Princess Cruises in Alaska
If you want to experience the many wonders of Alaska, consider going on an Alaskan cruise on Princess Cruises. The Voyage of the Glaciers cruise is a seven-day cruise that allows you to view the many breathtaking glaciers of Alaska. Running between Vancouver, British Columbia and Whittier, Alaska, you get to visit many glacier rich areas of the state. The four main points you will hit on the cruise are College Fjord, Glacier Bay National Park and the cities of Juneau and Skagway.
Another option from Princess Cruises is the Inside Passage cruise. This cruise is available with itineraries of either seven days or ten days, with a focus on the southeastern part of Alaska. This roundtrip cruise, which departs from both Seattle and San Francisco, has three stops in Alaska (Tracy Arm Fjord, Juneau and Ketchikan) and one stop in Canada (Victoria, British Columbia).
If you want a more intense and in-depth Alaskan experience, consider the Connoisseur Voyage cruise. This cruise spans 14 days and takes you to some of the more remote parts of Alaska. Areas of the state you will visit include Glacier Bay National Park, Kodiak, Seward and Valdez.
These cruises are typically available in the summer months of May through September. The Connoisseur Voyage cruise has the fewest departure dates, so it's best to book that cruise far in advance if that's the one you select.
Princess Cruises also offer land tours of Alaska, which are a great complement to an already fantastic experience. There are a handful of land tours to select from, with each lasting between four and ten days. You can easily combine a traditional cruise with a land tour without any additional hassle by booking with Princess Cruises.
Though a cruise to Alaska may seem quite extravagant, you can actually book an interior stateroom for around $600 on several of these Princess Cruises to Alaska. Of course, they also offer luxury suite accommodations, which are normally are $3,000 per person (based on double occupancy).
Visit the website to learn more about taking a cruise to Alaska via Princess Cruises.