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									                                                                     DENALI NATIONAL PARK
                                                                         ADVENTURE
                                                                                 JUNE 2-6, 2012


                       PROPOSAL DRAFT PREPARED ON BEHALF OF NANCY KELLY @ KELLY CRUISES

 PARTY OF 2                                                                                 DURATION – 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS



Please note: This itinerary proposal is presented for client review purposes only. No components are reserved or
confirmed until the proposal is formally accepted and a deposit or full payment (if within 90 days of travel) is received.

Upon receipt of the initial deposit (or full payment) and the required Acceptance of Terms & Conditions signed by each
traveling adult, reservations will be made and confirmed for all components. In the event that a service or accommodation
is unavailable as proposed, the client or their agent will be contacted to make alternate arrangements.

June 02 — Arrive Anchorage, Alaska / Overnight at the Hotel Captain Cook
Meals—None

Upon arrival in Anchorage, your driver will meet you at the airport baggage claim area and transfer you to
your hotel for the evening.

Known as the City of Lights in the winter and City of Flowers in the summer, Anchorage is the gateway to
Alaskan adventures. Nestled between the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet, Anchorage has everything
you would expect in a major metropolitan area plus oceans, mountains, wilderness, a wonderful mix of
cultures, outdoor activities, nightlife and a natural history like no other city.

The famed Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage's only true luxury hotel, is a
premier visitor establishment. Located in what is now the bustling hub of
America's gateway to the Pacific Rim, this hotel caters to the international
traveler, dignitary, business traveler and tourist with the service and
meticulous attention to detail for which the Hotel is justly famous. Each
guest is provided the finest amenities, in-room private dining, and majestic
and panoramic views of Cook Inlet, the Chugach Mountains, the Anchorage
cityscape and Mt. McKinley. There are three outstanding and distinctive
restaurants, coffee bars and lounges, including downtown Anchorage's only
4-Diamond restaurant at the Hotel. Enjoy the Athletic Club, 14 shopping
venues, and a complete business center.

This evening, you will have a chance to dine on your own at one of
Anchorage’s many fine establishments.

        For a world class view, the finest Alaskan Seafood, and famous salt-crusted prime rib, experience
         Simon and Seafort’s Saloon & Grill, 907-274-3502.
        If a lively and upscale BrewHouse sounds tempting, you can’t beat the Glacier BrewHouse, 907-
         274-2739.
        Or if intimacy in an eclectic environment is what you are seeking, Sack’s Café will certainly
         please you with their daily changing menus, 907-276-3546.




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       Try The Winter Thyme for home-style comfort food made from scratch with a fine-dining twist.
        Great service and regional foods are featured. Located near the Hotel Captain Cook at 930 W.
        Fifth Ave., 907-677-3843.
       At Jens’ Restaurant, you’ll find innovative dishes and beautiful plates of new tastes and textures.
        Enjoy European and Scandinavian cuisine with a fabulous wine bar. Rated Exceptional by
        Frommer's Alaska, 2005. 907-561-5367.
       Finally, The Crow’s Nest Restaurant, atop the Hotel Captain Cook’s Tower Three is a repeat
        recipient of the distinguished DiRoNa Award for distinguished restaurants in North America and
        won “Best of” Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator Magazine, 907-276-6000.

We are happy to assist with reservations, please let us know your preferred dining time.

Overnight—Hotel Captain Cook, junior suite (1 king bed)


June 03 — Alaska Railroad GoldStar Dome Train to Denali National Park /
Overnight at the Grande Denali Lodge
Meals—None

At 7:30 am your driver will meet you in the lobby of your hotel, for your private transfer to the Anchorage
Railroad Depot. Board the world famous Alaska Railroad dome train for a scenic ride to Denali National
Park.

The Alaska Railroad’s unique passenger car fleet features custom double-deck railcars including interiors
highlighted with original Alaska art. Guests will be drawn to the upper-level open-air platform. The glass
covered observation deck is the first of it’s kind on any rail service in the world.

