A to Z of Cruising – A is for…

I am kicking off my A to Z Guide to Cruising with the letter A (obvs!).  There is one caveat before we start, this is by no means a complete list and I will be adding and updating these posts on a monthly basis so do check back for new additions.

So here goes…

A is for:

All-inclusive Cruising

Generally, the price of a cruise includes your accommodation, food, entertainment, on-board activities, ice-cream and certain drinks e.g. coffee, tea, water at meal times.  There is an option with most cruise lines to pay for an additional drinks package to include alcoholic beverages, specialty coffees and soft drinks, effectively making your trip all-inclusive but there are now some cruise lines that are including drinks in the price of your cruise (Thomson, Azamara, Regent Seven Seas, NCL).  Read my blog post about the future of all-inclusive cruising.

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Amber Cove

Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic is one of the newest cruise destinations, only opening at the end of 2015.  So what can you do at this new port of call?  Read my list of the top 8 things to do whilst visiting.

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April Vacations

April signals the start of Spring, with an explosion of colour as the natural world comes to life.  Here are the top 4 places to visit during April.

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What do you think needs to be included under the letter A?  I am definitely planning to include an Alaska blog post soon.  Would love to hear your ideas!  Please get in touch.

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