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  • Alaska Denali Park Tour Options - Explore Denali National Park on one of four Denali Park Tours
     
  • To travel Alaska is to take a journey unlike any other!

  • Emerald forests, Icebergs

    Soaring eagles

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Deluxe Escorted Alaska Land + Sea Vacations (Cruisetours)

Fully experience Alaska, discover its interior from Anchorage to Fairbanks and Denali National Park in between. On an Alaska cruise, you'll journey along the southeast coastline of Alaska, experiencing its glaciers, nature's ever-changing and fragile masterpieces. But on an Alaska Land & Sea Vacation you'll uncover so much more, by combining a seven-night Alaska sailing with a small-group tour into its magnificent inland destinations. Stay in the finest available lodges and embark on remote roads and railways in deluxe transportation.

 

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Deluxe escorted tours providing the highest level of service with

all meals at sea & most meals

on land included!

The ultimate Alaska vacation! Hosted by a tour director with most meals included and enhanced sightseeing, these vacations feature the highest level of service. Visit not only Denali but also other legendary locales like Copper River and/or the Kenai Peninsula.

Get the most from your visit to Alaska
Venture deep into Alaska by combining an Alaska cruise with a land tour, allowing you to explore mesmerizing regions far beyond the coastline. Alaska is home to vibrant local cultures and many hidden treasures. All Deluxe Connoisseur level Alaska Land & Sea Vacations are escorted by Alaska's expert guides , known as tour directors who share their in-depth knowledge of the history, wildlife, geology and more so you get the most from your visit to America's 'Last Frontier.'

Here are some things you can expect on a Deluxe Escorted Cruisetour:

  • 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise

  • 2 or more nights in the Denali area

  • Options to visit the stunning Kenai Peninsula and/or epic Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

  • Direct-to-the-Wilderness or Princess Alaska rail service

  • Stays in exclusive Princess Wilderness Lodges

  • Tundra Wilderness Tour into Denali National Park

  • Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise and Gold Dredge 8 Tour in Fairbanks (if applicable)

Learn More About These Deluxe Escorted Tours Below....

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"Marvel at sunlight at midnight and close-ups of whales, eagles and caribou. Delight in Denali's (formerly known as Mt. McKinley )majesty and meadows carpeted with wildflowers.  Amid unsurpassed grandeur and serenity, the true wilderness of Denali is calling. Catch sight of a humpback whale or wolf pups frolicking in the snow.  Alaska is as rustic and romantic as one could ever imagine. Whales, Wonders and Wilderness"

Denali Park Tour Options

Explore Denali National Park on one of four Denali Park Tours

 

For many Alaska visitors, Denali National Park is a must-see. At over six million acres of unspoiled wilderness, this Alaska treasure is unrivaled for wildlife viewing including spotting "The Big 5": brown bear, moose, caribou, wolves and Dall sheep, or glimpsing the soaring peak of Denali, the centerpiece of Denali National Park. Choose your own park tour! Most Princess Alaska cruisetours include a tour into Denali National Park, plus Princess offers the flexibility to choose your preferred experience from four unique tour options. If your cruisetour does not include a Denali Park tour, you can reserve it separately by calling us at 800.365.1445. Park tour options include: Denali Natural History Tour, Tundra Wilderness Tour, Eielson Excursion and Kantishna Experience Tour.
 

