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Kim’s Top 5 Cruise Destinations for Group & Incentive Travel

Kim’s Top 5 Cruise Destinations for Group & Incentive Travel

Cruise Dreams incentive trips, whether by land or at sea , offer  “UNIQUE “programs designed to include adventure and excitement making  it an excellent reward for top performer, top customers, end of year sales meetings or any other group incentive!

When it comes to value cruises offer a definite advantage.  We can tailor an incentive cruise program based on # of passengers, itinerary, your budget and your goals.  Check out our Top 10 Reasons to Cruise and pick from one of these great destinations to sail away on your next Group or Incentive program.

1.     Mediterranean Cruising which includes ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN and more

Mediterranean Cruise

The Mediterranean boasts many famous ports of call — Athens; Alexandria, Egypt; Rome and Sorrento, to name a few. The Mediterranean Sea touches 21 countries, including Spain, Monaco, France, Egypt, Italy, Turkey, Israel and Morocco. On a cruise to the Mediterranean, you can visit such disparate sites as the pyramids, the Rock of Gibraltar and the Vatican to name just a few!

One of my favorites is Malaga and Marbella Spain.  Malaga is Spain’s second-largest port and the capital of Costa del Sol. Pleasing weather makes strolling the streets and enjoying the beaches and gardens in the town where Pablo Picasso was born.  For something indoors, the cathedral in the heart of town displays carved choir stalls, pictures and 103 carved saints. Even more unusual than the cathedral are the caves in Neria and the Alhambra Palace.

The restaurants in Malaga serve authentic tapas to help satisfy your appetite.  My favorite is EL PIMPI! The beautiful town of Marbella a short distance from Malaga boasts amazing views, golf courses and a great place to relax and rejuvenate for a post stay after a cruise!

2.     Greek Isles 

Piraeus Greece

Piraeus is Athens’ main port and the largest in Greece. The Kastella neighborhood offers scenic views of the Saronic Gulf, and the iconic Acropolis and Parthenon are Grecian landmarks that are must-sees in Athens. Monastiraka hosts a traditional Grecian flea market if you are looking for local shopping, but to get a feel for the historical significance of the city, visit the National Archaeological Museum. For an authentic local meal, check out local restaurants that serve ouzo with seafood mezedes.

Santorini Greece

To get the true beauty and diversity of GREECE you need to SAIL away to the other Greek Islands such as SANTORINI, such a wonderful adventure to ride a donkey up the mountain to the town center and take the cable car back down to the ship. Beautiful, quaint! Next stop MYKONOS, known for its white house’s as you dock in the harbor. Mykonos is the most expensive of the islands, with some of the greatest night clubs, restaurants in Greece. Crete, Rhodes, Katakolan are just a few of the many islands to visit. Greek isles are breathtakingly beautiful! A cruise is sure to leave memories that last a lifetime!

3.     Alaska

Mount McKinley in Denali National Park

Alaska is the #1 cruise destination for the 10th consecutive year! For most it is a once in a lifetime opportunity!  The breathtaking scenery, majestic mountains and clean crisp air are sure to fill your senses. An Alaskan cruise offers three versions, inside passage round trip from Seattle, Voyage of the Glacier Northbound from Vancouver or Southbound from Whittier. To add more adventure, you can include a few nights on a land tour in addition to your cruise itinerary, allowing your guests to get up close and personal with Alaska, its wildlife and beauty! Going into Denali National park or going as far north as Prudhoe Bay. Alaska offers endless possibilities in options.  Alaska guarantees to satisfy any visitor’s appetite for superb scenery, which boasts the continent’s highest peak, Mt. McKinley.

4.     Caribbean

Roatan, Honduras

Caribbean cruising is the most popular cruise offered today! There are so many versions of a Caribbean cruise. This allows you to choose from a variety of itineraries to length of cruise. In years past a Caribbean cruise offered a typical Eastern, Western or Southern Caribbean. Now cruise lines are offering more exotic ports of call such as Roatan, Turks and Caicos, Falmouth in Jamaica to name just a few. Most cruise lines now have their own private island which rate as passengers #1 favorite port of call! Offering a day of beach activities, water sports, beach barbeque with your ship being the only one docked it’s as if you have your own private island!

A Caribbean cruise can be designed to fit any group or incentives budget and can be designed from 3 – 7 nights or longer!

5.     Exotic Southern Caribbean

Exotic Southern Caribbean

Southern Caribbean cruises normally sail from San Juan and offer some of the most beautiful ports in Caribbean

 From Barbados, Aruba, Curacao, Tobago, Trinidad, St. Kitts and St. Lucia to name a few! Southern Caribbean cruising takes you to some of the most exotic ports of call in the Caribbean.

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