Princess Cruises has introduced a 500 square feet treehouse at its Mount McKinley Wilderness Lodge, near Denali National Park in Alaska.
The studio apartment-sized treehouse is the first of its kind in Alaska and offers panoramic views of Denali – home to North America’s highest peak – as well as space for various themed activities. It has been developed as part of Princess’ partnership with the Discovery Channel and was recently shown being built on Animal Planet TV show, ‘Treehouse Masters’.
Lisa Syme, Princess Cruises’ vice president product management, said:
“AT DESTINATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE WE STRIVE TO CREATE A BOND BETWEEN OUR GUESTS AND THE PLACES WE VISIT, AND NOW MORE THAN EVER PEOPLE ARE VISITING ALASKA TO EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY AND ADVENTURE THE STATE HAS TO OFFER. WE ARE EAGER TO BRING THESE FRESH AND ENGAGING EXPERIENCES TO OUR ALASKA GUESTS, PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR MORE TRAVELLERS TO CONNECT WITH THE PEOPLE, NATURE, STORIED TRADITIONS AND HISTORY OF THE GREAT LAND IN 2018.”
Princess Cruises has seven ships in Alaska this year, travelling from April to September, 2018. Guests can explore Alaska with Princess Cruises as part of a 10-15 day combined voyage and pre- or post-sailing ‘cruisetour’.
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