Denali Natural History Tour

Duration: Approximately 5 hours
2017 Price: $99 per person

Tour Highlights:

  • Fully narrated tour that focuses on the rich history of Denali National Park
  • Travels to the Teklanika River (Mile 30), for scenic and wildlife viewing opportunities
  • Stop at Savage Cabin to visit a rustic, back-country shelter used by rangers for decades
  • Experience an Alaskan Native Presentation at Primrose Ridge
  • Possible opportunity to see Denali (weather permitting)

Recommended For:

  • Passengers who are interested in Denali's history, culture and nature
  • Passengers who have limited time in Denali and want to more thoroughly experience their lodge and/or land excursions
  • Passengers who prefer to have more free time in Denali
 
 

Tundra Wilderness Tour

Duration: Approximately 8 1/2 hours
2017 Price: $165 per person

Tour Highlights:

  • Comprehensive, fully narrated tour that travels deep into Denali National park (Mile 63)
  • In-depth information about the history of the park with plentiful wildlife and photography opportunities
  • Travels over Sable Pass to scenic Stony Hill Overlook
  • Provides opportunities to see Denali (weather permitting)
  • Note: The Toklat Tundra Wilderness Tour is offered in the spring (May 20-May 31 2017) when the park road is not fully accessible due to weather. The tour is 7.25 hours and travels 52 miles into the park to the Toklat River Rest stop. The price is $145 per person.

Recommended For:

  • Passengers with 2-night stays at Denali
  • Passengers who want a deep Denali Park experience
  • Passengers who enjoy motorcoach travel
 
Eielson Excursion
Duration: Approximately 9 1/2 hours
2017 Price: $180 per person

Tour Highlights:

  • Comprehensive, fully narrated tour that travels deep into Denali National Park (Mile 66)
  • In-depth information about the history of the park with plentiful wildlife and photography opportunities
  • Travels over Sable Pass to scenic Stony Hill Overlook
  • Stops at Eielson Visitors Center
  • Provides opportunities to see Denali (weather permitting)
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    Recommended For:

  • Passengers with 2-night stays at Denali
  • Passengers who want a deep Denali Park experience
  • Passengers who prefer to have more free time in Denali
  • Passengers who enjoy motorcoach travel
 
 

Kantishna Experience

Duration: Approximately 11-12 hours
2017 Price: $239 per person

Tour Highlights:

  • All day tour that travels to the end of the park road (Mile 91)
  • This tour is guided by a certified Interpretive guide driver/naturalist
  • Explore the old gold mining town of Kantishna and learn about its history
  • Stop at the restored home of Fannie Quigley and learn about the early settlers
  • A National Park Service Interpretive Ranger will join the tour at Wonder Lake
  • Abundant opportunities for wildlife viewing
  • Possible opportunities to see Denali (weather permitting)
  • Limited space availability
  • Note: This tour does not operate when the park road is not fully accessible due to weather

Recommended For:

  • Passengers with 2-night stays at Denali
  • Passengers who want to travel to the end of the park road
  • Passengers who enjoy motorcoach travel
 
Other helpful information
  • To change the Denali Park tour on an existing Alaska cruisetour booking, please have your Travel Agent call Princess. The price difference will be applied to your booking. Changes must be made 14 days prior to departure
  • You may also choose to opt out of the tour altogether. The price will be credited to your booking
  • Don't wait; availability is limited. Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Not all requests can be accommodated
  • A snack and hot beverage is provided on the Natural History tour
  • Box lunches and beverages are provided on the Tundra Wilderness tour, Eielson Excursion and Kantishna Experience
  • Wheelchair accessible buses are available, and all stops are wheelchair accessible
  • Children under 4 years and/or 40 pounds are required to be in a child safety device (car seat) to ride on buses. Passengers must bring their own child safety device
  • Tour buses are school buses and are not equipped with restrooms. Buses will stop approximately every 90 minutes for restroom breaks
  • Park road is not paved and travels through beautiful Alaska wilderness - wildlife is not guaranteed
  • Privately owned vehicles are not permitted into the National Park
  • Suggested items to bring include warm clothes, rainwear, insect repellant, camera, binoculars, and personal medications as necessary

 

 

Revel in Alaska's most charming towns and set sight on Alaska's abundant wildlife in their natural habitats, from breaching 40-ton humpback whales, roaming bears and soaring bald eagles*. See Majestic Glaciers & Denali on a Land & Sea Vacation! It's a journey equal parts exhilarating and inspiring. Consider the ultimate Alaska land and sea vacation, featuring a tour director escort, personal service and most meals on land included. Spend 5 to 8 nights on land at Princess wilderness lodges visiting Denali and perhaps, sensational places like Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and/or the Kenai Peninsula. 

