14 Night / 15 Day Deluxe Alaska Cruise Tour!
Alaska is filled with scenic wonders - tall mountains and enormous glaciers, meadows where wildlife graze and hunt, Gold Rush-era frontier towns and some of the country's greatest national parks. Our Deluxe Alaska Cruise Tour will show you exactly the Alaska you most want to see!
Denali National Park, plus the Kenai Peninsula and Mt. McKinley. Enjoy the best features of our Denali Explorer vacation, including time at our Denali-area lodges, with adventures to breathtaking Alaska attractions beyond. Stay at Princess-owned wilderness lodges on the gorgeous Kenai Peninsula, Mt. McKinley and Denali areas.
Our Deluxe Alaska Cruise Tour combines a 7 night cruise and a 7 night land tour package. Featuring 2 nights at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge, 1 night at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, 2 nights at the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, and 2 nights in Fairbanks. Plus two glacier viewing experiences, including dazzling Glacier Bay National Park, and you'll visit the frontier ports of Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan. Princess also offers an array of optional land excursions, allowing you to experience the area in every way imaginable, from wildlife viewing to river rafting, kayaking, and more.
15 Day Deluxe Alaska Cruise Tour
Highlights: 7-night Voyage of the Glaciers cruise PLUS 7-night Land Tour featuring
2-nights Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge, 1-night Mt. McKinley Princess Lodge,
2-nights Denali Princess Lodge, 2-nights Fairbanks
15 Day Alaska Cruise Tour Itinerary:
Day 1 Vancouver, BC
Day 2 Inside Passage Cruising
Day 3 Ketchikan
Day 4 Juneau
Day 5 Skagway
Day 6 Glacier Bay National Park Cruising
Day 7 College Fjord Cruising
Day 8 Whittier / Kenai
Disembark in Whittier and travel by scenic motorcoach to the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge for a 2-night retreat. Dinner is included this evening at the Eagle Crest Restaurant.
Day 9 Kenai
A full day in the beauty of the Kenai Peninsula awaits you. Perhaps you'll explore Kenai Fjords National Park, spend the afternoon river rafting or go fishing. Later, you'll return to your bungalow-style room with its wood-burning stove and sun porch for an evening of pure relaxation.
Day 10 Kenai / Mt. McKinley
Sightsee by motorcoach to the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge for the night. Here you'll settle in with the namesake mountain never far from view. You can choose optional excursions or simply enjoy the grounds of your lovely lodge.
Day 11 Mt. McKinley / Denali
Between our two Denali lodges is some of Alaska's most beautiful scenery. Sightsee by motorcoach to the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge. Easy trails link the various places to shop and dine in this campus setting. And of course, no matter where you are, the natural splendor of the park is never far away.
Day 12 Denali
You have a full day to get our into one of America's best natural parks. Your morning is free to explore on your own, book an optional tour or just relax at the lodge. This afternoon, a Natural History Tour serves as a wonderful introduction to the animals, plants and geological features found in Denali National Park (or upgrade to the Tundra Wilderness Tour if interested).
Day 13 Denali / Fairbanks
Enjoy a leisurely morning before you board the luxury Princess Dome Train for a scenic journey to Fairbanks. Here you'll enjoy a 2-night stay. This frontier-flavored city offers one of the best windows into Alaska's past, combining Gold Rush history with Native culture and modern amenities.
Day 14 Fairbanks
This morning, take a Gold Dredge #8 tour with the chance to pan for your own gold. Enjoy a miner's lunch before taking a cruise on an authentic Sternwheeler Riverboat down the Chena River. The evening is at leisure in Fairbanks.
Day 15 Fairbanks
Your cruise tour ends this morning in Fairbanks.
May 12, 19, 26
June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
July 7, 14, 21, 28
August 4, 11, 18, 25
May 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30
June 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30
July 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28
August 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29
September 1, 5
From $1919 US
Optional Alaska activities are available to enhance your vacation! Enjoy a flightseeing excursion that takes you within six miles of Mt. McKinley Summit, enjoy a wilderness hike out of Mt. McKinley, whale watch and attend a salon bake in Juneau, see the Native tradition of totem carving in Ketchikan, ride the rails in Skagway, or take a wilderness trail ride in Denali State Park.
You'll stay in these beautiful Princess Wilderness Lodges:
Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge
This gorgeous Alaska lodge is the perfect starting point for your wilderness adventure. You haven't fully experienced Alaska unless you've been to Denali National Park. Its boundaries encompass an impressive six million acres - the size of the state of Massachusetts. Home to Mt. McKinley, North America's highest peak towers an unbelievable 20,320 feet in the sky. The Park hosts an array of wildlife from moose, caribou, Dall sheep and grizzly bears to gray wolves and red foxes. The Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the closest and most comfortable place to stay when visiting the park. The entrance to Denali National Park is located only a mile from our front door. With an expansive deck overlooking the Nenana River with views into the park, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends, and savor the exquisite landscape.
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge
Picture-perfect wilderness retreat just south of Alaska's Denali National Park. From the moment you arrive at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge in Denali State Park, you know you're somewhere special. Located south of the National Park near the Chulitna River, Mt. McKinley Lodge is a true wilderness retreat with a host of recreational activities, exceptional amenities, and awesome views of Mt. McKinley. Plan a day trip into Talkeenta or relax on the deck at the lodge after a walk on one of our many hiking trails. Our premier wilderness lodge has it all!
Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge
Located at Cooper Landing in the middle of the Kenai Peninsula, the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge is perched high above the beautiful turquoise waters of the Kenai River. The lodge is the base for many wilderness activities and the starting point for the scenic drive to Seward, gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Cooper Landing was first settled by the Kenaitze Indians, who set up fish camps along the upper Kenai River. More recently, Cooper Landing was the site of the first gold discovery in Alaska in 1848, the year before the California Gold Rush. Early Russians discovered the gold but proved more interested in the fur trade. From Cooper Landing, the Kenai River flows 75 miles before entering Cook Inlet. World-famous fishing, scenic float trips and hiking are all located just a short distance from the lodge's front door. Top-notch salmon is only steps away from this well-appointed Alaska lodge. Each of the bungalow-style rooms at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge has been designed for the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Vaulted ceilings made of naturally finished wood, cozy sitting areas with wood-burning stoves and private porches help make any occasion memorable. The perfect mix of tranquility and adventure characterizes your Kenai lodging experience.
All pricing above is in US Dollars, per person. Port charges & taxes are additional. Pricing is based on two people sharing and subject to availability. The "From" price listed on our website is for the May 12th departure date; other dates may have different pricing, please inquire. All pricing is based on availability and subject to change by the cruise line at any time. For more information please contact one of our Alaska Specialists!