Un-Cruise Adventures' voyages are hands-on small boat explorations. With several styles to choose from — Active, Luxury, Heritage and Charter Adventures — you have an inviting alternative to your typical cruise.
Kayaks and whales, snorkels and paddle boards, mountains and desert, service and wine — all combine to help you uncover an adventure of interest. Then just pack your bags and venture into some of nature’s most exciting playgrounds and historic ports for exploration, eye-to-eye wildlife encounters and living history.
Discover something special in Alaska, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, Columbia & Snake Rivers, Hawaiian Islands and Coastal Washington and British Columbia. Expect a new line of itineraries focused on Panama and Costa Rica for 2016. Read about the Ogintz family cruise on the Wilderness Discoverer in Southeast Alaska in summer 2012.
Kids ages 8 and older are welcome on most departures, but exceptions for 7-year-olds may be made. Cruisers under 12 may prefer one of Un-Cruise Adventures’ “Kids in Nature” program departures that are as educational as they are fun. Kids save 25% on select Kids In Nature itineraries available for Alaska, Mexico and Hawaii cruises.
In this series
- Family Cruise Guide 2016 (main article)
- Family Cruises on Voyages to Antiquity (next article)
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