River Nile

In this edition or Travel Deals and Destinations, we are focusing on some of the mighty rivers and oceans that are waiting to be explored.  Booking one of these river or ocean cruises is bound to end in a vacation to remember.

Ride the Rivers with G Adventures (and Save) 

G Adventures is inviting you to take some big adventures, on small waterways with their current River Cruising discount; save 30% on river cruising tours through the Amazon, Ganges, Mekong and Burgundy.

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Cunard Offers Savings up to 50%

With savings up to 50%, now is the time to cruise the Caribbean, South Pacific, Panama Canal, South America (or other destinations). Cunard is offering these great prices from ow through May. A seven-night transatlantic crossing departing Southampton England on December 15 starts at just $599 USD per person. Wow!

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Norwegian Extends Free At Sea Program

This is a great deal from Norwegian, on some of its most popular cruises. Choose up to five free offers to add to your cruise booking, like unlimited open bar and specialty dining. But you’ll have to hurry to take advantage of this one;  you need to book by October 31.

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Experience Mexico’s Copper Canyon By Land and Sea 

Go by land and sea on this exciting tour of Mexico’s Copper Canyon from Tucson, brought to you by Trafalgar. Cruise on the Sea of Cortez, take a train ride through Copper Canyon view Oteros Canyon, take a scenic drive through Chihuahua Desert and more on this 7-night trip.

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Disney By Sea Aboard Disney Magic

Kids will love this family-oriented cruise with some of their favourite Disney characters (Disney Cruise Line also just announced Marvel characters will be jumping on ship in 2017). The kids certainly won’t be bored aboard Disney Magic – the cruise includes a waterpark, kids clubs, entertainment and more. Disney Magic sails the Bahamas, Caribbean and parts of Europe.

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If you want to take your two feet off land with your travels this year, a cruise (big or small) is the way to do it. Do you prefer a river cruise or ocean cruise?