BOOK ALASKA WITH OUR TRAVEL AGENCY
We sell Alaska by Land and by Sea. Take your pick or combine the two. We offer many ways to vacation in Alaska. Everybody initially thinks of cruise ships where you sail the inside passage. Once you begin to examine the destination and the transportation, the Alaska Railroad also makes a lot of sense. We also have escorted tours where you can go further afield by train and motorcoach. We have even sold custom fly/drive packages where clients go to various National Parks in Alaska while staying at nearby hotels or lodges. Most of what we sell is combination land/sea for 11-14 days or Alaska Railroad.
Cruises Cruises depart from both Seattle and Vancouver to Alaska. We sell all the cruise lines that depart from both ports. Many of the Seattle cruises are round trip in a week. Many of the Vancouver cruises are “northbound” or “southbound”. In Alaska, ships port at either Seward or Whittier which are both in the Anchorage area but about an hour and a half airport transfer from the actual ports. Land and Sea Vacations Northbound and southbound ships can be combines with land tours that usually run 3-7 nights for a total of 10 to 14 nights on vacation. Based on the direction of the ship, the land tour will either be “pre” or “post” tours. These combinations are offered by most cruise lines with a train segment and bus transportation between cities. The cruise lines offer more variety than before with wilderness lodges as well as traditional areas like Denali. They do offer programs for the shorter vacations that have a straight shot to Denali using the long days of summer in Alaska. Holland America Lines Celebrity Cruises Norwegian Cruises Royal Caribbean International Princess Cruise Lines Oceania Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Crystal Cruises
Escorted Tours Land tours usually include at least one Alaska Railroad segment as they usally cover Anchorage, Denali and Fairbanks. The short ones can be combined with cruises. Longer ones can also include areas like Dawson and Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory of Canada or Valdez to sail into Prince William Sound. Even though you will go further into the wilderness, these will provide full services like luggage handling and deluxe motorcoaches plus they will include more meals than other types of packages. Additional Vendors that offer Alaska Tours: Tauck Tours Trafalgar Collette Globus Tours Insight Vacations Cosmos
Alaska Railroad We sell a lot of Alaska Railroad. Both with and without cruises as some of our clients just want to fly up and ride the trains across Alaska. We offer custom packages through the Alaska Railroad including lodges/hotels, sightseeing and all the same tours and amenities offered by the cruise lines. Alaska Railroad has a Gold Service (most trains) which includes dome cars and a meal and drinks in a dining car with each train ride. They also offer Adventure Class with regular train cars and rolling wilderness cafe’s that serve light fare. Go where you want for as many days as you want between Fairbanks, Denali, Talkeetna, Seward (Kenai Fjords National Pakr) even Whittier and Portage. They also have pre-set multi day adventure package itineraries. We are familiar with Alaska Railroad, so we can get you a custom quote with airfare. We do combine Alaska Railroad with cruise vacations that can be booked separately. I would classify the Alaska Railroad packages as “hosted” as they are not fully escorted but the train people work with hotels and attractions so somebody is always looking for you along the way. Our tip about Alaska Railroad: You will see more Alaska as the train rolls along through the countryside at a comfortable speed.
Photo courtesy of Holland America Lines
Some lines sail into Glacier Bay and some don’t. Holland America puts US Park Service naturalists on the ship when they enter Glacier Bay. Only some ships go to Skagway to experience the White Pass and Yukon Railroad. Pictured here is the Holland America Oosterdam.
Pictures courtesy of Alaska Railroad Corp. Used by permission.
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We sell Alaska by Land & by Sea. Take your pick or combine the two. We offer many ways to vacation in Alaska. Everybody initially thinks of cruise ships where you sail the inside passage. Once you begin to examine the destination and the transportation, the Alaska Railroad also makes a lot of sense. We also have escorted tours where you can go further afield by train and motorcoach. We have even sold custom fly/drive packages where clients go to various National Parks in Alaska while staying at nearby hotels or lodges. Most of what we sell is combination land/sea for 11-14 days or Alaska Railroad.
Cruises Cruises depart from both Seattle and Vancouver to Alaska. We sell all the cruise lines that depart from both ports. Many of the Seattle cruises are round trip in a week. Many of the Vancouver cruises are “northbound” or “southbound”. In Alaska, ships port at either Seward or Whittier which are both in the Anchorage area but about an hour and a half airport transfer from the actual ports. Land and Sea Vacations Northbound and southbound ships can be combines with land tours that usually run 3-7 nights for a total of 10 to 14 nights on vacation. Based on the direction of the ship, the land tour will either be “pre” or “post” tours. These combinations are offered by most cruise lines with a train segment and bus transportation between cities. The cruise lines offer more variety than before with wilderness lodges as well as traditional areas like Denali. They do offer programs for the shorter vacations that have a straight shot to Denali using the long days of summer in Alaska. Holland America Lines Celebrity Cruises Norwegian Cruises Royal Caribbean International Princess Cruise Lines Oceania Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Crystal Cruises
Escorted Tours Land tours usually include at least one Alaska Railroad segment as they usally cover Anchorage, Denali and Fairbanks. The short ones can be combined with cruises. Longer ones can also include areas like Dawson and Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory of Canada or Valdez to sail into Prince William Sound. Even though you will go further into the wilderness, these will provide full services like luggage handling and deluxe motorcoaches plus they will include more meals than other types of packages. Vendors that offer Alaska Tours: Tauck Tours Trafalgar Collette Globus Tours Insight Vacations Cosmos
Alaska Railroad We sell a lot of Alaska Railroad. Both with and without cruises as some of our clients just want to fly up and ride the trains across Alaska. We offer custom packages through the Alaska Railroad including lodges/hotels, sightseeing and all the same tours and amenities offered by the cruise lines. Alaska Railroad has a Gold Service (most trains) which includes dome cars and a meal and drinks in a dining car with each train ride. They also offer Adventure Class with regular train cars and rolling wilderness cafe’s that serve light fare. Go where you want for as many days as you want between Fairbanks, Denali, Talkeetna, Seward (Kenai Fjords National Pakr) even Whittier and Portage. They also have pre-set multi day adventure package itineraries. We are familiar with Alaska Railroad, so we can get you a custom quote with airfare. We do combine Alaska Railroad with cruise vacations that can be booked separately. I would classify the Alaska Railroad packages as “hosted” as they are not fully escorted but the train people work with hotels and attractions so somebody is always looking for you along the way. Our tip about Alaska Railroad: You will see more Alaska as the train rolls along through the countryside at a comfortable speed.
