In the first and second parts of this series, we listed 10 river cruise comparison points. To review they are the ship design, the excursions, bicycles, the wine, the food, dining accommodations, ship spaciousness, terms and conditions, single supplement waivers and ownership.
It's wave season and that means great travel deals are plentiful. In my last post, I talked about what wave season means and how to make sure you're getting a great deal. There's even a little case study. This post gives some current examples.
Chances are you've either gotten an email or seen an advertisement with the words "Exclusive Wave Season sale" promoting great cruise deals for the new year. We just responded to an email from a customer already booked on a cruise who received such an email. Her question - is this a better deal?
Itinerary, time and cost. These are three topics which many people ask questions about. What's your favorite itinerary? What's the best time to river cruise? How much does it cost to river cruise? You ask about itinerary, time and cost - we answer.
Can I even afford my vacation? And why do vacations cost so much in the first place? These are some of the more common questions we get.