Just off the coast of South America, this Southern Caribbean cruise visits the Dutch islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao. You’ll find charming cafés, galleries, and a 17th-century fort in Willemstad, the traditional Dutch cityscape painted in bright Caribbean colors.
This itinerary features a double overnight stay in New Orleans during the most festive time of year. Experience the Krewe’s artistry and theatrics firsthand as you catch colorful beads and join in the vibrant festivities during this iconic parade. Onboard, listen to good jazz and dine on local favorites paired with fabulous wines, enjoy Celebrity’s own take on the Mardi Gras parade with more jazz music, party favors, and New Orleans inspired cocktails. Destination Speakers will cover topics such as the ancient Maya Empire, the history of Mardi Gras, the history of the Caribbean Indians, and more.
Set sail aboard the NEW American Countess. With four decks, including a Sun Deck, and 123 comfortable, inviting staterooms in four categories, this lovely paddlewheeler will become your home away from home on this 8 day sailing. Cabins feature a sleek and modern design that offer the perfect place to relax after enjoying an included shore excursion or an evening Broadway-caliber performance presented in The Theater onboard. The award-winning culinary team takes full advantage of each region’s diverse bounty of fresh, local ingredients to fashion authentic dishes that are served each day. This sailing features the American River BBQ Challenge. The competition will be tasty as the talented culinary teams compete throughout the voyage against regional barbeque masters, with the winner to be determined by all guests onboard.
While Cuba has been off-limits to most American travelers since 1963, cruise ships have started calling again to this mysterious island. Most visitors today are drawn not only by the island’s mild climate and beautiful beaches but also its cultural riches. Havana has a wealth of colonial buildings and vintage automobiles, as well as intimate […]
The Lower Mississippi River is the river of legends. It is the river of centuries-old shaded oak trees, elegant Antebellum plantations, cotton fields and Civil War memorials. River cruising through the rich history and cultural diversity of the Old South is like taking a step back in time. Sugar cane is still grown just as it was a century ago and lovingly restored mansions grace the Great River Road. From the sidewalk cafes and jazz clubs of New Orleans’ French Quarter to the barbecue hot spots and soulful blues of Memphis and everywhere in between, the Lower Mississippi region is a beautiful celebration of modern day attractions and timeless southern traditions.
Did you know Elvis is largely responsible for funding the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor? Every U S Tours Hawaiian Cruise includes an exclusive Elvis in Honolulu Tour. You will follow in the footprints of his Blue Suede Shoes, learn of his love for these islands and the story of how Elvis saved the Arizona Memorial. Read the Daily itinerary for more info.