This past December we took a cruise on the Norwegian Dawn from Tampa through the Western Caribbean. One of the ports of call was Costa Maya, Mexico, which is also known as Mahahual (the name of the actual town). This cruise port offers access to a number of interesting excursions in the southern area of the Yucatan such as snorkeling, relaxing on the nearby beaches, and of course visiting the nearby Chacchoben Mayan Ruins.
As I sat in a small row boat in a pitch black grotto in Te Anau, New Zealand, these creatures look more like stars in the night sky than anything else, glittering constellations twinkling all around me.
You’ve decided to take a holiday in France, in the region of Burgundy to be exact. It is a land known for its rich history, quaint villages, castles, churches, lakes and forests, and rolling hillsides swathed in vineyards. Burgundy is probably most famous for its wines of the same name, though the countryside of east-central France has that and more to occupy many fulfilling adventures.
Cruise Lines are pulling out all the stops as they try to deliver a cutting-edge cruise experience and cater for people of all ages and background, spending billions in the process. In the fiercely competitive cruise market, operators are constantly trying new things to get one step ahead of their rivals. Here are 5 recent Innovations you can expect to find across cruise liners worldwide.