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Cruises to Juneau

Alaskan adventure with a glorious backdrop

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Royal Caribbean International

2022 Alaskan & Canadian Rockies Discovery

  • 21 May 2022
  • 13 nights
  • Ship: Serenade of the Seas
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Vancouver, Canada - Sitka - Juneau - Haines - Tracy Arm Fjord - Vancouver, Canada

Includes: Exclusive FREE Stateroom Upgrades*, FREE Rail Upgrade to Goldleaf Service*, Exclusive Savings*, 4-night Canadian Rockies tour & two days on board Rocky Mountaineer*

Royal Caribbean International

The 2022 Alaskan Discovery By Rail & Sea

  • 28 Jul 2022
  • 12 nights
  • Ship: Radiance of the Seas
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Vancouver, Canada - Juneau - Icy Strait - Sitka - Skagway - Hubbard Glacier - Seward

Includes: Pre-cruise hotel stay in Vancouver*, Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to $300*, Included gratuities*, Three night Alaska Wild Express land tour ft. the Wildness Express train*

Holland America Line

The 2022 Highlights Of The Iconic Route 66

  • 03 Sep 2022
  • 26 nights
  • Ship: Zuiderdam
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Vancouver, Canada - Scenic Cruising The Inside Passage - Tracy Arm Inlet - Juneau, Alaska - Skagway, Alaska - Glacier Bay - Ketchikan, Alaska - Scenic Cruising The Inside Passage -…

Includes: Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to $400*, Three night 4★ hotel stay in Vancouver included*, 15 Night Highlights of Route 66 Land Tour with Grand Canyon National Park...

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Whales and salmon and bears, oh my!

Experience the spectacular snow-capped mountains, dramatic wildlife and gold-rush heritage of enchanting Juneau.

Black Bear, Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau

Black Bear, Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau

Humpback whales, Juneau, Alaska

Humpback whales, Juneau, Alaska

Humpback whale, Juneau, Alaska

Humpback whale, Juneau, Alaska

Nugget Falls, Humpback whales, Juneau, Alaska

Nugget Falls, Humpback whales, Juneau, Alaska

ROL Cruise recommends…

Wildlife watching

From April to November, the northern waters of the Inside Passage are inhabited by hundreds of humpback whales. Pick up a boat tour from Juneau to watch these magnificent creatures and keep your eyes peeled for a passing orca catching an unsuspecting seal or moose for lunch. Eagles are another common sighting in the skies above Juneau, soaring through the air as they search for spawning salmon and herring in the streams. If you’re feeling brave during July and August, seek out black bears at Admiralty Island National Monument and the Kootznoowoo Wilderness area.

Glacial grandeur 

Around 12 miles from downtown Juneau is the arresting splendour of Mendenhall Glacier. One of 38 glaciers spilling forth from the 1,500 mile square Juneau Icefield, this breathtakingly beautiful river of blue ice stops at Mendenhall Lake. Take an aerial flightseeing tour or visit the informative visitor centre to learn how an ever warming climate is causing it to retreat, but enabling the return of forest and wildlife. For fantastic photo opportunities, follow a scenic walking trail past salmon streams, beavers and birdlife before reaching the cascading waters of Nugget Falls.

An adrenaline rush 

Alaskan outdoor pursuits are plentiful, so adventurous visitors are sure to be entertained. Dog-sled across the glistening glacier, hike or cycle over challenging terrain, or explore shipwrecks and marine life by diving into the deep. Take to the skies for sweeping aerial views on the Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway or with an exhilarating zipline experience. If water’s more your thing, hire a kayak or charter a fishing boat and reel in an impressive catch of Pacific halibut or Pacific salmon.

Solid gold sightseeing 

Downtown Juneau offers a wealth of historic attractions, from colonial architecture and political points of interest to the city’s first saloon. Spend a couple of hours at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, discover its native heritage, or follow the handy blue signposts towards nearby sights. Take a stroll to the Governor’s Mansion, a grand residence which boasts a totem pole from 1939. Visit the Victorian House of Wickersham, admire the octagonal St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, spotting monuments and memorials along the way.