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There's no part of the world that our cruises don't visit! Explore the rivers of Europe on a classic river cruise, or bask in the Mediterranean sun as you explore the Adriatic. Follow in the footsteps of the explorers as you navigate the Northwest Passage or crush the ice en route to Antarctica. Immerse yourself in an underwater world of vibrant marine life as you snorkel in the South Pacific and Central and South America. Or witness the rugged west coast or the historic east coast of the United States. And our carefully selected boats are among the most comfortable yachts and ships around, offering the best in service, dining, and off shore adventures. Cruises are an excellent way to see the world — your hotel is your transportation, so you never have to worry about getting to your next destination. Ready to go? Book your cruise now!

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A Guide to River Cruises in Europe

What to Expect on a European River Cruise?

Serene & Intimate
Traditional ocean cruises will often find hundreds or thousands of passengers sharing the ship. On the other hand, riverboats are narrow vessels especially designed to navigate the bridges and locks of the rivers of Europe. The smaller space means each cruise is more intimate and relaxing, with as few as a dozen travelers aboard. 

Beautiful Landscapes & Cultural Attractions
River cruises in Europe are a delightful way to experience Europe's most vibrant cities, verdant valleys, and rolling vineyards. It's a unique sightseeing opportunity that takes you to the best sites in Europe, from France's picturesque countryside to the fairytale-like world of the Rhine. 

Premium Comfort
Most of our riverboats cruising Europe combine classic style with modern comforts. Whether it's your first time on a river cruise or you're used to sightseeing from the water, expect cozy cabins, first-rate service, and unforgettable offshore activities. 

Cruising the Mediterranean

About Antarctica Cruises

Highlights of an Antarctica Expedition Cruise

Antarctic Peninsula
Arguably the most famous region in Antarctica, the wildlife-rich Antarctic Peninsula includes top sites like Wilhelmina Bay, the South Shetland Islands, Paradise Bay, and more. Cruise the Peninsula for breathtaking scenery and massive penguin rookeries. 

Weddell Sea
Wild and unspoiled, the Weddell Sea features startlingly clean waters and enormous tabular icebergs that make for a jaw-dropping sight. This far south, explorers can get a glimpse of seals, whales, and a large population of penguins.

Ross Sea
Ross Sea expeditions take travelers to one of the most remote places on earth, an adventure with little human encounters but plenty of sightings of polar wildlife like penguins, seals, and whales. While it's typically only accessible two or so months a year, Ross Sea cruises usually go up to 30 days or more.

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Cruising Alaska

Top Things to See and Do on an Alaska Cruise

Glacier Bay National Park 
A mainstay in an Alaska cruise along the Inside Passage route, Glacier Bay National Park features the awe-inspiring view of massive icebergs. Keep your eyes peeled for a wide variety of wildlife in the water, including orcas, seals, and sea lions. 

Ketchikan is the state's southernmost city, best known as the world's salmon capital. Found on Revillagigedo Island in the Tongass National Forest, the picturesque city features plenty of cultural gems, including art galleries and pretty parks. 

Kenai Fjords National Park
Nestled in the beautiful Kenai Peninsula, Kenai Fjords National Park is a majestic destination with huge glaciers and a thriving wildlife population. 

Denali National Park
The national park is definitely Alaska's most popular attraction, famous for being home to Denali Mountain, the highest peak in North America. It's not typically included in a cruise expedition, but it's worth visiting on an Alaska tour anyway.

Cruising the Galapagos Islands

Tips for a Galapagos Cruise

Pick the right cruise. Research the different Galapagos islands and make a list of your must-visit sites to know the exact tour that suits your interests.

Know when to go. The archipelago is a year-round destination, but if you want to watch the blue-footed boobies mating dance or catch the nesting season of sea turtles, you may want to visit on specific months. Check out our month-by-month guide here

Choose a scuba diving cruise (or snorkeling cruise). If you're interested in Galapagos' underwater treasures, a dive cruise will take you to the best dive sites in the archipelago.

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Cruising FAQs

Are cruises expensive?
Cruises are only as pricey as you want them to be. Some cruises are only a few hundred dollars, while more extravagant ones can cost as much as a couple hundred grand — it really depends! The good news is the price you’re paying typically includes accommodations, transportation, most meals, and activities.
Who is the typical cruise passenger?
Travelers span all ages and nationalities. There are families who join cruises all over the world, so sometimes there are passengers as young as little kids. On the other end of the spectrum, older travelers are drawn to more relaxed, laidback cruises.
Will I be able to understand the guides?
All the guides in Adventure Life cruises speak English, along with the local language of the destination.
Do I need to be fit to join a cruise expedition?
Adventure Life offers a wide range of cruises to suit a variety of travelers. Adventurers eager to embark on strenuous activities like trekking and other sports have plenty of choices but if you’d rather chill out, there are also tours that focus on sightseeing and relaxation.
I’m a solo traveler. Can I still join a cruise?
Yes. Many of the cruises under our Solo Travel experiences waive single supplement fees if you share accommodations with another solo traveler, which is an economical option for anyone traveling alone. Your trip planner can discuss all the details regarding your specific trip interests.
What do I need to pack for a cruise?
It really depends where you're going. Fortunately, a comprehensive packing list will be sent with your departure packet. Common items include appropriate clothes, comfortable shoes, and personal toiletries, along with destination-specific items. 
Are Adventure Life cruises customizable?
Yes. At Adventure Life, we pride ourselves on cruises tailor-made to your interests and needs. Contact our travel experts and let them know your preferences for the adventure of your dreams.
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