GoldStar Service features:

       Confirmed seat in the upper-level dome car
       Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages served at your
        seat
       Priority check-in and boarding
       Priority seating in the lower-level dining room
        showcasing original Alaska artwork
       Private outdoor viewing deck - the only one of its kind

The cars are modeled on the latest 89-foot double-deck dome
cars built by Colorado Railcar. Dine in comfort in 36 dining room seats with views through picture
windows. Your dome-level reclining seats can rotate to accommodate groups of four and let you share
the experience with friends. A full-time bar attendant is available to those looking for libations.

Soak up panoramic views of tundra, endless mountain ranges and deep river canyons. Be sure to keep
an eye out for wildlife and views of magnificent Mt. McKinley.

South of Talkeetna marks one of the most spectacular views of McKinley, and if the weather is good the
train will slow to allow passengers to snap a few photos.

North of Talkeetna you will cross the startling 918-foot-long Hurricane Gulch trestle. This magnificent
arch, built in 1921 towers 296 feet over the creek below. Be sure to have your camera ready as this is
one of the route’s best photo opportunities. Shortly before arriving in Denali you will travel over Broad
Pass, the highest point on the Alaska Railroad at 2,363 feet.
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Upon arrival at the Denali National Park depot you will transfer to the Grande Denali Lodge via
their lodge shuttle.

Located just north of Denali National Park entrance, this facility affords unparalleled views, 154 spacious
guest rooms, deluxe cabins, and the ultimate in hospitality and service. The peaceful mountain location
provides guests with total serenity. This scenic setting
amidst wilderness is unmatched in the Denali area.

The lodge features a vaulted ceiling, comfortable
lounges facing a stone fireplace, gift shop, tour desk,
guest laundry, courtesy shuttle service and the
Alpenglow Restaurant.

Overnight—Grande Denali Lodge, view room (2 queen
beds)


June 04 — Wilderness Tour 95 miles into Denali National Park / Mt. McKinley
Flightseeing / Overnight at the Grande Denali Lodge
Meals—Lunch

Early this morning you will take a shuttle to the embarkation point and board the red & white Kantishna
Roadhouse bus (bus departs at approximately 6:30 am) for your 10-hour (total with flight) wildlife bus
tour 95 miles into Denali National Park. Please note that this is a shared bus tour with
approximately 40 passengers. There will also be other buses at the rest stops during your tour.

       En-route refreshments.
       Lunch served at the beautiful Roadhouse.
       Afternoon interpretive programs.
       Panning gold from local historic claim site.

Everything about Denali National Park, Alaska is big: the scenery,
the mountains, the incredible beauty, and the animals. This tour is
an excellent way to spot the wildlife for which Alaska is so famous:
moose, bear, wolves, caribou, Dall sheep ... along with small
mammals and Denali's unique sub-arctic desert terrain. This
excursion travels through 95 miles of Denali National Park's prime
wildlife habitat to the Kantishna Roadhouse, located past Wonder
Lake on the banks of Moose Creek. Your trip includes en-route
refreshments, lunch served at the lodge, and interpretive activities
that relate to the history of the Kantishna district.

After lunch at the Kantishna Roadhouse meet your pilot for your
scenic flight back to the park entrance. (Flight time is
approximately 55 minutes.) You will be flying in a Cessna 206
aircraft (5 passenger capacity). Fly through the awe-inspiring
Alaska Range. This scenic flight will take you to the North Face of Denali and over a number of the north
side glaciers. Upon arrival at the park entrance, you will need to walk over to the visitor center (3-5
minute walk) to board the shuttle and return to the Grande Denali Lodge.


