About this Tour

You’ll be immersed in the serenity of the Alaskan/Yukon rugged landscape and stunning scenery. Discover glaciers, wildlife, and endless shoreline on the Inside Passage Cruise. Experience more on board Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea on a seven-night cruise to Vancouver with port stops in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Start or end the tour (depending on your choice) with a 12-night coach tour through northern B.C. and the Yukon Territory, stopping in the frontier town of Dawson City. Enjoy a traditional salmon bake, pan for gold, and visit the Watson Lake Signpost Forest. A unique experience!

Activity Level

These are busy tours that feature a lot of moving around. Walking tours of cities are leisurely but you should be prepared to be on your feet for several hours. May include walking on uneven surfaces and steps, including boarding the coach.

What's Included

  • 12 Nights Accommodation
  • 7 Nights Onboard RCCL’s ‘Radiance of the Sea’
  • Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
  • Multi-night Stays in Whitehorse, Dawson City, Fairbanks & Anchorage
  • 11 Meals Included: 7 breakfasts, 2 picnics, 1 lunch & 1 dinner
  • All Meals Onboard the Cruise
  • City Tours of Dawson City, Fairbanks & Anchorage
  • Welcome Reception
  • Fort Nelson Heritage Museum & Visitor Centre
  • Signpost Forest
  • Miles Canyon
  • S.S. Klondike
  • White Pass & Yukon Railroad Route
  • Diamond Tooth Gerties
  • Midnight Dome
  • Delta Junction Alaska Highway Certificates
  • Santa’s North Pole
  • Riverboat Discovery Lunch & Sailing
  • Alaska Salmon Bake Dinner
  • Golden Heart Revue

Dates & Pricing

June 11, 2023 – June 30, 2023 Space Available

Weather Varies

We wish we could control the weather, but on the day this tour begins you can expect temperatures (°C) within this range:

Whitehorse

Highs19
Lows6

Anchorage

Highs15
Lows10

Dawson City

Highs23
Lows8

Reviews of this tour

"more than we expected" We loved the tour; the experience was both enlightening & enriching. We came to the midnight sun - June 21 - "We came, we went, we saw!" Lin & Murray Rigg - Saskatoon, SK

Itinerary

You’ll be immersed in the serenity of the Alaskan/Yukon rugged landscape and stunning scenery. Discover glaciers, wildlife, and endless shoreline on the Inside Passage Cruise. Experience more on board Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea on a seven-night cruise to Vancouver with port stops in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Start or end the tour (depending on your choice) with a 12-night coach tour through northern B.C. and the Yukon Territory, stopping in the frontier town of Dawson City. Enjoy a traditional salmon bake, pan for gold, and visit the Watson Lake Signpost Forest. A unique experience!

Day 1 – Home City to Edmonton, AB

Travel across the prairies to Edmonton for your first night.

Day 2 – Edmonton to Fort St. John, BC

Dawson Creek is where ‘Mile 0’ of the Alaskan Highway begins and this is one of your stops today.

Day 3 – Fort St. John to Fort Nelson

As you leave Fort St. John, you really feel you have started your great northern adventure! You will make a stop at the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum & Visitor Centre.

Day 4 – Fort Nelson to Watson Lake, YK

Get used to the beautiful scenery, you will be seeing a lot more of it over the next few days. Your day finishes with a stop at the Signpost Forest. You are most welcome to bring along your own sign, your tour director will have everything you need to put it up!

Day 5 – Watson Lake to Whitehorse

On your way into Whitehorse, you will be treated to the beautiful scenery of Miles Canyon.

Day 6 – Whitehorse to Skagway, AK and Return

You will see yet another side of the amazing Alaska Gold Rush history from a sea perspective. This small town was the gateway for the gold seekers, many of whom never returned, and you get there via the beautiful and historic White Pass and Yukon Railroad.

Day 7 – Whitehorse to Dawson City

Dawson City is a true Gold Rush Town still boasting gravel roads and wooden sidewalks and history galore. Tonight, you will visit Diamond Tooth Gerties.

Day 8 – Dawson City

This morning, explore the Dawson City Museum, the perfect place to begin your exploration of Dawson City. Later you will experience an amazing historic tour of Dawson City area to help you see the way it was here 100 years ago. A visit to the Midnight Dome is planned for tonight.

Day 9 – Dawson City to Fairbanks, AK

After a special stop to visit the North Pole and Santa Claus House, your day will finish in Fairbanks for a two-night stay.

Day 10 – Fairbanks

An exciting day starts with a City Tour of Fairbanks. In the afternoon, board The Riverboat Discovery. Your lunch will be included today and to top it off, a fantastic Salmon Bake Dinner. After dinner, enjoy the Golden Heart Revue show.

Day 11 – Fairbanks to Anchorage

See incredible Mt McKinley on your way past Denali National Park. The next two nights will be spent in Anchorage for more fun and adventure.

Day 12 – Anchorage

The day will start with a City Tour and an interesting stop at the Alaska Wildberry Factory to see the World’s Largest... well maybe it should be kept a surprise ‘till you get there!

