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23 DAYS
23
 DAYS
North Pacific Passage

Tokyo ↔ Vancouver
Apr 2021 - Apr 2023

North Pacific Passage
Tokyo ↔ Vancouver

Apr 2021 - Apr 2023 aboard Viking Orionaboard Viking Orion

Veranda starting from:
$ NOW $9,999 CAD
w/ Reduced Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
Reduced Air from $1,299*, Taxes & Fees Included
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INCLUDES


FREE Air* & FREE Transfers
  • Reduced Air starting from $1,299* & FREE Transfers
  • FREE Pre-paid Gratuities
    (value up to $)
  • FREE Wine, Beer & Soft drinks
    (w/ onboard lunch & dinner)
  • FREE Specialty Coffees, Teas & Bottled Water
  • FREE Specialty Dining
  • FREE Guided Tour in every port
  • FREE WiFi
  • FREE Shipboard Credit
    (up to US$1,000**/stateroom)
  • FREE Enrichment Lectures
  • ALL Taxes & Fees
  • PLUS Travel Insurance
    Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption
    NO AGE LIMIT | NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE | PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    See: Summary of Coverage / Insurance Policy/ Resolution Policy
Cruise Connections Specials (CAD)
w/ Reduced Air*, Taxes & Fees Included
Reduced Air from $1,299*, Taxes & Fees Included
Multiple Departures
Veranda
FROM / PERSON
Air Promo
FROM / PERSON
PER COUPLE
FROM / PERSON

Apr 28, 2021
Tokyo to Vancouver
$
$10,399
$
$1,299
$

Aug 27, 2021
Vancouver to Tokyo
$
$9,999
$
$1,299
$

May 02, 2022
Tokyo to Vancouver
$
$10,399
$
$1,299
$

Sep 20, 2022
Vancouver to Tokyo
$
$9,999
$
$1,299
$

Apr 29, 2023
Tokyo to Vancouver
$
$10,399
$
$1,299
$

*Viking Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways. Air offer and pricing may vary across gateways, saildates and itineraries. Airport transfers included with Viking purchased Air (to and from cruise terminal) on cruise dates. If air is not purchased from Viking, transfers may be purchased separately. Reverse itineraries available for multiple dates. Call for details. *Viking Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways (Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto). Air offer and pricing may vary across gateways, saildates and itineraries. Airport transfers included with Viking purchased Air (to and from cruise terminal) on cruise dates. If air is not purchased from Viking, transfers may be purchased separately. Reverse itineraries available for multiple dates. Call for details.

Tokyo to Vancouver

1

Tokyo, Japan Energetic Tokyo is a spellbinding blend of towering skyscrapers and tranquil Shinto shrines.

2

Tokyo, Japan Lively capital of the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Tokyo is the cultural heart of Japan.

3

Scenic Cruising: Tsugaru Strait The Tsugaru Strait is surrounded by the green slopes of Japan’s dramatic coastal mountains.

4

Sapporo (Otaru), Japan The cultural center of Hokkaidō, Sapporo is renowned for its traditional cuisine.

5

Sapporo (Otaru), Japan Sapporo’s lovely green spaces, shrines and markets are spread at the foot of Mt. Moiwa.

6

Korsakov, Russia Korsakov enjoys a bayside setting at the southern end of Sakhalin Island.

7

Cruise the Sea of Okhotsk The Okhotsk Sea was named for the first Russian settlement in the Far East.

8

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Ringed by volcanoes, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is an important Russian settlement.

9

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Set in scenic hills by the Sea of Okhotsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is a fishing center.
Ship will be at sea on May 14, 2019.

10

Cruise the Bering Sea Some 30 species of seabird skim the Bering Sea for sustenance, from the tufted puffin to the albatross.

11

Cross the International Date Line As you cross the International Date Line today, you will “cruise into yesterday,” gaining a day.

12

Cruise the Bering Sea This body of water is named for Danish explorer Vitus Bering, who charted these waters in 1728 under Russian service.

13

Dutch Harbor, United States Alaska’s scenic Dutch Harbor was once central to the Russian fur trade.

