Oceans. Seas. Rivers.
There's so much opportunity for different kinds of cruising.
Modern cruises vary from cozy family-run river cruises to floating cities with nightclubs and roller coasters.
Whatever your tastes are, on Travel Source you will always amazing new ideas for your next vacation.
A cruise is a great way to see the world; it combines all of the advantages of a group tour with all of the comfort of travelling on your own. You can stay on the biggest megaship in the Caribbean to access all of the entertainment options and amenities you could ask for. Or you can travel down the Rhine on an intimate river ship with luxurious dining and accommodations.

Whatever your cruise vacation dreams are, you can research and compare all of your options first.
Increasing popularity in cruising as a family affair has changed the game, and many cruise lines now offer experiences designed especially for children. With more and more choices available, choosing a cruise line for your family vacation can be overwhelming. That's why we've created a list of the top cruise lines for families (in no particular order), so you have a place to start.
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Gourmet dining. Five-star accommodations. Personalized service. Engaging itineraries. The hallmarks of luxury cruise lines provide an experience unlike any other. What typically characterizes the downsides of regular cruise life—closet-sized rooms, overcrowding, not enough crewmembers—does not exist on luxury cruise ships.
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There's no better way to spend a vacation than lounging by the pool, soaking up the sun and relaxing. But even that can get boring eventually! When it does, you'll want some ideas in your back pocket for ways to spend your time away from the pool deck. Here's a guide for some things to check out on every cruise, large or small.
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The most popular cruises typically go to the Caribbean or Mexico, or maybe Alaska or southern France if you're an experienced traveler. While those ships and destinations are great, other areas of the world offer incredible cruise experiences in unusual places where you can do and see things that can't be replicated anywhere else.
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Much to the surprise of many first-time cruisers, nearly all cruises have some sort of dress code. The specifics of that dress code, however, can cause much uncertainty. In certain areas and at certain times of the day (evenings, specifically), most cruise lines enact a dress code that is worth investigating before you pack for your trip.
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Even if you have to get a little creative, a daily workout will keep you fresh and energized throughout your trip (especially when you are cooped up on the ship for extended periods of time, surrounded by giant greasy buffets and tons of snacking opportunities!)
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While a cruise may seem like the perfect opportunity to splurge on all the food and drink your heart desires, it's easy to lose site of your health goals and come back feeling heavier than when you left. You should most certainly indulge in the local cuisine and treat yourself…but within reason.

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