There is a pretty short window of opportunity to see all of amazing sights from May to September. Although peak season is the most popular time to cruise Alaska.
Alaska’s is so bright, even after it has set late at night and before it rises super-early in the morning.Sometimes the sun can also contribute to sleepless nights if you are a light sleeper or can’t sleep under bright conditions. If you don’t sleep like a rock, this is a tip you might want to heed. Most big hotels have blackout curtains that will keep your room dark, but some smaller, out of town places don’t. It’s easy for your sleep patterns and rest quality to get out of whack pretty quickly. We would strongly suggest bringing an eye mask.
It’s hard to find vegetarian meals in Alaska, especially out of the cities. Whenever you’re in a big town, buy snacks to make sure you always have something you can eat just in case.
Bring warm clothing including a winter hat and gloves for my summer trip to Alaska. It can get cold really fast in Alaska even in the summer.
My family had a wonderful experience at the Norwegian cruise.
They were all praises for the arrangements done by your agency from beginning to the end of tour.
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