Many people think of cruising as something that’s done in the warm waters of the Caribbean, but cruise vacations to places that are decidedly non-tropical are becoming more popular every year. Cruises to Alaska have been favorites of adventurous travelers for decades, and people are now beginning to discover the joys of cruising in South America. The tip of Cape Horn may not offer sunlit beaches where travelers can sip fruity cocktails and get tanned, but bird Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, March 25th, 2013
Friday, June 15th, 2012
A cruise is a fun way to experience the magic of beautiful Alaska. Alaskan cruises let visitors sample a number of different vistas including amazing glaciers, snow-covered mountains, and the rocky Alaskan coastline. One of the most delightful experiences of an Alaskan cruise is spotting a whale up close. Many whale species lurk beneath Alaskan waters, including humpback and killer whales. Passengers will likely see seals, sea otters and sea lions, too. Alaska’s coasts and waters are Read the rest of this entry »
Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
Taking a cruise throughout the northwest can be an amazing experience. The northwest is one of the best beautiful areas in the country and in the world. The beautiful scenery presented by the Pacific Ocean must be seen up close. On a cruise, you get firsthand experience with the beauty of the northwest. Additionally, you receive an experience of a lifetime being on a cruise.
A cruise is a fantastic experience. You are fed amazingly well and entertained all the time. Whether it be great music, great friends, or great Read the rest of this entry »
Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
Cruises are a wonderful thing and often people forget that the kiddos can come along and have a great time, It might take a little planning, but children enjoy cruising and there are a lot of things for them to do. Some ships offer day activities for the little ones while you are doing adult activities. The children can check in the morning and spend most of the day there. The children enjoy a variety of things and most of them can’t wait to come back each day.
Eating can be Read the rest of this entry »
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
If you are looking for a vacation, a cruise ship is often times the best choice, especially on a budget. When choosing a cruise it is important to know that the larger the cruise ships offer the greatest variety of activities.
One of the greatest parts of any cruise is the cuisine. The great foods will leave your taste buds shouting. On larger cruises, you will have a greater variety of choices for foods, places to eat and times in which to eat.I found some more information here. Larger cruises offer you the freedom to Read the rest of this entry »
Sunday, July 3rd, 2011
Cruises often last for up to two weeks at a time which means more fun and sun but also more opportunity for safety concerns. If you and your family are planning a cruise, take a quick look at these cruise safety tips to help your mind feel at ease when you push off to port..
Leave your house ready: All the typical vacation rules apply here such as setting your light timers and notifying the neighbors that you’ll be gone. Don’t forget to stop your mail and newspaper deliveries and if you’re feeling particularly nervous about leaving home look into an alarm system by simply Googling things like atlanta home security or safety alarm systems.Pack for a medical issue: If you know your kids are sunburn prone, pack extra sunscreen and aloe just in case. Read the rest of this entry »
Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
One of the most enjoyable and relaxation vacations that can be taken is a cruise.. Cruise packages will provide you with plenty of free fun throughout the excursion and if you are looking to kick back and let someone else do all of the work this is the way to go. One of the most popular reason people choose to cruise is for the all inclusive food packages. If you like to eat then a cruise is just the vacation for you.
Providing everything from huge elaborate buffets to burger and fries to small poolside cafes a Read the rest of this entry »
Thursday, April 14th, 2011
Taking a cruise is the perfect way to spend your vacation. Cruises have such a variety of activities, ports of call, amenities, and entertainment, that every one in your family will be satisfied and happy. Most cruises include all your meals, on board entertainment, standard amenities, and non-alcoholic beverages. There are some, however, that will include shore excursions or alcoholic beverages, so be sure to check in case this is a deal breaker for you.
Ask your family what interests them and what they want to do while Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, January 10th, 2011
With the state department issuing warnings about travel to border towns (and even some beach towns) in Mexico as a result of increasing crime like rape, murder, and kidnapping it might be a great time to plan a Spring Break cruise opposed to flocking to and flooding a beach town. Also, most of the ports along the cruise route are party-friendly and because the areas rely so heavily on the tourist trade, you have a higher assurance that they’re going to be policed and patrolled more than some other less-populace spots like South Padre Island. An upside, too, is that most (if not all) cruises require that passengers be back on board by a certain time so there is less chance of Read the rest of this entry »
Friday, December 10th, 2010
You bet the holidays are a great time to escape to the high seas. You can break away from the cold weather and board your ship that has been adorned in full holiday regalia with decked halls, atriums, and other twinkling and ornamented common areas that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit. If you’re afraid you’ll miss your “traditional” holiday dinner, fear not; most cruise ships recognize the importance of this festive meal and include special holiday menus that include all the traditional favorites. And if you’re taking your little ones on board with you and worry that Santa’s appearance might be missed, most cruise lines offer up their Santa to help delight children of all ages and there’s usually caroling and eggnog to underscore the festivities. And last but not least, you know cruises are famous for their entertainment, and the holidays are no exception to this rule. Shows typically include holiday themes that are sure to rev up anyone’s Christmas spirit even after having spent a day lounging in the sun. How perfect is that?