June 18 is National Fishing Day and there are plenty of opportunities to observe the holiday at Princess Alaska Lodges. If you want to reel in a big one during your stay, we’ve got all the tips and tricks to make sure you go home with fish for your freezer.
It’s been five, or maybe even 50 years since your wedding day, surrounded by your closest family and friends. Now, you’re thinking about celebrating all the years you’ve spent together, but how could you possibly top your big day from the first time around? Go big or go home! Renew…
There are many things that Alaska excels at, and one of them is being home to nearly each and every one of the classic “dad activities.” When it’s time to celebrate dear old dad, we can’t think of a better place to be than Alaska! Fishing – Chances are you…
Anglers travel from all over the globe to fish the waters of Alaska. Not only is it some of the most exciting fishing in the world, but the scenery is downright breathtaking. Some of the tastiest seafood in the world swims in and around the 49th state, and it tastes…
As summer draws near and vacation is on everyone’s mind, we invite you to take a break from whatever you’re doing and ponder some of these mouthwatering offerings put forth by the chefs and bartenders at Alaska’s Princess Lodges. We chatted with Philippe Janicka, Food and Beverage operations manager…
We’ll be the first to admit we might be a little spoiled here in Alaska, between the incredible scenery, nonstop outdoor adventure and the freshest of seafood. The good news is visitors can partake in all of these outdoor and culinary spoils on a visit to any Princess Alaska Lodge this summer!
Fishing in Alaska is an activity some might only dream about, but once you’re here it couldn’t be easier to find the right spot to reel in the catch of a lifetime! Whether you’re chartering a boat solo or letting a guide take the proverbial reins, Alaska is home to some of the biggest (and tastiest) fish around.
Image used under Creative Commons license from Matt Zimmerman. Situated at the gateway to the largest national park in the United States and the confluence of two mighty rivers—the Copper and Klutina—the Copper River Valley area offers a mindboggling array of daily activities in the outdoors. Not sure where to…
A recent Gallup poll concluded 77 percent of Alaskans say their state is the best or one of the best to live in. With the largest amount of coastline of any other state, an abundance of natural resources and majestic scenery as far as the eye can see, it’s…
This photo by Mike McCune is used under a Creative Commons license Well, it turns out, the answer comes down to location, location, location. Anyone lucky enough to be served a filet of Copper River salmon will immediately notice its bright orange or red color, firm texture,…