Alaska is easily one of the most amazing places in the United States, and it’s no surprise why. From snow-capped mountains and glistening glaciers to whales, bald eagles and bears, there really is no end to the majesty of this part of the world.
A cruise to Alaska with Norwegian Cruise Line also offers a lot of added fun. NCL offers five cruise ships to choose from. Two of its newest ships, Norwegian Encore and Norwegian Bliss, both offer double-decker racing tracks and the Scenic Observation Lounge, perfect for viewing glaciers, fjords and even whales while sipping a hot drink or cocktail.
Sit down to dine at The Waterfront, a quarter-mile long oceanfront promenade with sweeping views of puffins, icebergs, sea otters and more, while sampling seafood, steaks or your favorite comfort food.
Follow a wildlife tour at Icy Strait Point or a ride on the historic White Pass Scenic Railway with a trip to the Mandara Spa, where the thermal suite offers a place to thaw sore muscles while providing stunning views of the Alaskan wilderness.
The other three ships sailing to Alaska are Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Spirit and Norwegian Sun. They are smaller vessels, offering fewer guests and more possibilities for closer connections.
These ships also offer a thermal suite and hot tubs for relaxing and viewing wildlife after a long day of visiting puppies and dogs at a dog sledding camp, hiking Glacier Bay, or photographing bald eagles. Alaskan white and beautiful rugged terrain.
These three ships offer a variety of world cuisines, including French, Brazilian and Japanese. Room service is also available, so guests can enjoy a private breakfast from the comfort of their balcony.
No matter which vessel a client chooses, they will find an incredible number of excursions that will help them immerse themselves in Alaskan local culture, history and wildlife, from delicious salmon dinners to hiking tours. and a visit to a dog sledding camp.
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