Follow in the footsteps of the gold prospectors on this 8-day cruise brought to you by PONANT. This exceptional itinerary aboard Le Soléal will take you from Alaska to British Columbia, to discover magnificent landscapes marked by the Gold Rush.
After embarking in Juneau, the capital of Alaska long inhabited by the Tlingit people, sailing along Tracy Arm, one of Alaska’s most beautiful fjords, will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of your cruise.
Do not miss the chance to visit Haines, where majestic bald eagles are often spotted flying over the houses and Skagway, where many pioneers came in search of gold at the end of the 19th century.
You will then discover Sitka, a former Russian settlement surrounded by tall mountains known for their centuries-old totem poles.
Before disembarking in Vancouver, you will make your way down the east coast of Alaska, whose Inside Passage, shaped by the sculpture of imposing glaciers, is home to vertiginous fjords. Here, the natural environment includes glaciers, coniferous forests, and myriad islands and islets magnified by the wonderful play of light.
The encounters with the wildlife described above illustrate possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed.
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For your serenity, PONANT selects a flight and organizes the transfer between the airport and the port. This package is included in your cruise fare.
Embarkation Day – Seattle / Juneau
Flight Seattle / Juneau selected by PONANT.
Approximate flight duration: 2 hours, 30 min.
Meet and greet at airport.
Transfer to the pier for embarkation.
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Important trip details
Passport valid for at least six (6) months beyond the completion of your trip. Passport must contain at least two completely clear, blank, unused visa pages for each visa required, not including any amendment pages. Visa pages with stains or ink from other pages in the passport are not usable. Guests who deviate from the scheduled embarkation or disembarkation port should research the foreign entry requirements for the port country. Due to government regulations, regrettably, Ponant will have to deny boarding to any guest who fails to obtain the appropriate travel documentation for this trip.
The information below is current but subject to change at any time without advance notice from government authorities. Please consult your respective government agencies for visa and health information.
Canada: travel by sea - The eTA is not required for US, Australian and British citizens. Other nationalities: a Visa may be required, please contact Canada consulate website for details. http://www.canada.ca/en/index.html
USA: Depending on your nationality, an ESTA or Visa may be required. Please contact USA consulate website for details. A copy of your visa or ESTA must be sent to PONANT at the very latest 45 days prior to your cruise date. In case the ESTA is sufficient to enter the USA, we also ask you to keep a copy of your ESTA with your passport throughout the duration of your trip.
Warning about the use of drones: the use of drones aboard PONANT ships, whether they are sailing at sea, at a port of call or anchored, is strictly forbidden. The use of drones on land in the Arctic and Antarctic regions is also strictly forbidden by international polar regulations. In other regions, it may be possible to use drones on land if permission has been obtained from the relevant authorities of each country and each region travelled through, as well as a pilot’s licence that should be obtained from your home country. Passengers are responsible for obtaining these permits; they should be able to present them at all times. Passengers who do not obtain these authorisations expose themselves to the risk of legal proceedings.
The measures applied from March 10th, 2020
Coronavirus: in accordance with the recommendation of the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), of which PONANT is a member, a formal ban on boarding now applies in three cases to any passenger (guest or crew member):
Accordingly, for the safety of you and all our guests checks will be carried out prior to your embarkation.
For any further information, we invite you to contact your Travel Agency.
Ideal clothes for life on board:
During the days spent on board, you are advised to wear comfortable clothes or casual outfits. The entire ship is air-conditioned, so a light sweater, a light jacket or a shawl may be necessary. When moving about in the public areas of the ship and the decks, light but comfortable shoes are recommended.
In the evening, you are advised to wear smart-casual attire, especially when dining in our restaurants where wearing shorts and tee-shirts is not allowed.
Depending on the itinerary and the program of your cruise, an Officer’s Evening with a white dress code may be organized. Therefore, we encourage you to bring a stylish white outfit for the occasion (otherwise black and white).
During the cruise, two gala evenings will be organised on board. Thus, we recommend that you bring one or two formal outfits.
A small shop is available on board offering a wide range of outfits, jewellery, leather goods and many accessories.
