Traveling for the holidays with Princess Cruises is the most memorable way to take your family on an epic adventure.
Relaxation is the number one reason why people go on vacation. That is why Princess Cruises focuses on making your accommodations a priority. If you’re not well rested how can you take on a full day of fun-packed activities onboard Princess? Here is an overview of the luxury accommodations with Princess Cruises.
By: Lesa Caden, CTA and Director of Employee Development
Want to get away, feel the ocean breeze and cooler temperatures? Then try the 7 day Canada and New England with Norwegian Cruise Line on the Norwegian Escape to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Itinerary ports include roundtrip New York; Portland, ME; Bar Harbor, ME; Saint John, New Brunswick and Halifax, Nova Scotia. We opted to do a pre-night in New York for the convenience of port transfers.
Cruising draws tens of millions of people in each year, and it’s easy to see why. The convenience of visiting so many different places without the hassles of transportation or having to unpack and pack multiple times. Today, cruise lines have immersive itineraries that bring you closer to the local culture, on and off the ships. Travelers will have access to guest speakers, local food and authentic entertainment onboard. Small ships bring cruisers closer to the action on land, and cultural excursions immerse cruisers to the local way of living. To top it off, cruises travel to way more destinations than just the Caribbean. The Mediterranean, Asia, South Pacific, Africa and Antarctica are all popular cruise locations. There are cruise lines for everyone, even travelers who don’t like cruising.
By Libby Brame, CTA, Cruise Groups Coordinator, Cruise Training Manager
My sister and I have wanted to go to Alaska for a long time, inspired by our late grandmother who was able to tick it off her bucket list before she passed. This was a sort of memorial trip, wanting to see what she had loved and dreamed of seeing for so much of her life.