Amazon Jungle Tours with Rainforest Cruises

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Rainforest Cruises is a boutique travel company specializing in Amazon river cruises and tours, providing you with the finest collection of cruises in Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands and Panama. As South American travel experts we have all the advice you need to help you find and book your dream cruise and an unforgettable adventure of a lifetime.

This video features the services and excursions on board the Delfin I Amazon river cruise and the Treehouse Lodge.

Delfin I Amazon Cruise: This boutique Amazon riverboat combines traditional design and craftsmanship, with all modern comforts. There are only four suites on board, and so your journey will be personalized and intimate; and the Delfin prides itself on its cuisine and service.
Not only is the Delfin I itself luxurious, but her four and five-day itineraries offer clients the chance to be one of a select group to visit the remote Pacaya Samiria National Reserve – the largest protected wetland reserve in the world and one of the areas of highest bio-diversity.

Treehouse Lodge: Set amongst 345 acres of pristine jungle reserve, up to 67 ft off the ground, the Treehouse Lodge in Peru offers guests an unrivalled rainforest canopy experience. Travelers often ask, “What is better, an Amazon cruise or a jungle lodge stay?” Rainforest Cruises now gives you the opportunity to experience the best of both worlds, taking you into the rainforest’s tree-tops with a stay at the gravity-defying Treehouse Lodge in the Peruvian Amazon.

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Amazon Luxury Cruises on the Aria Amazon with Aqua Expeditions

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Enjoy a video describing the creation of Aqua Expedition’s Amazon River luxury cruise ship, the ARIA AMAZON, taking travelers deep into the Peruvian Amazon to see wildlife of the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve and learn about local Amazonian culture…

The ULTIMATE guide to Princess Cruises

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TOP Cruises & Vacations for Pet Lovers

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We all wish we could take our dogs and cats to school or work with us, but did you know you can actually bring your pets on a cruise? Your furry friends will love our list of the top pet friendly cruises and travel ideas for pet enthusiasts!

Cunard Queen Mary II
The largest ship operated by Cunard Line is the most pet-friendly cruise ship . Queen Mary II, named name by England’s current and longest reigning Monarch, has a wonderful kennel program complete with a full-time Kennel Master, whose responsibilities include feeding and walking guests’ pets as well as cleaning the 12 kennels. From England to America, you and your pets will cruise like royalty!

Meow Meow Cruise
Cat lovers rejoice! The Meow Meow Cruise aboard Carnival Liberty has everything you and your fellow cat enthusiasts need for some fun in the sun. The 4-day cruise leaving from Port Canaveral, FL spends a day at sea before visiting Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas. Though you can’t actually bring Mr. Bigglesworth on the cruise, you can bring all the pictures you want to share with the other guests! You can even get the photo embedded on a custom meow meow t-shirt.

Woof Woof Cruise
Since there’s a Meow Meow cruise for cats, it makes sense that they’re working on one for dog-lovers. The Woof Woof Cruise is a soon to be counterpart of the cat lovers cruise. It is a place for people to share their love for our fuzzy four-legged friends. Service dogs are the only animals allowed on ships currently, but you can still take plenty of pictures to show your furry friends when you get home!

Nestled in the Miyagi Prefecture, Japan is an island every cat lover needs to visit. Tash-hero-Jeema, better known as Cat Island, is chock full of felines thanks to the Japanese suspersition that feeding stray cats brings wealth and good luck. It also brings more cats! Just a half hour ferry ride from the Japanese mainland, the island is a popular tourist destination for pet lovers all over the world.

The Lanai Cat Sanctuary on the Hawaiian island of Lanai is a popular tourist spot thanks to all their furry friends. The sanctuary started as a haven for tropical birds, but over time, they started accepting stray cats as well!

Known as “Hawaiian Lions” to those who work there, the kitties enjoy fun in the sun and a lot of love from visiting travelers. Guests can adopt any of the cats or you can even sponsor a cat if taking one home isn’t an option.

Cruise to Japan in 2018 with Princess Cruises

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In 2018, Princess Cruises will be sailing to some of the most exciting and fascinating places in Japan. Learn about the adventures that await on a Japan cruise with Princess. Through award winning shore excursions and on board activities, guests can experience the color, culture, and cuisine of this exotic island nation when they cruise to Japan with Princess Cruises.

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Rhine Getaway Itinerary from Viking River Cruises

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Fairy-tale castles, grand cathedrals, historic cities, medieval towns and spectacular scenery combine to make the Rhine one of Europe’s best-loved rivers. From Amsterdam and Cologne to Basel, the enchanting, Viking Cruises® Rhine Getaway itinerary presents all the highlights of the legendary Rhine in just eight days. Explore timeless Amsterdam, the city of charming canals and splendid museums. See Holland’s famous waterworks and 18th-century windmills. In Cologne, the jewel of the Rhine, you’ll visit the awe-inspiring Dom, Germany’s largest Gothic cathedral and most-visited landmark. On this Viking Cruises voyage, you’ll sail the Middle Rhine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passing charming castles that command the riverbanks. You’ll tour both the 700-year-old Marksburg Castle in Koblenz and the ruins of Heidelberg Castle. See Germany’s oldest university in Heidelberg and admire Speyer’s soaring Romanesque cathedral. In quaint Rüdesheim, enjoy the inviting nightlife in the pedestrian-only Drosselgasse and sample a glass of locally produced wine at one of the restaurants or wine bars. See Strasbourg’s European Parliament and tour the city’s famed cathedral, then experience the lush landscape of the Black Forest region. The eight-day Viking Cruises Rhine Getaway voyage lets you discover a lot in a relatively short period of time.

