If you’re looking for something a little bit eggs-tra over the Easter break, we know eggs-actly what you need. You’ll have to pardon the puns we’re cracking at the moment, but we just can’t help it – not when we have such eggs-cellent cruise deals at cheep prices to share with you over Easter!
Easter is in fact the ideal time for a cruise, particularly if you’re looking for a bit of sunny weather after the doom and gloom of winter. The sun is starting to rear its head again and we’re getting into that holiday mood once more.
Spring is renowned as one of the best times of year to visit the Norwegian Fjords as the sun is low in the sky, brightening some of the most stunning vistas you’ll come across where the mountains meet the sea.
P&O Cruises offer a range of 7 night cruises through the Fjords, setting out from Southampton and including stops at the ever picturesque Alesund which is renowned as one of the prettiest ports in Norway with the surrounding Sunnmore Alps, and Olden where you can explore the Briksdal Glacier in blazing sunshine with dramatic views down the mountainside.
If you’re looking for a taste of tropical bliss over Easter and the chance to bask in the sun while enjoying a slower pace of life, a Caribbean cruise will work wonders for the system. Easter hits right at the end of the best season to visit these sunny climes, so you’ll enjoy excellent weather alongside cheaper prices for packages as the busy season tails off.
The Caribbean cruise routes often begin in Miami and allow you to take in exciting and fun destinations such as Jamaica, the Bahamas or even the Atlantic coast of Mexico.
For those wanting to stay closer to home with a short break, but still need that time to get away, a Western Mediterranean taster cruise is the answer to your holiday prayers. You might pick a few nights in the sunny south of France, taking in the sights of Marseille, Monaco and Nice. For those looking to pack culture into their trip, a cruise with a stay in Barcelona is ideal, allowing you the chance to visit Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia or the Park Guell, all the while munching on the fresh and tasty cuisine of the Med.
Hawaii is a more far flung destination for the more adventurous and active who want a taste of something new. There is no doubt that Hawaii is holiday goals for most holidaymakers, filled with dramatic sights such as volcanoes, lush green forests and vast expanses of sandy beaches. If you’ve got plenty of time to spare around Easter, this is a fantastic time to visit this secluded island chain for a bit of me time.
For a family holiday like no other, a cruise that takes in Florida’s famous Walt Disney World is the only option. Your kids will thank you for this one! Easter is the perfect time of year to visit Orlando, before the rainy season that sees hurricanes hits later in the year, but warm enough to enjoy the sunshine.
A Disney cruise will allow you to stay in one of the many fun-filled and themed resorts of Disney to explore the 4 theme parks and 2 water parks before jumping on board and exploring the surrounding area. Disney even has its own island, Castaway Cay, that only Disney cruise ships are able to visit.