14

Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Alaska The Gulf of Alaska is surrounded by lush forests, soaring mountains and gleaming glaciers.

15

Kodiak, United States Kodiak, “Alaska’s Emerald Isle,” is a fascinating blend of Alutiiq and Russian heritage.

16

Seward, United States Seward enjoys a scenic setting, nestled between soaring peaks on Resurrection Bay.

17

Valdez, United States Valdez enjoys a breathtaking setting in a deep-cut fjord in Prince William Sound.

18

Scenic Cruising: Yakutat Bay Yakutat Bay, fed by the Hubbard Glacier, is surrounded by snow-covered mountain slopes.

19

Icy Strait Point, United States A former canning station, Icy Strait Point is steeped in Tlingit heritage.

20

Sitka, United States Scenic Sitka is a fascinating mix of Tlingit and Russian culture.

21

Ketchikan, United States Ketchikan is home to the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.

22

Scenic Cruising: The Inside Passage The Inside Passage winds through a fjord-like maze of snowcapped mountains and emerald islands.

23

Vancouver, Canada Set between mountains and sea, Vancouver boasts endless cultural and natural riches.

Vancouver to Tokyo

1

Vancouver, Canada Set between mountains and sea, Vancouver boasts endless cultural and natural riches.

2

Scenic Cruising: The Inside Passage The Inside Passage winds through a fjord-like maze of snowcapped mountains and emerald islands.

3

Ketchikan, United States Ketchikan is home to the world’s largest collection of standing totem poles.

4

Sitka, United States Scenic Sitka is a fascinating mix of Tlingit and Russian culture.
The ship will call at Icy Strait Point on August 27, 2020.

5

Icy Strait Point, United States A former canning station, Icy Strait Point is steeped in Tlingit heritage.
The ship will call at Sitka, AK on August 28, 2020.

6

Scenic Cruising: Yakutat Bay Yakutat Bay, fed by the Hubbard Glacier, is surrounded by snow-covered mountain slopes.

7

Valdez, United States Valdez enjoys a breathtaking setting in a deep-cut fjord in Prince William Sound.

8

Seward, United States Seward enjoys a scenic setting, nestled between soaring peaks on Resurrection Bay.

9

Kodiak, United States Kodiak, “Alaska’s Emerald Isle,” is a fascinating blend of Alutiiq and Russian heritage.

10

Scenic Cruising: Gulf of Alaska The Gulf of Alaska is surrounded by lush forests, soaring mountains and gleaming glaciers.

11

Dutch Harbor, United States Alaska’s scenic Dutch Harbor was once central to the Russian fur trade.

12

Cruise the Bering Sea Some 30 species of seabird skim the Bering Sea for sustenance, from the tufted puffin to the albatross.

13

Cross the International Date Line As you cross the International Date Line today, you will “cruise into tomorrow”, losing a day.

14

Cruise the Bering Sea This body of water is named for Danish explorer Vitus Bering, who charted these waters in 1728 under Russian service.

15

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Ringed by volcanoes, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is an important Russian settlement.

16

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia Set in scenic hills by the Sea of Okhotsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is a fishing center.
Ship will be at sea August 31, 2019, September 9, 2020 and September 11, 2021.

17

Cruise the Sea of Okhotsk The Okhotsk Sea was named for the first Russian settlement in the Far East.

18

Korsakov, Russia Korsakov enjoys a bayside setting at the southern end of Sakhalin Island.

19

Sapporo (Otaru), Japan The cultural center of Hokkaidō, Sapporo is renowned for its traditional cuisine.

20

Sapporo (Otaru), Japan Sapporo’s lovely green spaces, shrines and markets are spread at the foot of Mt. Moiwa.

21

Scenic Cruising: Tsugaru Strait The Tsugaru Strait is surrounded by the green slopes of Japan’s dramatic coastal mountains.

22

Tokyo, Japan Lively capital of the “Land of the Rising Sun,” Tokyo is the cultural heart of Japan.

23

Tokyo, Japan Energetic Tokyo is a spellbinding blend of towering skyscrapers and tranquil Shinto shrines.

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