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Overnight—Grande Denali Lodge, view room (2 queen beds)


June 05 — Private Scenic Transfer to Girdwood / 4 Time Iditarod Race Champion
Kennels / Overnight at the Hotel Alyeska
Meals—Lunch

Mid morning you will meet your driver for your private transfer to Girdwood. We have planed a special
stop on your journey from the Denali National Park to the Hotel Alyeska. With a stop this transfer is
approximately 8 hours.

You will pass through the beautiful Matanuska Valley. View the winding and sometimes steep valley that
the Matanuska River has carved. It is one of the most continuously spectacular drives with the Chugach
Mountain Range to the south and the Talkeetna Mountains to the north.

Happy Trails Kennel is a family run operation, world famous for its
championship sled dogs. Located in Big Lake, Alaska and managed by
husband and wife team Martin Buser and Kathy Chapoton, the kennel has
garnered four Iditarod championships, the latest in 2002, along with a number
of top 10 finishes. Martin guided each of the four Iditarod champion teams and
is always a favorite for the title. His previous wins were in 1992, 1994, and
1997. In 1998, Martin was voted into the Iditarod Hall of Fame. Martin will
regale you with stories of the races and introduce us to his dogs.

A dog sled demonstration run is the grand finale of the tour. A team of five
lucky dogs is hooked to a sled and they run a short loop. The uproar of barks
of “take me” prohibits any discussion and the smiles on the dogs’ faces show
visitors what our sled dogs love the most ~ running.

The Hotel Alyeska is situated in a pristine setting, where rugged mountains carved with hanging glaciers
and towering spruce trees prevail and the fresh air is a deep breath of tranquility. This elegant resort is
detailed with solid cherry wood through out and offers guests a wonderful workout center, full spa,
boutique shopping for regional arts and crafts and a plethora of opportunities to explore the wooded
surroundings on hiking and biking trails and via the
Alyeska Aerial Tram.

Tucked amid the Chugach Mountains on Alaska's south
central coast, Hotel Alyeska is located just 40 miles
south of Anchorage, Alaska in the quaint town of
Girdwood. Enjoy the world-class accommodations while
experiencing the adventure of the Alaska wilderness.
Discover the luxury within the rugged setting with
glaciers, bald eagles and towering spruce trees.

At the hotel’s spa facility, experience an unforgettable
journey into the world of relaxation and self-indulgence.
The Spa offers a variety of massage therapy, facial
treatments, manicures and pedicures, eye and lip treatments, body therapies, and the latest in Vichy
Massage Therapy. Open 10:00am. to 7:00pm, 7-days a week.




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Enjoy the Fitness Center offering an indoor heated 25x45 foot lap pool, 16-person hot tub, a sauna, and
an exercise room with stair climbers, treadmill and other cardiovascular and aerobic equipment, weights
and mats.

A not-to-be-missed experience is a ride on the sixty-passenger aerial tram to the summit of Mt.
Alyeska. The summit offers unrivaled views of the Chugach Mountains, Turnagain Arm and Glacier
Valley. The tram travels from the Hotel Alyeska to the upper tram terminal and Seven Glaciers
Restaurant 2300 feet above the valley floor.

     The award-winning, AAA Four Diamond Seven Glaciers Restaurant open daily for dinner at 5:30
      pm. Reservations are highly recommended. The menu features Alaskan King Salmon, Alaskan
      Halibut, wild game, and award winning wines. Seven Glaciers guests with reservations ride the
      tram at no charge.

     Located on the Hotel’s third floor, Sakura features Teppanyaki cuisine for dinner only. The menu
      features live lobster, prime steaks, king crab, scallops, salmon and chicken. Seating at 5:30 and
      7:30 pm (Thursday through Monday only).

     Located on the second floor of the hotel, the Pond Cafe offers a seasonal breakfast buffet as well
      as a full breakfast menu. Build your own omelet, eggs Benedict, cinnamon French toast, or even
      just a hot cup of coffee and a bagel. During the summer season, enjoy your breakfast out on the
      deck overlooking the gardens and pond. Open seven days a week.

