Travelers are natural conservationists. Seeing the world in all its magnificence is one of life’s greatest pleasures. If the earth’s incredible variety of land and seascapes are degraded, so is our travel experience.
Travel and tourism organizations that rely on our planet’s splendors know that it is in their interest to protect the environment, and cruise lines are at the forefront of corporate environmental stewardship; after all, their business depends on healthy oceans, clean beaches and pristine destinations.
As a professional travel advisor, I’ve had the privilege of helping my clients plan family getaways, romantic escapes, and bucket list itineraries. I love playing a role in creating vacation memories, and cruising is one of my personal favorite escapes to nature. Studies show the health benefits of spending time in the natural world, and a cruise promises the pleasures of being on the water.
And did you know that cruise lines are innovators in environmentally sustainable practices?
Engaging over the years with groups like Sustainable Travel International, the Ocean Conservancy and Conservation International, the cruise industry is fully committed to doing its part to preserve the oceans in which they will transport 23 million travelers this year, as well as the destinations they visit. It’s both the right thing to do and fundamental to the future of the industry.
With dozens of cruise lines and hundreds of itineraries to choose from, there’s something for everyone. And an experienced travel specialist can steer you toward the cruise that’s right for you.
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