Day 13 – Embarkation Day

This afternoon you transfer to Seward to board the Royal Caribbean’s ‘Radiance of the Seas', your home for the next 7 nights.

Day 14 – Cruising Hubbard Glacier

While most glaciers tend to thin and retreat, Hubbard Glacier continues to thicken and actively advance toward the Gulf of Alaska. Sailing into Disenchantment Bay near the glacier’s 400-foot-tall face, you will get panoramic views of its gigantic expanse, Hubbard is a monstrous 76 miles long and 1,200 feet deep.

Day 15 – Juneau

You cannot get to Juneau easily without a sprint by air or by sea. But once you arrive, you will find majestic views and rich culture on every corner. With its snowcapped mountains, misty rainforests, massive glaciers and bounty of wildlife, Alaska’s remote state capital is the perfect place to dive into nature.

Day 16 – Skagway

The tiny town of Skagway still looks like it did during the Klondike Gold Rush over 100 years ago - and today it remains an outpost for thrilling Alaskan adventure.

Day 17 – Icy Strait Point

Icy Strait Point is one tiny port that is big on Alaskan wilderness and Native culture. Opened a decade ago by the Huna Tlingit Native Alaskans, it is easily one of the best spots in the region for fishing and whale watching.

Day 18 – Ketchikan

Ketchikan sits at the southern end of Alaska’s Inside Passage - a gateway to the wild landscapes and seascapes of Misty Fjords National Monument. The canned salmon capital of the world, it is a hub for fishing and outdoor sports. It is also home to three tribes of Northwest Coast Indians, making it a wonderful place to get a taste for the local culture.

Day 19 – Inside Passage Cruising

Your ship offers the perfect platform for viewing British Columbia’s Inside Passage. This archipelago spans 25,000 miles from Seattle to Prince Rupert near the Alaskan border.

Day 20 – Vancouver to Home City

Disembark and transfer to the airport.

What you will experience on this tour

You’ll be immersed in the serenity of the Alaskan/Yukon rugged landscape and stunning scenery. Discover glaciers, wildlife, and endless shoreline on the Inside Passage Cruise. Experience more on board Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea on a seven-night cruise to Vancouver with port stops in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Start or end the tour (depending on your choice) with a 12-night coach tour through northern B.C. and the Yukon Territory, stopping in the frontier town of Dawson City. Enjoy a traditional salmon bake, pan for gold, and visit the Watson Lake Signpost Forest. A unique experience!

7 nights aboard Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas

Time to relax and enjoy a different way of traveling

White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad

Also known as “The Scenic Railway of the World”. Take a journey to see the splendid panorama of mountains, glaciers and gorges; waterfalls, tunnels and trestles. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views and historic commentary.

Riverboat Discovery including Lunch

Sit back and be taken into the heart of Alaska and learn about a family who has made the rivers of Alaska their way of life for five generations.

Salmon Bake Dinner

Take in an authentic Alaskan dining experience in a truly unique environment.

Watson Lake Signpost Forest

Travelers from around the world have been bringing signs from their hometowns to the Sign Post Forest since 1942. Don’t forget yours!

Gold Panning

Try your luck in panning for gold

Diamond Tooth Gerties

Canada’s First Casino. Since 1971 Diamond Tooth Gerties has been wowing visitors with it’s unique Klondike period style, can-can entertainment and friendly charm.

The Midnight Dome

This incredible vantage point has panoramic views of the region. Marvel in the beauty of the Yukon River and Klondike Valleys.

Fort Nelson Museum

 With a “transportation” theme, the collections now consist of more than just antique cars and trucks.

City Tours

Explore the cities of Dawson City, Fairbanks and Anchorage with local guides.

Farewell Dinner

Join your tour director, Driver and new friends in a delicous farewell dinner.

WestWorld Picnics

Who doesn’t love a picnic?

Dates & Pricing

You’ll be immersed in the serenity of the Alaskan/Yukon rugged landscape and stunning scenery. Discover glaciers, wildlife, and endless shoreline on the Inside Passage Cruise. Experience more on board Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea on a seven-night cruise to Vancouver with port stops in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Start or end the tour (depending on your choice) with a 12-night coach tour through northern B.C. and the Yukon Territory, stopping in the frontier town of Dawson City. Enjoy a traditional salmon bake, pan for gold, and visit the Watson Lake Signpost Forest. A unique experience!

June 11, 2023 – June 30, 2023 Space Available


Canadian Dollars

  DOUBLE TRIPLE SINGLE
Balcony (4H) $7,800.23 Call us! $11,612.29
Outside (4P) $7,289.23 Call us! $10,212.15
Inside (4V) $6,778.23 Call us! $9,312.79

All prices are per person and include all taxes, fees and port charges. Not included in price:

  • Airfare
  • Fuel surcharges are subject to change

Pick up locations:

Regina, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, North Battleford, Lloydminister & Edmonton. Other pick up locations may be available upon request.

Departure details:

Your flight can depart Vancouver anytime after 1 pm.


U.S. Dollars

Please call us for pricing!

