Vacations To Go has been selling low-priced cruises since 1984. The 90-day ticker is known for rock-bottom, last-minute fares. Some itineraries aren't year-round, so planning is recommended. Some trips offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
These cruises typically sail from Montreal, New York or Boston from May through October. Fall foliage voyages are particular favourites.
You can cruise Alaska's Inside Passage up to Skagway or Juneau from May through September. May and September are the least expensive off-peak seasons. In June, daylight lasts 23 hours.
The Galapagos Islands off Ecuador teem with interesting wildlife such as tortoises, the blue-footed booby and the marine iguana. Cruises 10 to 13 nights or longer sail year-round.
Sail the Danube, Rhine, Rhone, Seine, Yangtze and other rivers throughout Europe, Asia and Egypt year-round on intimate vessels where English is spoken. All shore excursions are included in your cruise fare.
Cruises typically sail up the west coast from Bergen to the Arctic Circle from March through December. The days are extremely long from May through July, with multiple ports of call at quaint towns each day.
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