I often have clients say to me, “I’d love to visit Alaska, but I don’t like boats.” As the conversation progresses, I then realize that because of the over-marketing of cruise ships, many clients don’t realize that there are other ways to visit Alaska! In this article, we’ll discuss cruises, land tours, cruisetours, rail, and self-drive trips to Alaska.
Why River Cruising Is A Great Value I wanted to explain to some clients why River Cruising can be a fantastic value for your vacation. So I set off to do my own research and to compare the price of an Ocean Cruise, a DIY land trip, and River Cruising. Below are the results of […]
Viking’s new Mediterranean ocean cruises currently have a promotion for $1699. Here’s why that’s excellent value on this all-inclusive cruise and what extras you receive as a complimentary part of the voyage!
I recently had the pleasure to attend an intensive luxury travel seminar, and one of our speakers was our Business Development Manager from Azamara Club Cruises. It was such a privilege to get to know our sales advocate and to learn straight from the expert! Today, I’m sharing information with you about Azamara Club Cruises, […]
Here’s a rundown of many of the most popular cruise options to the Galapagos Islands! And, as an accredited travel agent I can help narrow down your choices by listening to your budget, travel style, “must see” wishlist, and schedule.
An overall description of tips and observations about the impact activities onboard Fathom’s cruise to the Dominican Republic.
Your guide to the most commonly frequently asked questions about Fathom’s impact cruise to the Dominican Republic!
I have a long time client, who trusts my travel style, who emailed me and asked for trip ideas. Here were the parameters: something reasonable from the Pittsburgh area (no 12 hour flights, but plane rides are still acceptable); something a little unusual (“I don’t want a three day cruise to the Bahamas”); and must expose his family to new cultures and sightseeing.
Here are some fabulous suggestions I came up with. What do you think?
Don’t think of the ship’s purpose as “volunteer activities.” Think of it as a chance to interact with the local population. Because this is how the local population lives. Think of it as meeting your new Dominican friends… who happen to work at a reforestation nursery or in a school that needs English tutors, and your new friend has asked you along to help for the day.
A list of comments, tips, and initial observations at the end of Sea Day 1.