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10 nights Vancouver, BC. Canada to Vancouver, BC. Canada from


per adult share twin
Flights are additional

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Feast your eyes on towering glaciers, ice fields and fjords over ten nights on this Alaskan roundtrip from Vancouver.

Cruise Line

Cunard Line

Cruise Ship

Queen Elizabeth


Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
21/05/19 Vancouver, BC. Canada
22/05/19 Inside Passage, Alaska
23/05/19 Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
23/05/19 Juneau, Alaska
24/05/19 Skagway, Alaska
25/05/19 Icy Strait Point, Alaska
26/05/19 Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
27/05/19 Sitka, Alaska
28/05/19 Ketchikan, Alaska
29/05/19 Inside Passage, Alaska
30/05/19 Victoria, BC. Canada
31/05/19 Vancouver, BC. Canada
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

Deal Includes

- 10 night cruise Vancouver roundtrip aboard Queen Elizabeth
- Meals and entertainment onboard
- Port charges and taxes


(Flights are additional)

Cruise Overview

10 Night Cruise sailing from Vancouver roundtrip aboard Queen Elizabeth.

Starting and ending in Vancouver, experience ten tantalising days of Alaskan adventure cruising past 1,000 year old gigantic glaciers and stunning wildlife. Cruise by the Inside Passage and either Tracy Arm Fjord or Endicott Arm revealing breathtaking sights before exploring Alaska’s historic ports.

Visit Alaska’s first city of tiny Ketchikan and today’s capital, Juneau, for some glacier flightseeing or kayaking amidst the stunning Alaskan landscape. Stop off at Icy Strait Point, where whales may be spotted from ashore and the hidden port of Sitka to discover Alaska’s oldest National Park. Visit gold-rush towns like Skagway, Gateway to the Klondike, before experiencing Victoria’s unique blend of historic charm and contemporary charisma, on return to Vancouver.

Highlights of this cruise:

Vancouver is the largest city in Western Canada, and third largest in Canada. Located at the southwestern corner of the coastal province of British Columbia, it is nestled between the coastal mountains and the Pacific ocean and is well known for its natural beauty. It has often been named the "World’s Most Liveable City" and is certainly a beautiful destination to visit.

In Vancouver you can ski in the mountains, windsurf in the ocean, and play a round of golf all in the same day. Surrounded by water on three sides, Vancouver is a major sea port on the Pacific Ocean, and a base for many Alaska Cruise Ships in the summer. Around the edge of its waterfront, Vancouver has fabulous beaches, parklands and a bustling harbour.

Beneath an ice field that never melts, on a waterway that never freezes, Juneau is the most unusual and stunning of capitals. Home to 280 species of birds, brown and black bears, here nature lovers can also watch out for orca and humpback whales. Ashore, there’s an excellent theatre and range of clubs, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. If you’re feeling fit try exploring Alaskan-style amongst the glaciers by kayak or trekking with crampons and an ice axe.

Sitka, Alaska's historic Russian-American island city, is situated on the west side of Baranof Island. Mt. Edgecumbe, a dormant volcano that looks like Japan's Mr. Fujiyama, dominates the horizon and tiny islands dot the harbour.

Once called “the Paris of the Pacific,” Sitka stands out among other ports as a city rich in culture. Built on the empire of Russian fur trade, Sitka is Alaska’s fifth-largest city and has grown to be the cultural and artistic center of the Southeast.

The local economy is strongly centered on the timber, fishing and tourism industries. Famous for its sport fishing, Sitka’s two harbors are dotted with brightly colored boats that look out over the pine-covered islands of the Tongass National Forest.

At Sitka National Historical Park (Totem Park), visitors can recapture Sitka's Native and Russian history and see a collection of totem poles, a fort site and the battleground of 1804. Also, it is home to the Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center where visitors can watch and talk to Native artisans.

Victoria is a unique blend of historic charm and contemporary charisma, offering an exquisite variety of sights which draw visitors from around the world. The city is filled historic architecture and opportunities to step back in time and discover its heritage. Victoria has long been known as the City of Gardens and its passion for beautiful green spaces has resulted in world-renowned recognition.

Terms and Conditions

Fares are cruise only, per person, in NZD, in complete twin accommodation, based on the lead in balcony category specified (unless stated otherwise), inclusive of all discounts, taxes and charges (which are subject to change). Supplements apply for other stateroom categories. Some oceanview and balcony staterooms have an obstructed view. Valid for new bookings only. Valid until 31 Jan 18. Subject to limited availability. On board spending money listed is in USD, per person, applies to the first two guests sharing a cabin, is non?transferable, cannot be redeemed for cash or be used at the medical centre or casino. Conditions apply. Airfares, hotels and transfers additional. A limited number of cabins have been set aside at these special fares, once sold fares may revert to a higher fare. Fares may be withdrawn or varied, Cunard reserves the right to do so at any time. A 10% deposit is required at time of booking. To be read in conjunction with the Terms and Conditions contained in the latest Cunard brochures which passengers will be bound by. Deposits are refundable outside of 180 days. Whilst all information is correct at the time of publication, offers are subject to change. Please check with Cunard at the time of booking.

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until 31 Jan 2018
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