     Located on the third floor of the hotel, the Aurora Bar & Grill is the place to enjoy a light lunch or
      full dinner paired with your favorite beverage, seven days a week. Whether you're in the mood for a
      casual atmosphere or watching your favorite sports event on our 42" plasma TV's, you'll find a
      comfortable spot in either of these connecting venues. Stop by after a great day of Alaskan
      adventure for a cocktail, snack, or dinner.

We are happy to assist with reservations, please let us know your preferred dining time.

Overnight—Hotel Alyeska, deluxe room (king bed or 2 double beds)


June 06 — Private Scenic Transfer to Seward / Embarkation
Meals—None

Early to mid afternoon you will meet your driver for your
private transfer to Seward and your cruise ship.

We have planned for 1 stop along your journey.

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is located just 40
miles south of Anchorage right off the Seward Highway.
Surrounded by mountains and hanging glaciers, the 140-acre
Portage Valley preserve is a dedicated to preserving Alaska’s
wildlife through public education. AWCC takes in injured and
orphaned animals year-round and provides spacious
enclosures and quality animal care. Animals that cannot be released into the wild are given a permanent
home at the center.


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In addition to bears, there are bison, moose, caribou, elk, an eagle, owls, musk oxen, Sitka black-tailed
deer and a variety of game birds. Visitors can drive through the area and see most of the animals from
their vehicles, or walk the neatly cared-for driveway for a close-up tour. It's a great way to photograph
wild animals in a setting as close to authentic as you can get.

AWCC provides visitors with the opportunity to view Alaskan wildlife up close. Amateur photographers
have the opportunity to take award winning photographs while animals display their natural, “wild”,
behavior. Coyotes peer out from behind the brush while a bald eagle swoops in on the salmon remains
left by a grizzly bear. Wood Bison plod through 65 acres of tidal flat terrain, as part of a program that will
one day restore the species to the Alaskan wilderness.

Your scenic transfer will end in Seward, where you will be brought to your cruise ship in time for
embarkation.

Duration: Approximately 2 hours

Overnight—None




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                            Conclusion of Entrée Alaska Itinerary Proposal




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ITINERARY INCLUDES
       One travel itinerary via e-mail (approximately 30-days prior).
       Private transfer from the Anchorage Airport to the Hotel Captain Cook.
       Overnight accommodations at the Hotel Captain Cook as outlined in itinerary.
       Private transfer from the Hotel Captain Cook to the Anchorage railroad depot.
       Alaska Railroad GoldStar dome train from Anchorage to Denali National Park.
       Grande Denali Lodge shuttle from the Denali National Park railroad depot to the Grande Denali Lodge.
       Overnight accommodations at the Grande Denali Lodge as outlined in itinerary.
       Kantishna Wilderness Trails tour 95 miles into Denali National Park.
       Mt McKinley flightseeing return to the park entrance.
       Private transfer from the Grande Denali Lodge to the Hotel Alyeska.
       Visit to Happy Trails Kennels.
       Overnight accommodations at the Hotel Alyeska as outlined in itinerary.
       Private transfer from the Hotel Alyeska to Seward.
       Admission for Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
       Commercial air as noted in itinerary.
       Private and/or shared tours as outlined in itinerary.
       All meals specified in italics preceding each day’s description
       All applicable taxes.

ITINERARY DOES NOT INCLUDE
       All items of a personal nature.
       Any other items not specifically included in the itinerary.
       Telephone, minibar, spa treatments, room service, incidentals, etc. (unless specifically mentioned in
        itinerary).
       Alcoholic beverages.
       Airport porterage.
       Excess luggage charges on air segments.
       Gratuities for guides, drivers, pilots, customer service staff, etc.

Deposit / Final Payment (see Payment Type below for accepted forms of payment)
Non-Refundable Deposit - due at time of booking
Final Payment - due by 90 days prior to travel




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    As travelers, you have the opportunity to enrich the destinations in which you travel to. The Bodhi Tree
    Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to mobilizing the tourism industry to support underserved
    communities and endangered species.

