Cruises are a great way to see the world, offering several attractions on one journey and combining the comforts of a hotel with the adventure of an excursion.
Goway Travel has cruises that take travellers across oceans, down rivers and over some of the world’s greatest lakes and fjords.
According to officials, its cruises favour small ships or boutique cruise vessels, giving travellers more personalized service.
On the five-night Rangiroa Dream cruise, for example, travellers board a boutique catamaran for a journey that takes them to Tiputa Pass, Mahanahana, Otepipi and Motu Faama in Tahiti. If culture is more your client’s style, journey along the rivers of Central Europe to visit world-famous Christmas markets, or cruise up the Nile to see the ancient Egyptian temples and monuments of Luxor and Aswan.
Goway also has cruises through the Galapagos Islands, up the Mekong River, and across the picturesque waterway of Milford Sound in New Zealand.
“In addition to being a great way to see many destinations, cruising also makes for an easier travel experience,” says Mike Bertoia, product manager for Goway Idyllic Islands. “On a cruise, travellers only unpack their luggage once, which saves them hassle. As well, on many cruises, travellers enjoy additional inclusions such as daily meals, sightseeing trips and activities aboard the ship. All of these services are included in the listed price, meaning travellers pay upfront, ensuring they’re not surprised by hidden fees or unexpected expenses.”