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Alaskan Explorer with Holland America Lines

7 nights
12 May 24 to 19 May 24
Book by 01 December 23
Set sail on the MS Westerdam for a 7-night Alaskan adventure. Witness majestic glaciers, spot incredible wildlife, and immerse yourself in Alaska's rugged beauty. With luxury amenities and expert guidance, this cruise promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of America's last frontier. Don't miss the chance to experience the wonders of Alaska.


  • 7 nights onboard the Ms Westerdam in an inside stateroom
  • All meals and entertainment onboard
  • Port Taxes and charges


  • Flights, Transfers
  • Gratuities
  • Laundry
  • Beauty & spa treatments
  • Anything of a personal nature


  • Premium Cruise Package Valued at $99 per day:
  • Shore Excursions (1 per 7-day days)
  • Drink Package (Signature)
  • Specialty Dining (1 per 7-day days)
  • Wi-Fi Surf Package.
  • Terms and Conditions Apply


  • 7 nights onboard the Ms Westerdam in an inside stateroom
  • All meals and entertainment onboard
  • Port Taxes and charges


Day 1: Seattle, Washington

Washington DC is the capital of the United States. The city is located on the north bank of the Potomac River and is bordered by the states of Virginia to the southwest and Maryland to the other sides. It is a planned city, designed specifically to house the federal government, and is not part of any state. Its history, beautiful architecture, and excellent cultural centers attract millions of visitors each year. Things to see and do The National Mall memorials, museums and buildings Downtown Washington Zoo National Cathedral Embassy Row

Day 2: At Sea

Day 3: Juneau, Alaska

Juneau is the capital city of Alaska located on the Gastineau Channel of the Alaskan panhandle. It is best known as a destination for glacier viewing and is surrounded by intercoastal waterways, lush rainforests, and spectacular mountain scenery. Juneau has some of the most magnificent wildlife viewing in the world. Viewing highlights are whales, brown bear and eagles. A variety of wildlife tours can get you up close to black bear, Dall porpoise, sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, mountain goats and Sitka Black Tail Deer. Juneau is home to magnificent Mendenhall Glacier located just 13 miles from downtown. Juneau is also the sending off point to Glacier Bay National Park and Tracy Arm Fjord. Things to See & Do Mendenhall Glacier Glacier Bay National Park Fishing, whale watching and wildlife viewing Tracy Arm Admiralty Island National Monument

Day 4: Scenic Cruising Endicott Arm/Dawes Glacier

Endicott Arm is part of the Tracy Arm area, located near Juneau in Alaska. It is situated about 72 km south of Juneau and 110 km north of Petersburg, Alaska. The Tracy Arm area covers (2,643.32 km2) and consists of two deep and narrow fjords: Tracy Arm and Endicott Arm. Both fjords are over 30 miles (48 km) long and one-fifth of their area is covered in ice. The twin Sawyer Glaciers, North Sawyer and South Sawyer, are located at the end of Tracy Arm. The wildlife in the area includes black and brown bears, deer, wolves, harbor seals, and a variety of birds, such as arctic terns and pigeon guillemots. The mountain goats, which are usually found in the higher elevation areas, have been seen near the base of Sawyer Glacier. Things to See & Do * Dawes Glacier Kayaking * Ford’s Terror Skiff Excursion * Glaciers * Seals * Wildlife watching

Day 5: Sitka, Alaska

Sitka, Alaska's historic Russian-American island city, is situated on the west side of Baranof Island. Mt. Edgecumbe, a dormant volcano that looks like Japan's Mr. Fujiyama, dominates the horizon and tiny islands dot the harbour. Once called “the Paris of the Pacific,” Sitka stands out among other ports as a city rich in culture. Built on the empire of Russian fur trade, Sitka is Alaska’s fifth-largest city and has grown to be the cultural and artistic center of the Southeast. The local economy is strongly centered on the timber, fishing and tourism industries. Famous for its sport fishing, Sitka’s two harbors are dotted with brightly colored boats that look out over the pine-covered islands of the Tongass National Forest. At Sitka National Historical Park (Totem Park), visitors can recapture Sitka's Native and Russian history and see a collection of totem poles, a fort site and the battleground of 1804. Also, it is home to the Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center where visitors can watch and talk to Native artisans. Things to See & Do Sitka National Historic Park Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center Sitka Pioneer Home St Michael’s Cathedral Whale Park (Late fall, early Spring).

Day 6: Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan is known as Alaska's Native Cultural Center. It is also known as the salmon capital of the world and a paradise for sport fishermen and naturalists alike. During the summer months, the town bustles with visitors from all over the world. Ketchikan is built along a steep hillside, with sections of the town built right over the water on pilings. The rustic boardwalk on Creek Street preserves a distinct historic feel, while the town hums with new construction to keep up with tourism. Native art and culture flourish here due to the large population of Native Alaskans, represented by three indigenous tribes: the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian. Ketchikan has the largest collection of totem poles in the world, and has been recognized as one of the top 100 arts communities in America. Visitors will find an outstanding variety of shops, galleries and boutiques throughout the town. Things to See & Do Salmon fishing Deer Park Eagle Preserve Creek Street Misty Fjords National Monument Deer Park Fish Hatchery

Day 7: Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Canada. It is a major tourist destination with attractions such as the First Nations totem poles, heritage architecture, restaurants and cafés, a bustling harbour, museums, gardens and art galleries. Victoria’s downtown area is decorated with English-style lamp posts and hanging flower baskets, and its shops and stores are mainly located in well preserved heritage buildings. Beacon Hill Park is popular with visitors as are the Butchart Gardens. Victoria's varied coastline includes waterfront walkways, water taxi terminals, marinas and sandy pebbled beaches. The Inner Harbour, the "Hub" of Victoria, is central to many activities including the BC Provincial Museum and the Pacific Undersea Gardens. Things to See & Do Beacon Hill Park Royal British Columbia Museum Market Square Pacific Undersea Gardens Butchart Gardens

Day 8: Seattle, Washington

Ship info

MS Westerdam
The MS Westerdam is renowned for its exceptional features, comfortable accommodations, and exciting array of destinations. Operated by Holland America Line, this vessel promises a splendid and memorable cruising experience. One of the standout features of the MS Westerdam is its commitment to passenger comfort and entertainment.

Terms & conditions

Prices are per person quad share, include discounts, and are subject to availability and rate of exchange changes. Offers above are a guide only and will vary depending on departure date, our guide price is based on the cheapest departure within the stipulated season and availability is correct at time of loading. Visas may be necessary and insurance is essential. Pentravel and Tour Operator terms and conditions apply, and may be found on our website. Offer can be removed at any time. Excludes flights and gratuities (payable upon embarkation). Valid till 31 October 2023. These packages are based on CASH price. E&OE.

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per person sharing
7 nights
12 May 24 to 19 May 24
Book by
01 December 23
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