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Journeys : MNJ Aug Sep 2011
One of the world’s last wilderness frontiers, Alaska offers an unforgettable encounter with nature’s finest. With APT, you’ll venture past fortress-like glacier walls into a r ugged wonderland of pristine landscapes, majestic wildlife and frontier tow ns. First, you’ll enjoy a front row seat as your Princess Cr uises ship glides past spectacular glaciers and granite cliffs that glitter w ith thousands of calving icebergs. A park ranger will join you onboard, providing expert commentary on all of Alaska’s scenery and incredible marine life, so keep an eye out for humpback whales, sea lions and bears along the way. Fresh from the glow of your Alaskan Inside Passage cruise, you’ll stay at Princess Cr uises’ acclaimed wilderness lodges – havens of warm service and exceptional comfort throughout your Alaskan land tour. These luxur y retreats, tucked away in the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, are the ideal base camps for adventure during your APT holiday. A highlight of Alaska is Denali National Park where rolling tundra and rugged terrain showcase the best of this sub-arctic wilderness. Here you’ll stay in luxury at the acclaimed Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, w ith its exquisite views of the spectacular scenery. Denali’s main attraction is the magnificent Mt McKinley, a lofty pyramid of rock and snow that rises from the valley floor, dominating the landscape. During your guided tour through the park, keep watch for the abundant w ildlife, including gr izzly bears, moose, or if you’re lucky, wolves. Alaska, the last wilderness frontier The difference between seeing Alaska and understanding Alaska is what APT and Princess Cr uises brings to life on your in-depth Alaskan discovery. When in Fairbanks, the gateway city to Alaska’s rugged interior, you’ ll learn about its pioneer ing heritage that stretches across the region. Traversing beyond the Arctic Circle to the remote Coldfoot and Prudhoe Bay, you’ll view the histor ic Trans-Alaska pipeline while basking in the eerie and amazing natural phenomenon of the Midnight Sun. To plan your Alaskan adventure, call RACT Travelworld on 1300 368 111 or visit your local branch. August / September 2011 61
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