Tag: Cruise

Patagonia

Your Intro to “Experiential Travel”

Nowadays, many people are seeking to have unique experiences or book what we like to call “experiential” or “transformational” travel. People want cultural or diverse opportunities to get to know places in a more intimate way. While there is still a great opportunity to see famous sights and attractions, many tours are intermingling unique experiences […]

Cruise

9 Family Cruising Tips

Are you planning a family cruise? See below for some of the most frequently asked cruise questions you should know the answer to before you book. Q: When should I book? A: As soon as possible! If you are booking a cruise for the holidays, book at least 9 months out! Cruises, especially on Disney, sell […]

Disneyland

The Disney Experience

No matter what kind of Disney experience you have, whether it be on land or at sea, it is worth every penny. When you add everything up (food, accommodations, etc.), you may be surprised at what vacation holds a better value and what is advertised with a lower cost! Let’s check it out, shall we? […]

Cruise

You’re On Board, Now What?

The long awaited moment has finally arrived! You have completed the cruise check-in process and have stepped onto the ship. Now what? Embarkation day is my favorite day. It means that my cruise is just beginning and everything around me is new. Plus, all of my shore excursions at various port destinations are just around […]

NCL

Why Cruise the Hawaiian Islands?

A Hawaii cruise is one of the best ways to see all the main Hawaiian Islands.  Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of America sails the paradise of Hawaii year round. Because this is the only U.S flagged ship, it is allowed to sail between the Hawaiian Islands without an international stop. There are many advantages and […]

Europe River Cruise

Europe River Cruising: Now Is the Time!

Have you ever considered a river cruise before? Travel agents are finding that more millennials and younger generations are seeking to explore Europe by way of river cruise. And why shouldn’t they? After knowing what is included in a European river cruise, you may just be looking to go on one yourself! From the rooms […]

Carnival, cruise

Cruise Planning 101

Now, more than ever before, cruises are becoming a destination rather just a way of transportation from port to port. While pretty much everything is provided for you onboard, there are some key things you should know about your pre and post cruise plans. Flight times – While flying into your port departure city the […]

Norwegian Bliss

Alaska Cruise Game Changer

Norwegian Cruise Line introduces a first to Alaska. Back in 2001 Norwegian Cruise Line was the first to sail round trip to Alaska from Seattle. This made Alaska more accessible and affordable than ever before. This week (6/2/18) the new Norwegian Bliss sets sail to Alaska. This ship is truly a game changer for Alaska […]

Cruise

Savvy Shore Excursion Tips

Cruise itineraries take you to some of the most fascinating places in the world. You may capture destinations with magnificent glaciers or behold white, pristine sandy beaches. Wherever your cruise takes you, you’ll want to make sure that your time in port is just as exciting and/or relaxing as it is on board ship. Shore […]

El Dorado Seaside

What Travel Agents Will Tell That Others Won’t

Travel agents are not a dying breed. In fact, they are quite the opposite and they are saving customers an average of over $400 per trip plus hours of time it takes to plan! Travel agents are also paid on commission. This means that you don’t have to pay them for most of their services, […]

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