There are plenty of reasons to take a cruise. For starters, it’s an exciting way to see Alaska’s natural beauty and experience wildlife up close and personal. Unlike public transportation, where passengers are hounded by traffic and other annoying sounds, a boat ride features both a tour guide and a skipper, who can focus on the group’s needs. Also, the smaller size of a boat means more friendly and relaxed surroundings.
You can also experience the thrills and dangers of a river cruise. Most river cruises involve small, fast-moving vessels steered by a knowledgeable skipper. In addition to the thrill of cruising through choppy waters, passengers can also enjoy sights such as an abandoned gorilla camp in the African Congo and the enchanting Amazon rainforest.
While Cruise is still a ways off from providing autonomous rides for fares, it has made major strides toward making it a viable option in some cities. The San Francisco trial of this self-driving service is just the first step in a larger scale project that could lead to more autonomous vehicles. The company hopes to expand its driverless service in the coming years, but it has yet to officially introduce the ride-hailing service to the general public.
During the ride, you’ll see a multitude of animals, including a pair of African elephants, a family of olive baboons, a lion pride feasting, and a group of hungry piranhas trying to attack a safari party. You’ll also see a giant python, a pair of gorillas, and a pride of lions. There’s even a Tarzan song playing over the 1930s radio, which reminds you of a jungle movie.
If you’re looking for a more in-depth cruise experience, you can choose a Cruise Tour, which combines a cruise and land tour. In Alaska, the cruise portion includes accommodation in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Denali National Park. In Canada, you’ll also visit the Canadian Rockies on a train ride, on which you’ll travel overnight.
While the movie loosely follows the storyline of the theme park attraction, it also reimagines some of the characters and themes from the attraction. One of the most notable is the character Trader Sam, portrayed by Veronica Falcon. As the chief of the Puka Michuna tribe, Trader Sam is smart and savvy. By reinventing the character, the movie was able to incorporate familiar tropes in a fresh and original way.
If you’re traveling with a wheelchair, you’ll want to check out a boat with accessible spaces. These boats can accommodate most wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, and many ECVs. Guests in wheelchairs will be called to board the boat and may stay on to assist in unloading. Meanwhile, other members of the party can get off at a regular unloading dock.
In addition to the fun, an exciting cruise ride will surely be a highlight of your vacation. You’ll be able to see the sights from a whole new perspective. Depending on the cruise line, you might find a new favorite activity. Some cruise lines are even adding new activities and amenities to their ships. The MSC Seascape and Carnival Jubilee will soon feature a Go-Kart track on the top deck.