Canada & Alaska Cruise

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  • 2 nts Best Western Plus Sands by the Sea, Vancouver -
  • 7 nts Holland America Alaska Inside Passage Cruise, Alaska - Inside cabin - Full board
  • 1 nts Best Western Plus Sands by the Sea, Vancouver -
  • 2 nts Crystal Lodge & Suites, The Rocky Mountains & Whistler -
  • Flights with British Airways from Heathrow. Travel 20th September. Deposit: £1000 per person. Itinerary: Vancouver-Juneau-Skagway-Glacier Bay-Ketchikan-Vancouver-Whistler.
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2 nts Best Western Plus Sands by the Sea, Vancouver

Situated in downtown Vancouver, overlooking the False Creek, Granville Island and Vancouver's seawall. This hotel is close to shopping and within walking distance to Granville Island.

7 nts Holland America Alaska Inside Passage Cruise, Alaska
Inside cabin - Full board

Sailing the Inside Passage offers opportunities to spot some of Alaska’s most iconic wildlife, with humpback whales and orca plying the bountiful waters alongside the ships, bald eagles soaring overhead and brown bears lumbering on the shoreline. Numerous ports along the way recount Alaska’s colorful history.

1 nts Best Western Plus Sands by the Sea, Vancouver

Situated in downtown Vancouver, overlooking the False Creek, Granville Island and Vancouver's seawall. This hotel is close to shopping and within walking distance to Granville Island.

2 nts Crystal Lodge & Suites, The Rocky Mountains & Whistler

Offering an unbeatable location in Whistler Village.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights with British Airways from Heathrow. Travel 20th September. Deposit: £1000 per person. Itinerary: Vancouver-Juneau-Skagway-Glacier Bay-Ketchikan-Vancouver-Whistler.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.



Majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage throughout all four seasons make Vancouver one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Add to this a relatively mild Pacific Northwest climate, an energetic restaurant and nightlife scene, world class shopping and a unique mix of cultures and it's easy to understand why Vancouver should be high on any traveller's wish list.

Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood, Gastown, grew from a single tavern founded back in 1867. Today, the district retains its historic charm and independent spirit with Victorian architecture housing boutiques, galleries and some of the best culinary fare in the city. Get a bird's eye view of the area from the Vancouver Lookout, which is located in the Harbour Centre and rises 553 feet to give visitors a 360º panorama of the city.

If you do have a head for heights make your way to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives. The swaying Capilano Suspension Bridge, which stretches 450 feet across a canyon and the Capilano River 230 feet below, has thrilled visitors since 1889; Treetops Adventure takes you 100 feet into the mid-story of a coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges attached to old-growth trees; and the Cliffwalk, which is not for the fainthearted, follows a granite precipice along the Capilano River on a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms through rainforest vegetation.

Adjacent to Downtown Vancouver is the magnificent green oasis of Stanley Park. Featuring huge trees, ever-blooming gardens and lovely beaches all encircled by a six mile paved seawall making it easy to explore on foot or by bicycle. Within the park attractions range from the totem poles at Brockton Point to a pitch 'n' putt golf course and the marine life at the Vancouver Aquarium.

Vancouver's Chinatown has been buzzing with activity for more than a century. Rich in history and architecture, this area boasts North America's third largest Chinatown and has plenty of classic speciality stores, dim sum restaurants and apothecaries. When you require some sanctuary, head to Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, with covered walkways and beautiful pavilions this incredibly manicured garden was the first authentic classical Chinese garden ever built outside of China.

When you think of Vancouver, beaches may not spring to mind, but the city has several options when you're looking for somewhere to relax, particularly during the summer months. Kitsliano Beach is a particular favourite as along with the stretch of sands you'll find Kits Pool, a large outdoor heated salt-water pool with a wrap-around view of the city, ocean and mountains.

