Trip Ideas By Activity: Cruising

Cozumel, Mexico Coastal Town Skyline

12 Best Things to Do in Cozumel

The colorful island of Cozumel is laid back, peaceful, and has…
flag of United States Virgin Islands

13 Best Things to Do in St. Croix

The largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix is a beautiful…
Grenada, St George´s, Looking along the beach at Grand Anse

10 Best Beaches in Grenada

The Caribbean island nation of Grenada consists of three islands—Grenada,…
Marina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

13 Best Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas

Los Cabos ( “The Capes”) is a dramatic region of mountains,…
Ketchikan Alaska harbor

Summer in Alaska: 14 Unforgettable Experiences

Summer in Alaska is glorious. This is the prime season to view…
Tulum

10 Best Beaches in the Riviera Maya

The beaches in the Riviera Maya and Cozumel—sugar-soft strands…

The Essential Guide to Cruising With Kids

Oh, the places you’ll go and the experiences you’ll have…
Celebrity Cruises

12 Fun Things to Do With Kids in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale long ago shed its spring break zaniness to become…

12 Things to Do in Puerto Rico With Kids

Puerto Rico dazzles families with its unique mix of attractions.…
Creators Syndicate

Whether to Cruise — or Not

We miss cruising. My husband and I board big and small ships with friends or relatives every year. Sailing gives us interesting ports plus time together and apart without the hosting duties of cooking and cleaning. When Azamara canceled our August 2020 Norway voyage because of COVID-19, we understood. Our spirits sank until we saw their 2021 deals. Then we booked another exciting voyage — two weeks exploring the Black Sea in April 2021.
Creators Syndicate

A longtime cruise reviewer answers the question: What will it take for you to cruise again?

In over 30 years of covering the cruise industry, I’ve taken…
Creators Syndicate

Explore Croatia on a Cruise

Videos of waterfalls, woodlands and glistening lakes in Croatia's national parks filled the large screen, the landscape serving as background to master Croatian cellist Ana Rucner, who performed live in front of the tableaux. When she launched into an allegro movement of Vivaldi's "Four Seasons," her bow dancing across the strings, the video flashed to a fiddler in a mountain village playing the same piece, his movements mirroring hers.
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