There are so many cruise options, it might be hard to choose the right fit for your trip to Alaska. While most vacationers visit Alaska aboard a cruise ship, there are unlimited options to consider how to make the most of your vacation.
There are ships that cater to families and lines that don’t allow children under certain ages. Sizes also range from a dozen people to several thousand on-board. Some itineraries include stops in Hubbard or Glacier Bay. While this drives the cost up due to permits and entry fees, it also allows nature lovers to experience the Alaska they’ve dreamed of. There are cruises that spend more time in port and of course, endless itineraries with endless ports. Some ships are really set up to entertain, while others are focusing on education or experiences. There are always themed cruises as well as multi-cultural and multi-generational tendencies to consider. Sometimes it may seem mind boggling figuring out how you will get the best value for your vacation dollar. Start by listing the experiences you hope to enjoy like Glacier Bay. Read more: Solo Group Travel