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Travel Tips From Guests on Cruising Alaska & the Yukon

Travel Tips From Guests on Cruising Alaska & the Yukon

Alaska has a magical quality that takes hold of those who visit. We asked our Facebook fans for advice on cruising Alaska and the Yukon and they responded with fabulous tips on what to do and see.

12 New Shore Excursions Debut on Alaska Cruises

12 New Shore Excursions Debut on Alaska Cruises

Alaska is a land of possibilities when it comes to sightseeing. There’s something for history buffs, nature lovers, photo enthusiaists, thrill-seekers and those who simply want to have a look around town.

Easter Island Call a Favorite on World Cruise

Easter Island Call a Favorite on World Cruise

The Grand World Voyage is full of exciting, interesting and exotic ports of call. In fact, during the 113-day journey ms Amsterdam will call at 38 ports across five continents.

Keeping Active on Tours in Canada and New England

Keeping Active on Tours in Canada and New England

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.

Cruise to Carnaval and Explore the Amazon on Maasdam in 2014

Cruise to Carnaval and Explore the Amazon on Maasdam in 2014

It’s the world’s largest party, and guests on Maasdam‘s 49-day “Amazon and Carnaval Explorer Voyage” departing Feb. 7, 2014, will be front and center for all of the dancing, singing and excitement of Rio de Janeiro’s Carnaval.

It’s all About Exploring on an Overnight Call at Bangkok

It’s all About Exploring on an Overnight Call at Bangkok

On many longer cruises, the ships stay at port overnight on select calls during the voyage to give guests an opportunity to explore the city, experience the nightlife and perhaps go overland to a destination unreachable by cruise ship. Some guests even choose to book a hotel for the night and stay ashore. On a…   read more of “It’s all…”