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Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Tours | Experience more True Alaska

Alaskan Dream Cruises is delighted to offer pre- and post-cruise land tours in Alaska’s grand Interior and Southcentral regions through a partnership with John Hall’s Alaska.

On these all-inclusive adventures you’ll travel by deluxe motor coach and the Alaska Railroad in a small group of just 27 to 42 passengers while exploring the region’s dramatic geography and famous landmarks, including Denali National Park. Along the way you’ll stay in award-winning properties, enjoy excellent cuisine, and experience a wide-array of premier excursions. A John Hall’s Alaska Land Tour manager accompanies guests on every adventure providing educational enrichment, a local’s point-of-view, and assistance in searching for Alaska’s big five – moose, caribou, bears, Dall sheep, and wolves.

As a locally-owned company, we are thrilled to join hands with John Hall’s Alaska – a dynamic and proven tour operator – to showcase the diversity and beauty of Alaska. Guests who travel with us will experience two family-run companies with insider knowledge of the state, whose highest priorities are to immerse each guest in a singular level of personalized hospitality.

Note: Both land programs pair well with most Alaskan Dream Cruises sailing dates. Please inquire with an Alaskan Dream Cruises reservations agents for details.

Awesome Nature

“I loved the congeniality of the crew and how they shared their stories of life in Alaska. Awesome nature combined with great narration and explanations – I was amazed by the exciting attitude of the crew.”

Our reservations team is currently experiencing substantial call and email volumes in addition to limited staffing. Response times are currently averaging around one week’s time. We appreciate your continued patience and look forward to speaking with you soon.

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