Princess Tours, a division of Princess Cruises, is responsible for the operation of Alaska Land Tours and the land portion of Cruisetours. Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the company offers a wide variety of Alaska Land Tours in conjunction with Princess' Alaska cruises, providing visitors with the best ways to see the majestic "Land of the Midnight Sun" -- by land and by sea.The largest cruise and tour operator in Alaska, Princess Tours gives travelers the opportunity to combine a Gulf of Alaska cruise with the interior of Alaska experience. The "land" portion of our cruisetours include the state's most popular areas, such as Anchorage, Denali National Park, Copper River, the Kenai Peninsula and Prudhoe Bay.Princess Tours also owns and operates five wilderness lodge properties and several luxury rail cars, known as Princess Rail. PRINCESS RAIL TOURSRated as Alaska's number one rail experience, the company's Ultra Dome rail cars have set the standard for luxury rail travel in the nation. Traveling daily between Anchorage and Fairbanks from May through September, the cars feature the largest domed windows ever built for a rail car, fine dining salons with hot and cold Alaska specialties prepared to order on board, more head-room and wider aisles than competitive railcars, and the only open-air outdoor observation platforms on the Alaska Railroad. PRINCESS ALASKA LODGESPrincess' Alaska lodge and hotel properties, unique in the industry for their wilderness riverside locations, offer the finest accommodations available in their areas. These properties are strategically located and were built to take full advantage of each unique regional setting. Denali Princess Wilderness LodgeThe 651-room Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, located on the banks of the Nenana River just outside Denali National Park, operates from May through September. Kenai Princess Wilderness LodgeThe 86-room Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge, located on the banks of the Kenai River, operates mid-May through mid-September in Cooper Landing on the Kenai Peninsula. Fairbanks Princess Riverside LodgeThe 325-room Fairbanks Princess Hotel, located on the banks of the Chena River in Fairbanks, is open for year-round business. Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness LodgeThe 460-room Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge is located at the south side of Mt. McKinley, in Denali State Park. The lodge, bordered by the Chulitna River, offers a spectacular view of the Alaska Range. Copper River Princess Wilderness LodgeThe 85-room Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge is located at the gateway to the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.