Cruises to Sitka

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Top Sitka Cruises

2026 5★ All-Inclusive Legends of Japan & Alaska

Riviera 04 May 2026 22 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Tokyo

Exclusive FREE All-Inclusive Drinks Package*

Exclusive Savings of up to £2,500*

Exclusive FREE $550 On Board Spend*

FREE flights, gratuities, wi-fi, speciality dining & $1,000 shore excursion credit*

Itinerary: Tokyo, Japan - Aomori, Japan - Hakodate, Japan - Kushiro, Japan - Dutch Harbor (Aleutian Islands), Alaska - Kodiak, Alaska, USA - Seward, Alaska, USA - Sitka, Alaska, USA -...
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(full fare £7,499) Inside from £6,499pp

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Alaskan Inside Passage - Vancouver to Vancouver

Nieuw Amsterdam 22 Sep 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Vancouver

Limited Time Offer - Incredible Low Deposit to book!

Full board cruising*

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Spacious, Mid-Sized Ships*

Itinerary: Vancouver, Canada - Sitka - Juneau, Alaska - Ketchikan, Alaska - Vancouver, Canada
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Inside from £1,004pp

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Alaska Explorer

Eurodam 27 Sep 2025 7 nights Fly Cruise Seattle

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5★ Premium Cruising*

Spacious, Mid-Sized Ships*

Immersive Culinary Journeys*

Itinerary: Seattle, Washington - Juneau, Alaska - Icy Straight Point - Sitka - Ketchikan, Alaska - Victoria, British Colombia, Canada - Seattle, Washington
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Inside from £1,279pp

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What to see in Sitka

Sitka, Alaska, nestled on Baranof Island's western coast, captivates with its rich history and stunning natural beauty. Surrounded by misty forests and a rugged coastline, this charming town offers a blend of Native American and Russian heritage, vibrant arts and abundant outdoor adventures, making it a must-visit destination in the Last Frontier.

Delve into Sitka's rich history and cultural heritage by exploring its historic sites and landmarks. Begin your journey at the Sitka National Historical Park, where lush forests and scenic trails lead to ancient totem poles and traditional Tlingit and Haida clan houses. This living testament to Alaska's Native American heritage offers visitors a glimpse into the traditions, artistry and spirituality of the region's indigenous peoples. Continue your exploration at the Russian Bishop's House, a meticulously restored historic site that provides insight into Sitka's time as the capital of Russian America. Wander through the elegant rooms and exhibits, which offer a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Russian Orthodox clergy who once inhabited this stately residence. Don't miss the opportunity to visit St. Michael's Cathedral, a stunning example of Russian Orthodox architecture and one of Sitka's most iconic landmarks. Admire the intricate iconography and ornate interiors as you learn about the cathedral's role in shaping Sitka's cultural identity. Through these immersive experiences, gain a deeper appreciation for Sitka's multicultural heritage and the enduring legacy of its indigenous and Russian influences.

Embark on a wildlife-watching adventure to discover the abundant marine life that thrives in Sitka's pristine waters. Join a guided boat tour or kayak expedition that ventures into the nutrient-rich waters of Sitka Sound and the surrounding fjords. Keep a lookout for majestic humpback whales breaching the surface, their powerful tails breaking the ocean's calm. Marvel at the playful antics of sea otters as they float effortlessly on their backs, cracking open shellfish with dexterous paws. Spot bald eagles soaring overhead, their piercing cries echoing across the rugged coastline. For a closer encounter with Sitka's marine inhabitants, don a wetsuit and snorkel gear and plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. Explore vibrant kelp forests teeming with colourful fish, crabs and other marine creatures, immersing yourself in an underwater world of unparalleled beauty and diversity. Whether observing from the safety of a boat or diving beneath the waves, Sitka's marine wildlife encounters offer unforgettable experiences that leave a lasting impression on visitors of all ages.

Savour the flavours of Alaska's culinary scene by indulging in the region's freshest seafood and locally sourced ingredients. Sitka's vibrant food scene showcases a fusion of indigenous, Russian and contemporary influences, offering a diverse array of dining options to suit every palate. Begin your culinary adventure at the Sitka Farmers Market, where local growers and artisans showcase their bounty of fresh produce, artisanal goods and homemade delicacies. Sample freshly shucked oysters, wild-caught salmon and foraged berries as you mingle with locals and fellow travellers alike. For a taste of Sitka's culinary creativity, dine at one of the town's acclaimed restaurants, where innovative chefs showcase the best of Alaska's seasonal ingredients in inventive dishes that celebrate the region's cultural and culinary heritage. From cosy waterfront bistros to upscale dining establishments, Sitka's dining scene offers a feast for the senses that reflects the town's diverse cultural tapestry and deep connection to the land and sea.

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