If you recently entered into parenthood, chances are you feel your days of jet-setting to an exotic location for a quick weekend trip are over. Not only do I encourage you to bring baby along, but there is a new world of traveling open to you. Consider a cruise.
Cruises are a great way for families to travel as there is such a variety of activities to do. Cruises include your food, which helps with budgeting as well and dreaded wonder of where can I find something that my kids will eat? Cruises are known for their buffets, which in the parenting world is a dream food destination as it makes even the pickiest eaters happy.
How do you choose which cruise ship line to go on? TravelZoo deal expert, Jane Archer recommends, if you’re “looking for a lively holiday on a large family-friendly, resort-style ship, with lots of fun activities and an unashamedly American vibe? Check out Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International and Carnival Cruise Lines.”
Click here to read more of Jane Archer’s TravelZoo article, “Non-cruiser's guide to cruising” which explains everything you need to know of how cruising works and how to pick your cabin and what’s included.
While on a cruise, you can visit exotic locations around the world without hassles. The ease of unpacking once for your entire family and arriving in a new port each day, allows you and your children to fully enjoy the experience.
FreshCruiser Tip: When you’re doing your research on which cruise line to book with, make sure to check out the kid’s club offerings.