The World of Disney Explores Alaska

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Gateway Destinations announces that Disney Cruise Line® has expanded their cruise offerings to include Alaska. Combine the world-class customer service of Disney with the rugged beauty of Alaska to experience a cruise your family will never forget.

Canada and New England, Panama Canal and the Mexican Riviera as well. Tucson-based travel planner Gateway Destinations is pleased to announce Disney Cruise Line® destination of Alaska!

Disney Cruise Line® offers several 7-day sailings to Alaska from Seattle, WA in 2012, and Seattle or Vancouver, Canada in 2013. At each port of call, cruisers will have the opportunity to see incredible sights such as the Twin Sawyer Glaciers, ride on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway, see the largest collection of 19th century totem poles, as well as visiting the state’s capital, Juneau. Travelers can opt for additional exploration choices through a wide variety of exciting Port Adventures.

Alaska is the perfect destination for a family vacation, and Disney Cruise Line® offers something for family members of all ages. In addition to an endless choice of children’s activities, Disney offers extensive adult-only activities including dining, spa, pool, theater show and nightclub and lounge options. As a result, cruising with Disney is the ideal way to travel for inter-generational groups.

For further information about Disney Cruise Line® to Alaska or other cruise options, contact Jan Acorn, Travel Consultant and owner of Gateway Destinations, 888-429-1242. You may also visit their website at http://www.gateway-destinations.com.

About Gateway Destinations
Gateway Destinations, LLC, affiliated with Signature Travel Network, provides custom travel planning services for individuals, couples and small groups to Alaska, Hawaii and foreign destinations, specializing in Europe. In addition, Gateway creates custom theme-based tours, including guided tours for women.

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