Travel — 10 March 2011
Want to see the world? Then go by cruise ship

Want to see the world? Then go by cruise ship.

Taking a holiday on a cruise ship is becoming increasingly popular as people discover the convenience and enjoyment of cruise holidays. For the ultimate journey, without the stress or hassle, why not book yourself on a round-the-world cruise? You can see all corners of the globe without having to worry about organising yourself from A to B.

With all the luxuries and activities on board, you get to sail happily around the world without needing to pack and repack, queue up to get through airports, or have to worry about where to stay.

Cruising is by far and away the simplest and most relaxing way to travel the world.

Another benefit of all inclusive cruises is that you can stick to a budget, and what’s more, you’ll be able to enjoy the journey! Instead of being stuck on a plane, or a train, when you travel by cruise ship you can be lounging in the sun, riding a rollercoaster, watching a movie, having a cocktail at the bar, or even learning how to cook!

There is so much to do on board, and even though an around-the-world cruise can take as long as 110 days, you will never run out of things to do.

As well as the fun to be had on board, you will be travelling to all kinds of new and wonderful places. Popular cruise destinations include Australia and New Zealand, Thailand, India, Spain, and Mexico! And while you will be free to do what you like with your time at these stops, you might like to book one of the day trips your cruise line offers. Day excursions vary from the adventurous to the easy-going so there will be something for everyone.

There are all kinds of cruise packages to suit your holiday needs, but chances are, there will be an itinerary and cruise ship you will love. One thing you can be assured about – taking a cruise is the easiest and most fun way to see the world.

The author works in the cruise ship industry and writes articles based on the world’s top cruise destinations.

Image by Getty Images via @daylife.


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