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Cruising Without A Passport
On June 1, 2009, new passport requirements for U.S. citizens traveling in the Western Hemisphere took effect. There is a major exception, however. Passengers traveling to Western Hemisphere countries on "closed loop" cruises are not required to show a passport to reenter the United States.
Galapagos Cruise Packing List
Figuring out what to pack is one of the hardest parts of heading off on a cruise – particularly an exotic location like the Galapagos. Here's a detailed list that will help you to be prepared, pack light, and bring everything you need.
Graduation Celebration Cruises
Some families commemorate high school graduations with a milestone family celebration - creating memories to last a lifetime. The event can also double as a learning experience, helping teens to discover more about our world. Ecoventura's new Galapagos graduation celebration cruises do both well.
Finding Value Oriented Specialty Restaurants
The trend towards specialty restaurants on ships has led to a wide variety of dining options at sea. To maximize your cruise enjoyment and stay within your budget, look for ships that offer a variety of standard dining choices as well as free or low cost, value-oriented specialty dining options.
Cruising Off The Grid
Many Americans aren't getting away from work when they go on vacation. It can be difficult to get away, even when you're taking time off. Sometimes, however, a forced respite from the stresses of work is just what's needed. Here are seven reasons to take an off the grid cruise vacation.
Exploring Alaska's Wonders Aboard a Small Ship
Alaska cruises are a popular way to see one of America's most scenic regions, but ships holding thousands aren't the only option. There's a much more intimate and personalized way to see the "real Alaska." Take a unique Alaska un-cruise aboard a small ship and get close to wildlife and nature.
5 Mediterranean Cruise Tips For Families
Thinking about a European family cruise this summer? Mediterranean cruise family vacations are generating lots of interest among family travelers. Here are five tips to help you plan a great European vacation for your family.
Linger On Ecuador's Pacific Coast
If you're connecting through Guayaquil for a Galapagos cruise, plan to stay and explore Ecuador's Pacific Coast. Ecuador's shores are lined with beautiful beaches, unspoiled nature preserves, cool surf towns, and great places to visit. This region is one of the travel world's best-kept secrets.
Stay Awhile In Guayaquil
Many travelers heading to a Galapagos Islands cruise barely pause on their way through Guayaquil, staying for only a few hours or overnight for flight connections. That's unfortunate, however. Set along the banks of the Guayas River, the vibrant port city of Guayaquil is worth an extended visit.
Bermuda Cruises Offer A Grander Value
Cruising is often the best value for a Bermuda vacation. Using the ship as a base, travelers can explore Bermuda's best beaches and attractions, returning to their floating hotel for meals and onboard fun. Compare the costs and it’s easy to see why a Bermuda cruise vacation is the best option.
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