Alaska Land & Sea Vacations – taking bookings for September 10, 2016

princess10*promotion valid until April 21

Incredible value and a chance to build memories!

Ready to book this cruise? Access the booking form here! I’m a Princess Commodore (highest training level) as well as a certified Princess Alaska Cruise Expert, so you can rest assured that I will go above and beyond in making sure we plan the best vacation for your needs and budget.

Imagine paying just over an average of $100 per day per person for an 11 –day adventure that includes a 7 day stunning Alaska cruise as well as 3 days visiting Mt McKinley and Denali National Park. And your cabin includes $50 spending money per person if you book before April 21!

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With Princess’ “Summer on Sale” event, there are a number of Alaska cruise & tour combinations that are 30%-50% off launch fares! One of the best values is this September 10, 2016 sailing.   (Other dates available – email me for details.)

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Interior cabins start at only $1,199 plus tax.

This includes both the cruise and the tour, including a stunning train ride between the Alaskan port and your lodge at the foot of Mt McKinley.  All meals are included on board the ship, and meals at the lodges can be purchased at the restaurant or pre-paid meal plans are available.

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7-Day Voyage of the Glaciers:

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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.

Direct-to-the-Wilderness Rail Service

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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 Mt. McKinley, 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.

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Interior cabin

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Here’s more information on the itinerary:

 

Day Port / Date Arrive Depart
1 Saturday, September 10

Embark ship in Vancouver, B.C.

1 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Saturday, September 10 4:30 PM
2 At Sea Sunday, September 11
3 Ketchikan, Alaska Monday, September 12 6:30 AM 2:00 PM
4 Juneau, Alaska Tuesday, September 13 8:00 AM 9:00 PM
5 Skagway, Alaska Wednesday, September 14 5:30 AM 8:30 PM
6 Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) Thursday, September 15 6:15 AM 3:15 PM
7 College Fjord, Alaska (Scenic Cruising) Friday, September 16 6:00 PM 8:30 PM
8 Anchorage (Whittier), Alaska Saturday, September 17 12:30 AM
8 Saturday, September 17

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Whittier/Mt. McKinley

 

Disembark in Whittier and motorcoach direct to the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge. The afternoon and evening are at your leisure. Take in the sensational views with a glass of wine in the Great Room or on the expansive deck. The 20,320 Alaskan Bar & Grill is the perfect place for a relaxed dinner to end your first day in the Denali area.

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9 Sunday, September 18

Mt. McKinley A full day at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge means you’ll have ample time to both relax and explore. The nature trails around the grounds are a pleasant way to get a sense of the place. And our Princess staff can help you choose from a generous offering of outdoor activities.

10 Monday, September 19

Mt. McKinley/Denali Between our two Denali lodges is some of Alaska’s most beautiful scenery. Sightsee by motorcoach to Talkeetna then enjoy Princess Rail service 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.

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11 Tuesday, September 20

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Denali/Fairbanks This morning, take an educational Natural History Tour into Denali National Park to learn about the flora and fauna of the area. Then proceed via motorcoach along the George Parks Highway to Fairbanks, Alaska’s “Golden Heart” city. Spend the evening immersing yourself in the gold Rush history, Native culture and authentic hospitality of the city.

12 Wednesday, September 21

Fairbanks Your memorable vacation ends this morning in Fairbanks.

 

If you still have questions, you can contact me at tripsbyanna@gmail.com or use the form below.   If you’re ready to sign up, you can fill out this booking form! (Note: I will contact you by phone or email to confirm your form entries before charging your credit card.)

 

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