With year-round good weather (with the occasional but sometimes serious exception of hurricane season in the late summer and early fall), promotional air fares from North America, and hundreds of islands to explore, the Caribbean offers something for almost everyone.
According to Cruise Lines International Association, only about 20 percent of American adults have taken a cruise vacation. That means there are many people that have not yet experienced the adventure of cruising. Here are some answers to some of the top questions we’ve heard about cruising.
America’s final frontier is the size of California, Texas and Montana combined, making it huge in comparison to the rest of the states!
Think of it this way–your travel agent is your “travel slave.” Read this to find out why!
What have you forgotten recently? We’re all friends here. Your blunder is our smile.
Cruising with a special friend or spouse in Alaska can’t be beat for sharing good food, adventure, and luxury.
Everyone, even those with ailments and limited mobility, should get the opportunity to experience traveling.
Visiting Alaska means experiencing glaciers, mountains, wildlife, and awe inspiring beauty. You can definitely see those sights on big cruise ships, but you will be surrounded by other people. People willing to give up the perks of the big ships can get more intimate experiences with nature.