Phillips Cruises and Tours, LLC provides Prince William Sound glacier cruises to Alaska residents and visitors from around the world. Our award winning glacier cruises depart from Whittier, Alaska – the Gateway to Prince William Sound. Our “No Seasickness Guarantee”, first-class catamarans, complimentary hot meal and customized narration are just a few of the many reasons why Phillips Cruises and Tours is recognized for operating the best glacier cruise experience in Alaska. Every journey of discovery to Prince William Sound is unforgettable. We offer rail and coach transportation options to Whittier and other tour activities in Alaska. We look forward to being a favorite highlight of your Alaska vacation.
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with a Gray Line Alaska Vacation. Featuring Denali rail tours, multi-day packages and sightseeing tours, Gray Line Alaska has proudly offered the best in Alaska Vacations for over 70 years. Offering a wide array of options from 9-Day Alaska Package Tours with transportation, lodging and activities included to sightseeing day trips from 2 to 10 hours. We handle the details of your itinerary so you can focus on exploring the Great Land.
Visit the sheer, awesome face of a mighty Alaska glacier located just an hour from Anchorage. Gray Line of Alaska’s Portage Glacier Cruise is an exhilarating, fully narrated tour aboard the mv Ptarmigan on Portage Lake. You’ll stand just 300 yards from a relic of the Ice Age, watching as it ‘calves’ large pieces of ice into the waters below.
Explore the fjords and passageways of Prince William Sound. Travel the calm waters of the Sound to Columbia Glacier and/or Mears Glacier. Two daily departures range from 6.5 to 9 hours, Call 866-867-1297 or visit www.stanstephenscruises.com
From the vast, glaciated landscapes of the northern Arctic Alaska region to the pristine wooded backcountry in Denali National Park and the scenic port towns along the Inside Passage, Alaska Denali Travel has the perfect vacation ideas for you to discover the wondrous ‘Last Frontier’.