When travelers book a Disney Cruise, what they can always count on is "fun" and an ever encompassing cruise to adventures. The Disney Cruise to Alaska, departing Vancouver for a seven-night cruise, offers families a well-rounded schedule of both on-board youth activities with special talks from experts in Alaskan wildlife, history and geography, and specialized adventures into the Alaskan wilderness.
A unique experience for kids is the Junior Ranger Program-- interacting with park rangers from the National Park Service, which also grants them "junior ranger status" with the association. Another engaging opportunity is the Disney Friends for Change program, where kids create videos highlighting the environmental aspects of their experience on the cruise to Alaska.
Once in Alaska, specially trained Port Guides introduce young explorers to unique nature and cultural aspects of each Alaska port that is visited. In Skagway, the narrated trip aboard the White Pass & Yukon railway is both forRead More »from What to Expect on a Disney Cruise to Alaska