Our Adventure Alaska Vacations (AVA), offer an immersive new destination experience that transforms what may once have been a passing encounter with people, places and cultures into something vibrant, illuminating, even perhaps life-changing. Let us introduce our dedicated Team of Certified Alaska Travel Experts that with just one phone call, [ 800.365.1445 ] review local culture and history with customized guidance for each Alaska destination. Guests can ask advice from our Certified Alaska Travel Experts about the best tours, most popular sites and where to go to feel like a local so each destination can be explored to its fullest. These specially trained experts shape the story of each journey by providing informative tips, fielding questions and engage guests far beyond what the average travel agent or cruise line call center reservationist.  Our Team of Certified Alaska Travel Experts bring each locale, such as Skagway, Ketchikan, Juneau, Fairbanks, Anchorage, Glacier Bay, Talkeetna, Haines, Sitka, Denali, Cooper River or Kenai to life by digging deeper, beyond facts and figures. Guests will learn some of the local customs, hear interesting tales and gain extensive insight into each port of call.

Ready to get started planning your perfect Alaska vacation? Call us today at 800.365.1445. The call is free and so is the advice.  Want to learn more? Check out the itinerary details below, or just click & play 2018 "This Is Alaska" Video

Deluxe Alaska Land + Sea Vacation Features

  • 7 Day Cruise
  • 5-8 Nights on land
  • Highest level of service
  • Escorted by a Tour Director
  • Most meals on land included, All meals included at sea
  • Princess Alaska rail service
  • At least two nights at Denali  >> Denali Park Tour Options
  • Options to Kenai and/or Wrangell-St. Elias National park
  • Includes Fairbanks and/or Anchorage
  • Tundra Wilderness Tour into Denali National Park
  • Select sightseeing excursions included

 

Voyage of the Glaciers

7 Day Voyage of the Glaciers Cruise

Enjoy a scenic cruise from Vancouver to Anchorage (Whittier),

with gold rush-era ports and breathtaking glaciers

Our Voyage of the Glaciers sailing is the top-rated Alaska cruise vacation and with good reason. This comprehensive itinerary sails north through the British Columbia and Alaska portions of the Inside Passage for more stunning scenery at every turn. Cruise over 500 miles farther north across the Gulf of Alaska and into Prince William Sound. Along the way, you'll visit gold rush-era ports and enjoy two spectacular glacier viewing experiences - including Glacier Bay National Park and  College Fjord! Choose a one-way cruise to Alaska from Anchorage to Vancouver with Princess.

 

Things to do and see

  • Glacier Bay National Park
  • Hubbard Glacier or College Fjord
  • Alaska & British Columbia portions of Inside Passage
  • Alaska enrichment programs
  • National Park Rangers in Glacier Bay
  • Juneau, state capital
  • Historic Ketchikan
  • Frontier-flavored Skagway

 

 

 

Open Air Viewing Rail Platforms

Direct-to-the-Wilderness Alaska Rail Service

 

No other cruisetours offers it - Direct-to-the-Wilderness Alaska rail service on most itineraries. Step directly off your Princess ship onto a waiting rail car that delivers you the very same day to your Princess Wilderness Lodge, without needless time spent in transfers. Which means you get more time in the wilderness. When you reach the Alaska wilderness, you'll want to experience as much as  possible, which is why we built and operate exclusive Princess Wilderness Lodges on the doorsteps of legendary national parks. They are the perfect home base for exploring the Great Land.
 

