5 of the best cruise destinations for 2013

Cruise holidays are set to take the world by storm this year, as people strive to find better deals for their summer breaks. All-inclusive holidays have already become more popular thanks to the savings they often come with, and cruises definitely represent some of the best all-inclusive price breaks to be found.

Silversea Cruises is one of the most popular cruise lines available and travels to a range of destinations. On a Silversea cruise you can experience luxury dining, great entertainment and superb shore excursions to places around the globe, all for much less than you might expect. For 2013, Silversea’s top cruise destinations include some unexpected favourites, so you could definitely go somewhere interesting this year!

Consider these options for Silversea cruise holidays:

1.    The Caribbean

The Caribbean has long been a favourite for Silversea, and there’s certainly no shortage of places to visit in this part of the world. Caribbean cruises include a huge number of potential shore excursions at ports such as Cococay and Nassau in the Bahamas, St. Johns in Antigua, George Town in Grand Cayman and many, many others.

2.      Alaska

Most only think of the warmer destinations when planning a cruise, but Alaska could be the ideal choice. This US state boasts some of the most amazing landscapes you’ll ever behold and you even stand a chance of catching a glimpse of Alaska’s fantastic wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for whales, brown bears, moose, caribou, dall sheep, sea otters and red fox when on a Silversea cruise to Alaska.

3.      Hawaii

This part of the USA is well-known for its stunning beaches and relaxed way of life. If you fancy going on a holiday that lets you enjoy traditional Hawaiian luaus, delicious cuisine and daily trips to the beach, look online for Silversea cruises to Hawaii now. Depending on your chosen cruise, you could make stops at Maui, Kailua Kona, Oahu and the Big Island.

4.      The Far East

Far East cruises are best enjoyed at length, with most cruises to this part of the world lasting for weeks. This is because there are just so many places to visit, with China, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia being just some of the potential ports of call on a Silversea cruise.

5.      The Baltics

The Baltics include a large number of countries that you can visit all the while enjoying a cruise. Russia is one of the most popular destinations within the Baltics, with Silversea cruises regularly stopping in St Petersburg. You can also visit Denmark, Finland, Estonia and other countries during a Baltics cruise though.

There you have it – the top five destinations from Silversea cruises for 2013. Will you be booking a cruise to one of these places this year?

This article was provided by Aurora Johnson on behalf of CheapCruises.com, a cruise comparison website offering Silversea cruise holidays.


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