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I'm taking my first Alaskan cruise.

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    Glacier Bay! almost 6 years ago

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    Hello, if at all possible get off the cruise and stay at a place for a few days - whether it be in Juneau, Seward, Homer or Valdez to give yourself some more time to visit and explore - Glacier Bay is indeed amazing, so are Kenai Fjords, a visit to Cordova is amazing too almost 6 years ago

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    I do acknowledge that the OP was six months ago, so the info may not be valid anymore to the original poster.

    That said, I would agree with Glacier Bay. Also, Cordova and Childs Glacier. When we cruised there in 1998 we stopped in Cordova and took a tour to Childs Glacier. It was amazing. I believe they told us that it was the only glacier still advancing, at that time. From where we were standing it looked like it was only just about 50 feet across a river to the glacier. Boy did the size of it play with your senses. It was actually a 1/4 mile away. over 5 years ago

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    Yes, Glacier Bay! And do a whale watching tour, if possible. over 5 years ago

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    Depending on the priority, there are many things to consider and do on an Alaskan cruise. If your priority is to see glaciers, Tracy arm is a beautiful fjord, your cruise ship will surely make it all the way. Your cruise ship terminal will invariably base in the great cities such as Vancouver or Seattle. However, in order to enjoy the complete trip, it’s necessary to choose good cruise service provider like http://www.koshertravelers.com/cruises/2013/alaska-july2013/default.asp?expandable=0&subexpandable=10&countrytabs=0 that shows the natural wildlife and picturesque beauty of Alaska in leisurely manner. about 5 years ago

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