A laundry service (washing/ironing) is available on board, but unfortunately there are no dry cleaning services. For safety reasons, your cabin is not equipped with an iron.
OUTFITS ON BOARD:
In your hand luggage, remember to bring any medicines that you need, and possibly a small spare bag of toiletries (in case of delay in the delivery of your baggage by the airline). Remember to always have your travel documents with you in case you need them: hotel vouchers, cruise vouchers, return flight tickets... Never leave them in your hold luggage.
All our cabins have a safe. We recommend not to go ashore with valuable jewellery.
July 22, 2020 Juneau, Alaska
Embarkation 7/22/2020 from 16h00 to 17h00
Departure 7/22/2020 at 18h00
In 1880, gold diggers flocked here, and it didn't take long before Juneau was singled out, getting itself a solid reputation and henceforth becoming the capital of Alaska. Along the Gastineau Strait, in the heart of the spectacular Inside Passage, the 31,000 or so inhabitants of Juneau enjoy some of the world’s most incredible fauna and scenery every day of their lives. Perhaps you’ll even be able to watch the antics of humpback whales against a backdrop of majestic glaciers. Culture and shopping are certainly not lacking; the city is full of places to experience, enjoy and relax in.
July 23, 2020 Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
Arrival 7/23/2020 early morning
Departure 7/23/2020 late morning
July 23, 2020 Endicott Arm, Alaska
Arrival 7/23/2020 early afternoon
Departure 7/23/2020 early evening
In the heart of the Alexander Archipelago, Endicott Arm fjord is a short inlet on the southern coast of Alaska that boasts spectacular views of virgin wilderness. The azure-blue waters, snow-capped mountains and lush forest are incredible but the main attraction is the Dawes glacier, whose vast, bluish back snakes down the mountain’s flank. Weather permitting, you can observe how icebergs are formed by getting a closer look at the white cliff where glacier meets water, or just enjoy watching the resident harbour seals frolicking in the icy waters.
July 24, 2020 Haines, Alaska
Arrival 7/24/2020 early morning
Departure 7/24/2020 early evening
Hidden in the heart of this spectacular wilderness, between jagged peaks and a sapphire ocean, the legendary small port of Haines lays out all the richness of its traditions. Founded by the Tlingit Indians, peopled by the pioneers of the famous gold rush, the village is now a rallying point for modern day adventurers. You can visit its streets trimmed with colourful houses, soak up local history at Fort Seward or visit the Indian art museums, before a possible excursion into the nearby wilderness. The very beautiful Chilkatriver is especially worth a visit.
July 25, 2020 Skagway, Alaska
Arrival 7/25/2020 early morning
Departure 7/25/2020 midday
In the 19th century, it was through Skagway, a small town in south-east of Alaska, that swarms of gold seekers passed in their quest for gold. You can get a sense of these pioneers as you wander along the main street, Broadway, edged with the painted houses typical of this region. From White Pass & Yukon Route station, trains across pristine landscapes over the Alaskan border. All around the town, a handful of paths taken by the seekers of the precious metal, fan out into superb natural surroundings offering a glorious scenery of mountains, waterfalls, lakes and glaciers.
July 26, 2020 Sitka, Alaska
Arrival 7/26/2020 early morning
Departure 7/26/2020 midday
Formerly a Russian colony located on Baranof island, to the west of the Alexander archipelago, Sitka is brimming with history. The historical national park of Sitka shelters totems carved out of red cedar, a tree that is omnipresent in the region. These totems are testimonials of the former presence of Tlingit Indians. This place is full of natural wonders too. You just have to look up to admire the mountain range around the port. In the distance, the snow-peaked Edgecumbe volcano stands majestic. Numerous islands scattered around Sitka stretch out before you in a vision of preserved Alaska.
July 27, 2020 Misty Fjords, Alaska
Arrival 7/27/2020 early morning
Departure 7/27/2020 midday
Rain forest, hypnotic blue lakes, snowy peaks, glacier valleys, waterfalls... You will behold a heavenly vision. This United States monument covering some 8,600 square kilometres is a designated Wilderness Area. This awesome countryside rolls out its majestic carpet of cedars, fir spruces and hemlocks. Here, you can feel Nature’s throbbing heartbeat. You may be lucky enough to spot some of the many animal inhabitants, such as river otters, sea lions, seals and porpoises.
