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Princess Cruises new Katmai Park tour departs from Vancouver

Princess Cruises is offering a new tour to Katmai National Park, Alaska, departing exclusively from Vancouver and Whittier (Anchorage).

As the leader in premium Alaskan vacations, this nine-day Princess Cruises tour includes two nights in Anchorage. Plus, a bear-watching experience at Brook Falls in Katmai National Park.

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Breaching whale in Alaska. Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises.

Princess Cruises Katmai Park Tour

The Princess Cruises Katmai Park tour begins with a visit to Alaska’s Wildlife Conversation Centre, situated just outside of Whittier. This centre is dedicated to the conservation, education, research, and quality care of Alaska’s wildlife. During your visit, guests can see various animals such as moose, muskox, reindeer, wolves, lynx, and caribou.

Cruise guests will fly from Anchorage to King Salmon to observe giant brown grizzly bears eagerly welcoming the returning sockeye salmon. Plus, view dominating male bears compete for the best catching spots at Brooks Lodge.

Brown grizzly bear, Brooks Falls, Alaska
A grizzly bear in Katmai National Park, Alaska caught a salmon at Brooks Falls. Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises.

Experience wild brown bear habitats

Guests can hike scenic trails through natural brown bear habitats and salmon-feeding locations, including the iconic Brooks Falls. A complimentary lunch is provided at midday, and Princess guests receive an exclusive souvenir.

Travellers can choose 16 northbound and 16 southbound departures from Vancouver or Whittier (Anchorage) for the Katmai Park tour.

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The seven-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise by Princess offers an opportunity to explore Glacier Bay National Park. Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises.

Voyage of the Glaciers cruise

Enjoy your tour before or after a seven-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise, which includes an opportunity to visit Glacier Bay National Park. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of glaciers in College Fjord or Hubbard Glacier.

Consider a seven-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise on Grand, Royal, or Sapphire Princess, followed by a three-day stay in Anchorage. Sailings is scheduled to depart from June 8 to August 29, 2024. 

Experience Alaska’s magnificent wildlife in its natural habitat with the Princess Cruises Katmai Park tour.

The 2024 season marks Princess Cruises’ 55th anniversary of sailing in Alaska. Seven ships will sail from five homeports: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, and Anchorage (Whittier).

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