Reviews

"more than we expected" We loved the tour; the experience was both enlightening & enriching. We came to the midnight sun - June 21 - "We came, we went, we saw!" Lin & Murray Rigg - Saskatoon, SK

Scenic, historic, and rugged. That’s how Gail Haight described her three-week excursion in Alaska and the Yukon. Gail and her husband, Gary, along with 12 friends from the small, resort village of Candle Lake journeyed on the WestWorld Tours Alaska & the Yukon Cruise Tour in July 2015.

One of their first stops in the Yukon was at Carcross, where they embarked on a 67.5 mile expedition by train on the White Pass and Yukon Route. They saw breathtaking views of mountains, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels and trestles. At Whitehorse, they attended the humourous Frantic Follies Vaudeville Revue which focused on the works of Robert Service, a British-Canadian poet and writer who is best known for his vivid descriptions of the Yukon and its people.

It really was a unique experience to walk on the wooden boardwalks in the gold rush town of Dawson City, Yukon,” Gail explained. “Seeing the old buildings brings you back to the days when prospectors came to the Yukon to strike it rich,” she added. "Visiting the sight of the first big strike, Dredge No. 4, panning for gold and being on the Dome at midnight on the longest day were wonderful opportunities to experience a bit of the gold rush."

The Haights continued on to Alaska across the Top of the World Highway, amazed by the beautiful vistas and wildflowers. They enjoyed a voyage on the Riverboat Discovery at Fairbanks, Alaska. There were several stops along the river bank which included: a tour of the Chena Indian Village; a bush pilot demonstration; and, a visit to the home and kennels of the late Susan Butcher, the four-time champion of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. The riverboat adventure concluded with a delicious salmon bake dinner.

The pace slowed a little as they boarded the ship, the Celebrity’s Millennium, cruising to Hubbard’s Glacier, Icy Straight Point, and the Inside Passage. There was time for walking tours when they docked in the ports of Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.

We had a wonderful time,” said Gail. “WestWorld Tours did a great job of planning the trip. Our guide, Koral Carpentier, was knowledgeable, personable, spontaneous and fun. We will definitely go on another trip with WestWorld Tours.”

Visit Alaska and the Yukon by coach with a day cruise or coach with a seven night cruise with WestWorld Tours.

 

Gary and Gail Haight overlooking the banks of the Yukon River.

During the Cruise, the Haights saw Mendenhall Clacier

about 15km out of Junau, Alaska

 

Stepping Back in Time

Fred was a natural in the position. He seemed to enjoy his job and tried to keep everyone happy and give them the best of his ability and character. He was 100% and liked everything about the cruise. Ray Clyde - Dauphin, MB - 2016

Our first trip with WestWorld and they were all excellent! Ken Bennett - Melfort, SK - 2016

All the ports of call were great. We had many many highlights from White Pass Railway to our group of people and would absolutely recommend this tour to my friends. Roland Viklund - Saskatoon, SK - 2016

WestWorld provides a well rounded Yukon/Alaska experience. Every day felt like a new adventure! Lloyd & Donna Bruner, Leask, SK

Loved the cruise, Fairbanks and Dawson. (The highlight of the tour was) the scenery, musical shows, and Riverboat. Dianne Richardson - Simpson, SK - 2017

We loved the slow pace so we could thoroughly enjoy the experience. (The highlight of the tour) Definitely the glacier. Dawne Keith - Holden, AB - 2017

Since this was our first tour with WestWorld Tours we found it very satisfying and it met all of our expectations. Did we give you value? Yes - the coach / cruise tour fulfilled our dreams of this trip. Harvey & Cecelia Hartness - Regina

Great Trip, hope to do another one like it. Sylvia Maher - Vancouver, BC

Received value and unexpectedly MORE, from the team and the company. (our tour director) Presented a wealth of knowledge of tour/cruise related information, planned and executed numerous activities in a most professional manner - outstanding. Jeanette & Morley Schwindt - Winnipeg, MB

Our Tour Director - Hard working, enthusiastic, well organized and knowledgeable. Definitely (will recommend to friends). Tom & Elaine McDonald - Sudbury, ON

....we've had a wide variety of worry free experiences that we would have missed had we travelled on our own. Marilyn Mead - Ogema, SK

Enjoyed the whole trip. Great service; lots of fun. Got to know the "family" better. Adeline Gunville - Gatineau, QC

The tour director and driver worked well together and made this tour unforgettable. Yes (we did receive value for what we paid). Sharon Williams - Bay Bulls, NL

We took the Alaskan Cruise / coach tour. It was the only way to discover Alaska, the Yukon & Northern BC & learn the histoy and all the highlights by an exceptional tour guide. Pat Foley - Maidstone, SK

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You’ll be immersed in the serenity of the Alaskan/Yukon rugged landscape and stunning scenery. Discover glaciers, wildlife, and endless shoreline on the Inside Passage Cruise. Experience more on board Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea on a seven-night cruise to Vancouver with port stops in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. Start or end the tour (depending on your choice) with a 12-night coach tour through northern B.C. and the Yukon Territory, stopping in the frontier town of Dawson City. Enjoy a traditional salmon bake, pan for gold, and visit the Watson Lake Signpost Forest. A unique experience!

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