Laurie Koss

Mobile, AL
What a Wonderful World for Travel

From arranging an amazing trip to your favorite beach where it’s summer all year long or watching a colossal humpback whale dive with flukes flipping above the surface in the waters of Alaska. Or perhaps a trip to your favorite theme park or a lux...
Learn more about me.


Hello thrill-seekers and nature lovers!

Ready to spice up your life with a dash of adventure and a pinch of frosty fun? Alaska is calling, and guess what? The best way to tackle this icy enchantment is by hopping aboard a cruise ship, where the views are as jaw-dropping as your aunt's holiday fruitcake

Picture this: You, cruising through the pristine waters of Alaska, surrounded by glaciers that make your ice cubes look like amateurs. It's like a snow globe, but you're in it, and there's no need to shake yourself around – we've got a ship for that.

And oh, the wildlife! Whales doing their best aquatic acrobatics, seals giving you side-eye from the ice floes, and bald eagles soaring overhead like they just aced their audition for a national symbol gig.

But let's talk about the real MVP – the weather. Forget about sweating buckets in tropical humidity; Alaska's got that crisp, refreshing coolness that turns every selfie into a masterpiece. Did I mention the excursions? Dog sledding on a glacier, anyone?

It's like Santa's workshop but with furry, four-legged speed demons. Or how about kayaking past towering icebergs, because nothing says "I'm living my best life" like paddling through nature's version of an ice sculpture garden.

So, why should you take a cruise to Alaska? Because where else can you witness whales and glaciers, all while sipping hot cocoa on the deck? It's the ultimate chillcation, and you won't even need to defrost your sense of humor.

Alaska, here you come! ???? 

Go to my main profile

Destination Expert:

  • Alaska
  • Canada

Travel Specialist:

  • Cruises
  • Animals & Wildlife
  • Expedition Cruises
  • Adventure
  • Luxury

Top Travel Partners:

  • Celebrity Cruises
  • Princess Cruises®
  • Viking
  • Norwegian Cruise Line
  • Royal Caribbean


  • College of Disney Graduate
  • Princess Cruise Line Commodore
  • Carnival Learn and Earn Diamond
  • Universal Orland Resort Specialist
  • BWH Hotel Group Certified Travel Professional

Connect with Me:

©  Travel Leaders Group