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Join us on a Princess Alaska Cruise Tour

Denali Tour: Sept 10, 2024 / Cruise: Sept 14, 2024

Alaska is an awe-inspiring and unspoiled wilderness of immense scale and diversity. It's where passion for the outdoors is set free, and appreciation for unspoiled beauty deepens. Alaska is a land of epic emotions.

Whether you want to connect with the outdoors, explore towns rich in character and history, or watch brown bears fish in the world's most extensive salmon run, this is an Alaska cruise. You'll experience scenery that will stop you in your tracks, and you'll not just see but feel the majestic mountains, glaciers, fjords, crystal-clear lakes, and waterfalls.

Your vacation kicks off as you fly into Anchorage on Friday, the 13th of September. It's a day ahead of your cruise, and Anchorage is a place where city life and the wild blend seamlessly. There's no need to choose one over the other because they're both a part of daily life here. Anchorage lives under the constant glow of the midnight sun and the dancing auroras.

You'll have an evening to enjoy and soak in the unique vibes of Anchorage. Then, on Saturday, return to the airport and board your Princess Coach Bus for a delightful one-hour ride to Whittier. This journey takes you through beautiful backcountry landscapes, passing by breathtaking waterfalls and tranquil lakes. And all of this is just a prelude to meeting your cruise ship in Whittier, where your board your ship.

On this 7-day cruise of the Glaciers, we sail past the iconic glaciers of Glacier Bay National Park*, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Add depth to your experience with a second viewing at Hubbard Glacier —the longest tidewater glacier in North America. We'll visit the towns of Icy Strait, Juneau, and Ketchikan before ending our adventure in Vancouver.

Want to see it all? In addition to the cruise, there is an optional four-day Pre-Cruise Land Package to Denali, the largest mountain in North America. (This package includes all transportation and lodging.)


Princess® offers Alaska cruise activities like no other. Princess Cruises, voted the Best Cruise Line in Alaska 16 years running by Travel Weekly, is making the #1 cruise vacation experience in Alaska even better. Our North to Alaska program, Gold Award winner in Travel Weekly’s prestigious Magellan Awards, brings local personalities, culture, and cuisine onboard and ashore to immerse you in all things Alaska.

Fresh Alaska Seafood!

In the spirit of the wild, untamed Great Land, Princess offers a variety of fresh Alaska Seafood on board, including king crab, king salmon, and halibut. Not only will there be a dedicated Alaska cuisine-themed night in the main dining rooms, but there will also be a special Alaska menu in the Alaska menu in select specialty restaurants, on board.

Local Dives!

Princess is partnering with some of the best local eateries in Alaska to provide true Alaska favorites onboard in our top deck grill including crab cakes from Tracy’s King Crab Shack in Juneau, fish tacos from the Alaska Fish House in Ketchikan, and seafood chowder from the Bonanza Bar & Grill in Skagway.

Puppies in the Piazza

Some of Skagway’s newest sled dogs come aboard! Snap a picture with the puppies and meet their dog handlers, who will be training them for a life of dog mushing.

Tales from the

Deadlest Catch

From the popular Discovery Channel program, Deadliest Catch, Captain David Lethin and his shipmates from The Aleutian Ballad relate their true-life adventures and experiences in the Bering Sea in pursuit of crab.

Experience the Aurora Borealis

Step inside a planetarium in the Princess Theater for a front row seat to the region’s colorful light display. While we can’t guarantee that you’ll see the real spectacle, we can promise that our Northern Lights Planetarium will display just as much wonder and awe. Sit back, relax and stargaze while sailing to your next destination.


Alaska Ports & Shore Excursions

Alaska Ports & Shore Excursions


Arrive in Anchorage

Overnight at Capt Hook Hotel

Travel to Mt McKinley Princess Lodge. Afternoon Evening to Explore

Travel to Denali Princess Lodge. Afternoon Evening to Explore

Day 1 One Night

Day 2 Travel to Princess Wilderness Lodge

Day 2, 3 & 4 Exploring Denali Nation Park

Princess Express Clear Dome Rail Cars To Whittier to Board Ship

Day 5 Scenic Rail to Whittier to Board Your Ship 6:00 pm




More About Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Lodge Points Of Interest


Talkeetna was originally the site of a Tanaina Indian village and was settled as a mining town in 1896. Today, this small distinctive community is probably the best location to view Denali.

Denali State Park

Denali State Park covers 325,240 acres north of Anchorage and south of Denali National Park. It boasts a landscape that varies from meandering lowland streams to alpine tundra.

Rivers - Talkeetna, Susitna & ChulitnaThe Talkeetna and Chulitna Rivers join the Susitna River at Talkeetna, an Indian (Tanaina) word meaning ''river of plenty''. On these waterways, serene beauty and abundant wildlife abound.


Glaciers cover one million acres or one-sixth of Denali National Park. The most massive glaciers in the park drain snow and ice from the flanks of Denali.

Sled Dog Experience

Experience provides an in-depth look at the world of dog mushing and the Iditarod, Alaska's great sled dog race, including the training, racing, and breeding of these champion sled dogs.

Alaska Homesteading

After the U.S. purchased Alaska, farmers, miners, and wilderness pioneers began claiming land. Until 1986, homesteading remained a viable method of settling Alaska.

Gold Panning

Just as the lure of gold brought the miners to Alaska over 100 years ago, it still does today. Learn how to pan for gold and how gold mining has progressed through the years.

More About Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge

Points Of Interest

Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali National Park and Preserve is home to six million acres and preserves not only Denali but also the pristine alpine terrain and abundant wildlife in the surrounding lands.


Glaciers cover one million acres or one-sixth of Denali National Park. The most massive glaciers in the park drain snow and ice from the flanks of Denali.

Nenana River Gorge

Starting from its glacial headwaters high in the Alaska Range, the Nenana cuts north through the mountains alongside Denali National Park, offering several major rapids and thrilling whitewater rafting.

Stampede Trail

The Stampede Trail was a mining trail blazed in the 1930s. Today, what is now known as Stampede Road begins near the Nenana River and is popular with travelers on foot, bicycle, and snow machine.

Sled Dog Experience

Our tours provide an in-depth look at the world of dog mushing and the Iditarod, Alaska's great sled dog race, including the training, racing, and breeding of these champion sled dogs.

Alaska Tundra

Alaska's arctic tundra is found in Alaska's interior toward its northern or western coast. It's treeless and often bitter cold, and dotted with small lakes, or divided into strange geometric patterns.

Black Diamond Peak

Black Diamond Peak promises dramatic views of the entire Healy Valley and a chance to witness foxes, rabbits, and the occasional wolf, bear, or caribou.

Cruise Packages:

Save on the Things You're Gonna Do Anyway

It Pays to Plus℠ , so get added value by upgrading to Princess Plus℠ or Princess Premier℠.

(Guests Sharing a Cabin must purchase the identical upgraded package. See Terms and Conditions)

Overall Savings of 54%!

Savings are based on a 7-day cruise

Your Cost: $60

per day per guest

Overall Savings of 66%!

Savings are based on a 7-day cruise.

Your Cost: $80

per day per guest

Please, contact me for more information, current cabin pricing, or to book.

Aqua Breeze Vacations LLC

Kelly Ireland

Owner / Travel Consultant