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If you’re looking for a cruise operator that offers unrivalled choices on some of the best ships in the business, you can’t go wrong with Carnival Cruises. Boasting 24 ships, Carnival is the biggest cruise line in the world. Not just that, this huge operator also offers first-rate facilities and great value for your money, along with a range of holidays especially geared toward families and children.

Let’s take a look at some of the wonderful places you can go to with Carnival. One of their most spectacular itineraries is a 7-night tour of Alaska, offering a luxurious way to explore this incredible icy wonderland. You could set sail from Seattle and stop at the city of Juneau, before heading off to Glacier Bay, Skagway and Ketchikan, and finishing your cruise in the fantastic city of Vancouver in Canada’s beautiful British Columbia.

Alaska 1


For something a little warmer, enjoy a cruise of the Caribbean by sailing from New Orleans to Key West in Florida and various ports in the Bahamas. Or, try a slightly different Caribbean itinerary by exploring the beautiful Dominican Republic, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Turks and Caicos.

There are tons of other itineraries available with Carnival Cruises, ranging from three nights and up; and taking in such fantastic destinations as Hawaii, the Panama Canal and many more.

Panama Canal

Panama Canal

And once you’re back onboard, there’s plenty to see and do which means you’ll never get bored in-between ports of call. Enjoy daily entertainment such as demonstrations and high-octane shows, let the kids go wild in the water park, head off for a relaxing massage in the spa, or dance until the small hours in an onboard nightclub.

As cruise holidays go, Carnival certainly knows how to make sure everyone has a ball. The only difficulty is, which Carnival cruise will you choose?

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