One of our partners, Viking River Cruises, is offering some great deals on travel packages as they introduce ocean cruising and expand their river cruise products. Book a Viking cruise or a river cruise through AffordableTours.com today and you can save big.
The Ocean Cruise Line
Earlier this year, Viking announced plans for a new line of vacations, Viking Ocean Cruises. Expanding on Viking’s classic line of river cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises will allow travelers to take tours of Europe’s biggest and most famous seas, offering the same level of service and exclusive events and sights that have become a staple of the Viking name. The first planned expeditions are set to launch in May 2015, with voyages from Scandinavia through the Baltic Sea, as well as cruises that cover both the Eastern and Western Mediterranean.
Viking is already offering deals for the 2015 maiden voyages of the Viking Ocean Cruises line:Continue reading
This British overseas territory that is 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina is a popular stop for cruise ships departing from East Coast ports. Some short cruise itineraries from Boston, Baltimore, New York City or New Jersey ports sail solely to Bermuda, offering vacationers three days to explore this charming island.Continue reading
By Lucy Fernandez, Owner
Visiting the natural wonderland of the Galápagos Islands with your family is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Add in a unique hotel stay in Ecuador’s mountain region, remarkable sites in Quito and a dash of that famous Disney magic, and you have an out-of-this-world vacation to share with your kids. Indeed, Adventures by Disney provides a hassle-free trip that will knock the socks off children and amaze even the most seasoned adult travelers.Continue reading
By: Lin Humble
Vice President, AffordableTours.com
Last fall, Celebrity Cruises introduced its newest ship, the Solstice-class Celebrity Reflection SM. On a short two day introductory cruise, I sampled the ship’s many delights, including the enhanced AquaSpa, new AquaClass® suites and fine-dining options.Continue reading
Often called the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu is a pre-Columbian, Incan site that sits nearly 8,000 feet above sea level in Peru. It is perched on a mountain ridge above the Urubamba Valley northwest of Cusco. Hidden in the mountains, this mysterious site was seemingly not found nor destroyed by the Spaniards during the height of the Spanish Conquest; it appears as if its inhabitants lived in the remote location until the late 1500s. Today, Machu Picchu is a well-preserved reflection of Inca architecture.Continue reading