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HISTORY AND GRANDEUR | From the warm Canadian embrace of vibrant Vancouver to the Scandinavian touches of emerald-forested Seattle, discover the many threads in the fabric of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Russian influences are evident in remote Sitka, while the echoes of the explorers are heard among the whales near Hubbard Glacier. Skagway, known as the “Gateway to the Klondike,” brought people from all over the world during the heady days of the gold rush, while Ketchikan’s clean air and refreshing climate have been likened to that of Scotland. Juneau’s bawdy days as a gold mining town are in sharp contrast to the spiritual beauty of the native Tlingit in Icy Strait Point. To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ Alaska, visit www.alaskacruiselog.com.
CALL OF THE WILD | In the summer months, the Alaskan wilderness springs to life, and there is no better way to explore this magnificent untamed country than from the comfort of the luxurious Regatta. Kayaking through Tongass National Park near Ketchikan provides unique opportunities to view bald eagles, seals, jumping salmon and starfish up close. Learn the art of dogsledding from professional mushers and take in the awe-inspiring Alaskan wilderness around Juneau on a dogsled ride. An exhilarating bike ride around the village of Hoonah allows for an intimate look at Alaska’s largest Tlingit settlement and marvelous views of the surrounding forests and icy waters. To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ Alaska, visit www.alaskacruiselog.com.
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PACIFIC NORTHWEST ADVENTURES | Bridging both British Columbia and Alaska, this multicultural voyage also makes a rare call on Oregon’s historic Astoria, the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies. Be sure to tour Fort Clatsop National Memorial, where the Lewis and Clark Expedition wintered from 1805 to 1806. Sitka has kept its past alive in Sitka National Historical Park, where a wealth of Russian and Tlingit Indian artifacts are on display. Nature abounds in the icy majesty of Hubbard Glacier and the cliff-like mountains along the serene Inside Passage. Victoria, the province’s graceful capital, also captivates with its stunning beauty, but it’s much more cultured. One of the highlights is the Royal British Columbia Museum. To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ Alaska, visit www.alaskacruiselog.com.
LONG SUMMER DAYS | In the north, summer days last a lot longer, which means ample time to fully soak in the breathtaking Alaskan wilderness. Protected from the Pacific Ocean, the calm waters of the Inside Passage play host to abundant wildlife. Tongass National Forest near Hoonah sprawls over 17 million acres and is three times the size of America’s next largest national forest. Skagway offers a recreated version of a gold rush trail camp and a fascinating look at Alaska’s history. The Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show in Ketchikan is a thrilling spectacle as hardy lumberjacks compete in events like chopping, sawing, tree climbing and much more. To learn more about Oceania Cruises’ Alaska, visit www.alaskacruiselog.com.
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