Since Carnival has so many ships, they are able offer to offer some incredible cruises to the most beautiful places on earth. Here are eight Carnival cruises that you should go on.
A Carnival Journeys Cruise – Carnival Journeys are special cruises offered by Carnival that are not only nine plus days in length, but they also offer special activities and events that aren’t offered on other sailings.
Carnival Journeys feature unique on-board experiences where guests can enjoy local cuisine, entertainment and cultural opportunities within the various ports of call for that cruise. Activities focusing topics such as photography, cooking and arts and crafts and a 1980s-themed “Throwback Sea Day” are offered as well. Carnival Journeys are all about connecting you with the destinations that you visit.
10-16 Day Cruises to Hawaii – Carnival Cruise Line offers 10-16 day cruises to and from Hawaii. What makes these cruises so special? They are the perfect cruises for those who love sea days and visiting beautiful ports.
If you want to visit Hawaii, there’s no better way than by taking a cruise. You will be able to visit several of the Hawaiian Islands on one trip including Maui, the Big Island, and Oahu.
24 Night Sailing to Singapore – Carnival Cruise Line’s longest cruise ever, Carnival Splendor will sail a once in a lifetime trip next October from Long Beach, California to Singapore and cross the International Date Line. The cruise will have 17 sea days and visit ports in Hawaii, Guam, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
There will be a special ceremony onboard when the ship crosses the International Date Line, which essentially adds one extra day to the cruise.
Panama Canal – A trip through the Panama Canal should be on everyone’s bucket this. Carnival Cruise Line can take you through this engineering marvel on eight to 14 day cruises from different embarkation ports including Tampa, Galveston, Mobile, and San Diego.
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Cruises on Carnival Horizon – Carnival Horizon is the cruise line’s newest and baddest cruise ship and features the world’s only Dr. Seuss waterpark at sea. From smart elevators to specialty dining and shopping, Carnival Horizon is the ultimate cruise ship for Carnival lovers.
Carnival Horizon is currently sailing out of New York but will soon move to the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami. Once in Miami, the ship will sail six to eight night cruises to the Eastern, Western, and Southern Caribbean.
John Heald’s Blogger Cruise – Carnival Brand Ambassador John Heald has over 200,000 Facebook fans and each year, he hosts a special cruise. His next fan cruise is on Carnival Breeze that will sail cruise to the Caribbean on February 9, 2019 and stop in Amber Cove, St. Thomas, San Juan, and Grand Turk.
Registration opens in a few days on August 1, 2018 at 9:00 am and will close when it reaches 500.
Cuba – An island that is no longer nearly impossible to visit, Carnival offers cruises on several cruise ships to Cuba. Cuba is unlike any other port stop in the Caribbean and offers an experience that can’t be matched anywhere else. Onboard your ship, you will take in Cuban-themed entertainment that includes shows, salsa dance lessons, games, and lectures.
Alaska – The beauty of Alaska is a must see for any cruise fanatic. With seven night cruises starting at $699 per person, Carnival’s cruises to Alaska on Carnival Legend offer affordable options to see the 49th State.
From glaciers to wildlife, a cruise to Alaska on Carnival is a trip you’ll be talking about for the rest of your life.