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adventure cruises Galapagos


A trip aboard the 96-passenger Celebrity Xpedition is manageable enough for a multigenerational crowd—but that doesn’t diminish the thrill of watching 800-pound tortoises lumber near you. At night, head to the bar for a pre-dinner cocktail and a talk by a naturalist about the next day’s activities.; seven-night cruises run year-round; from $3,200 per person.

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Great adventure cruises

All across the globe, exploration ships — outfitted with a high capacity for fuel and food and made with shallower hulls to ply previously uncharted waters — are more in demand than ever. Read on for cruises to Bali, Iceland, Burma and beyond that prove “adventure” and “roughing it” are no longer synonymous. | By Jane Wooldridge, Travel + Leisure

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