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Moose in Denali National Park
White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad
Alaska Native Heritage Center Dancers
Courtesy of Visit Anchorage - Nicole Geils - Man at Glacier
Gold Dredge 8 Panning
Denali National Park
Brown Bear with Cub
Departs: June 18th, 2019 Tour Dates & Pricing
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Hosted By: Andrea Walker
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Day 1 : Fly to Seattle
We have accommodations in suburban Seattle this evening before embarking on our journey.
Day 2 : Vancouver/Embark the ms Volendam
After breakfast, we drive north to the vibrant port city of Vancouver. The city's setting is spectacular, nestled between mountains and ocean. We board the ms Volendam, a mid-sized 1,400-passenger ship, for our three-night cruise into the spectacular Inside Passage.
Day 3 : The Inside Passage
Snow-capped mountains, lush forests, and hundreds of islands and coastal inlets mark our progress through an astonishing fjord-like waterway today. We trace Canada's Pacific Coast and Southeastern Alaska, seeing firsthand how this vital ocean route still links communities today. As we cruise, enjoy the many shipboard activities; delightful shows, music, and dancing light up the evening.
Day 4 : Juneau
Today, we call on Alaska’s beautiful capital, Juneau. The city can only be reached by air or sea. Its natural setting between the waters of Gastineau Channel and coastal mountains and forest make it one of the most stunning capitals. We sightsee and shop on our own or choose an optional excursion offered by Holland America.
Day 5 : Scenic Train Ride
After breakfast we disembark in Skagway. Here, we board the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway for an exciting narrow-gauge train ride along the path of the legendary Klondike gold seekers. We pass incredible panoramas of glaciers, mountains and waterfalls. Later, we arrive in Whitehorse for the night.
Day 6 : The Alaska Highway
The Alaska Highway was constructed during World War II as a military route linking Alaska with the lower 48 states. Tonight’s comfortable accommodations are in Tok. Originating as an Alaska Road Commission camp in the 1940’s, Tok is considered the Sled Dog Capital of the World.
Day 7 : Alaska's Interior
En route to Fairbanks, we pass through Delta Junction, an inland delta where the Chena and Tanana rivers meet and feed Alaska’s largest agricultural area. Along the way, we can relive childhood dreams at the Santa Claus House in the town of North Pole. Tonight, we head out for dinner and a show, Alaska style! At a traditional Alaska Salmon Bake enjoy generous portions of salmon grilled over a wood fire accompanied by all-you-care-to-eat beer battered cod and slow roasted prime rib. Delight at the The Golden Heart Revue!, Alaska’s #1 musical show. We have accommodations for two nights in Fairbanks.
Day 8 : Gold Dredge 8 & Riverboat Discovery
Today we’re introduced to Fairbanks’ history as we trace its development from the gold rush to the discovery of Black Gold. Stand beneath the oil pipeline as we learn about this fascinating engineering marvel. At Gold Dredge 8, we learn to pan for gold and keep what we find! Enjoy an all-you-can-eat lunch at Steamboat Landing. We board the Riverboat Discovery lll sternwheeler for a narrated excursion on the Chena River and go ashore at a recreated Athabascan camp.
Day 9 : Denali National Park & Preserve
Panoramic views of wilderness and the Alaska Range provide a spectacular backdrop as we travel to Denali National Park & Preserve. At six million acres, it is one of the largest unspoiled regions in the world. A naturalist guide joins us on a journey into the tundra. Watch for grizzly bear, moose, caribou, and Dall sheep. Our accommodations tonight are near Denali National Park.
Day 10 : The Iditarod Trail
A scenic morning drive takes us to Wasilla. After lunch at the Settlers Bay Lodge, we learn about extraordinary sled dogs at the Iditarod Trail Headquarters the treasured Anchorage-to-Nome race. Later, traverse the Matanuska Valley, the state’s first agricultural center, before arriving in Anchorage for two nights.
Day 11 : Prince William Sound
We head south along the spellbinding scenery of Turnagain Arm. See animals up-close at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Later, we cruise the calm waters of Prince William Sound, with up-close views of tidewater glaciers. Watch for glacial ice to calve, or break off, crashing into the sea.
Day 12 : Anchorage
Enjoy a leisurely morning. You may choose to visit the Anchorage Market, featuring Alaskan products such as local food, artistic woodcrafts and photography. Enjoy a special Farewell Lunch and an enlightening visit to the Alaska Native Heritage Center before transferring to the airport for our flight home.
Day 13 : Arrive Home
We arrive home from our wonderful Alaska experience.
June 18th, 2019 - June 30th, 2019
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Final Payment Date: 03/15/2019
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Andrea Walker is an awards winning journalist for WKYT.
She grew up in Central Kentucky, right down the road from the “Big City” of Lexington in Jessamine County. Andrea is thrilled to be living out her childhood dream of delivering the news to her hometown and state each morning as co-anchor of WKYT this Morning and the FOX 56 Morning Edition.
Andrea is very involved in her community, she serves as an emcee, host and volunteer for a variety of charitable causes.
In her spare time she is in the process of restoring and renovating a former school house in her hometown where she now lives.
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