Tampa Bay’s Cloud Based Travel Agency
813-868-0007 info@vacationtc.com
Registered with the State of Florida as a Seller of Travel. Reg. #10098 Florida Travel Insurance License #A165107 Cruise Lines International Association Member #00577404
© 2006 to 2020 Market Access Promotions, Inc. PO Box 290816, Tampa, FL USA 33687
BOOK ALASKA WITH OUR TRAVEL AGENCY
We sell Alaska by Land and by Sea. Take your pick or combine the two. We offer many ways to vacation in Alaska. Everybody initially thinks of cruise ships where you sail the inside passage. Once you begin to examine the destination and the transportation, the Alaska Railroad also makes a lot of sense. We also have escorted tours where you can go further afield by train and motorcoach. We have even sold custom fly/drive packages where clients go to various National Parks in Alaska while staying at nearby hotels or lodges. Most of what we sell is combination land/sea for 11-14 days or Alaska Railroad.
Cruises Cruises depart from both Seattle and Vancouver to Alaska. We sell all the cruise lines that depart from both ports. Many of the Seattle cruises are round trip in a week. Many of the Vancouver cruises are “northbound” or “southbound”. In Alaska, ships port at either Seward or Whittier which are both in the Anchorage area but about an hour and a half airport transfer from the actual ports. Land and Sea Vacations Northbound and southbound ships can be combines with land tours that usually run 3-7 nights for a total of 10 to 14 nights on vacation. Based on the direction of the ship, the land tour will either be “pre” or “post” tours. These combinations are offered by most cruise lines with a train segment and bus transportation between cities. The cruise lines offer more variety than before with wilderness lodges as well as traditional areas like Denali. They do offer programs for the shorter vacations that have a straight shot to Denali using the long days of summer in Alaska. Holland America Lines Celebrity Cruises Norwegian Cruises Royal Caribbean International Princess Cruise Lines Oceania Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Crystal Cruises
Escorted Tours Land tours usually include at least one Alaska Railroad segment as they usally cover Anchorage, Denali and Fairbanks. The short ones can be combined with cruises. Longer ones can also include areas like Dawson and Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory of Canada or Valdez to sail into Prince William Sound. Even though you will go further into the wilderness, these will provide full services like luggage handling and deluxe motorcoaches plus they will include more meals than other types of packages. Vendors that offer Alaska Tours: Tauck Tours Trafalgar Collette Globus Tours Insight Vacations Cosmos
Alaska Railroad We sell a lot of Alaska Railroad. Both with and without cruises as some of our clients just want to fly up and ride the trains across Alaska. We offer custom packages through the Alaska Railroad including lodges/hotels, sightseeing and all the same tours and amenities offered by the cruise lines. Alaska Railroad has a Gold Service (most trains) which includes dome cars and a meal and drinks in a dining car with each train ride. They also offer Adventure Class with regular train cars and rolling wilderness cafe’s that serve light fare. Go where you want for as many days as you want between Fairbanks, Denali, Talkeetna, Seward (Kenai Fjords National Pakr) even Whittier and Portage. They also have pre-set multi day adventure package itineraries. We are familiar with Alaska Railroad, so we can get you a custom quote with airfare. We do combine Alaska Railroad with cruise vacations that can be booked separately. I would classify the Alaska Railroad packages as “hosted” as they are not fully escorted but the train people work with hotels and attractions so somebody is always looking for you along the way. Our tip about Alaska Railroad: You will see more Alaska as the train rolls along through the countryside at a comfortable speed.
Some lines sail into Glacier Bay and some don’t. Holland America puts US Park Service naturalists on the ship when they enter Glacier Bay. Only some ships go to Skagway to experience the White Pass and Yukon Railroad. Pictured here is the Holland America Oosterdam.
Pictures courtesy of Alaska Railroad Corp. Used by permission.
Florida Seller of Travel. Reg. #10098
© 2006 to 2019 Market Access Promotions, Inc.
BOOK WITH OUR TRAVEL AGENCY
813-868-0007
Tampa Bay’s Cloud Based Travel Agency
813-868-0007 800-955-5594 info@vacationtc.com