Canada Cruise Tours
Guided cruise tours through Canada offer relaxation, unbelievable natural beauty, and fun. Enjoy our cruise tours of New England and Canada up the scenic Atlantic coast, or tours through Canada and Alaska up the breathtaking Pacific coast. These vacations are the perfect way to take in the country’s most iconic sights!
Alaska Cruise & Canadian Rockies
Alaska Cruise Vacation Package Details
Experience the best of both worlds on this journey through the Canadian Rockies and along the dramatically beautiful Alaskan coast.
Surrounded by towering mountains, lushly forested Banff National Park is home to Canada’s “diamond in the wilderness,” Lake Louise. The turquoise, glacier fed waters are so vibrantly blue and clear that Lake Louise seems to be lit from within. Take an excursion on to the Athabasca Glacier at the bottom of the Columbia Icefield, an experience visitors cherish and won’t soon forget. Enjoy a tour and free time in charming Vancouver, Canada’s foodie paradise.
Cruise past spectacular glaciers in the Gulf of Alaska and Glacier Bay, and look out for whales and sea lions swimming in the labyrinth of bays and fjords of the Inside Passage. Walk amongst the world’s largest collection of totem poles in Ketchikan, nicknamed the “salmon capital of the world.” Travel back to the gold rush in Skagway, where bootlegging, brothels, and vices of all sorts once boomed. Journey through pristine, raw, unforgettably beautiful scenery on this spectacular Canadian Rockies and Alaska cruise tour.
New England & Canadian Maritimes Cruise and Tour
New England & Canada Cruise Details
Explore New England and Coastal Canada's most famous and fascinating sites during the colorful Autumn season. Stunning natural beauty, vibrant history, and some of the world's best seafood are all waiting for you on this glorious New England and Canada cruise.
First, experience the best of Boston. Fall in love with New England's largest city on a memorable tour. Boston is rich with history and famous for its tough yet sophisticated culture. From there, travel to the playground of America's wealthiest Golden Age families-Newport, Rhode Island. Visit a Newport Mansion, then see Cape Cod and Rutland, Vermont. Drive through the spectacular Green Mountains to Montreal and Quebec City. Both of these French speaking Canadian cities feel distinctly European.
Board your cruise ship and set off for the Maritime Provinces! Prince Edward Island is a mecca for fans of Anne of Green Gables, while Nova Scotia is teeming with pirate history. Continue down the coast to Maine. Eat a lobster roll in Portland, and we recommend visiting Acadia National Park during your time in Bar Harbor. Your final stop is Boston, where you will disembark and head for home.