Things to do and see

  • A Princess exclusive
  • Same-day, ship-to-lodge transit
  • Offers more time in Alaska wilderness
  • Glass-domed rail cars
  • Open-air viewing platforms
  • Onboard rail guides
  • Signature Alaska cuisine
  • Trademark Princess service
 
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Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge

 

Located just one mile from the entrance to Denali National Park, this lodge is your base camp for adventure. It features an expansive campus of lodging and amenities, including a Great Room with 30-foot high glass windows for stunning views and a spacious deck overlooking the Nenana River. Here guests can go on tours into Denali National Park, raft the Nenana River, experience a thrilling helicopter flightseeing trip, or just enjoy the main lodge and setting. Shuttle service is offered between the lodge and the Denali National Park Visitors Center, the Wilderness Access Center and Horseshoe Lake.

 

Things to do and see

  • Denali
  • Denali National Park and Preserve
  • Glaciers
  • Nenana River Gorge
  • Stampede Trail
  • Sled Dog Experience
  • Alaska Tundra
  • Black Diamond Peak
 
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Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge (Talkeetna)

 

Located in Denali State Park just 41 miles from the peak of Denali, the mountain, the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness lodge offers spectacular views of the Alaska Range, including both Denali, North America's tallest peak at 20,310 feet, and Mt. Foraker. This is the only lodge where you can view Denali, either from its viewing decks, walking trails or in the cozy Great Room, which features a massive freestanding rock fireplace and enormous floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the dramatic scenery.

 

Things to do and see

  • Denali
  • Talkeetna
  • Denali State Park
  • Rivers - Talkeetna, Susitna & Chulitna
  • Glaciers
  • Sled Dog Experience
  • Alaska Homesteading
  • Gold Panning
 
credit: Wayne Caroll Photography

 

 

Anchorage, Alaska

 

Now is the best time to visit Anchorage, Alaska. From the sparkling waters of Cook Inlet to the tallest peaks of the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage encompasses incredible adventures and metropolitan appeals that are larger than life. With 1,500 moose, incredible national parks nearby and 60 glaciers a short drive away, it's a dream destination in Alaska. Anchorage is one of National Geographic Traveler's "Best of the World" destinations for 2017. Photo Credit: Wayde Carroll Photography

 

Things to do and see

  • Prince William Sound
  • Glaciers
  • Bear Viewing
  • Moose
  • Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Anchorage Museum
  • Chugach National Forest
 

 

 

Fairbanks

Chase the Aurora or Bask in the Midnight Sun

At 64 degrees north latitude, the sky takes on a capricious life of its own- a canvas for the aurora borealis, the midnight sun and sunsets and sunrises that last forever. Here there are serious mountain ranges, pristine rivers and lakes, abundant wildlife and a certain poignant solitude that is found nowhere else on earth. Locals embrace the natural world and have created a vibrant river city in the far north. Where else can you travel to such a remote locale and still enjoy all the amenities of a charming downtown, a thriving arts community, rich Alaska Native culture, authentic Alaskan activities and attractions and endless opportunities for exploration?
 

Things to do and see

  • Arctic Circle
  • Riverboat Discovery
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline
  • Gold Dredge # 8
  • Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum
  • Chena Hot Springs & Ice Museum
  • Pioneer Park
  • Native Cultures
 
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Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge

 

Soak in the natural beauty of the Kenai Peninsula, known to locals as "Alaska's Playground." At the lodge, unwind by the wood-burning stove in your bungalow - style guest room or savor the natural beauty from an expansive deck that overlooks the turquoise Kenai River.

 

Things to do and see

  • Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Kenai Rivers (Kenai & Kasilof)
  • Exit Glacier
  • Alaska Sealife Center
  • Sled Dog Experience
  • Gold Panning
  • Chugach National Forest
  • Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
 
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Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge

 

This lodge, with decor recalling the region's mining heritage, is perched on a bluff overlooking Wrangell-St. Elias - America's largest national park and home to nine of the country's 16 highest peaks. Relax in the spectacular Wrangell Room or on the patio and take in the breathtaking scenery or fish for the prized Copper River salmon. Located just four miles from the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park visitor's center, the lodge has sweeping views of Mt. Drum, Mt. Wrangell and Mt. Blackburn. Take a rafting trip on the Gulkana River, arrange a flightseeing tour or visit the abandoned Kennicott copper mines.

