Winter Cruises

Best Winter Cruise Destinations
Hawaii is, and has always been one of the most favorite destinations for winter cruises. There is so much you can do here, the best part being that, it gives you a feeling of being far away from the world. You can go snorkeling with sea turtles and dolphins, or horseback on the shoreline. You can eat some amazing food in Honolulu and hike across the lava fields of Hawaii’s lunar landscapes. The acrobatics show in Hawaii’s famous shore break is another activity you would want to watch when you are cruising there. Some of the famous vacation spots in Hawaii are Oahu, Maui, Kauai beaches and Hawaii, the Big Island. Kauai is nicknamed the Green Island as it is a lush green paradise with rain forests, where the movie Jurassic Park was shot. In Oahu, you can enjoy some shopping, whereas in Maui you can visit Haleakala which is the worlds largest dormant volcano. Also visit the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii, the Big Island. Hawaii beaches and islands are few of the unexplored islands in the world today, offering quiet and peace throughout the year. Hawaii vacations are a perfect way to enjoy some sun and some adventure.

The Panama Canal
The Panama Canal is one of the best places to go on a cruise in the winter, as along with the sun, it offers some of the world’s best architecture. All the ‘ports of call’ in the Panama Canal cruise, will offer you lots of shopping, water sports and some of the best scenes in Central America. However, more than these mesmerizing scenes of nature, the transit through the canal is what you should wait for. The time when the ship gets in line behind other huge number of ships, is the best time to see all the engineering skills that were applied to make this canal in the early 90’s. The physics applied in lowering ships with weights of 100,000 tons is something spectacular. These interesting facts and natural settings, make this one of the most worthwhile cruises. You can take this cruise twice in a year, once in Spring from East to West, and then in the fall from West to East, the time when ships move from the Caribbean to Alaska. If you have the time and the money, you can choose for a cruise up to whichever port of call you want, on the way to Alaska or while coming back to the east. There a number of routes that you can choose from for this cruise, so make sure you choose the best.