Cruise Traveller Blog

UNESCO sites – SEYCHELLES – Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve

Praslin Island in the Seychelles is home to the UNESCO listed Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve which is one of only two places in the world that the infamous Coco de Mer palm grows. Thought to be everything from an anti-venom to an underwater tree, this fascinating fruit has a story all it’s own.

The Mekong Diaries – Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh is one of those destinations that fills you with equal parts horror from the past and hope for the future…

What did you think of… Windstar’s Star Legend

Find out what Mr and Mrs Bowen thought of Windstar’s Star Legend on their trip to Japan.

From Cherry Lemonade to Fiery Volcanoes – Five Reasons to Visit the Columbia River.

Illegal lollypops! Here are some interesting tidbits about the Columbia River in America’s Pacific North West…

The Mekong Diaries – Chau Doc, Vietnam

Ever wondered what you do on a Mekong cruise with Heritage Line’s ms Jahan? Wonder no more…

Be an Animal-Friendly Cruiser

David Attenborough, once remarked:
“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.” Read more

Five Travel Destinations You’ve Probably Never Thought of…

Sick of Bali, Fiji and Europe? Have a hankering to try out something new? You’re in the right place! Here are five travel destinations that are made possible by small ship, that you might never have heard of, but can now add to your bucket list.

The Expedition Diaries – Talbot Bay & Horizontal Falls, The Kimberley Australia

Getting horizontal at Talbot Bay’s Horizontal Falls is a ‘next level’ holiday experience…

The Expedition Diaries – Savu Indonesia

Expedition travel turns YOU into the tourist attraction. Discover remote Savu in Indonesia with us…

How SMALL ships became a BIG success for Cruise Traveller

While cruise ships were getting bigger and travel companies around the world were jumping on the growth and obsessed about the growing size of vessels, Craig noticed no-one was looking after small, boutique ships…