 

Things to do and see

  • Wrangell St. Elias National Park
  • Copper River
  • Kennicott & McCarthy
  • Prince William Sound
  • Valdez
  • Worthington Glacier
  • Thompson Pass
  • Sled Dog Experience
 
Princess Rail

 

 

Princess Alaska Rail

 

Princess Rail is offered on most land & sea vacations, featuring glass - domed rail cars, open - air observation platforms to take in all the wilderness, onboard rail guides providing expert commentary and trademark Princess service. There is also full beverage service and delicious cuisine is available for purchase while onboard.

 

Things to do and see

  • Glass-domed rail cars
  • Open-air viewing platforms
  • Onboard rail guides
  • Signature Alaska cuisine
  • Trademark Princess service

 

Couple on Alaska Enrichment Tour

 

 

 

North To Alaska Enrichment Programs

 

Princess Cruises offers an Alaska experience like no other. Our Gold Magellan award-winning North to Alaska program brings local personalities, culture and cuisine onboard and ashore to immerse you in all things Alaska. From fresh Alaska seafood and a Klondike festival to guest speakers from Discovery's Deadliest Catch, you'll have the opportunity to see, feel and taste the best of the Great Land right on board.

 

Things to do and see

  • Iditarod champion Libby Riddles
  • Lumberjack presentation
  • Puppies in the Piazza
  • Gold Rush Klondike Festival
  • Fresh Alaska seafood
  • National Park Rangers and naturalists
  • Alaska storytellers & authors

 

Itinerary, Rates and Dates

Cruising Alaska is about more than just moments. Cruising Alaska is about memories that last forever!

"Say Alaska and a variety of images and impressions come to mind: towering mountains, watchable wildlife, icy blue glaciers, endless wilderness, vibrant Native culture, leaping salmon, hardy outdoors; America's last frontier. Often, visiting Alaska has as much to do with what people may feel as with what they will see. There is a mystique that surrounds Alaska. To some it represents a dream, a trip of a life time, a life altering event, a chance to reach out and touch something inside themselves that is wild and beautiful like they imagine Alaska to be."

Our job is to put that dream - or as much as possible of it - within reach of you.

Alaskan cruising is affordable, only the memories are priceless! When it comes to planning your trip, Alaskan Cruises & Land and Sea Vacations are more economical than you might think. With a wide range of options and choices, there's a cruise or cruise tour to suit most any budget.

Great Deals are just a phone call away!

The rates you find for Alaska Cruises and Cruise tours at this website may not reflect the lowest rate available !
Special promotions may be in effect for your departure that could include as an example, FREE Cabin Upgrades, FREE Onboard Spending Money. FREE Shore Excursions Cash, FREE Gratuities, Specialty Dining, Kids Sailing at Reduced Rates, Reduced Deposit Requirements, Fare Discounts and other FREE amenities.

Plus, Military service discounts

Not every sailing has one or more of these Bonus Extra's. So, you will need to call us to find out if your departure includes any of these promotional offers. Call today 800.365.1445
Special Mini-Group rates for 3 couples or more. Friends & Family groups save even more !
 

