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Mikkelsen Harbour, Antarctica, Gentoo Penguins
Gentoo Penguins in Antarctica/Andy Rouse

If Antarctica is on your bucket list, now is a good time to check it off. Through July, you can score $1,000 off a 14-day trip with Natural World Safaris to the Great White Continent with award-winning photographers who will help you snap shots of penguins, whales, and seals. Book... Read More

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Milna, Croatia/iStock
Milna, Croatia/iStock

Does the new season of Game of Thrones have you yearning for a trip to Westeros? In honor of the new season, Friendly Planet Travel is offering savings of up to $100 with code GOT2017 to destinations selected specifically for their GOT filming ties. You’ll just need to book... Read More

CroisiEurope, Portugal, River Cruise
SCroisiEurope

River cruises are a great way to explore Europe at a sweet, slow pace — but for some the price tag can be daunting. To make sure you get the most out of your trip, we’ve found three great offers on summer river cruise vacations that add value for... Read More

Tromso, Norway, Midnight Sun
Tromso, Norway at 11pm

Sure, Norway is one of the most expensive countries in the world. But that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on your trip — especially if you know where to find the most value for your dollar. Here’s how to stick to a budget in Tromso, a... Read More

Theater Onboard the Crystal Serenity/Crystal Cruises
Theater onboard the Crystal Serenity/Crystal Cruises

A cruise is a great place to see a Broadway show. Norwegian offers a top-notch version of After Midnight, while Royal Caribbean prides itself on its full-length, and possibly better-than-Broadway-caliber production of Mamma Mia. The luxury cruise lines, however, haven’t gotten on the Broadway bandwagon as quickly. They... Read More

Carnival cruise ship, Nassau, Bahamas
Carnival cruise to Nassau/iStock

Cheap cruises aren’t hard to find; the real trick is finding one that’s worth the money. Trust us, you don’t want to snap up a $200 cruise only to find you’re on an old ship, bound for a not-so-exciting itinerary. We found five amazing cruises — all under $500... Read More

MSC Divina/MSC Cruises
MSC Divina/MSC Cruises

Sure, April showers bring May flowers, but the month also ushers in a seriously good cruise deal from MSC. Now through May 31, you can snag two-for-one fare on select Caribbean, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and United Arab Emirates cruises through November, with 50 percent taken off the regular fare. (Prices... Read More

Bike excursion in Paris/U by Uniworld
Bike excursion in Paris/U by Uniworld

European river cruises don’t come cheap, but there’s now a more affordable option that’s available only to younger travelers. Uniworld has launched a new brand, U by Uniworld, aimed at ages 21 to 45 — and the cruises are less than half the cost of their regular sailings. Starting next... Read More

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Azamara Club Cruises, Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe
Azamara Club Cruises ship in Îles des Saintes, Guadeloupe

Azamara Club Cruises has about 3,000 reasons why you should book a cruise right now. The upscale line of mid-sized, elegant ships (known for spending more time in port than the average cruise line) is offering a deal worth $3,000 in value for cruises in 2017 and 2018, depending on... Read More

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St. Maarten, Sonesta Resort, pool
Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort, Casino & Spa in St. Maarten

If you’re cruising to the Caribbean or DIY island-hopping on a budget, here’s a little secret from the travel pros: skip the pricey shore excursion and head to the resorts. One relatively inexpensive way to soak up sun is to purchase a day pass that will give you access to... Read More

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Norwegian Cruise Line, Norwegian Sky, cruise ship exterior
Norwegian Sky – Norwegian Cruise Line

We searched high and low for the best cruise deals of the week and found seven with incredible value, starting as low as $199 (yep, you read that right). So, whether your sights are set on the palm-fringed islands of the Caribbean, the towering glaciers of Alaska, or any... Read More

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Acapulco, Mexico, beach
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Here’s a quick look at what’s new this week in cruising, and how it could impact your next trip. Acapulco, Mexico will no longer be a stop on Holland America Line cruises through 2018 due to security concerns. Over the past few months, there have been several drug- and gang-related... Read More

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Cozumel, Mexico, beach
Ricraider

It’s easy to see why this island off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula is a frequent stop on Caribbean cruises. With white stretches of sand and turquoise water that’s optimal for snorkeling, it’s a delicious dive into the Caribbean. But beware — Cozumel has its share of tourist... Read More

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Celebrity Cruises, Celebrity Edge, Magic Carpet
Celebrity Edge’s Magic Carpet

Celebrity Cruises, known for having some of the most stylish cruise ships at sea, just announced design details for their newest class of ships in almost a decade, and we knew it would push the boundaries. Celebrity is among our favorite cruise lines for lots of reasons, especially because it... Read More

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Royal Caribbean, Symphony of the Seas
Symphony of the Seas

When Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Symphony of the Seas, launches in April of 2018, it will be the largest cruise ship in the world. Just how big is it? Definitely larger than some small cities, carrying a whopping 6,780 passengers in 2,775 staterooms — that’s 28 more rooms than the... Read More