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£1759 -- 14-Night Alaska Cruise w/Rockies Train & Free Stays*

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By Raphael Giacardi

With two city stays, a cruise to the Alaskan wilderness and a journey through the American Rockies, this 2-week deal from Jetline Cruise is one trip that you won't soon forget. Plus, at £1759 per person, it's up to £640 cheaper than similar packages we found elsewhere.

Available for travel on 4, 11, 18 May from London Heathrow, it includes:

  • Indirect flights to Seattle with United or American Airlines, including checked luggage
  • 2-night stay in Seattle at the central Hotel Max**
  • 2-day hop-on/hop-off Seattle bus pass and free entrance to the Space Needle
  • 7-night Alaska cruise on the Carnival Miracle in an Interior Stateroom, visiting Ketchikan, Tracy Arm fjord, Juneau, Skagway, Victoria (Canada) and Seattle***
  • US$100 per stateroom onboard credit during the cruise
  • 2-night full-board Amtrak Rockies railway trip in a private roomette with a panoramic window, travelling through the Cascade Mountains, Icicle Canyon, Spokane, Glacier National Park, Montana, the plains of North Dakota, Minneapolis and Wisconsin to Chicago
  • 2-night stay in Chicago at the central Essex Inn Hotel**
  • Direct overnight flight from Chicago to London Heathrow

This deal is also valid for travel in June and August for £100-£190 more per person. Click here for more information on this deal.

Alaska is one of the world's most-popular cruise destinations. Cruise guru Douglas Ward explains in The Daily Telegraph that this is one of the best ways to visit the "last frontier", adding that, on top of experiencing the stunning scenery, ice fields and glaciers, guests have a chance to spot "an occasional brown bear or eagle".

Condé Nast Traveler says the Empire Builder is Amtrak's "most-popular long-distance train", adding it echoes "the glory days of passenger railroading in the first half of the twentieth century" and "passes through the West's most striking scenery, including the Rockies at the southern end of Glacier National Park".

Upgrade to an Outside Stateroom from £190 more per person and to a Balcony Cabin from £240 more. Transfers are not included. We recommend arranging a taxi locally.

Subject to availability. Prices are per person, based on two people sharing. Transfers and discretionary tips are not included. Regional flight connections from other UK airports are available for a supplement. Cruise itinerary may vary depending on departure date. Carnival Cruises terms & conditions apply. **Hotel accommodation in Seattle & Chicago is room only. Seattle hotel based on 3-star Hotel Max or similar; Chicago hotel based on the 3-star Essex Inn or similar. If the named hotel is not available, an alternative hotel will be offered. ***Cruise itinerary can vary slightly depending on departure date; ask Jetline Cruise for details.