Alaskan Adventure

Alaskan cruises are a truly unique experience. Offering different perspectives of life in Alaska at each port, every day is a new adventure. With the main draws being the tranquil scenery and the rugged wildlife, Alaska is a true frontier adventure. Cruises to Alaska range anywhere from 6-30 days with the average being about 7-14 days. The cruising season begins in May and ends in September, with temperatures ranging from mid 50s to mid 70s throughout.

A great addition to Alaskan Cruises are land portions. This gives you the opportunity to see Mt. Mckinley, which is located in Denali National Park. One of the coolest excursions offered on land portions is late night golfing thanks to the Midnight Sun. Travelers can book Tee times ranging from 5am until as late as Midnight.

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Although I have never been on an Alaskan Cruise the idea of whale watching in the morning and spending my late night golfing under the midnight sun is something I do not want to miss. I have experienced midnight sun when I traveled to Russian and it is one of the coolest, weirdest feelings I have ever been though. If you are interested in finding out more information we have several vendors that we use to book our Alaska Cruises. When discussing this blog post this morning with one of our Alaskan cruise experts, Connie, she said that when she sells this particular tour she likes to use Holland America. Connie is one of our most seasoned travel consultants and if you want a truly wonderful experience her judgment and advice is always top notch. Liz is another cruise expert here at Ambassador Travel. She cruised upward of 40 days last year so she knows the ins and outs of the seas. Give us a call today and we would love to set you up with one of our lovely ladies and help you fulfill a trip of a lifetime.

Ambassador Travel Ltd., 1528 Oregon St. Oshkosh WI 54915, 920.236.7777

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