Great Escape to Alaska

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WJBC and Direct Travel has another incredible Great Escape for you! This time we’re giving you an incredible deal to get to visit the last frontier! Head to Alaska for a cruise along the Inside Passage on the Royal Princess, and a train trip into the heart of Alaska’s wilderness!

Image Credit: Andrew Wegrzynski
Photo Credit: Andrew Wegrzynski

This trip runs from June 10-22, 2019 is priced between $4,299.00-$5,899.00 (per person rates based on double occupancy and room package).

This trip features amazing experiences and includes:

  • Fairbanks
  • Denali National Park and Mt. Denali
  • Hubbard Glacier
  • Glacier Bay National Park
  • Skagway
  • Juneau
  • Ketchikan
  • And MORE
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The Cruise Price Includes: round-trip transportation from Central IL to Chicago, round-trip from Chicago, airport & ship transfers, hotel accommodations, cruise accommodations and shipboard amenities, shipboard meals, airport & port taxes and land tours as listed on the itinerary. Not Included in the cruise price: ship staff gratuities, alcoholic beverages, trip cancellation/medical insurance, cruise shore excursions, meals on the land portion of the trip and airline baggage fees. If you want a meal program for land portion it’s $399.00 per person for 10 meals (5 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 4 Dinners).

Photo Credit: Suburban Web Design
Photo Credit: Suburban Web Design

Don’t miss out on this exciting adventure with this Denali Explorer adventure.

For more information there will be an Alaska Information Night
June 19, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Chateau Hotel & Conference Center
Please CLICK HERE to RSVP to this event

For All the details CLICK HERE


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