One of the things we love about cruises is that you get to explore lots of places at once and then you can decide if that destination is one you really love enough to spend the time and money to get to in order to go back and stay longer to explore more.
Another great thing about cruising is that dining is included, so it's a great way to try foods you might not otherwise try because you don't want to pay for a meal you won't eat.
Grab an extra appetizer or meal to split and you can all experiment with cuisine that maybe you haven't delved into before. The options are limitless.
Read our posts for tips, tricks, and things to do while on your next cruise. We specialize in travel with teens and tweens so that is much of where you'll find our point of view coming from.
Are you heading on a Disney Cruise Line vacation to the Bahamas soon? This list of best Disney Cruise Line photos to take on Castaway Cay will help you capture the best images of your family on Disney's magical private island, Castaway Cay!
Creating memories is what Disney does best. Whether you’re spending a day in the parks or you’re sailing the high seas on the Disney Cruise Line, you can count on making new family memories to last a lifetime.
Our kids love to cruise. In fact, if you ask my tweens and teens what their favorite vacation style is, a cruise is always on top. One of the reasons they love to cruise is because of the variety of activities available on the ship.
Have you ever been on a cruise? It's been a few years since I've been on one, and I've never been on a cruise with my family. In just about a week, I'll be boarding the Carnival Magic in Port Canaveral, Florida, and setting sail a 7 Day Western Caribbean Cruise for a week of family fun and sunset bliss