Cruising is an excellent vacation option for families of all sizes and ages.
Tag: New England
As Holland America Line’s Master Chef Rudi Sodamin suggests, the best way to become immersed in a culture is to sample the local cuisine or specialty libations.
A cruise to Canada and New England is a feast for the eyes. Depending on the time of year, you’ll be treated to landscaped painted in jewel-toned hues.
Holland America Line shore excursions come in all shapes and sizes. On every cruise, there are adventure tours for the thrill-seekers, city tours for the historians, excursions that explore the water and the sky, art-focused tours, nature-based excursions and so much more.
When on a cruise, shore excursions can enhance each port of call. Many guests prefer to take a guided tour around the city, and with a wide array of options there’s certainly something for everyone.
Cruises to Canada and New England feature a lot of exciting and enriching ports.
Autumn is undeniably charming in Canada and New England. The mountains and valleys burst with color and everyone pulls out their coziest sweaters in coastal towns. The time has arrived for hot apple cider and pumpkin everything. As Holland America Line moves into the fall cruising season, here’s a look at some captivating photos that… read more of “Scenic Cruising…”
New England Clam Chowder is a perfect way to wind down after a day of sightseeing in Canada and New England. Chowder is widely recognized as French in origin, but New England Clam Chowder is all American. Historically made to satisfy fisherman and their families after a long day at sea, this dish is now… read more of “Recipe: New England…”