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"There's No Place Like Nome!" Nome, Alaska is most known for being the finish line for the annual Iditarod Race, where dogs and mushers travel 1,049 miles from Anchorage. End of the Trail activities are usually held all month long in March. The list of things to do is a mile long in Nome, including exploring the local wilderness, taking a dog sled ride, Russia is 1 hour away by plane, watch Native dancers, and even have lunch with the Elders at the local Senior Center.

Nome Departures

4 Cruises Found

14-night Alaska Expedition Cruise 9/17/2021

PORTS: Nome | St. Paul Island | Dutch Harbor | Unga Island | Kodiak Island | Hubbard Glacier | Elfin Cove | Point Adolphus | Sitka | Wrangell | Behm Canal | Rudyerd Bay | Inside Passage | Vancouver |

from $11340

13-night The Best of Kamchatka Cruise 9/20/2021

PORTS: Nome | Chukotka | Chukotka | Chukotka | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Kamchatka Peninsula | Petropavlovsk |

14-night Fire and Ice in the Arctic Cruise 9/21/2021

PORTS: Nome | Provideniya | Big Diomede Island | Wrangel Island | Wrangel Island | Wrangel Island | Wrangel Island | St. Matthew Island/Hall Island | St. Paul Island | Dutch Harbor | Chankliut Island | Geographic Harbor | Anchorage (Seward) |

from $12340

14-night Alaska and Its Fur Traders Cruise 9/23/2021

PORTS: Nome | St. Matthew Island/Hall Island | St. Paul Island | Dutch Harbor | Unga Island | Chankliut Island | Tsaa Fjord | Sitka | Kake | Prince Rupert | Alert Bay | Johnstone Strait | Vancouver |

from $11950

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