July 28, 2020 Sailing in the Johnstone Strait
Along the north-east coast of Vancouver Island, Johnstone Strait is a 100 km-long channel formed by an old glacier bed, dotted with a string of lush islands. Sailing amid this wilderness offers fantastic opportunities to observe the wildlife. Indeed, blue whales, humpback whales and the world’s largest population of orcas can be found in the cool and sheltered waters of the strait, and you can try to spot some from your ship’s deck.
July 29, 2020 Vancouver
Arrival 7/29/2020 early morning
Disembarkation 7/29/2020 at 09h00
Verdant and cosmopolitan, Vancouver is one of Canada's most multi-cultural cities. Located in British Columbia on Canada's west coast, it's surrounded by mountains and outdoor activities are popular. In the city, you can immerse yourself in the Asian atmosphere of bustling Chinatown, shop for pashminas and silk saris at the Punjabi Market Indian district and explore the historic area of ﾠGastown. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses important First Nations collections. Granville Island Jetty is a fascinating revitalised industrial area that hosts galleries, restaurants and a huge produce market.
From the pier, take a 45-minute narrated tour to the Bald Eagle Preserve. After reaching the facility, the river guides will outfit you with extra clothing if needed and brief you on your journey that you are about to embark upon. Sit back and relax while your river guide takes you deep into the Alaska wilderness that is otherwise inaccessible.
During your 1 ½ hour tour on the river, you will view massive bald eagle nests that are often inhabited with the eagles, as they await the arrival of their young. These massive nests stand tall in the cottonwood trees, giving the eagles the best view of the river, but also giving you the best view of these birds of prey.
The boats are powered by eco-friendly, four-stroke, outboard motors which are quiet. Animals, such as bears and moose are very accustomed to the boats, so have your camera ready. Enjoy the peace and quiet and smell the fresh air as you travel many channels of the Chilkat River. The Chilkat River is glacier fed and very shallow in many places, which requires a specially designed flat bottom river boat to be able to navigate through the narrow, shallow channels.
Following your river cruise and a short comfort stop, reboard your coach for the 45-minute drive back to your ship.
Total : 110.00 €According to availability.
On this wilderness expedition, you have the chance to travel through fjords and rain forests while viewing some of the most remarkable Alaskan scenery around, ranging from wildflowers to towering mountains and capping it off with up-close views of the Davidson Glacier.
Your tour begins aboard a custom-designed boat to provide an intimate viewing experience. During your 30-minute journey through North America’s deepest fjord, keep a lookout for whales, seals, and cascading waterfalls while your naturalist guide tells you more about the area you are travelling through.
Upon arrival at the remote Glacier Point beach, you will have a short drive across the forested glacial moraines to the base camp, where you will gear up in rubber boots and a life jacket. After a 400-metre (¼-mile) walk, the forest opens to reveal the view of the Davidson Glacier and pristine lake below. Here you will board a 9 m (31-foot) voyager canoe for a trip around the lake to view the glacier and enjoy the incredible Alaskan wilderness, while your guide shares his extensive knowledge of the area.
After returning to the base camp, enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach before your return trip to Haines.
Total : 170.00 €According to availability.
Your adventure begins with a 55-minute scenic drive up the Haines highway, through the awe-inspiring Chilkat Valley to the heart of the Preserve. The world-famous Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve boasts the largest gathering of bald eagles anywhere on earth. It is also home to moose, bears and wolves.
Upon arrival at the river put-in, change your shoes for rubber boots and put on your life jacket. After a safety speech, you will board a 5-meter (18-foot) inflatable raft and enjoy 90 minutes of peaceful floating (no white-waters) down this ever-changing river, surrounded by towering mountains, hanging glaciers and lush forests.
At the end of your rafting adventure, enjoy a picnic-style lunch including water, lemonade, hot drinks, a sandwich, chips and homemade cookies.
All too soon, it will be time to reboard your coach for the return drive to the pier and your ship.
Total : 110.00 €According to availability.
