Alaska starting June 2017.”
These options really give guests a chance to truly explore Alaska in a phenomenal way.
From wildlife viewing, hiking, floatplane trips, dog sledding, fishing for salmon and taking in breathtaking waterfalls, there are an abundant number of ways to discover the pure beauty of Alaska.
“Exploring at sea level in the company of qualified guides and experts is a great way for guests to experience Alaska intimately, and we’re pleased to offer many incredible and exclusive opportunities aboard Seabourn Sojourn over the season ahead,” said Richard Meadows, president of Seabourn. “With the goal of providing the utmost enrichment for guests, each optional shore excursion and Ventures by Seabourn offering will present an authentic view of Alaska with guidance from experts in the field. Even travelers who have sailed in Alaska before will find something new to experience with Seabourn.”
Take a look below at some of the featured shore excursions below:
• Exclusive St. Lazaria Wildlife Cruise & Lunch at Dove Island Lodge (Sitka)
• Dog Sledding on Mendenhall Glacier by Helicopter (Juneau)
• Alaska Fishing & Wilderness Dining (Ketchikan)
• Burro Creek Waterfall Retreat & Crab Boil (Haines)
And here are the featured ventures by Seabourn:
• Rudyerd Bay (Misty Fjords National Park)
• Davidson Glacier Hike (Haines)
• Kayak Exploration of Holgate Fjord (Holgate Glacier)
• Scenic Cruising of Tracy Arm & Endicott Arm (Sawyer Glacier/Endicott Arm)
For more information on these adventures, including pricing, check out Seabourn’s blog here.