Canada is a country renowned for its stop-and-gawk beauty and its love of the great outdoors. Even the cities have been carefully designed to preserve metropolitan green belts and parklands, ensuring that Canadians are never far from their natural heritage. The country has a French and British colonial heritage, which is reflected in its cuisine, culture and customs, mixed in with the legacy of the country's own enigmatic aboriginal First Nations history. To Canada’s west, the relatively untouched wilderness of Alaska has a ‘Last Frontier’ feel. A lack of roads between towns and scenic wonders make the waters of Alaska’s Inside Passage one of the world’s top cruise destinations. Take to the water to see the work of glaciers that have sliced through Alaska leaving dramatic fiords in their wake. Across the region’s roof, the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis can paint the night sky with breathtakingly surreal colours.
Exploring Alaska's Coastal Wilderness - Lindblad
Special Child Offer*
Experience the remarkable beauty of Southeast Alaska. Cruise from Juneau to Sitka visiting Tracy Arm, Petersburg, Frederick Sound, Chatham Strait, Icy Strait, Inian Islands, Glacier Bay National Park, South east Alaska's Islands, Bays & Fjords.
7 night cruise from $8,320 per person, twin share*
Colours of Canada with MSC Cruises
Save up to $600 per cabin*
Cruise roundtrip from New York visiting Bar Harbor, St Johns, Halifax (CAN), Sydney (CAN), Portland & Boston onboard MSC Meraviglia
10 night cruise from $1,069 per person, twin share*
Alaska, Fjords & Glaciers with UnCruise
Small ship adventure
Cloud failure or liquid sunshine, this Alaska small ship adventure is perfect for exploration—paddling, hiking, hot tub under the stars, “polar bear plunges,” even playing in the mud with your expert expedition team.
7 night expedition from $7,845 per person, twin share*