    The foundation’s goal is to enlist the support of socially responsible travel providers and compassionate
    travelers to help fund charities that promote education, healthcare, environmental initiatives, historic
    preservation and economic development in underserved areas around the world.

    Some of the projects that The Bodhi Tree Foundation has supported included:
        The rebuilding of communities and schools in Haiti’s impoverished areas following the hurricane in
           January (by support the Edeyo Foundation)
        Preserving the Belize Barrier Reef, the second largest coral reef in the world
        Rebuilding indigenous communities in the Yucatan Peninsula
        Protecting the endangered black rhino population of the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania




    On your behalf, we have included $3.00, towards The Bodhi Tree Foundation. Should you wish not to donate
    to the foundation, we would be happy to deduct the $3.00 from your total package price, just let us know.




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                                                      Terms & Conditions

Confirmation of Arrangements
This itinerary proposal is presented for client review purposes only – no components are reserved or confirmed until the proposal
is formally accepted and a deposit or full payment is received along with signed acceptance of the Terms & Conditions by each
traveling adult. Upon receipt of the required payment and signed acceptance of the Terms & Conditions, reservations will be
made and confirmed for all components. In the event that a service or accommodation is unavailable as proposed, the client or
their agent will be contacted to make alternative arrangements.
Payment Type
Deposit Payment: A minimum 25% non-refundable deposit, plus the non-refundable total travel insurance premium (if selected),
is required at the time of booking. This payment may be made by wire transfer or credit card (Visa, Master Card, or American
Express). Please note when paying by Visa or Mastercard you may be subject to a bank credit card processing fee. This
is not a charge from Entrée Alaska; it is a charge from your credit card issuing bank. If this poses as an inconvenience,
Entrée Alaska will accept payment by American Express or wire transfer. Final Payment: A 75% non-refundable final
payment (or less if required deposit is greater than 25%) is due at or before 90 days prior to tour departure. This payment may
be made by wire transfer or credit card (Visa, Master Card, or American Express). Please note: Credit card information should
never be transmitted via email, but rather via telephone or facsimile.
Cancellation Fees
After deposit up to 90 days prior to departure:                                                     25%* of Total Tour Cost
Less than 90 days prior to departure:                                                               100% of Total Tour Cost
Travel Insurance (if selected):                                                                              Non-refundable
* Note: Some itinerary components may require a 50% deposit in order to confirm space. In these cases, the non-refundable
deposit amount may be adjusted upward.
Change Fees
A minimum fee of $100.00 may be charged when arrangements are altered at the traveler’s or travel agent’s request after the
initial deposit has been received. Multiple change fees may be incurred if a desired change causes changes in other elements of
the tour. Additional supplier penalties may be imposed as well.
Weather
Safety is our primary concern. Please note that on some tours, it may be necessary to modify the itinerary due to weather. If so,
we will endeavor to add other sights and activities to replace those omitted. If the itinerary is modified to one that is less
expensive than the original, the client will be refunded the difference in cost between the original and modified itineraries. If the
itinerary is modified to one that is more expensive than the original, the client’s advance approval will be obtained and the client
will be charged the difference between the original and modified itineraries. If a tour is cancelled and no substitute tour is
available or acceptable to the client, the client will be refunded the full cost of the tour. The client is responsible for all additional
transportation or lodging costs that are necessitated by weather. In addition, if a client has planned to travel by air to a tour or
lodging facility that can also be accessed by ground transportation, there will be no refund if the air transportation is cancelled
and the client chooses not to access the tour or lodging facility by ground transportation. There are no refunds if a tour operates
but the client decides due to weather or any other reason not to participate. We strongly recommend travel insurance to help
protect against unforeseen circumstances.
Responsibility and Acknowledgement of Risk
Entrée Canada Destinations, Inc., doing business as Entrée Alaska, Entrée Northwest and Entrée Yachts (collectively “ECD”)
acts only as agent for the various independent suppliers that provide overnight accommodations, transportation, sightseeing,
activities, or other services connected with the tours it arranges. Such services are subject to the terms and conditions of those
suppliers as well as those contained herein. By my signature below, I hereby release and discharge ECD and its respective
owners and employees from and against any and all liability arising from my participation in any tour arranged by ECD on my
behalf. I agree that ECD has no liability whatsoever for any injury, damage, loss, accident, delay, or any other incident which
may caused by the negligence, defect, default of any company or person in performing these services; and in consideration of
the benefits I receive from ECD services, I fully release ECD from all such liabilities or claims. As the parent or legal guardian of
any children under 18 years of age that may be traveling with me, I release and discharge ECD on their behalf as well in this
regard. ECD reserves the right to alter the itinerary or cancel portions of the tour as current conditions may require. ECD and its
suppliers are not responsible for cancellations or any expenses due to delays, weather conditions or mechanical breakdowns, or
for any increase in costs effective after the quote and confirmation of the itinerary.




