20 Best All-Inclusive Cruises for Your Next Vacation | MSN.com
Best for nature and wildlife lovers
An UnCruise is unlike any other cruise you have experienced. Each of the ships in the fleet only accommodates between 22 and 86 passengers as you explore majestic wilderness areas in Alaska, Hawaii, the U.S. Pacific Northwest, Belize, Costa Rica and Mexico. On shore, you are often taken to places that can be reached only by inflatable kayak to view wildlife, such as whales, bears, monkeys and seals.
What's included: Fares include onboard activities like yoga classes and off-ship activities like hiking, snorkeling and more. Also included are alcoholic beverages (including fine wine, top-drawer spirits and microbrews), a half-hour massage per guest and port transfers. Gratuities, alas, are not included, but entry fees into national parks and all necessary equipment for your adventures are.
Where you can cruise: Many people will be drawn to Alaska, but for a unique big adventure on a small ship, use UnCruise Adventures to explore Guatemala and Belize, or even the Galápagos Islands. You'll cruise, kayak, paddleboard and snorkel the Barrier Reef in Belize, and discover the local culture through food, songs and storytelling while on land.