Cruises | River Cruise—Coming Soon
A cruise is a great way to explore Hawaii. You don’t have to worry about scheduling flights or which hotel you stay at as you island hop. Ships like the Norwegian Pride of America makes sure that you get the Hawaii experience on and off the ship yet they offer over night stays so you can book a hotel on the island as go deeper to explore.
Between the landscape and the wildlife, Alaska is on so many people’s bucket list. Cruise lines offer a great experience of sailing through the glaciers, stopping in awe-inspiring towns and offering land tours pre or post sailing, allowing you to make the most of your adventure by exploring Denali Park and swing by Anchorage or Fairbanks.
The best part of the Caribbean cruise is that you can visit so many islands in one trip and yet, you can take another cruise and visit more. The Caribbean is divided into the Easter Caribbean including spots like St. Maartin, St. Kitts, Puerto Rico, and the Bahamas; the Wester Caribbean consisting of Grand Cayman, Tulum, and Haiti; and the Southern Caribbean with Belize, Honduras, Barbados and St. Lucia. Better yet, many cruise lines offer their own private cay for you to explore!
Since Cuba has been open to American’s, it has been a hot spot. Taking a step back in time, Cuba offers great culture and heritage. Special travel guild lines such as a VISA and People-To-People excursions are so easy to manage through cruise vs handling it on your own, and the cruise makes it cheaper than booking expensive hotels. Not to mention, the ship belly ups to the port and you fell like you are still on the island when you board for the night.
We typically think of cruising around the US, but Ocean Cruise Ships sail Europe, too. What a great way to explore the Mediterranean, the Greek Isles, or Italy than sailing through their beautiful waters with great weather and stunning coastlines. Hitting up Dubrovnik, Santorini or Spain would be a trip to remember.