Join this walking tour that immerses you in the incredible beauty of Southeastern Alaska, where you will be surrounded with amazing mountain and ocean views.
Your excursion begins with a short tour of the town, including Fort Seward National Historic Landmark and the parade grounds. Your guide will regale you with the interesting history and culture of the Haines area, including the local gold rush and chronicles of the Native Tlingits.
From the trailhead, spend the next 2 ½ hours on a leisurely walk (including a stop), surrounded by views of towering, snow-capped mountains and the Lynn Canal. Your naturalist guide will share his or her knowledge of the area’s flora and fauna, and the amazing glacial history of Alaska. You may see eagles, waterfowl, whales and seals.
You will be outfitted with binoculars to maximise your opportunities to see up-close the wildlife and the spectacular mountain and river scenery. Midway through your hike, you will take a beach break to enjoy a delicious smoked salmon snack and to take in the magnificent views.
Total : 60.00 €According to availability.
Your guide will meet you at the dock and escort you to your vehicle. Climb aboard and begin your exploration of Haines’ Native culture, fascinating history and magnificent mountain and ocean views. First, you will be treated to a narrated driving tour through historic Fort Seward, the first U.S. military base in Alaska.
Then, you will stop at the American Bald Eagle Foundation’s Raptor Centre – an interpretive wildlife education centre – to watch a live feeding of this beautiful bird that is the symbol of America and learn more of the other native wildlife. You will also be treated to a live flight presentation of one of several birds of prey and enjoy an entertaining wildlife film.
Next, drive south of town along the Chilkat Peninsula, where glaciers, towering peaks, rivers and the sea all converge in amazing scenery. Visit the oldest working cannery in Alaska, owned and operated by the Haines Packing Company. The smokehouse was built in 1917 but it is now a state-of-the-art facility complete with fishbones extractors, blast freezers and vacuum packing machines. From there, you will journey back across the peninsula through the amazing Chilkoot Valley. Located amongst equally rugged glaciated peaks, it is home to numerous mountain goats, salmon, river otters, and innumerable bald eagles. This area is a birdwatcher paradise with abundant local and migratory birds.
As you take in coastal views along the Lynn Canal, the longest fjord in North America, you may spot seals, sea lions, porpoises and whales feeding in these rich waters. After capturing images and experiencing the incredible natural beauty and wildlife of Haines, enjoy a locally caught and smoked salmon snack before returning to your ship.
Total : 70.00 €According to availability.
On the pier, meet your guide who will escort you to your transportation. Enjoy a 45-minute scenic drive to Chilkoot Lake, passing through Haines.
After a short briefing, you will be outfitted with all the necessary gear. Then, embark your kayak for a 2-hour guided kayaking tour and find out why so many people say there’s no better way to see the beauty of Alaska than by kayak.
Mild weather and a variety of wildlife make Haines the ideal location for kayaking. Your guide will choose the area where weather and wildlife trends are most favourable, offering you the best chances to see bald eagles, brown bears, seals, and sea lions. After your exploration, enjoy a picnic-style snack before returning to your ship.
Total : 95.00 €According to availability.
From the port, embark your vehicle for the 40-minute drive to Dyea where will start your 3.2 km (2 miles) hike with 100 metres (350 feet) elevation gain/descent.
Hike the historic Chilkoot Trail, the centrepiece of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. This world-famous trail was the main route to the riches of the Klondike during the gold rush. Enjoy the exercise, fresh air, beautiful scenery, pristine forests, and history of a bygone era as the trail takes you up to Saintly Hill.
Where the trail reaches the banks of the Taiya River you will board a 5-metre (18 feet) inflatable raft for a 40-minute scenic float (no whitewater) back down the tidal estuary, where the forest gives way to fields of beach greens and wild iris, and the granite walls of the fjord rise steeply to the snow-capped peaks and hanging glaciers. Enjoy a riverside snack and countless picture-perfect moments before making the return journey back to your ship.
Total : 95.00 €According to availability.
Depart from the pier in Skagway and enjoy a panoramic tour of the historic part of the city, before a 40-minute drive to the shores of Summit Lake. Along the way, enjoy spectacular views of the Denver Glacier, the White Pass and the numerous snow-capped peaks.
