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Wilderness Adventurer Review

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20 reviews

Custom and personal adventure that far exceeded expectations.

Review for Wilderness Adventurer to Alaska
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KD Lawley
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2016
Floating ice on the way to Glacier Bay
Kettle Pond at Glacier National Park
Sunset while returning to port just before the Northern Lights.

We wanted an adventure experience and we got just that. It was fantastic; we bushwhacked, kayaked, skiff boat excursions, visited a salmon fishery and were up close and personal with the Bears. The staff and crew were first rate, everyone was knowledgeable, helpful, entertaining and felt like family by the end of the week. The food was excellent, rooms small but nice, comfortable and very clean. The land package before the cruise was just as excellent and did not disappoint. For a trip of a lifetime; Un Cruise made it a lasting memory to enjoy for ever. One unique feature is that if nature is showing her face, like 20 plus whales feeding,the boat will stop and let you enjoy the sweet surprise. We also experienced the Northern Lights. We departed from Juneau which is a beautiful city to explore and enjoy and cruised the inside passage and returned to Juneau which was perfect for us.

Cabin Review

Cabin Trailblazer

Nice, clean, very comfortable.

Port Reviews


We did not take An extra excursion, we visited the top of the mountain and had lunch at Tracey's Crab it was excellent.

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