superdumb supervillain: Small Ship Touring with Adventure Collection

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Small Ship Touring with Adventure Collection

If cruise ships seem too big and impersonal for your travel style, you might want to consider small ship touring. On smaller, privately-owned ships, you still enjoy safe, cozy accommodations with all the luxuries of a major liner- lounges, private baths, etc.- but you'll be able to explore waterways that are more off the beaten path than big ships can squeeze their way into.

Adventure Collection is a partnership of 10 premier adventure travel companies, dedicated to offering discerning travelers exhilarating, life-expanding journeys that nurture and sustain the varied cultures and landscapes of the world. They offer small ship tours to a variety of destinations worldwide with off-road travelers in mind. If your daydreams involve spotting wildlife in Antarctica or Africa, bicycling through the Alaskan frontier or kayaking the fjords of Iceland or New Zealand, they have a small ship touring option for you! 

I've never been on one of these trips but I'm hoping to share the experience with the whole family once the kids get a bit older. I think it would be amazing to learn about Darwin while visiting the Galapagos or taking a riverboat down the Nile. Someday.

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1 comment:

  1. My only concern on a small ship would be a greater chance of seasickness.


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