Cruise to Alaska, North America's Last Great Wilderness Frontier

The most important thing to know about cruises that visit Alaska is that they are quite possibly the best way to view the most beautiful scenery in all of North America. Its mountains, glaciers, fjords and untouched wilderness evoke grandeur beyond your imagination. And there is more! There are quirky small towns and little villages where culture is interpreted through Alaska Native history, unique Alaska cuisine, the Klondike Gold Rush and a critically acclaimed beer crafting industry. It's also a place where you can be active in ways both familiar and unusual. There's kayaking, hiking and cycling -- and you can also try out dog sledding, bear trekking and glacier hiking. The only limits? Those that you impose on yourself.

7 Days & 7 Reasons to Cruise Alaska

On our "Voyage of the Glaciers" cruise, we take you with us aboard Star Princess. We hop on a helicopter to get drone-worthy glacier views, meet a lynx and gorge on Alaska king crab. And that's not all. More

What's the Best Way to See Alaska?

Alaska is a bucket list destination for many travelers. whether the trip's by land or by sea. Still, we wondered: If you do the math, is one way a better value than another? We crunch the numbers for you. More

A Day in Alaska's Glacier Bay

Alaska’s Glacier Bay is one of America’s last great wilderness areas with only the barest evidence of human habitation. From goats to glaciers, we give you a heads up on what you'll see. More

50 Years of Cruising in Alaska

Tracing Alaska’s great evolution over 50 years, it’s hard to believe that a half-century ago it was a vast wilderness attracting only the hardiest of rugged adventurers. It’s more comfortable today but it’s still Alaska. More