Despite its sometimes primitive conditions, Africa lures travelers with its friendly people, rich history, and renowned art and cultural traditions. More Info
Take an Alaskan cruise and view perpetually snow-capped mountains and beautiful ice-blue glaciers. You havenít seen anything until youíve seen a slab of ice hundreds of feet high crack off the face of a glacier and crash with a sound like thunder into an ice-blue bay. And you havenít experienced the real Alaska until youíve sailed beyond the Inside Passage to encounter the rugged, 18,000-foot peaks of the Southcentral coast. Along the way, you'll marvel at towering glaciers, misty fjords, colorful Gold Rush towns, majestic mountains and frolicking wildlife.
Think of the Orient and a dozen images emerge - the golden palaces and temples of Bangkok, the Forbidden City of Beijing, the international wares of Hong Kong and Seoul, and the exotic flavors of Vietnam and Maylasia. No place hold facination of the western world quite like the Orient. For countless centuries it was isolated, wrapped in mystery and intrigue. Today you are a welcome visitor as you explore the Orient. More Info
See Australia/New Zealand
Choose an exotic adventure that takes you from the Australian outback to the warm sapphire waters of The Great Barrier Reef. Catch sight of the famous Tasmanian Devil in Hobart, Tasmania, and fish for dinner in Tauranga, New Zealand. And visions of Sydney, Australia, will take your breath away.
Sail -- on a Carnival cruise -- to the storybook paradise of Bermuda. Discovered 500 years ago by Spanish explorer Juan de Bermudez, this island is famous for its green hills, pastel-colored homes and world-class golf. Take your time strolling along the pink sand beaches, biking on scenic mountain lanes, shopping for bargains and enjoying the island nightlife. More Info
See Canada/New England
Finding the exotic in your own backyard is easy when you cruise along the eastern Seaboard of North America. New England offers so many chances to step back into history, to see how life was lived by turn of the century millionaires, to experience rugged seashores, picturesque lighthouses on cliffs overlooking quite coves. Uncover history around every turn of Boston's famous Freedom Trail and along the walls of the Citadel, Halifax's 19th-century bastion fortification. Be inspired by the same powerful seascapes in Portland, Maine, that gave poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow his muse. The stories unfold along the sea. More Info
As you watch another perfect sunset weave a tapestry of lavendar, gold and fuschia, you marvel at the many sights and sounds that await you in the Caribbean. Exotic, neon-striped fish. Native arts handcrafted from the island's resources. Lush mountain tops with shaggy green heads rising above fog shrouded shoulders. A flock of wild parrots in a burst of flight. Island rhythms drift across the harbor, as the lights of the village twinkle like tiny fireflies on the hillside. You never knew there were this many side to the Caribbean. You never knew there were this many shades of blue. More Info
Stand in awe before the works of Michelangelo and Boticelli in Italy. Witness the remains of ancient civilizations in Greece and Turkey. Tour the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and Palace Square in St. Petersburg, the rallying point of the Russian Revolution in 1917. From the fjords of Norway to the ruins on the Mediterranean, explore a rich European history. More Info
See Hawaii/South Pacific
Explore America's true tropical paradise - the Hawaiian Isalnds - first settled by Polynesians between 500 and 700 AD. As you sail from one exotic island to the next, you'll discover the diversity that makes each island its own jewel of the Pacific. Explore the rich legacy of King Kamehameha the Great and walk the halls of Iolani, the only royal palace on American soil.
Find beauty in the woodcarvings, basketry and weavings of the island's master craftspeople. And find yourself in awe of the scenery - from towering cliffs and volcanoes to the delicate loveliness of the orchid, Hawaii's beauty is revealed in every landscape and in every detail. More Info
See Mexican Riviera
A land of colorful contrasts with more to see and do than you ever imagined. Glittering resorts and secluded beaches. High-rise hotels and 18th-century cathederals. When the sun's out - and it alwyas is in this legendary part of the world - swim, sun, dive, fish or relax under a shady palpa. When the stars come out, discover exciting continental restaurants, open-air cantinas and discos where you can dance the night away. More Info
See Panama Canal
Nearly 500 years ago, the Spanish explorer Balboa envisioned a waterway that would cut through the emerald hills and jungles of Panama to connect the world's two great oceans. Today, his dream is a magnificent reality and your Panama Canal cruise is an unforgettable voyage as you pass through massive steel gates into the canal's 1000-foot-long locks and over sparkling, man-made lakes. You'll sail through the emerald-green jungles of Panama to a myraid of enchanting destinations through the Caribbean and along the Mexican Riviera. More Info
See South America
South America has somethimg for everyone from the intriguing Galapagos Islands to glittering Rio de Janeiro; from mysterious Machu Picchu to thrilling Cape Horn. Witness the pride of the gaucho and the passion of the tango. Encounter curious guanacos and comical penguins. Visit cosmopolitan cities and travel further from civilization that most modern-day travelers ever get. This is the beauty of a South America cruise. More Info
The Atrors and Vanderbilts partied across the Atlantic in the 1920s; Tracy and Hepburn in the 1950s. In the new century, it's your turn to stoll magnificent decks and sip champagne from crystal goblets. More Info
A world cruise has always been the ultimate travel adventure. But like any vacation, it's not just where you journey that matters, but how. Take a world cruise and see the variety that our planet has to offer. More Info