Triple Denali with Holland America Line by If Only

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Holland America Line

One of Holland America Line’s signature ships, guests on Nieuw Amsterdam are promised a refined cruise experience in stylish surroundings. The ship features a range of fantastic amenities, as well as well-appointment staterooms and a choice of outstanding eateries, ensuring she is the perfect base for an exciting cruise along Alaska’s coast.

Discover North America’s ‘Last Frontier’, the untamed wilderness of Alaska, on this fantastic cruisetour with Holland America Line. Road and rail take you from the city to the countryside in your first few days, with three nights in Denali National Park an exciting introduction to the region’s landscape and wildlife, and then it’s time to cruise, marvelling at unforgettable views from the comfort of your ship. Charming Alaskan towns are an interesting interlude to time in the wild, adding another dimension to a remarkable journey full of scenic splendour in the heart of Alaska.


12 night stay from

£5,549 per person

Price includes:

  • Return flights 
  • 12-day cruisetour
  • Verandah Stateroom cruise accommodation - Have It All full board 

By land

Starting in Fairbanks, you'll travel by road to Denali National Park before continuing by train to Anchorage and Whittier. Boarding your ship, it's time to cruise to the impressive Hubbard Glacier and beautiful Glacier Bay. Skagway and Juneau make for interesting urban stops, although outdoor activities are never far away in the landscape surrounding them, and Ketchikan, the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, is a charming town to spend some time in before embarking on one the most iconic cruise routes in the world, the Inside Passage. Unforgettable views and exciting wildlife encounters are on the agenda before arriving in the vibrant city of Vancouver.

By sea

  • 2 swimming pools and Jacuzzis
  • 7 restaurants
  • Fitness Centre
  • Sports courts
  • Casino
  • Onboard shops
  • Theatre
  • Kids club

Your Itinerary

Day 1 - 4

Arrive in Alaska’s second-largest city, Fairbanks, the gateway to the Alaskan Arctic. Learn about the city’s gold rush heritage and explore its historical sites before travelling to one of Alaska’s great wilderness wonders, Denali National Park. Home to North America’s tallest peak and with over six million acres of diverse landscape within its boundary, you'll spend three nights immersing yourself in the breathtaking scenery, staying in a comfortable 60-acre riverside resort. Your stay includes a whole host of optional bucket-list-ticking activities, including river rafting, heli-tours and flightseeing, as well as an included Tundra Wilderness tour, during which you can search for Alaska’s big five – grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall sheep and wolves.

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Day 5

Take the train to Anchorage, enjoying spectacular scenery as you travel. Nestled between mountains and sea, this is Alaska’s largest city and the last urban stop before entering the ‘Last Frontier’.

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Day 6

Continue by train to the tiny town of Whittier. A picturesque location at the head of the stunning Prince William Sound surrounded by snow-capped mountains and glaciers sets the scene for exciting outdoor adventures, while its serene small-town feel is sure to charm you.

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Day 7

Your cruise begins today as you journey towards Hubbard Glacier. Spanning over 75 miles, this magnificent natural wonder is the longest tidewater glacier in North America and certainly one of the most impressive. Its monumental face dwarfs the boats that approach it, who hope to be treated to an amazing spectacle as ice calves off into the waters below.

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Day 8

With snow-capped mountains, lush forest along its shores and glaciers aplenty, Glacier Bay offers some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Head to the deck and admire the breathtaking landscape, keeping your eyes open for some of the amazing wildlife that calls this area home.

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Day 9

Discover Skagway’s Gold Rush-era past and immerse yourself in its Frontierland feel. Much of the town has been preserved as part of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park with saloons and trading posts still lining the streets. There’s also spectacular scenery surrounding the town and a trip on the scenic railroad train to the summit of White Pass is the best way to see it.

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Day 10

Cruise to Juneau, the most remote state capital in the USA, as it’s only accessible by air or water! Choose from many outdoor activities nearby, perhaps searching for whales in Auke Bay or catching a floatplane to try and spot bears in one of the nearby wildlife reserves.

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Day 11

Welcome to the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’ – the charming coastal town of Ketchikan is well known for the abundance of salmon in its surrounding waters and its important role in the salmon industry. A rich Native American heritage adds interest and, as with everywhere in Alaska, outdoor adventures are always on the agenda as well.

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Day 12

Enjoy mesmerising scenery and fantastic wildlife encounters as you cruise on the network of waterways that wind through the glacier-cut fjords of the Inside Passage. Arguably one of the greatest cruise routes in the world, the views here are truly unforgettable. Scan the horizon for some of Alaska’s most iconic wildlife, with humpback whales and orcas swimming serenely in the waters, brown bears plodding along the banks and bald eagles soaring overhead.

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Day 13

Your cruise ends in British Columbia’s best-known city, Vancouver. An alluring blend of city culture and outdoor attractions, this city has something to love for every visitor. Join a sightseeing tour with an included airport transfer to see its highlights before your flight home.

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