• New cruise ideas for 2012


    The cruising industry has truly spread its wings to include all corners of the globe and countless exotic destinations. Individuals keep up with the latest cruise news may be seeing more variations on the options available to the everyday passenger, which can allow travelers to try out some new locales besides the Caribbean and North America.

    According to ABC News, a great place to start looking for exciting cruise possibilities is The North Pole. Though mostly uninhabited, not many cruises can claim they have taken a ship to this part of the world while offering the great amenities expected of a superior excursion. Most leave from Finland and include the opportunity to leave the boat and walk about on the ice.

    If travelers want to experience several destinations at once, they could take an extended tour of Asia and visit Japan, Korea and China in an 18-day stretch, reports Fodor's. These types of cruises focus on land excursions, with trips to the Great Wall of China, Tienanmen Square and the Peace Park in Nagasaki, Japan.

    Other new cruises on offer this year depart from India and sail all the way to Arabia, or take the nautical route between Auckland, Australia, and Los Angeles.

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