Complete Guide To Alaskan Cruises: Including Ports Of Call And What  To Pack


A cruise to Alaska, as opposed to a land trip, enables you to maximize the many landscapes you can experience in a short amount of time.

Cruise season in Alaska is from late spring to early fall, so there are plenty of options for you to embark on a truly memorable trip in North America’s  Pacific Northwest.

People often say that a cruise ship sailing Alaska is sailing through the “Inside Passage.”

Alaskan cruises visit well-known cruise ports like Glacier Bay National Park, Seward, Skagway, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Juneau, and Icy  Strait Point.

Keep in mind that there is more daylight during summer than you may be used to due to Alaska’s geographical location.

In terms of what to pack for the onboard portion of your cruise, check with your cruise to see how formal or informal the ship is.

With lots of beauty and adventure awaiting your arrival, many Alaskan cruise options fit anyone’s travel style and budget.