Featured Tours

Find More Tours - Browse All 26 Alaska Land & Sea Vacations

12 Days - 5 Ports
Deluxe Escorted - Tour OB5

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From Anchorage to Vancouver
Tour first (5 days), then Cruise (7 days)
Ships: Coral Princess | Island Princess | Golden Princess


Cruise: 7 Day Voyage of the Glaciers

Land Tour: Anchorage | Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Lodge (talkeetna) | Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge | Whittier
Cruise Ports: Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska | Hubbard Glacier, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Skagway, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Vancouver, British Columbia

 
Interior Stateroom Rates** starting from:
$2,419.00*( interior )  to $3,419.00*( balcony ) to $3,369.00*( mini-suite ) per person. **Rates vary by departure date. Rates go up as the Summer goes on.
Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $262.18*
 

26 - 2018 Departure Dates
2018
May 11* , 18 , 21 , 25 Jun 01 , 04 , 08 , 15 , 18 , 22 , 29 Jul 02 , 06 , 13 , 16 , 20 , 27 , 30 Aug 03 , 10 , 13 , 17 , 24 , 27 , 31 Sep 07
 

Special Offers, Discounts, Early Booking Pricing, Bonus Extras Available

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15 Days - 5 Ports
Deluxe Escorted - Tour RB8

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From Fairbanks to Vancouver
Tour first (8 days), then Cruise (7 days)
Ships: Coral Princess | Star Princess | Island Princess | Golden Princess


Cruise: 7 Day Voyage of the Glaciers

Land Tour: Fairbanks | Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge | Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Lodge (talkeetna) | Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge | Whittier
Cruise Ports: Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska | Hubbard Glacier, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Skagway, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Ketchikan, Alaska | Vancouver, British Columbia

 
Interior Stateroom Rates** starting from:
$3,219.00*( interior )  to $4,319.00*  ( balcony ) to $4,419.00* ( mini-suite ) per person. **Rates vary by departure date. Rates go up as the Summer goes on.
Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $262.18*
 

35 - 2018 Departure Dates
2018
May 08* , 11 , 15 , 18 , 22 , 25 , 29 Jun 01 , 05 , 08 , 12 , 15 , 19 , 22 , 26 , 29 Jul 03 , 06 , 10 , 13 , 17 , 20 , 24 , 27 , 31 Aug 03 , 07 , 10 , 14 , 17 , 21 , 24 , 28 , 31 Sep 04
 
 

Special Offers, Discounts, Early Booking Pricing, Bonus Extras Available

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15 Days - 5 Ports
Deluxe Escorted - Tour SA8


From Vancouver to Fairbanks
Cruise first (7 days), then Tour (8 days)
Ships: Golden Princess


Cruise: 7 Day Voyage of the Glaciers

Cruise Ports: Vancouver, British Columbia | Ketchikan, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | College Fjord, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska
Land Tour: Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge | Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge | Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge | Fairbanks

 
Interior Stateroom rates** starting from:
$3,049.00*( interior ) to $4,149.00* ( balcony ) to $4,399.00*( mini-suite ) per person. **Rates vary by departure date. Rates go up as the Summer goes on.
Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $262.18*
 

8 - 2018 Departure Dates
2018
May 19* Jun 02 , 16 , 30 Jul 14 , 28 Aug 11 , 25
 

Special Offers, Discounts, Early Booking Pricing, Bonus Extras Available

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13 Days - 5 Ports
Deluxe Escorted - Tour PA6

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From Vancouver to Fairbanks
Cruise first (7 days), then Tour (6 days)
Ships: Coral Princess | Star Princess | Golden Princess


Cruise: 7 Day Voyage of the Glaciers

Cruise Ports: Vancouver, British Columbia | Ketchikan, Alaska | Juneau, Alaska | Skagway, Alaska | Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | College Fjord, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) | Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska
Land Tour: Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Lodge (talkeetna) | Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge | Fairbanks

 
Interior Stateroom rates** starting from:
$2,369.00( interior )  to $3,519.00*( balcony ) to $3,819.00*( mini-suite ) per person. **Rates vary by departure date. Rates go up as the Summer goes on.
Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $262.18*


