**INTERIOR CABINS ARE SOLD OUT** PLEASE CALL LITTLE ROCK TOURS FOR INTERIOR AVAILABILITY*** (BALCONY CABINS FOR ADDITIONAL COST AVAILABLE).Coach and Cruise to wondrous Alaska! Alaska is a natural wonder through and through, but the coastal panhandle region the Carnival Legend sails to is perhaps the most stunning. On an Alaska cruise you’ll find not only quaint towns and scenic harbor vistas, but the best of nature — including fjords, wildlife and mountains galore. We’ll sail out of Seattle, Washington, overnighting in exciting places along the way, making a spectacular loop, as we get there through South Dakota and Montana, and return through Idaho, Utah and Colorado, seeing America’s stunning scenery along the way. There are several “bonus stops” on our way to our cruise port, including Mount Rushmore and the Badlands National Park. And as always—a few surprises that will leave you smiling!
Stupendous ice-capped mountains welcome travelers as we cruise through the Tracy Arm Fjord. Icy sculptures and sparkling waterfalls surround you, as the crisp air clears your mind and frees your soul. Walk in the footsteps of pioneers and profiteers on our first port of call--Skagway. Gold seekers stampeded to the Klondike more than 100 years ago and built Skagway, Alaska, as their lawless outpost of brothels, saloons, and gambling dens. Today, the town is a time capsule from the past, with carefully preserved buildings and streets brimming with history. Live the final chapter of America’s Wild West era on a Skagway cruise. Here you can stroll the boardwalks among historic buildings from the Klondike Gold Rush, board quaint, antique passenger cars for a breathtaking mountain train ride, or follow the trail of the sourdoughs who risked their lives climbing Chilkoot Pass. Then, we cruise on to Juneau, Alaska. The capital of the Land of the Midnight Sun, Juneau offers a wide selection of delicious dining and Native art shopping. But cruises to Juneau also show you the most beautiful setting of any capital city in America, with options for once-in-a-lifetime shore excursions that include walking on glaciers, whale watching, and hikes through the country's last old growth forests. Here we may see Alaska’s history displayed at the state’s leading museums, touch glacier ice that’s thousands of years old, or stroll beneath the mystic green canopy of a Pacific Coast rainforest. Our next sail takes us to Ketchikan. For more than 100 years, Ketchikan, Alaska, has been the gateway to the North. Ketchikan cruises dock along the famed historic waterfront with the flourishing art scene and spectacular totem poles that have made this former frontier town a popular southern Alaskan port of call. Test your thrill in the great outdoors, zip-lining, glacier trekking, or even kayaking. Experience the sights, atmosphere, and excitement of the Last Frontier as soon as you cross the Alaska border to Ketchikan. Our final port is to Victoria, British Columbia--a call on the genteel provincial capital perched on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Packed with reminders of its rich British heritage, Victoria is fronted by water, filled with gardens, and backed by mountains. All the finest sights on Victoria cruises are clustered around the Inner Harbour, from a world-class museum, to scenic waterfront parks, and a deliciously decadent setting for afternoon tea. Here you can take afternoon tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel, or see what’s in bloom at Butchart Gardens, or wind your way around Inner Harbor past Victoria’s most iconic sights. Price includes roundtrip luxury motorcoach transportation from Little Rock to Seattle, Washington, 9 nights deluxe hotel lodging (5 nights traveling to Seattle, and 4 nights traveling home), a 7 day Alaskan Cruise aboard the Carnival Legend Ship, ALL on board ship meals and entertainment, ALL CRUISE FEES, ALL PORT CHARGES and ALL CRUISE AND HOTEL TAXES. NO HIDDEN FEES! Price also includes many bonus stops as we make our way to Seattle, including Mount Rushmore and The Badlands National Park. All applicable admissions for bonus stops also included in package price. Please note that advertised price is for an interior cabin on the ship. CABIN UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE FOR AN ADDITIONAL COST. CALL LITTLE ROCK TOURS FOR BALCONY PRICING.
$4,290.00 (Single person occupancy)
$2,950.00 (per person double occupancy)
$2,679.00 (per person triple occupancy)
$2,540.00 (per person quad occupancy)
Length: 17 days