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Plan your Summer Cruise Vacation on a Budget

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It's the end of winter and the beginning of SPRING-which means that we are that much closer to SUMMER TIME! Its time to start planning your vacation now!

A really popular, fun, and economical way to travel is via ship! Cruise travel is becoming more and more popular because most cruises are all inclusive (your "hotel", food, and most drinks are free), you get to experience luxury for less, and you get to visit exotic locations.

Here are some tips to get the BEST cruise rates possible:

  • Get in touch with a good travel agent. Travel agents have access to the BEST travel rates and can help you to determine where to go, what type of cabin to book, and how to score the BEST travel deals. All Inclusive Travel Hut has a local cruise specialist that can provide you a quote for free over the phone (281) 377-3488 ext 104 for the cruise travel specialist.
  • Sail at non-peak times. The BEST times of the year to sail are from January - March and August - November. Any other time IS peak season. April - July are considered wave season months and the prices tend to be higher at this time of year.
  • Check online for Last Minute Cruise Deals. If you don't choose to go through a travel agent, you could always check prices for yourself on an online booking engine like have a complete section of Last Minute Cruise Deals that can help you to score the best deal on a cruise vacation.


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