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Cruising With a Two Year Old
Some parents believe that cruises aren't designed for families with two-year olds, but that's not the case. While most cruise line drop-off children's programs start at three years of age, one cruise line begins theirs at two years of age and others offer nurseries and fun activities as well.
Cruising With Young Children
Cruising is an excellent choice for a family vacation, even for families with little ones ages six months and older. Cruise line offerings for young children vary substantially, however. Parents must carefully research their options and choose a ship that will maximize their vacation enjoyment.
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.
Dancing Theme Cruises Are A Winner
Theme cruises are more popular than ever, as vacationers look for ways to combine their interests with the cruise experience. Holland America Line and ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" have joined forces to create dancing theme cruises. These themed sailings have proven to be a hit with guests.
Discover Lanai On Your Hawaii Vacation
Lanai is called “Hawaii’s Most Enticing Island.” This unspoiled island paradise is well worth exploring. Home to just over 3,000 residents, Lanai has little development. The island, the people and the culture combine to create a memorable destination experience. Here's why you should visit.
Do Machu Picchu Your Way
When travelers think of journeying to Machu Picchu, most think of hiking the Inca Trail. This classic hike over a period of several days takes trekkers through the Peruvian Andes. There are other alternatives, however, that open the Machu Picchu experience up to a wider range of vacationers.
Doing Good on a Caribbean Cruise
Cruising can be a perfect option for charitable travelers. Rather than staying in one spot, a cruise vacation allows volunteers to spread their generosity and give back to organizations in multiple destinations over the course of their trip. It's just important to pick the right itinerary.
Escape On A Last Minute Cruise
Need to get away? Consider taking a last minute cruise to relax and enjoy a quick break. There are plenty of last minute cruises to meet your needs and you might even get a bargain as well. Here are seven tips for taking a last minute cruise, saving money, and finding great last minute cruise deals.
Escape The Crowds On Your Next Vacation
Want to go where hordes of tourists haven't yet traveled? You're not alone. Vacations to unspoiled destinations are growing in popularity. These locations are filled with gorgeous scenery, beautiful beaches, wildlife, and soft adventure. Here are five great spots to discover on your next trip.
Escaping Winter On A Short Cruise
Looking for an inexpensive way to escape winter’s cold temperatures? A 3- to 5-night cruise may be the answer. These cruises depart from a variety of U.S. ports, sometimes eliminating expensive flights. In addition, their comparatively low rates can make them an excellent winter vacation value.
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