Top 7 Cruise Destinations

#7 Mexico
Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta and other west coast ports of call along the Mexican Riviera come alive with strong Margaritas and lively Mariachi bands. If you are planning to come and relax you may find the scene a little more hyper and energetic then you were expecting. The perfect time to set sail to this location would be anytime from November – April when the weather is dry, less humid and not quite as hot as the summer time. Currently we have 3 Cruise Lines available live on the site for Mexico, which are Norwegian cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Line and if you are traveling with some younger sailors we also have available the Disney Cruise Line.

#6 Hawaiian Islands
What is special about the Hawaiian Islands? Voyagers will get to view the dramatically cleaved, green-clad volcanic cliffs dropping down to the crystal clear Pacific Ocean. Keep in mind this is a long ocean trip from the mainland but definitely worth it for all the sights that you will see. The best time to set sail to the Hawaiian Islands would be almost every day, thanks to the location of this tropical paradise! Currently we have a few cruise lines that host Hawaiian cruises, you can choose from Holland America Line, Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and the Silversea Cruise Lines.


#5 Caribbean
On your cruise to the Caribbean you will visit many nation islands and the trips between the ports are short. Best time to set sail to the Caribbean would be simply “year-around” due to the beautiful weather, but we suggest traveling between the dates of January - February which is perfect nearly every day. Hurricane Season starts in November and ends in March so we suggest avoiding those times to take a Caribbean cruise. Currently we have a few cruise lines that host Caribbean Cruises which include Azamara Club Cruise Line, Costa Cruise Line, Cunard Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Holland Cruise Line, MSC Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Seabourn Cruise Line, and More!


#4 Alaska
What is special about Alaska you might ask? Imagine yourself quietly sailing by glaciers, snow-capped mountains and the crisp cold air on your skin. With stops at several ports that invite you take an abundance of photographs or you can helicopter onto remote glaciers for dog sledding. Remember Alaska can be a bit chilly in May and September which is the first and last month of a five-month season so pack warm clothes. The best time to set sail to Alaska would be June to August when the weather is the warmest. June offers a bonus with longer daylight for sightseeing, fishing or dining at many wonderful restaurants throughout Alaska. Currently we have a few cruise lines that host Alaska Cruises, from the Royal Caribbean, Silversea Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, American Cruise lines and More!


#3 South Pacific
Your cruise to the South Pacific will include lush tropical paradises, like the islands of Moorea and Bora Bora in French Polynesia. This cruise does have Long open-ocean travel between destinations except for cruises within French-Polynesia. The best time to set sail varies by location since South Pacific Covers a more Broad area so be sure to research where exactly you want to visit along the way. Currently we have a few cruise lines that host South Pacific Cruises, from Carnival Cruise Line, Holland Cruise Line, Princess Cruise Line and Silversea Cruises.


#2 Mediterranian
When setting sail for the Mediterranean be ready to experience many exciting regions, including the French Rivera, Greek Islands Italian Ligurian Coast and Spanish Costa del Sol. The best time to set sail would be the months from May to September which are the warmest but some ports of call can be tourist-packed in the summer months of July and August. Currently we have a few cruise lines that host Mediterranean cruises, from Silversea Cruises, Norwegian Cruise, Azamara Club Cruise Line and Many More!


#1 Antarctica
What is Special about Antarctica is that it is the World’s winter wonderland and is a truly special place to see and experience! Passengers will have the opportunity to see penguin colonies, soaring glacier cliffs and calving icebergs. The best time to set sail would be in Mid-December to Late February, when the sea and weather are most agreeable. *Note Cruise ships do not operate from April to October for the Antarctic winter. Currently our site features the Silversea Cruise Line for all Antarctica Cruises. Be sure to check out our reviews at Wholesale Services of America Reviews.