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John Hall’s Alaska has its 2024 itineraries on the books and Celebrity Cruises is part of the fun.

Next year, the tour operator is offering 10 all-inclusive, multi-day, escorted packages you’ll want to take note of.

These include:

  • The 10-day Grand Slam Alaska itinerary, which takes visitors through the southcentral and interior part of the state with visits to Anchorage, Valdez, Fairbanks, Denali National Park & Preserve and Palmer.
  • The 11-day Untamed Alaska tour blends the exploration of charming small towns with bucket-list activities and attractions, allowing your clients to pick their own adventure days in Cordova and Denali National Park.
  • Returning for its second year, the Alaska Bears & Bering Sea itinerary takes guests on an 11-day trip with stops in Nome, Denali National Park & Preserve, Knik River and Kodiak Island. This trip also includes dog sledding, historical enrichment opportunities, flightseeing and the Alaska Railroad.
  • The 14-day National Parks of Alaska is the only itinerary in the state’s travel market that offers first-hand experiences to six of its national parks through a group land tour. Making stops in Alaska Native communities and the historic Kennecott Mine while keeping an eye out for wildlife and glaciers.
  • The 14-day 1898 Alaska the Yukon Gold Rush itinerary allows travelers to explore both the land and sea by motorcoach and privately chartered day vessels. Stretching from Southcentral Alaska to Canada’s Yukon Territory and Southeast Alaska’s Inside Passage, by the end, guests are well-rounded on the history of the Gold Rush era, the Iditarod, Denali and the Klondike Highway.
  • The 18-day Fall Colors of Alaska and the Canadian Rockies follows the colors of fall through Alaska, the Yukon and into the Canadian Rockies. Guests will travel along the entire Alaska Highway, taking in the scenery and spotting wildlife, as they make their way to the Pacific Northwest and conclude the trip in Seattle, Washington.
  • The 11-day Iditarod and Aurora Adventure starts with meeting the mushers of the Iditarod and watching the start of the 1,000-mile race to Nome. To round out the experience, guests take a flight to an Iditarod checkpoint followed by hunting for the northern lights and ice sculpture viewing in Fairbanks.
  • During the 8-day Alaska’s Winter Wonders itinerary, there’s the opportunity to see the northern lights and the chance for guests to test their curling and dog sledding skills. There’s also a flightseeing tour of Denali.
  • The 7-day Platinum Inside Passage Experience brings visitors to Southeast Alaska for an immersive visit to the islands, glaciers and historical ports via privately chartered day vessel. With an onboard guide, there is an abundance of wildlife through the Lynn Canal and Glacier Bay paired with cultural experiences in Haines. Guests enjoy overnight accommodations in Sitka, Juneau and Haines.
  • Guests on the 9-day Admiralty Dream Exploration witness Alaska Native cultural opportunities and its watchable wildlife, from visiting iconic ports of call like Juneau, Tracy Arm Fjords, Wrangell, Haines, Sitka and Glacier Bay National Park. Guests on this itinerary travel exclusively aboard the 49-passenger Admiralty Dream cruise ship.

John Hall’s Alaska Partners with Celebrity Cruises

Additionally, John Hall’s Alaska has renewed its partnership with Celebrity Cruises with the Celebrity Cruises Inside Passage Cruise departing on the Celebrity Summit from Seward and making its way through the southeastern part of the state. With stops in Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Icy Strait Point, Skagway, Ketchikan and ending in Vancouver, the itinerary highlights local businesses and connects with the local communities.

“We are excited to partner with Celebrity Cruises to share the beauty of Southeast Alaska with our guests,” said John Hall’s Alaska president and CEO John Hall Sr in a press release statement. “It’s partnerships like these that allow us to continue elevating our guest experience with luxurious and enriching adventures while maintaining our commitment to local businesses and cultural tourism in Alaska.”

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