The time spent on deck was mostly spent admiring the gorgeous scenery.
The trip began and ended in Juneau, where visitors could see the sights of the city. You could also take a small flight over the Mendenhall Glacier from there. With that, you would get a preview of the landscapes yet to come.
Once the cruise began, there were many views to see. The Idaho Inlet, Glacier Bay and other significant spots were on the itinerary. You could see spectacular mountain views and abundant wildlife. Some of the wildlife included humpback whales, puffins, brown and black bears, otters, eagles, and dolphins. This cruise was well worth taking.
You will find abundant Alaskan cruise reviews done on the Empress of the North cruise ship. Although the ship is built to convey an atmosphere of luxury, it is up to the task of seeking adventure as well.
There is magnificent art work on the ship. The food is every bit as good as any gourmet food a luxury ship can offer. There are lectures by people who know the Arctic region, and entertainment for you to enjoy. The accommodations are roomy, with queen beds and balconies in many rooms. The shore excursions are also well-planned and well-executed.
There is nothing about the Inside Safari Quest ship that can compare to the spectacular views of the Inside Passage. A ranger is assigned to the ship as a guide to describe the wildlife and surroundings. You will not go away from the Safari Quest cruise without knowing something new about nature in Alaska.
The trip starts in Glacier Bay National Park, and goes on to Boulder Island after that. Next come North Sandy Cove and Gloomy Knob. Outside Tidal Inlet, you can see glaciers before going on to stop at Lamplugh. Reid Inlet is one of the most interesting places to take a walk.