10 Destinations Cheaper to See by Cruise Than on Landby Heidi Sarna and Kayla Becker | March 31, 2017
Cruising is a convenient and carefree way to travel, and it's also often a cheaper option than traveling overland and staying in hotels. This is especially true in expensive cities like Tokyo and New York City, as well as for areas where you need to fly between islands such as Hawaii.
And not only do cruise fares cover getting you from point A to points B, C, and D, they also often include extras that help you immerse yourself in the destination such as lectures and live music from local musicians, plus money-savers like transfers to main sights. Here are 10 amazing places that are less expensive to see by cruise ship than land.
Heidi Sarna is a Singapore-based contributor to ShermansCruise who has also written for Condé Nast Traveler and USA Today.
Kayla Becker is a New York City-based contributor to ShermansCruise and the assistant editor for the site.