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Identification and Immigration
Clients are advised to travel with government issued identification and proof of citizenship for all party members at all times. For
itineraries that cross international boundaries, passports are strongly recommended and may be required for entry/reentry.
Parents traveling with children and/or infants are advised to travel with identification and proof of citizenship for each child. If
crossing an international border when both parents are not present, the traveling parent may be required to provide a notarized
statement from the other parent allowing the child to travel out of the country. Failure to provide such evidence may prevent entry
into that country. Past felony convictions may disqualify individuals from entry into foreign countries. Clients are advised that a
D.W.I. (Driving While Intoxicated), or D.U.I. (Driving under the Influence) may be considered a felony in other countries, including
Canada. It is the client’s sole responsibility to ensure the immigration eligibility of all traveling party members for any foreign
countries included in this itinerary.
Travel Insurance
We strongly recommend that our clients obtain insurance to protect their vacation investment.

                ALL TRAVELING ADULTS AGE 18 OR OLDER MUST PRINT THEIR NAME AND SIGN BELOW
       (Note: If more than two adults are traveling, please make or request additional copies of these Terms & Conditions)

I have read, understand and accept all of the Terms and Conditions above. I also accept these Terms and Conditions on behalf
of any minors traveling with me for whom I am the parent or legal guardian.

_____________________________________                    _______________________________________                 _____________
Printed Name                                             Signature                                               Date

_____________________________________                    _______________________________________                 _____________
Printed Name                                             Signature                                                Date

Primary Name on Booking (John Smith, etc,) _______________________________________________


                                   ******************************************************
                                                FOR PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD

                   IF THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING FOR THE ARRANGEMENTS DETAILED IN
                   THIS PROPOSAL DESIRES TO USE A CREDIT CARD, THEY MUST ALSO SIGN BELOW.

I have read, understand and accept all of the Terms and Conditions above and hereby authorize my credit card below to be
charged the amounts specified in this proposal. If an initial Deposit is being made, I further authorize the Final Payment to be
charged to this card 90 days prior to travel. I also authorize the use of this card to pay for future additions I may make to this
itinerary.

Name on Card ____________________________________ Signature ______________________________________

Please Note: The below information may be provided by telephone to your Entrée Alaska Travel Consultant if you prefer.

Card Type:         _____ Visa          _____ Mastercard            _____ American Express

Card Number ____________________________________                 Expiration ___________        Security Code ___________

Billing Address ____________________________________________________________________________________

                         PLEASE RETURN THIS COMPLETED FORM BY FAX TO: 360-221-2767

COMPONENTS IN THIS PROPOSAL WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED UNTIL THIS COMPLETED FORM IS ON FILE FOR
         EACH TRAVELING ADULT AND DEPOSIT OR FULL PAYMENT HAS BEEN RECEIVED.




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