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Cruises provide families with the convenience of a pre-planned itinerary, and the reassurance that kids will be entertained every step of the way. With the variety of options available, there’s no doubt you’ll find something to suit your travel needs! Hop from country to country with a cruise through Northern Europe, or spend time journeying through Japan and other parts of Asia. While Disney Cruises let youngsters hang out with some of their favorite characters in the United States, Alaska Cruises bring you through unique landmarks and natural wonders, some of which aren’t accessible by foot. Royal Carribean is available for everything in between, whether you’re looking to spend a day lounging at a waterpark, or some time cramming as many excursions as you can. Multi-generational trips, traveling with babies, and shorter, but more extensive vacations are all made easier with a cruise!

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Most Recommended Alaska Cruise Excursions

An Alaskan cruise is on many people’s bucket lists, so we won’t spend time telling you how amazing it is. There are a few different cruise lines to choose from based on the type of group you’re going with, and your budget. You also have a variety of options for excursions during your cruise. We went through suggestions from our contributors to bring you the most highly recommended activities to take advantage of, off the cruise ship.

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Tips for Cruising with a Baby

Cruising is a great option for families with babies who want to relax and not worry about the logistics of every meal and sightseeing adventure. Our contributors have shared great advice for first-timers to keep their babies well-fed and happy during the vacation.

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Our Royal Caribbean Cruise Experience

When choosing a cruise, there are certain criteria to look for: duration of cruise, number of days at sea, ports of call, and activities on board. This past winter break, we decided to try out a cruise and with so many to choose from it was definitely a tough decision. We decided our most important criteria was the ports of call (we wanted to go to places we haven’t been to) and activities aboard the ship. We had heard so many good things about the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class of ships (the largest ships in the world). So we decided on the Harmony of the Seas. This was a 7 day cruise, stopping at St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, and Labadee, Haiti.

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