Celebrity Cruise Adventure in Alaska! A Celebrity Cruise adventure in Alaska will add excitement to your memorable sea voyage. The exhilarating experience is integral to the land tours that will also showcase the magnificent panoramic views of Alaska. Some of these land tours are designed to have an approximate of duration of 3 hours.
A Celebrity Cruise land tour that doesn't fail to impress is the ATV Expedition... which will allow you to see the magnificent mountains on Chicago Island. To get there, a bus ride will be provided into the village of Tlingit at Hoonah. Before you are allowed to embark on your wild ride, a brief safety reminder is given. After which, you will then be endorsed to your guides who will subsequently accompany you as you get on a 4X4 Kawasaki mule. You will then be led through valleys, mountains and forests.
All drivers will be given the opportunity to have a change in driving duty. The estimated time for the ATV Expedition is fairly 2 hours and 30 minutes. Minimum age requirement in order to be able to partake in this exciting adventure is 10 years old. Drivers must have a valid driver's license. As this is a remote trail travel - the ride is bumpy due to the rugged terrain. That is why people who have back and neck issues similar with pregnant women are not allowed to undergo this excursion.
In addition to the ATV Expedition, a similar thrilling land tour provided by Celebrity Cruise is the ZipRider, which is considered to be the world's longest ride at 5,330 feet long. It has a vertical drop of 1,300 feet. The ZipRider has a maximum speed limit of 60 mph that will take you to the bottom of a wooded area. After a while, it will eventually even up to an altitude of 300 feet above the ground.
From the ZipRider, you will see Port Frederick, the Icy Strait and your cruise ship. A participant for the ZipRider celebrity cruise land tour must be at least 10 years old and should not be afraid of heights. Weight requirement is from 90 pounds to 275 pounds. Clothing should be warm and layered. Just like the ATV Expedition, guests with neck and back problems as well as pregnant women will not be allowed to get on the ZipRider. Of course, since this is a remote trail adventure, all guests or participants will be guided properly before they commence.