The city's best known shopping precinct is Robson Street, and a must-stroll area for visitors. Being right in the heart of the downtown core, you'll find yourself amongst locals on their way to the office or heading to a game at the BC Place Stadium. There's also plenty of casual eateries, well-priced Asian restaurants and fine dining options too.

Take the ferry across False Creek to Granville Island and once you're there, the biggest attraction is the indoor Public Market, with seemingly endless rows of stalls. Outside of the market, there are theatres, art galleries and craft studios, or for outdoor types kayaking and paddleboarding tours can be found here.

Another nearby attraction is the vast alpine playground of Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes from the city's downtown core. Take the iconic 8 minute gondola ride from the Valley Station to the summit and enjoy the jaw-dropping majestic nature of British Columbia as it unfolds around you.


Glorious Alaska is the largest and one of the most beautiful states in the USA. It's a wild and spectacular wilderness with vast landscapes of unfathomable natural beauty that seemingly stretch to infinity.

A cruise is a great way to see Alaska's famed Inside Passage with its coastal towns, mountains, glaciers and marine wildlife thanks to the medley of fjords, islands, bays and inlets. Alaska's capital, Juneau, is the main city here, along with Sitka, with its mix of Russian and Native Alaskan history; Skagway, where gold rush fever lives on; and charming Ketchikan, which has an amazing collection of totem poles, diverse attractions and activities. However, if you prefer to explore away from the coast the superlatives only multiply with high peaks, an estimated 100,000 glaciers, national parks, lush forests and the USA's third-longest river.

Alaska's biggest city is Anchorage, an urban enclave surrounded by wilderness that uniquely combines the convenience of the modern world with a rugged natural environment. The city offers rich history in museums, prized works of local artists in galleries, great shopping, fine restaurants, theatres and dozens of parks. Anchorage is also the perfect springboard for all that Alaska offer, whether you wish to flightsee over Mt McKinley, visit grizzly bears; see calving glaciers and enormous whales on a day cruise or drive some of the world's most spectacular highways.

Creating a backdrop to Anchorage are the dramatic peaks of Chugach State Park where you'll find some of the most accessible outdoor adventures in the state. Alyeska is your gateway to the mountains and summer activities include hiking, rafting, biking, ATVing, kayaking and fishing, while in winter skiers of all levels will delight in the 76 named trails and over 669 inches of snow annually.

North of Anchorage are the towering granite spires and snowy summits of Denali National Park, Alaska's most popular attraction and home to Mt McKinley, North America's tallest peak. The park's varied terrain includes the massive peaks, alpine meadows, glacial rivers and colourful tundra. The wildlife is abundant and you may spot moose, caribou, grizzly bears, Dall sheep or wolves, as they roam the unfenced lands living as they have for ages.

About two hours drive north of Denali is Fairbanks, a former gold rush boomtown, now known as the 'Golden Heart of Alaska'. In this engaging city try panning for gold, take a float trip along the Chena River, cool off in an ice museum, enjoy an exhilarating hike watching for birds and wildlife, visit a dog mushing kennel or be captivated by the array of art galleries, museums and historic sites. This region experiences endless daylight hours in summer while in the winter, you can often see the incredible Northern Lights.

The friendly hub of Tok sits just over 90 miles from the Canadian border and has highways leading away from the town in all directions. It's the sled dog capital of Alaska and many of its residents are involved in some with dogs and dog mushing. It's also an outdoor enthusiasts paradise being surrounded by wild lands teeming with birds, mammals and fish with plenty of bird watching, hiking, float trips and other exploring to be done.


Majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage throughout all four seasons make Vancouver one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Add to this a relatively mild Pacific Northwest climate, an energetic restaurant and nightlife scene, world class shopping and a unique mix of cultures and it's easy to understand why Vancouver should be high on any traveller's wish list.

Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood, Gastown, grew from a single tavern founded back in 1867. Today, the district retains its historic charm and independent spirit with Victorian architecture housing boutiques, galleries and some of the best culinary fare in the city. Get a bird's eye view of the area from the Vancouver Lookout, which is located in the Harbour Centre and rises 553 feet to give visitors a 360º panorama of the city.

