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Relax for 7-nights and enjoy the epic Alaskan scenery from aboard one of Princess Cruise lines lovely ships. Cruise through Northern splendor, including the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay. Enjoy four nights at stunning Princess’ Lodges and Hotels. Ride a Luxury Domed Rail to Denali viewing incredible landscapes from glass-ceiling railcars and open aired observation platforms as guides provide expert commentary. Travel deep into Denali National Park for the best opportunities to view the region’s wildlife. Explore Alaska’s gorgeous capital, Juneau. Visit Ketchikan, the “Salmon Capital of the World.” Enjoy lively entertainment and a hearty feast at the Music of Denali Dinner Theater. Explore vibrant Vancouver.
Map Your Journey
A park expert guides you on a Tundra Wilderness Tour deep into Denali National Park.
Enjoy an unforgettable rail journey to Whittier in a luxury domed railcar.
Relax aboard a 7-night cruise and travel through Glacier Bay, where travelers can go back in time to the Ice Age.
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Pre and Post Tour Extensions. Start and end your vacation rested.
Post-night stay in Seattle, Washington.
Further explore or revisit Seattle’s numerous cultural offerings.
Day 1: Anchorage, Alaska - Tour Begins
Your tour opens in Anchorage, in the great state of Alaska. On this adventure we bring together the best of both land and sea.
Hotel: Hotel Captain Cook
Day 2: Anchorage - Denali State Park
We begin our journey with a drive along the dazzling George Parks Highway, an attraction unto itself. You may catch your first views of incredible Denali along the way. A stop will be made in Talkeetna to visit the shops and see what is referred to as Alaskan small-town flavor. Once we arrive at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, the mountain is visible from nearly anywhere on the property (on a clear day). Take in incredible views while relaxing on their amazing deck.
Hotel: Mckinley Princess Wilderness Hotel
Day 3: Denali National Park
Today you head to the train station to begin an unforgettable journey to Denali. Enjoy every moment inside your luxury domed railcar. View the incredible landscape from glass-ceiling railcars and open-air observation platforms as rail guides provide expert commentary.
Day 4: Denali National Park
Travel deep into Denali National Park on the Tundra Wilderness Tour which affords the best opportunities to view the region’s wildlife. Learn about the history of the park and see why visiting Denali is one of the top three reasons that people visit Alaska. Enjoy an evening of entertainment at the Music of Denali Dinner Theater where you’ll hear the dramatic story of the first ascent of Denali.
Day 5: Denali National Park - Whittier - Board Cruise Ship
Begin your day with a scenic drive along the Alaska Range. Pass the amazing Turnagain Arm, a deep glacial fjord, and arrive in the port of Whittier. Once in Whittier, embark the ship to begin your 7-night Princess cruise aboard a fabulous floating resort designed to make your stay onboard truly memorable. You will be dazzled by the entertainment in the state-of-the-art lounges and a myriad of dining options. While on board, breakfast, lunch, dinner and nightly entertainment are included.
Hotel: Princess Cruises
Day 6: Cruising - Hubbard Glacier
Your ship cruises past the mammoth Hubbard Glacier, one of Alaska’s advancing glaciers. Have your camera ready as today is filled with amazing natural sights as you linger along its shimmering five-mile long face.
Day 7: Cruising - Glacier Bay
Cruise through Glacier Bay, a spectacular national park and preserve that is a treasure trove of tidewater glaciers and scenic coastal islands. Its rich world of marine life and large concentration of tidewater glaciers is Alaska at its best.
Day 8: Cruising - Skagway
Relive Alaska's Gold Rush days in this “Gateway to the Klondike” and home of the famed Chilkoot Trail. In historic Skagway, Alaska’s past lives on in a spectacular natural setting and cries of “gold in the Yukon!” can still be heard.
Day 10: Cruising - Ketchikan
Your port of call today is Ketchikan, known as the “Salmon Capital of the World” and the “City of Totems.” Located on the tranquil Revillagigedo Island, Ketchikan is home to the world’s largest collection of totem poles.
Day 11: Cruising - Inside Passage
A wonderful day of sightseeing awaits as your ship sails along the amazing Inside Passage, an extensive stretch of land known for its natural beauty and abundant wildlife. You will be awestruck with this natural wonder.
Day 12: Vancouver, B.C. - Disembark Cruise - Seattle, WA Airport Area
Your cruise ends in the vibrant city of Vancouver. Choose an optional city tour featuring Stanley Park, Chinatown and Gastown, home to the world-famous steam-powered clock. Or, explore this lovely city on your own. Next, board your coach for the drive to the Seattle airport area for an overnight stay.
Hotel: Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport
Day 13: Seattle Airport Area - Tour Ends
Your tour comes to a close today, leaving you with many wonderful memories of your vacation to the last of the great frontiers.
Things to know
Tour Activity Level
This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground and cobblestoned streets.
Seattle and Vancouver are 3 hours behind and Alaska is 4 hours behind Eastern Standard Time.
The highest point on this tour is 3,200 feet.
The currency in the United States is the United States Dollar; in Canada, the currency is the Canadian Dollar.
For electricity, both the United States and Canada use 120 Volts.
Alaska is 4 hours behind Eastern Standard Time; Yukon Territory, Vancouver and Seattle are 3 hours behind Eastern Standard Time.
An adaptor (which changes the physical plug) and/or converter (which changes the electric current) are necessary if you plan to use an appliance with voltage different from the standard within the country you are visiting. Please note, if your appliance has dual voltage you may still need an adaptor for the plug. When packing your electronic items for travel, please review the converter electric current level to make sure it is the same or greater than the items you are planning on using. If you plan on utilizing or transporting a sleep apnea machine, please remember to pack an extension cord and adapter plug to ensure proper function.
Highest elevation included on tour 3200 feet, Denali National Park.
DATES May - September
PRICES From approx $3,664 US
per person double occupancy
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