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The Great Northwest and Alaskan Cruise Sept. 2015
The Great Northwest and Alaskan Cruise Sept. 2015

09/01/2015 - 09/16/2015

It’s the Great Northwest Tour & Cruise!

(Dates to be determined)

We’ll fly to Seattle, take the train to Vancouver and enjoy a 8-day, 7-night Alaskan Cruise!

September 5 Fly Omaha to Seattle

September 6 Tour Seattle via Hop on, Hop off Bus

September 7 Travel by train to Vancouver, BC

September 8 Tour Vancouver via Hop on, Hop off Bus

September 9-16 8-day Alaskan Cruise (Inside Passage with Glacier Bay)

September 16 Fly home from Vancouver

Included in the trip:

  • Round trip air from Omaha to Seattle and Vancouver to Omaha.
  • Hop on, Hop off bus pass for Seattle
  • Hop on, Hop off bus pass for Vancouver
  • Train ticket from Seattle to Vancouver
  • 2 nights stay at coastal hotel in Seattle
  • 3 nights stay at coastal hotel in Vancouver
  • 8-Day inside passage Alaskan Cruise
  • All airport transfers (The trip begins and ends in Omaha)

Option #1 Inside Cabin $TBD per person double
Option #2 Oceanview Cabin $TBD per person double
Option #3 Balcony Cabin $TBD per person double

To book this trip, call 605-857-0753 or email scrawford@wnax.com !

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