†Return airport transfers included within a 50km radius (a surcharge will apply for further distances).
Gratuities will be automatically added to your onboard cruise account and may be adjusted or removed at your discretion onboard. These are approximately USD13.50, per guest, per day.
^Fly free offer valid on new bookings only until 31 May 2019 or until sold out and flight must be to your closest Australian capital city, subject to availability of selected flights on selected days for 1 flight only unless otherwise specified.
Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the perfect base camp for exploring Denali National Park. The name ''Denali'' means ''The Great One'' in the native Athabascan language. At 20,310 feet above sea level. Denali is the highest peak in North America and is surrounded by one of the world's most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries. Denali National Park is home to many types of wildlife including caribou, moose, wolves, Dall sheep, bald eagles, and the mighty grizzly bears. Leave it to Princess to offer excursions for all types of adventurers. Enjoy a scenic float down the Nenana River or an exhilarating jetboat safari. Play a round of golf in the Midnight Sun, or rise above it on a thrilling flightseeing tour. Hike in the backcountry, hoot and holler at the Music of Denali Dinner Theatre, or visit an Iditarod champion's dog kennel ... and hold the puppies! It's all up to you. Let us introduce you to Denali National Park - up close!
The native Alaskans called it Denali - ''The Great One'' - and you'll find towering Denali and the Alaska Range simply stunning. The lodge is located approximately one hour from the town of Talkeetna, which is nestled at the base of Denali and is also home to the Talkeetna, Chulitna & Susitna Rivers. Some residents say Talkeetna means "Where three rivers meet" but established in 1919 Talkeetna is now more known as the base camp for climbers preparing for their attempt to ascend Denali. The rail depot is in Talkeetna and several land excursion tours have convenient tour times that will coordinate with the Princess Rail schedule to avoid the unnecessary one hour transfer between the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge and Talkeetna for those guests arriving or departing by rail. Refer to each description for our recommendations as to how to book Talkeetna or lodge based tour options to maximize your stay at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge.
With our exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness® rail service, you’ll enjoy a spectacular 500-mile journey through the heart of Alaska that you might otherwise miss on other land vacations. Only Princess luxury rail service can take you between your ship and our Denali-area lodges all in the same day, for more time in the unspoiled Alaska wilderness – without the need for an overnight hotel stay en route. Along the way, you’ll take in breathtaking sights from glass-domed rail cars and our outdoor viewing platforms. In addition to the wildlife you’re bound to see, you won’t want to miss views of Denali, Hurricane Gulch, Turnagain Arm and dozens of picturesque rivers and meadows. You’ll enjoy fascinating commentary from our onboard rail guides, and perhaps you’ll visit the dining car for our signature Alaska Cuisine. Of course, trademark Princess service will be on hand every step of the way to ensure your journey is truly unforgettable.
This top-rated Alaska cruise takes you further north than most itineraries and includes the cultural and scenic attractions of the Alaska and British Columbia Inside Passage as well as the Gulf of Alaska, so you can see and experience more. A magnificent 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise vacation also treats you to two incredible days of scenic glacier viewing, including Glacier Bay National Park. Sailing through serene waters filled with icebergs, you'll get an up-close look at towering Margerie Glacier and perhaps be treated to the spectacle of seeing it calve massive chunks of ice into the tidewater to the roar of "white thunder". If that weren't enough, there's equally impressive Hubbard Glacier or College Fjord also on the itinerary. But no trip to Alaska is complete without the chance to relieve its storied Gold Rush past and experience its Native culture, and you'll be able to do that and more when your ship calls at the charming ports of Juneau, Ketchikan and Skagway.
Tour Western Canada over 4 nights as part of this Cruise & Tour Holiday. Upon arrival into Vancouver you will be met by your local tour director and travel to Vancouver Island via the Tsawassen ferry to Swartz Bay passing a number of small islands abounding in marine animals. Tour of lively Victoria and visit the acclaimed Butchart Gardens, one of the top display gardens in the world. Travel by coach up to the Whistler resort via the famous Sea to Sky Highway, one of the most scenic routes in Western Canada winding between the sea and the mountains. Enjoy a full day at leisure in Whistler with plenty of optional activities available such as the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, Bear viewing excursions, and much more. Travel back to Vancouver and take in the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, towering 70m above the Capilano River. Enjoy a guided tour of Vancouver with highlights: the theatre and sports district, Granville Island, Chinatown, Gastown, Yaletown, Stanley Park and its totems, then Granville Island Market. Includes transfers to/from the cruise terminal.
We invite you to experience an Alaska cruise vacation as only Princess can show you. We offer a range of enriching Alaska cruise vacation options to see the Great Land’s glaciers, wildlife and national parks from the perspective of spectacular ships, exclusive rail service and Princess Wilderness Lodges. With both roundtrip and one-way Alaska cruises you can experience stunning views of glaciers, explore beautiful port cities and trek through Alaska's untamed beauty. Come find yourself in the heart of the wilderness and discover the very best of Alaska with Princess.