Alaskan Dream Cruises has announced an exciting expansion of its 2025 season with the introduction of two novel itineraries. These additions, named “Alaska’s Ultimate Adventure” and “Wild Alaska Odyssey,” aim to provide guests with unparalleled explorations of Alaska’s pristine wilderness, with a special focus on the scenic town of Sitka.

“Alaska’s Ultimate Adventure” is designed to offer an eight-day journey between Sitka and Juneau, delving into the untouched reaches of Chatham Strait, Frederick Sound, Lynn Canal, among other captivating locations within the Inside Passage. This itinerary stands out by offering a wealth of outdoor activities, including extensive hiking opportunities in the Tongass National Forest and numerous kayaking tours, allowing travelers to immerse themselves fully in Alaska’s natural beauty. Additionally, guests will have the chance to witness the diverse wildlife of the region and visit the community of Wrangell halfway through their journey. With departure dates set for May 17, August 2, and September 13, and starting fares at $4,995, this expedition promises an adventure of a lifetime.

The “Wild Alaska Odyssey” itinerary places a unique emphasis on the quaint town of Wrangell, providing guests more time to explore this intimate community. The rest of the expedition explores Glacier Bay National Park, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, and other secluded locales, offering activities like hiking, kayaking, and small boat excursions to spots rarely seen by visitors. Departures for this odyssey are scheduled for June 8, June 15, August 17, and August 24, with cruise fares beginning at $5,195.

In addition to these new itineraries, Alaskan Dream Cruises is reintroducing the “Ice of the Inside Passage” itinerary, first launched in 2024, along with four other fan favorites for the summer season of 2025, which runs from May through September. This expansion underscores Alaskan Dream Cruises’ commitment to offering diverse and enriching experiences, allowing travelers to connect with Alaska’s wilderness and culture in profound and memorable ways.

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