This tour has be cancelled for 2021 and has been rescheduled for August of 2022.
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.
The adventure starts with a land tour to Fairbanks and Denali National Park with all day scenic train ride to Whittier. Then, 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 relive 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.
Day 1, Tuesday, July 20 — Fly to Fairbanks, Alaska’s “Golden Heart City” of Fairbanks is a great introduction to the heart of this unique state. Check into your hotel and get ready for the beginning of your adventure.
Day 2, Wednesday, July 21 —A full day in Fairbanks gives you time to get a feel for the unique culture and history of the region. You’ll take a cruise on an authentic Sternwheeler Riverboat down the Chena River then enjoy a Gold Dredge tour with the chance to pan for your own gold. A hearty miner’s lunch is included. The evening is at your leisure.
Day 3, Sunday, Jul 22 —Enjoy a scenic motorcoach journey to Denali National Park and the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge. Once there, check out the deck and vistas of the Nenana River Canyon.
Day 4, Monday, July 23—You have a full day to get out into one of America’s best national parks. This morning, a Natural History Tour serves as a wonderful introduction to the animals, plants and geological features found there. Later today, you may want to stop by the tour desk to plan an activity such as rafting or hiking.
Day 5, Tuesday, July 24—Enjoy the scenic rail journey through some of the best wilderness in the Great Land on the Direct-to-theWilderness® rail service. Once in Whittier, you’ll step from the train onto your ship for the beginning of your unforgettable cruise. Royal Princess® departs at 8:30 pm.
Day 6, Wednesday, July 25—Hubbard Glacier, Alaska; Scenic Cruising – Arrive 3:00 pm; Depart 8:00 pm
Day 7, Thursday, July 26—Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska Scenic Cruising – Arrive 9:15 am; Depart 7:30 pm
Day 8, Friday, July 27—Skagway, Alaska – Arrive 7:00 am; Depart 8:30 pm
Day 9, Saturday, July 28—Juneau, Alaska – Arrive 6:30 am; Depart 5:00 pm
Day 10, Sunday, July 29—Ketchikan, Alaska – Arrive 10:00 am; Depart 6:00 pm
Day 11, Monday, July 30—Sea Day
Day 12, Tuesday, July 31—Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Arrive and ﬂy home 7:30 am
- Round-trip transportation to STL
- Fully escorted by Jane’s Journeys LLC with a group of 10 or more
- Princess Basic Travel Care Insurance
- Cruise taxes and fees
- Round-trip transfers in Alaska
- 4-day land tour
- Direct-to-the Wilderness Rail Service to Whittier to board the Royal Princess®
- 7 -night inside passage south-bound cruise aboard the Royal Princess®
- Ship transfers
- Motorcoach gratuities
- All meals aboard the Royal Princess®
- Choice of early, late or any-time dining
- Meals are not included on the land portion of the cruise tour. Port taxes and government fees are included and subject to change.
Ship Registry: British & Bermudan.
Pricing (based on double occupancy) will be announced in April 2021.
The Royal Princess® offers balconies, suites or inside categories; no outside windows available.
Please call for additional category pricing and single rates.