If you do have a head for heights make your way to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives. The swaying Capilano Suspension Bridge, which stretches 450 feet across a canyon and the Capilano River 230 feet below, has thrilled visitors since 1889; Treetops Adventure takes you 100 feet into the mid-story of a coastal rainforest on seven suspension bridges attached to old-growth trees; and the Cliffwalk, which is not for the fainthearted, follows a granite precipice along the Capilano River on a labyrinth-like series of narrow cantilevered bridges, stairs and platforms through rainforest vegetation.

Adjacent to Downtown Vancouver is the magnificent green oasis of Stanley Park. Featuring huge trees, ever-blooming gardens and lovely beaches all encircled by a six mile paved seawall making it easy to explore on foot or by bicycle. Within the park attractions range from the totem poles at Brockton Point to a pitch 'n' putt golf course and the marine life at the Vancouver Aquarium.

Vancouver's Chinatown has been buzzing with activity for more than a century. Rich in history and architecture, this area boasts North America's third largest Chinatown and has plenty of classic speciality stores, dim sum restaurants and apothecaries. When you require some sanctuary, head to Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, with covered walkways and beautiful pavilions this incredibly manicured garden was the first authentic classical Chinese garden ever built outside of China.

When you think of Vancouver, beaches may not spring to mind, but the city has several options when you're looking for somewhere to relax, particularly during the summer months. Kitsliano Beach is a particular favourite as along with the stretch of sands you'll find Kits Pool, a large outdoor heated salt-water pool with a wrap-around view of the city, ocean and mountains.

The city's best known shopping precinct is Robson Street, and a must-stroll area for visitors. Being right in the heart of the downtown core, you'll find yourself amongst locals on their way to the office or heading to a game at the BC Place Stadium. There's also plenty of casual eateries, well-priced Asian restaurants and fine dining options too.

Take the ferry across False Creek to Granville Island and once you're there, the biggest attraction is the indoor Public Market, with seemingly endless rows of stalls. Outside of the market, there are theatres, art galleries and craft studios, or for outdoor types kayaking and paddleboarding tours can be found here.

Another nearby attraction is the vast alpine playground of Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes from the city's downtown core. Take the iconic 8 minute gondola ride from the Valley Station to the summit and enjoy the jaw-dropping majestic nature of British Columbia as it unfolds around you.


Find yourself at one with nature at the mountain resort of Whistler or amidst the jaw-dropping scenery of the Canadian Rockies where the panoramas of soaring peaks, lush alpine meadows, towering waterfalls and impossibly blue lakes will live long in the memory.

Nestled in the Coast Mountains, legendary Whistler is Canada's premier year round destination. Surrounded by forested valleys, rivers and lakes, the resort offers countless outdoor adventures, including incomparable skiing and boarding, golf, mountain biking, canoeing and ziplining. The mountains blend seamlessly with charming Whistler village, where every amenity is offered from diverse accommodations, international cuisines, shops, spas and entertainment venues.

The Thompson Okanagan region has something for everyone: Foodies flock to the area's renowned orchards and vineyards; families love the many sandy lakeside beaches; and outdoor enthusiasts come for the golfing, hiking, biking and skiing.

The province of Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking places on earth. Discover a network of protected national and provincial mountain parks, adventures for those seeking them and the appealing towns of Banff and Jasper.

Recreational opportunities abound in both Banff and Jasper National Parks, with hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, excellent wildlife watching and superb rafting and canoeing all available.

Places to explore within both parks include Moraine Lake; Lake Louise; picturesque Maligne Lake; the geothermally heated Miette Hot Springs; the scenic Pyramid Lake area; the impressive Athabasca Falls; and the unforgettable Columbia Icefield, where you can take a guided glacier walk, step out onto the Glacier Skywalk or journey by Ice Explorer onto the Athabasca Glacier.

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