Alaska Glacier Cruise
Glacier cruises have become one of the most popular ways to visit pristine
Alaska. Cruises are wonderful ways to see some of
Alaska's spectacular glaciers, snow capped mountains, marine wildlife, and
Alaska has many types of glaciers
viewable from cruises. Their
are mountain glaciers, tide water glaciers, surging glaciers, and ice fields.
found at the heads of fjords and inlets and flow
to the seacoast. Mountain Glaciers are develop in
high mountain regions and often flowing out of ice
fields. Surging Glaciers advance rapidly at regular intervals
and Ice fields consist of flat land areas
covered by ice, usually formed by long periods of snow.
Fjords National Park Glacier cruise is a popular way to see the
pristine park and its inhabitants. It is considered
to be Alaska's #1 wildlife and glacier cruise tour. During this cruise you
have the opportunity to view whales, sea lions and sea birds. What a
wonderful place to see Alaska Glacier Cruises untouched beauty.The
Kenai Fjords National Park cruise runs approximately 9 hours. They offer a lunch
cruise or dinner cruise.
$150 for adult plus tax $93 for child plus tax..
Phillips 26 Glacier Cruise
is an incredible
day of wildlife viewing and glacier cruises
that travel into Prince William Sound. Here
you can see the towering
masses of ice and hear the glacier move, as well as see the brilliant blue
color of the
Alaska cruise is approximately 4.5 hours long.
26 Glacier Cruise
$129.00 for an
children with a 9.50 tax/fees.
Glacier Cruise offers a one hour cruise across iceberg-dotted Portage Lake
and narrated by a cruise representative on board the M/V Ptarmigan. Portage
is just 54 mile drive south of Anchorage.
This trip is great for the individual that has a day before or after their
adventure in Alaska.
This Alaska cruise is
approximately 1 hour long.
29.00 for an adult $14.50
Glacier Cruise plus Tour is $68.00
- $34.00 child
This Alaska cruise and tour is
approximately 7 hours.
Alaska Glacier Cruise
Prices for an Alaska glacier cruise
can vary depending on time of year and either adult or child. You should bring
your camera and
binoculars. Dress in layers for the different weather changes.
It would be a good idea to wear shoes with a rubber sole. You may also want sunglasses and
This Alaska Glacier cruise specialist