On Your Own Alaska Cruisetours
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Highlights of On Your Own land & sea Alaska cruise vacations:
Breathtaking vistas, spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities and the venerable Mt. McKinley, North American's tallest peak, explain why this is one of Alaska's most popular attractions. And you'll enjoy it while staying at our two comfortable Princess wilderness lodges in the area.
Strategically located at Alaska's legendary national parks, our wilderness lodges offer excellent accommodations, authentic Alaskan dining experiences, and the same warm, welcoming service that you've come to expect on every Princess Cruises vacation.
Welcoming frontier towns, diverse marine wildlife and dazzling Glacier Bay National Park highlight your cruise. Plus, National Park Rangers, an Iditarod champion, Alaskan storyteller and our Signature Alaskan Cuisine give you a true sense of how special this place really is.
The sky's the limit with hundreds of optional Alaska shore excursions to choose from. Take a zip-line adventure, go river rafting, horseback riding or flight seeing. Visit a native village, unwind on a scenic nature walk and much more.
*$299 is the incremental per person fare to add 3 days on land to a 7-day cruise to create a 10-day cruisetour. Purchase of entire cruisetour is required. Based on cruisetour CAX 5/23/12 Island Princess departure only. Fares are in U.S. dollars, subject to availability, capacity controlled and do not include government fees and taxes which are additional.
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