Arrive at Summit Lake and take a short walk (10 minutes) to where your 9-meter (31 feet), motor assisted voyageur canoe is waiting on the beach. These large canoes are similar to the ones that were used by trappers and prospectors during the gold rush era. After a short safety talk and paddling instruction, launch out onto the water. The rocky landscape of coves and islets makes for stunning paddling in a pristine setting.
If you are feeling tired or the winds pick up, a small motor on the canoes will assist you.
After about 90 minutes on the water, it will be time time to disembark from the canoes and enjoy a snack, including homemade chocolate chip cookies, water, tea and hot chocolate, on the sandy beach.
Next, walk back to where your vehicle is awaiting and drive back to the pier and your ship.
Total : 120.00 €According to availability.
This excursion, narrated in seven languages, combines a trip over the Klondike Highway with a ride on the White Pass Railroad.
Your tour begins on board a comfortable minibus whose large picture windows afford spectacular views as you travel through historic Skagway and north up the Klondike Highway into the St. Elias Range. This is one of North America’s most scenic mountain roads, paralleling the historic gold rush Trail of 1898.
Experience a century’s worth of White Pass stories as you tour past the old Brackett Wagon Road, Pitchfork Falls, along the Dead Horse Trail, and over Moore Bridge. Photo opportunities of numerous surrounding glaciers and peaks abound.
Travel from the coastal rainforest through the subarctic taiga and, when you reach the 1,000-metre (3,290 feet) summit, discover a barren moonscape of rock, dotted with small lakes and stunted alpine foliage.
Arriving at Fraser, British Columbia (Canada), you will board a narrow-gauge railcar for your trip aboard the world-famous White Pass Railroad, retracing the “Trail of ’98” while enjoying a completely different vantage point. The train takes you through the opposite side of the Pass, and down the other side of the canyon, offering panoramas of new mountains, glaciers, and waterfalls back down the grade to Skagway.
Total : 115.00 €According to availability.
Experience Skagway with Alaska’s original city historical tour for an informative fun-filled tour to the major points of interest.
Skagway’s character Martin Itjen came north looking for Klondike gold in 1898 and became the town’s most celebrated storyteller. He gave the Alaska’s first motorised sightseeing tour on his “Skagway Street Car” for U.S. President Warren G. Harding in 1923, and delighted visitors for decades.
Today, Martin’s tour lives on in Skagway. Aboard your yellow 1927 sightseeing bus, your costumed “conductor” passes on a century of history, behind-the-scenes tales, and stories of life in small town Alaska, just like Martin did himself.
Explore the waterfront and National Park Historic District, enjoy the panoramic views and have your camera ready for the recounting of the “Soapy” Smith gunfight at the Gold Rush Cemetery. Highlighting the history of this gold rush town and the pioneer families that built it, you will motor through the residential neighbourhoods of Skagway, famous for its flower gardens, and past the early childhood home of Alaska’s most famous resident, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. A stop is made in town for those who want to get off to shop or explore before the tour continues back to your ship.
Total : 40.00 €According to availability.
Experience the remarkable wilderness islands, waterways, and wildlife of the historic Sitka on a premier Alaska adventure. This unique experience includes an opportunity to view sea otters, whales, bears, and other wildlife coupled with a feast of Alaska king crab, wild salmon, and prime rib at the new and exclusive Fin Island Lodge.
The ultimate Alaska experience begins as soon as you board your Alaskan-built expedition vessel in Sitka. While you settle into the comfortable cabin, your knowledgeable captain and crew will provide a safety briefing and orientation. Once underway, feel free to move about the vessel, including the spacious outside viewing deck. An onboard naturalist will provide narration regarding the remarkable ecosystem of the area and point out places of interest and wildlife throughout the journey. Sea otters, whales, harbour seals, brown bears, Sitka black-tailed deer, bald eagles, and a variety of marine birds are all commonly seen in the tour area. Your captain has the local knowledge and experience to deliver the best possible viewing experience on any given day throughout the season.
At Fin Island Lodge, you will have the opportunity to taste a true Alaska feast including Alaska king crab, wild salmon, prime rib, homemade side dishes, and dessert.
