With costs for airfare skyrocketing these days, the option of vacationing via cruise ship is becoming increasingly enticing. But why wasn’t it popular before? After all, cruise ships are pretty much all-inclusive, with your single ticket providing you with your nights’ stay, meals, activities, and fun. Perhaps its due to folks preferring to vacation on one island, instead of the entire chain. Or maybe you just don’t like boats. Whatever the reasons for their unpopularity in the past, cruise ships are making a quick comeback! Plus, many cruise lines are renovating and redesigning their decks, offering more things to do and upgraded amenities for guests. It’s easy to see why so many are choosing to cruise over fly; it’s cheaper!
With affordable cruise packages available and ports accessible around the country, booking Hawaiian cruises has never been easier. Plus, you can score discounts and deals if you book through the right travel company.
Hawaii Aloha Travel offers cruises from a variety of lines including Princess, Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Holland America, and Pride of America. You can find docks in California (Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego), Hawaii (Honolulu), Alaska, and Canada. Once you reach the Hawaii archipelago, most cruise ships port at the four main islands, Big Island, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai, giving passengers a full day (sometimes over-night) to explore and traverse the island. Hawaiian cruises are a great way to experience the islands’ extensiveness and become familiar with each unique destination.
Posted by: Bruce Fisher