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Are you planning to set sail for your next vacation but don’t know where to go? We know it’s difficult to decide right away since there are a wide array of options available around the world that is accessible by cruise ship. Luckily, we’re here to help you pick the right destination for your dream vacation.

As you sail to your chosen destination and want to monitor your voyage, you can make use of and it will provide you significant information that can easily be accessed thru your phone. If you desire, you can also get real-time notifications regarding your ship. Let’s get started! 

Cruise destinations that opens avenue to learn its vibrant culture

If you want to immerse yourself with the country’s vibrant culture and experience the way of life in that specific country, we’ve got you covered.

Asia is one of the top destinations if you want to explore older civilizations aside from the museums that can be found in Paris, Rome, and Florence. As you cruise in Asia, you’ll see those UNESCO World Heritage Sites located almost in every port. 

If you want, you can choose the British Isles which is comprising of England, Scotland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland. Here, you can visit various castles, cathedrals, astonishing landscapes, impressive architecture, museums and learn their fascinating story. One of the most iconic ancient sites that you will visit is Stonehenge. Aside from that, there’s Bath which is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other cultural sites to see on a British Isles Cruise includes the Canterbury Cathedral, Edinburgh’s Old Town in Scotland, Neolithic Orkney, Blarney Stone, and Blarney Castle, The Giant’s Causeway, and Belfast’s Peace Walls & Murals.

Cruise destinations for Sumptuous Cuisine & Winery 

Go for a European river cruise commencing from Bordeaux to Porto to Vienna. This cruise itinerary provides excursions on local specialties and vineyards. Others provide extra options if you want to go on bike tours and cooking class to name a few. One of the highlights of this cruise is the UNESCO-listed Upper Middle Rhine Valley which is popular for its castles and medieval wine-growing villages.

Another itinerary that is best for this kind of cruise is Western Mediterranean wherein you can taste the authentic tapas in Barcelona, fresh pasta in Rome and even the bouillabaisse in Marseille. It typically covers the ports of call in Spain, France, and Italy with some interesting detours along the way like a stop in Portugal specifically in Lisbon, Canary Islands, Casablanca and Tangier in Morocco, Tunis, Monte Carlo, and Gibraltar.

Cruise destinations for beach bummers 

If you’re looking for a tranquil vacation and want to soak up under the sun featuring turquoise blue water and white sand beaches, well the Eastern Caribbean cruise is for you. This includes the U.S and the Virgin Islands, St. Maarten/St. Marten, Turks & Caicos and the Bahamas.

Another destination that can meet your requirement is the Bermuda that is famous for its pink sand located in Horseshoe Beach. But that’s just one of almost 34 beaches that this island has in store for each traveler. If you’re visiting the place just for a half-day, it is recommended that you head to Tobacco Bay, Somerset Long Bay, and Horseshoe BayIf you want to see the colorful world down under and want to go for a snorkeling activity, visit the Elbow Beach or Church Bay. For those thrill-seekers, the Admiralty House Park and Royal Naval Dockyard are waiting to be conquered. If want to have a peaceful relaxation, you must visit the Warwick Long Bay or Jobson’s Cove.

Cruise destinations for family getaway

The suggested cruise itinerary if your sailing with your family is the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas. Both places are full of action-packed activities like cave tubing, zip-lining, and snorkeling, to name a few. If you want to add up some educational side on your vacation, you can visit the Stingray City in Grand Cayman. In the Bahamas, it also offers exciting activities on the Nassau pirate tour and the water park at the Atlantis resort. All of the given activities will surely be enjoyed by the adventure-seeking youngsters.

Cruise destinations for the historical buff 

Set sail to the Nile River. The route is commencing from Luxor to Aswan and you will be greeted by various ancient sites and temples. The highlights of its cruise include the Valley of the Kings, Karnak Temple, Philae Temple, Luxor Temple, Edfu Temple, and Kom Ombo.

On the other hand, as you sail to the Eastern Mediterranean, be sure to visit the ancient and historical sites namely the Acropolis in Athens, St. Mark’s Cathedral in Venice, City walls of Dubrovnik, Ephesus in Izmir and Kusadasi, the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Blue Mosque in Istanbul, St. John’s Co-Cathedral in Malta, Carthage in Tunis, Europe’s oldest city, Knossos in Crete, and the Tomb of the Kings in Paphos.

Cruise destinations for the wildlife fanatic 

If you want to get up close and personal with sea lions, tropical penguins, iguanas, monster tortoises, sail to Galapagos Island. And if you want to see polar bears, then the Arctic is for you.

Cruise destinations for spectacular scenery

Get ready as we set sail in Alaska and be mesmerized with its mountains and glaciers together with eagles soaring above and the whales welcoming you from afar. Also, the coastal mountains and fjords that can be found in Norway together with its lush valleys and picturesque towns, will surely get your attention.

Cruise destinations for Lovers

The South Pacific islands scream for romance due to its azure waters, green mountain peaks, and unspoiled beaches. For those adventurous couples, Hawaii should be included on your list. Some of the excursions available are a visit in Oahu, USS Arizona Memorial & Mighty Mo, Polynesian Cultural Center and Luau, Maui, Haleakala Volcano, Whale Watching, Road to Hana, Kauai, Mudbug Off-road adventure, Waimea Canyon, Wailua River and Fern Grotto, Luau Kalamaku, Big Island: Hilo, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Circle of fire helicopter, Big Island in Kona, Captain Zodiac Raft and Snorkel, and deep-sea troll-fishing.


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