After the meal, enjoy a stroll on the beach, explore the beautiful grounds of the exclusive island or relax next to the cosy beach fire. When the adventure concludes, your vessel will await to provide the short cruise back to Sitka.
Total : 150.00 €According to availability.
Join a cruise that guarantees wildlife viewing and offers the opportunity to observe sea otters, whales, sea lions, porpoises, harbour seals, brown bears, black-tail deers, bald eagles and a variety of marine birds. An onboard naturalist will explain the workings of this remarkable ecosystem. You will also learn about the sea otters recovery, following their near-extinction at the hands of Russian fur hunters in the early 1800s.
Your waterjet-driven tour vessel has been designed to navigate South-east Alaska’s narrow island passages, allowing for wildlife viewing at close range. The vessel features a warm cabin with comfortable seating, large windows, galley and restrooms. There is an expansive topside observation deck for photo opportunities and to fully experience your quest with all your senses.
This tour guarantees you will view sea otters, a whale or a bear. If not, you'll receive a $100 cash refund as you disembark the vessel.
Total : 110.00 €According to availability.
The waters of Sitka Sound are well known throughout the world for their abundant marine life and vivid colours. Come experience the incredible undersea environment that only the clear waters of south-east Alaska can provide on this adventure.
Depart the pier for the brief drive to the area dive centre. As the ocean waters of Sitka average approximately 10 °C (50°F), you will be fitted with a dry suit and receive an orientation regarding gear, safety procedures, and the snorkelling location you will visit.
Your dry suit, which fits comfortably over your street clothes, is designed to keep you warm and provide buoyancy, making this a safe and less strenuous adventure. Make sure to wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes for this excursion. Booties are provided. Then, head to the beach area and enter the water from the rocky, pebble-surface shoreline. During your 45 minutes in the water, you can expect to see a variety of sea life including sea stars, sun stars, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crabs, and a variety of fish, filter feeders, and kelp. Accompanied by your certified guide, a local resident, listen as he or she shares his or her knowledge of Sitka's marine life and love of the area. After spending a few moments enjoying the mountain views, return to the dive centre, de-gear, and re-board the van for the transfer back to the tender pier.
Total : 110.00 €According to availability.
Explore the flora, fauna, and history of the Tongass National Forest, the world’s largest temperate rainforest and the largest national forest in the United States, during this scenic hike.
Depart the pier for the coach transfer to the trail head of Starrigavin Muskeg Trail. Next, disembark the coach and proceed along the path during a gradual, 800-metre (0.5 mile) walk to the surrounding muskeg, or peat bog area. Upon arrival, your guide offers insight into the abundance of plants that thrive in the moist, acidic soil. This site also offers splendid mountain views in clear weather. Next, continue to Starrigavin Creek and proceed along the 800-metre (0.5 mile) level boardwalk through the Starrigavin Estuary bird-viewing area. Keep your eyes peeled for great blue herons and other birds as you cross a stream that teems with salmon when they are in season.
Your walk then proceeds for 2.5 km (1.5 mile) to Mosquito Cove, where the hiking path climbs approximately 90 metres (295 feet) to the highest point. The final trail provides mountain views and a variety of unique plant life that exists in Alaska’s Muskegs. From here, follow the beach back to the camp ground and on to Old Sitka, the site of the first Russian encounter with Baranof Island.
At the end of the hike, re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier and your ship.
Total : 65.00 €According to availability.
Aboard your ship, lecturers will enlighten you about the culture and history of your destination to deepen your knowledge of the origins of local traditions, the history of emblematic sites, the stories involving famous personalities and those of major historical significance. During on-board lectures or your shore visits, these experts will be there to share their precious knowledge with you throughout your PONANT cruise.
Take advantage of our special consecutive cruises offers*
- When this cruise is in 2nd position get a -20% discount
- When this cruise is in 3rd position get a -30% discount
- When this cruise is in 4th position get a -40% discount
- When this cruise is in 5th position get a -50% discount
- When this cruise is in 6th position get a -60% discount
*Reduction does not apply to the first cruise and relates to the port/port fare excluding port taxes, non available for Ocean Voyages and subject to availability. The offer is only available on selected cruises. Please, contact us.