26 - 2018 Departure Dates
2018
May 09* , 12 , 19 , 23 , 26 Jun 02 , 06 , 09 , 16 , 20 , 23 , 30 Jul 04 , 07 , 14 , 18 , 21 , 28 Aug 01 , 04 , 11 , 15 , 18 , 25 , 29 Sep 01
 

Special Offers, Discounts, Early Booking Pricing, Bonus Extras Available

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Travel Experts Specializing in Alaska
Someplace Familiar? Someplace New? Someplace Surprising? Whatever it is you want to do! While a cruise ship can take you just about anywhere you want to go, narrowing down all the options can often seem overwhelming.  That's where a little free unbiased advice goes a long way. Raye & Marty will help you find that cruise vacation you've been searching for, so you can enjoy the benefits of cruising that they've have experienced in more than three decades of cruising.  To get started, go here. Read their Alaska cruise plus land + sea vacation review, go here. Connect with like-minded Alaska cruise travelers that are actually experienced, having been there, and done that! They are eager to share their own stories about visiting Alaska, both from the sea and on the land. If you need help, have questions or want more information, talk to them. They are advocates who love Alaska,, it's people, wildlife, wonders and wilderness.

Why Alaska?
Up north there's a land without fences. Animals outnumber people, sunlight shines at midnight and nature reigns. Life is different. This northern frontier still boasts pristine landscapes, majestic wildlife and a coastline that is one of the most enthralling waterways in the world. Beyond Alaska's fortress-like glacier walls lie scenic ports of call, treasured national parks, and abundant wildlife, Including Wolf, Moose, Caribou, Eagles, Whales and Bear. With more than 1,400 miles north to south and 2,400 miles east to west, Alaska is truly a land of epic proportions.
If you are planning to cruise Alaska, adding a land tour offers you the ultimate experience and greater insight into the wonders of Alaska. The opportunity to take advantage of a range of enriching options to see the Great Land's glaciers, frontier towns, wildlife and national parks from the perspective of spectacular ships, exclusive rail service and wilderness lodges.

 

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  • Larry Seidler

    Island Princess

    Our trip was excellent. The room, with the upgrades, was amazing! We saw many eagles (bald and golden), one bear, many whales, including one breach, seals, one bear, one wolf, moose and caribou, and many smaller animals.. If we travelled during salmon run, we probably would have seen more bear and eagles. The scenery is to die for, the vistas spectacular. The ship was great; service, food, etc were all great. Thanks for everything.

  • Jill Silver

    Alaska Land + Sea Vacation

    Raye, first of all, I want to Thank You for all you did in arranging our Alaska land/cruise tour in May [2016]. We had a fantastic time and everything went so smoothly. The transfers, hotels, luggage moving, tours and everything was so organized that we couldn't have been happier. The thing I was most impressed with was getting our room keys and information before we ever got to the hotels/ship and not having to check in every time. Princess really has these procedures down to a science and I would recommend this land/cruise trip to anyone interested.

  • Walt Stout

    Coral Princess

    Pat and I returned from an 11 day trip to Alaska. Truly The Last Frontier. We had the pleasure of traveling with 6 of our very dear and close friends, Mike & Susie, Ron & Rachel and Craig & Diane. We saw incredible scenery, moose, mountain sheep and goats, humpback whales, dolphins, and a wolf. We examined Denali (aka Mt. McKinley ) up close and personal in a small airplane. We watched in awe the calving of the immense glaciers in Glacier Bay. The weather was absolutely beautiful.

"Awaken your love of the great outdoors when you experience the boundless splendor of the Alaska wilderness on board a cruise ship. Alaska: Mother Nature's piece de resistance. It is, quite simply, the world in its purest form. Imagine vast glacial fields juxtaposed against immense evergreen forests, infinite fields of wildflowers, and heady rushing waterfalls. Nowhere on earth is as diverse as The Last Frontier as seen in the summertime. Oh, and do not forget to pack your sun block. Summer temperatures in Alaska are mild and the days last well into the night."