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Stunning Beauty on Australia and New Zealand Cruises | Princess Cruises

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Epic landscapes, colorful cultures and laid-back charm — that’s what you’ll get on an Australia and New Zealand cruise with Princess Cruises. Not only are we the number one cruise line in Australia, we’ll take you to its golden beaches, rugged outback, world-class cities and beyond. And onboard, we’ll delight you with local food and entertainment as you set course for wonderful new discoveries.

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Alaska Cruise Vacations & Cruise Tours | Princess Cruises

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Learn all about our exciting Alaska Cruise Vacation options by watching this preview video of our sensational cruises, in-depth Land & Sea Cruise Vacations, and exciting new onboard programs including North To Alaska and Discovery At Sea. With dozens of itineraries to choose from, our Alaskan cruise tours and vacations will have you come back new. (V2)

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Hawaiian Islands 2017-2018 with Princess Cruises

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Learn all about our exciting 2017-2018 Hawaiian Island cruises with this preview video of sensational cruise options and enriching onboard programs. Get a glimpse of the exotic destinations and adventures that await you on a Hawaii cruise with Princess.

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St. John’s, Antigua cruise (HD)

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Antigua and Barbuda things to see and do
Antigua’s Rainforest
Get a bird’s eye view of Antigua’s rainforest. Boldly stride or nervously creep along a high wire course made up of zip lines, swings, suspension bridges and a controlled parachute jump

Visit the less-developed Barbuda for its wild beauty, deserted beaches and heavily wooded interior abounding in wildlife. The main town, known as the village, is Codrington. It sits on the edge of a lagoon. Laid-back and old-fashioned, visitors share the winding streets with donkeys and goats, and fast food outlets and noisy bars don’t exist.

There are hundreds of beaches on Antigua but some of the best include Half Moon Bay, stretching for nearly a mile on the south eastern coast and popular with windsurfers and snorkellers. For those seeking peace and quiet, the southwestern point off Johnson’s Point is tranquil and the nearby Turner’s beach has great views out to Montserrat. On the north coast Dickenson’s Bay is safe and popular with families, and nearby you find quieter beaches and can even sneak off to uninhabited inlets such as Prickly Pear Island.

Betty’s Hope
The islands’ colonial history is brought home at partially-restored Betty’s Hope, Antigua’s pioneer sugar plantation. The surviving structures are two stone sugar mills and a still house which form an open air museum and good picnic spot. It was built by Sir Christopher Codrington who named it after his daughter Betty.

Bush Safari
Go for a bush safari in Barbuda. Stop for a picnic in the shade and watch for the wildlife amongst the sparkling salt ponds.

Cricket is played to the highest international standard as well as by enthusiastic amateurs in villages all over the islands. Antigua produced one of the finest cricketers the game has ever seen, Sir Vivien Richards and the country’s national stadium in St Johns is named after him. The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium was built for the 2007 Cricket World Cup and is found close to the airport. It is possible to visit the stadium.

Fig Tree Drive
Antigua’s most picturesque drive takes you down the scenic route of Fig Tree Drive. The 32km (20miles) of winding roads travel through the lush tropical hills and rainforest and rise to the steep farmlands around Fig Tree Hill before descending to the coast. Fig is the Antiguan name for banana and along the way you’ll see not just bananas but mangoes and coconut groves.

Frigate Bird Sanctuary.
Situated in the Codrington Lagoon, the Frigate Bird sanctuary is a forty minute boat ride across the water. It is a spectacular sight even for non-bird watchers. In the mating season from September to April this rare bird displays a huge red breast to attract a female mate and they lay one egg on a nest built precariously on the mangrove.

Great Bird Island
Take an excursion to Great Bird Island from Dickenson Bay. Glass-bottomed boats afford leisurely views of the reef, and a restored pirate ship sails around the island and takes passengers for day or evening trips, with food, drink and entertainment included.

Highland House
At Barbuda’s highest point of 38m (125 ft) are the ruins of the estate once run by Sir Christopher Codrington. Highland House, formerly known as Codrington House, dates back to the 18th century. Just 5km (3 miles) from Codrington Village still stands the 17m-high (56 ft) Martello Castle and tower, a fortress with a raised gun platform that was originally built by the British to defend the island. Both spots offer great views.

Indian Town Point
The wild side of Antigua can be seen at Devil’s Bridge, a limestone arch on the shore of Indian Town Point on the eastern side of the island where at high tide the Atlantic waves come crashing through boreholes in the rocks near the bridge. Indian Town Point is thought to have been an Arawak campsite before the Europeans colonized the islands. Guided tours are available.

Local Markets
Salivate and haggle over the riot of colourful fruits, vegetables and spices available at one of the best local markets in the Caribbean, situated in the south end of town at the junction of Valley and All Saints Roads.

St John’s Cathedral
Although it has been rebuilt three times because of hurricane damage, the present day St John’s Cathedral with its dramatic white towers is an imposing landmark built in 1845. It is worth a visit and contains some items from the churches that previously stood on the same spot and the bronze figures of St John the Baptist and St John the Divine are said to be taken from a French ship in 1756.

Introducing our brand-new name | Marella Cruises

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Have you heard our big news? We’re setting sail with a brand-new name, Marella Cruises. We’ve also got tonnes of exotic new routes in the pipeline, to complement our existing collection of over 120 destinations. One thing that won’t change is our service. We’ve chosen the motto ‘new name, same friendly welcome’, so you can expect the attentive, friendly and familiar service you know and love.

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