Between ocean liners, river cruises and charters, there are many ways to explore by boat. These cruise comparisons will help you choose the right one.
Hitting the high seas is a dream getaway, but choosing the right cruise can be anything but smooth sailing. Here’s what to keep in mind when booking a cruise.
Residents of most countries require a visa to travel to Russia, which can be time-consuming and expensive. Fortunately there’s one way around it: visiting on a cruise.
From on-board amenities to dining and tours, here are a few differences you can expect depending on if you’re enjoying a Viking River or Viking Ocean cruise
Cruising is a fantastic way to explore amazing destinations without any effort. Here are 19 reasons you should book a Viking River Cruise.
Sunning with sea lions. Swimming with sharks. Getting up close and personal with giant tortoises, before retiring to the comfort of a yacht. This is what those who explore the Galapagos Islands can look forward to, as part of the fantastic itineraries set up by Ecoventura.
Visitors flock to Greece to enjoy the piercing blue waters accented by lush green hills dotted with little white houses. So it seems like a no-brainer to explore the islands by getting off dry-land, and travelling by boat.
Trips to the Caribbean usually cost at least $2000 per person, but a week-long cruise to the area will only set you back an average of $600 plus flight—not to mention you’ll enjoy five-star dining and get to see a number of different islands.