Un-Cruise Adventures Offers Savings on Alaska Cruise and Land Tour Adventures

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Save $400/couple on adventure cruises and $250/couple on Denali & Knik River tour

Un-Cruise Adventures unwraps new travel credit savings in 2016 for small ship adventure cruises and land tours in Alaska. Travelers can save $400 per couple on select weeklong cruises and $250 per couple on a connecting Denali and Knik River tour. Travel must be booked by March 1, 2016.

The $400 travel credit applies to weeklong Alaska cruises aboard the 74-guest Wilderness Explorer and 84-guest Safari Endeavour on departures from April 16 through September 18, 2016. Available itineraries include Exploring Muir’s Wilderness, Eastern Coves, Western Coves and Northern Passages & Glacier Bay. Homeports include Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan, Alaska.

Travelers extending their adventures in Alaska can save $250 per couple on the line’s new escorted Denali National Park and Knik River Adventure tour. The offer is good on any departure date. If connected with an Alaska cruise eligible for the $400 travel credit, travelers can combine the two offers to save $650. A six-, seven-, or eight-night land tour features wilderness lodge stays in Denali and Knik River Valley and travels from Fairbanks to Anchorage, Alaska with hotel stays in each city.

ÔÇ£Whether it’s your first time or third time to Alaska, it’s an unforgettable adventure,ÔÇØ said Captain Dan Blanchard, CEO. ÔÇ£We take great joy in sharing Alaska’s spectacular scenery and wildlife with our guests, and no two trips are the same.ÔÇØ

Every Alaska cruise includes adventure activities in remote wilderness-hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, skiff excursions and whale watching. With few or no port calls and flexible itineraries, travelers spend the week exploring remote wilderness and searching for wildlife. Knowledgeable expedition guides lead tours and provide interpretation along the way.

Rates for weeklong Alaska cruises begin at $2,295 per person (before savings) based on double occupancy and include fresh, innovative meals; adventure activities; transfers day of cruise; hot tub; fitness equipment and DVD library. Other amenities vary by vessel and may include premium wine, beer and liquor; a massage and wine bar.

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