Alaska Mini - Group Cruises and Cruisetours.
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Our Exclusive Mini - Group Program
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Get 3 or more couples; your friends or family to take one of our special Princess Alaska cruisetours, and you will get even bigger discounts than traveling as a single couple alone. There is no need to join a large group or have eight or more cabins to qualify. All it takes is two cabins. it's that simple.
Stateroom BONUS - absolutely FREE:
Up to $300 onboard spending credits per stateroom or equivalent discount (discount based on stateroom category chosen)
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*Prices vary according to accommodations chosen and departure date. All space is subject to availability at the time of booking. Least expensive price is for an inside stateroom, very first departure of the season.
Friends & Family Groups
Special Group Pricing
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3 Couples or more extra savings. Families of 4 or more. Save even more!
Here's a neat way to earn a free Alaska cruise.
All you need is a few friends or family willing to travel together on the same sailing, and a reason to do it--say a family reunion, birthday, graduation celebration, club outing, or just for fun. Sometimes a group starts as just two couples and before they know it, they've invited enough people to eliminate their own cost of cruising.
Cruise tours for groups offer the best of both worlds, combining a seven-day cruise with a three- to eight-night stay on land. All you have to do is decide where you'd like to go. Here is information about Alaska's favorite places. From it's historical towns and cities to its National parks, Alaska has something to offer everyone.
Denali - Tundra Wilderness Tour
For visitors wanting to know about Denali National Park’s varied landscapes and wildlife, this 6-8 hour fully narrated tour takes visitors to the Toklat River at mile 54 of the Park Road. While we can't predict nor promise when and where wildlife may show up, this tour travels deep into the heart of the park and will allow you ample opportunity to look for Dall sheep, moose, caribou and the elusive grizzly bear. On days when Denali (Mt. McKinley) is visible, it may be possible to travel to Stony Hill Overlook at mile 62 where the mountain first becomes fully visible from base to summit - an impressive view. Exact departure times are not guaranteed and are based on availability. Note: Weather conditions and animal behavior affect wildlife viewing. The tours are operated inside the park by the National Park Service.
During the early part of the trip, watch for moose: there are some huge bulls that hang out in the taiga forest between headquarters and Savage Campground. Look for caribou anywhere above treeline. But don't be surprised if wildlife is sparse in those early miles—it’s not unusual to see no animals on this section of road, depending on the time of day and season.
The tip of Mount McKinley first comes into view at Mile 9. You'll ride over high mountain passes and usually see Dall sheep on the mountainsides. If you're lucky, you'll spot bears too. It’s not uncommon to see wolves from Teklanika on.
Watch for bears ambling along the tundra or riverbeds and for Mount McKinley, which will be in and out of view the rest of the trip. The bus goes over Highway Pass and stops at Stony Hill Overlook at Mile 62. There, Mount McKinley looms only 36 miles away—a perfect photo opportunity. Then you’ll turn around and head for home.
DIRECT TO THE WILDERNESS
Getting to the wilderness of Denali is now quicker and easier. A new exclusive service from Princess allows you to step off your cruise ship in Whittier, onto your Princess railcar and arrive at your wilderness lodge that same afternoon. Or, on southbound itineraries, leave the Denali area and enjoy a direct link to your awaiting cruise ship in Whittier. Fewer transfers and less time waiting makes for a more relaxing and hassle-free trip.
Wrap-around glass domed ceilings ensure unobstructed views of Alaska's spectacular scenery while you relax and enjoy the full beverage service and informative commentary provided by our on-board Hosts.
Open air viewing platforms allow you to step outdoors for the perfect snapshot or breath of fresh air. Dining choices include an elegant dining salon with picture windows, fine china and a menu of delectable entrees prepared to your order or a bistro car serving delicious snacks and beverages in a more casual setting. Add reserved seating, plenty of legroom and friendly, attentive service and the choice is clear.
Two new rail services allow you more time at Denali exclusively from Princess.
Direct to Denali. Travel between Whittier and the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge.
Direct to McKinley. Travel between Whittier and Talkeetna, then by motorcoach to the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge.
*Amenities vary by individual rail car.
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