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North America Cruises
Whether you choose to cross the Atlantic by ship or air, cruise along either the East or West Coast of North America and then perhaps contrast American cities in a two centre land based combination you can not fail to be excited by the huge array of intriguing travel options on offer to help you discover the awesome continent that is North America.
The East Coast will entice you with its old fashioned colonial charm, rugged coastline and breathtaking autumnal hues while the West Coast's wow factor includes some of the nations' most iconic symbols of American life, each basking in warm glorious sunshine.
A North America Cruise is also one of the most popular destinations whilst enjoying a World cruise and is of course the original destination for the grand Trans-Atlantic cruises.
For the ultimate in sophistication, a luxury cruise with Cunard to New York is a must. Combine a few nights in this exciting city with your North America cruise on a cruise & stay holiday.
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Top North America Cruise Holiday Destinations and Shore Excursions
North America cruises to the United States
The East Coast is a veritable gold mine of National treasures right from Miami up to Maine. Explore the sultry delights of Miami's Art Deco district, take in a museum or two in New York and then chart the birth of a nation with a cruise from Boston, visiting the celebrated Freedom trail
The West Coast brings you a wonderful golden coastline of fine sandy beaches and fabulous sunshine. Cruise up from Los Angeles and marvel at the infamous Hollywood sign high up in the Hollywood Hills. Sail on up to colourful San Francisco for the shimmering Golden Gate Bridge and a poignant tour around the island of Alcatraz.
North America cruises to Canada
Canada still has strong French and British influences from its first settlers. Quebec City is often called 'Paris on the St. Lawrence' with cobblestone streets, ringing church bells and one of the most beautiful riverside settings in North America. Nova Scotia s the land of the first Scottish settlers and it's not uncommon to hear bagpipes playing.
North America cruises to Mexico
Mexico is a popular Caribbean cruise destination visiting the magical island getaway of Cozumel and the ancient Mayan maritime port Costa Maya. Cozumel is an island paradise offering white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, perfect for diving and snorkelling. Sun-kissed Costa Maya (shown below) is a gateway to lush rain forests and blue lagoons where you can discover the ancient Mayan cities of Chacchoben and Kohunlich.
For fabulous Stateside alternatives why not have a look at our stunning Caribbean cruises or equally our exciting South America cruises. For a chance to see the ‘Last Frontier’ try one of our Alaska cruises.
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