Alaska Cruisetours Online is introducing "Alaska A la Carte" cruise tours featuring four new Princess Cruises “A la Carte” Alaska cruisetour options for this summer’s season, offering more affordable and flexible options for independent-minded travelers. These new cruisetours spend an extra day at one of the Denali-area Princess lodges, and do not include excursions, giving travelers the time to customize their own daily schedules.
These new Alaska A La Carte cruise tours, offer a more affordable tour option allowing guests to customize their vacation as they wish. Great flexibility for travelers who prefer to discover the wonders of Alaska at their own pace.
The four Alaska A la Carte tours range from 10 to 12 nights, offering at least three nights in the Denali area. All cruise tours feature a northbound “Voyage of the Glaciers” Gulf of Alaska cruise aboard Coral Princess or Island Princess, departing from Vancouver; combined with a three-, four- or five-night land tour to the heart of Alaska, featuring stays in Princess’ two Denali-area wilderness lodges and exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness rail service. All tours will visit both of the state’s top attractions: Denali National Park and Glacier Bay National Park.
Travelers choosing these itineraries will not be scheduled on the Denali National Park tour or other activities usually included with cruise tours, and instead can choose to add any of four park tour options or a variety of other area excursions offered at Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge and Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge.
“These new A la Carte cruise tours are designed specifically with the value-conscious, independent traveler in mind,” said Charlie Ball, president of Princess Tours. “With fewer ‘extras’ included, Princess can offer a more affordable tour option with greater flexibility for travelers who prefer to discover the wonders of Alaska at their own pace."
"These new tours allow our guests to customize their vacation as they wish. They can spend extra time viewing Denali’s fascinating wildlife, hike through the wilderness, helicopter sightsee around Mt. McKinley or take a back country jeep tour, perhaps go river rafting.” added Marty Trencher, Managing Director and a Certified Princess Alaska Expert with Alaska Cruisetours Online.
The four A la Carte cruisetours itineraries are:
Tour 101 – 10 nights (Two nights at Denali lodge, one night at Mt. McKinley lodge)
Tour 102 – 11 nights (Two nights at Denali lodge, one night at Mt. McKinley lodge, one night Fairbanks)
Tour 103 – 11 nights (Two nights at Denali lodge, two nights at Mt. McKinley lodge)
Tour 104 – 12 nights (Two nights at Denali lodge, two nights at Mt. McKinley lodge, one night Fairbanks)
All Alaska A la Carte cruise tour options are available throughout the May to September Alaska season, with fares beginning at $899 per person.
Alaska Cruisetours Online offers a variety of Princess land/sea Alaska experiences with itineraries ranging from 10 to 15 nights. All cruisetour options feature at least two nights in the Denali National Park area, stays in Princess’ own riverside wilderness lodges, and a seven-day Voyage of the Glaciers sailing with Glacier Bay National Park.
Additional information about Alaska A la Carte Cruisetours is available through Princess Cruises or contact this professional travel agent, Alaska Cruisetours Online by calling 800.365.1445, or by visiting the company's website at http://www.alaskacruisetoursonline.com/