Text and images copyrights; Texto e imagens com direitos reservados; António Simas, Ponta Delgada-Açores. Norway’s Famous Fjords – With a focus on scenic cruising in some of the best fjords in Norway, this eight-day, round-trip journey from Copenhagen puts guests into ports like Geirangerfjord and Sognefjrod, which are stunning from every angle. Windstar will ensure guests can take advantage of the region’s hiking, kayaking, and fishing opportunities, as well as immerse them in the traditional mountain lifestyle with visits to local sheep farms.
Frugal travelers often recommend the least expensive cabin possible. Since they aren’t planning to do anything but sleep in their cabins, they figure everything else about the cruise is available to them regardless of where they bunk. That strategy may still work for some, but the obvious exceptions would be families — families who need more berths, bigger bathrooms, extra storage and, perhaps most essential for parental sanity, more space and quiet.
If you want to take your grandchildren or younger family members along for a voyage with you, there’s no better choice than Disney. Cruises offer dozens of fun activities for people of all ages-grandchildren will love playing games with other kids and seeing Disney characters on board, and there’s plenty of entertainment for seniors, too. The best part of a Disney cruise is finding something for everyone. It can be a challenge to please several generations on the same trip, but with Disney, you’ll be able to enjoy your personal vacation and bond with your family at the same time.
This is the month we’ve all been waiting for, the month that our newest ship joins the P& family. Her name is Pacific Explorer and she is full of wonderful surprises. Stay tuned as we witness her maiden cruise on 22nd June and explore what makes her such an exciting new addition to the fleet.
Disney’s two ships, the Wonder and the Magic, feature family staterooms that can sleep up to five; suites that sleep up to seven; and connecting staterooms. And all Disney staterooms have split bathrooms — one room has a toilet and a sink, and the other has a tub/shower and a sink — which makes sharing a little less stressful.