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Exclusive 2025 Full Transit of the Northwest Passage

MS Roald Amundsen 08 Aug 2025 25 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Nome

Exclusive FREE Private UK Chauffeur Service*

Exclusive Savings of up to £7,000*

Unique opportunity to sail the historic northwest passage*

All-Inclusive Drinks, Wi-Fi, Gratuities & Flights Included*

Itinerary: Nome, Alaska - Fly from Nuuk, Greenland to Reykjavik, Iceland - One night 4★ stay in Reykjavik, Iceland
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(full fare £16,799) Outside from £13,599pp

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2025 Alaska Cruise & Stay Adventure

Westerdam 06 Jun 2025 31 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Seattle

Exclusive savings of up to £2,200*

Exclusive Complimentary Stateroom Upgrades^

Exclusive complimentary on board spend of up to $400*

Two night 4★ hotel stay in Seattle*

Itinerary: Seattle, Washington - Ketchikan, Alaska - Sitka - Hubbard Glacier - Valdez, Alaska - Seward, AK, USA - Dutch Harbor - Nome, Alaska - Kodiak, Alaska, US - Anchorage, Alaska, US -...
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(full fare £6,099) Inside from £4,999pp

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Alaska and British Columbia

MS Roald Amundsen 03 Jul 2024 18 nights Fly Cruise Vancouver


Itinerary: Vancouver, Canada - Inside Passage - Misty Fjords National Monument - Wrangell, Alaska - Sitka, Alaska - Icy bay - Kodiak, Alaska - Katmai, Alaska - Alaska Peninsula - Unga...
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Outside from £6,798pp

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What to see in Nome

Nome, perched on Alaska's windswept Bering Sea coast, is a frontier town steeped in history and rugged charm. Renowned for its gold rush legacy and the finish line of the famed Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Nome invites visitors to explore its wild landscapes, rich indigenous culture and aurora-lit skies.

Nome’s rich history as a gold rush town offers visitors the chance to step back in time and explore the remnants of its fascinating past. Start your exploration at the Carrie M. McLain Memorial Museum, where exhibits detail the town's gold rush era, indigenous heritage and maritime history. Admire artefacts from the era, including gold nuggets, mining equipment and photographs that offer a glimpse into life in Nome during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. For a more immersive experience, venture out to the abandoned gold mining camps that dot the surrounding landscape. Take a guided tour or hike along the trails that lead to these historic sites, where weathered buildings and rusted machinery serve as reminders of the town's bustling past. Imagine the hardships faced by the prospectors who braved the harsh Arctic conditions in search of fortune and explore the stories of perseverance and determination that define Nome's gold rush legacy.

Nome’s wild and remote location offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventures and wildlife viewing. Set out on a hike along the scenic trails that wind through the tundra and coastal landscapes, offering breathtaking views of the rugged terrain and expansive vistas of the Bering Sea. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife such as moose, caribou and arctic foxes that inhabit the region, as well as a variety of bird species that migrate through the area.

Nome’s location within the Arctic Circle makes it one of the best places on earth to witness the mesmerising spectacle of the northern lights. From late fall to early spring, the dark, clear nights of the Arctic winter provide optimal conditions for aurora viewing, offering visitors the chance to witness nature's most dazzling light show. Bundle up and head outside on a clear night to search for the elusive northern lights. Find a secluded spot away from the town's lights and wait patiently as the sky comes alive with swirling curtains of green, pink and purple light. Capture the magic with your camera or simply sit back and marvel at the beauty of the aurora borealis dancing across the Arctic sky.

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