Among the highlights are Alaska’a capital city of Juneau, with its imposing Mendenhall Glacier providing helicopter, hiking, and dog-sledding adventures. Up next is Glacier Bay, the largest protected biosphere in the world, featuring ten tidewater glaciers, majestic snow-capped mountains, and countless fjords. Then there are the island-studded waters around Sitka, which provide the best whale watching in North America.
Ketchikan presents the world’s largest collection of totem poles, the salmon run from red Creek Bridge, and snorkeling. Yes, snorkeling. RSVP’s final stop in charming Victoria, British Columbia provides cruisers with a night visit that gives them an entirely different look at the Pacific Northwest: a chance to check out the vibrant food scene and nightlife after their non-stop wilderness adventures.
Having just received the 2015 Cruzie Award for “Best All-Gay Large Cruise Company,” RSVP has been on fire lately, with staterooms for all their cruises selling in record time.
With just a few spots remaining for Alaska, you better jump quick! Here are six reasons…
2. The Beauty
3. The Dogs
4. The Entertainment
5. The Parties
6. Oops, did we forget the guys?