It's no surprise that cruises are one of the most preferred methods of travel today—you get to explore countless destinations without having to pack and unpack every single day! You can visit many different places on a cruise, and maybe even discover a new city to which you may one day return for a vacation. One thing that makes cruising so appealing is that you can sit back and relax, knowing that you will get from point A to point B safely and securely, all while enjoying the many comforts and amenities you desire 24/7.
There are cruises for everyone—families, newlywed couples, groups of friends, adventurists, seniors and more! No matter what you are looking for, we can help plan the ultimate cruise itinerary for your needs.
Each cruise is unique in that they have a assortment of on-board activities and meal plan options, as well as exciting and creative shore excursions. One cruise might offer an excursion to visit ancient temples while another takes you to a local seaside market. With an abundance of shore excursions to choose from, you can do as much or as little as you want to do! Cruise itineraries are thoughtfully planned, so you get the maximum time in port to be able to fit in a variety of different activities... and get the most out of your vacation.
When is the best time of year to take a cruise?
Any time is the best time to take a cruise! Because cruise destinations exist all over the world, you can take a cruise any time of year. Not all destinations offer cruises year-round so it is important to speak with a Vacation Specialist about which cruises are available during your desired cruise dates. For example, Alaskan cruises only run from May to September, but the Caribbean, with its perpetually pleasant warm weather, is ideal for cruising year round.
What are the top cruise destinations?
While all destinations that are reachable by cruises are great, some stand out more than others! Some of the most-visited countries include the Bahamas, Bermuda, Hawaii, Alaska, and basically the entire Caribbean, Europe and the South Pacific.