Cruise Experts Available Toll Free: 1.888.804.CRUISE (2784)

Read Our Other Great Blogsview

Alaska Australia and New Zealand Caribbean Canada and New England Hawaii Mexico European River Cruises Bucket List Christmas and Holidays Group Cruises
  • 23
  • Oct
  • 2019

Cruise vs Land Vacation – Which is More Expensive?

cruise vs land vacation

When considering a cruise vs. land vacation, the savings from an all-inclusive cruise definitely makes a cruise vacation the preferred choice.

Vacations are special times. They offer an opportunity to get away from the stress of the job, spend quality time with the ones you love, and visit new and exciting places. Sometimes planning a vacation can be challenging especially when considering a cruise vs. land vacation.

Should you plan a cruise vs land vacation? It can be hard to decide on a resort vs cruise vacation without all the cost information available.

Happy Traveler Comment
Glynna, Months after our wonderful Alaska cruise of May 2009, I was thinking about you this morning and the great CruiseExperts.com help you provided. Your attention to detail and quick action provided a wonderful, economical upgrade to a veranda room on Holland America's Ryndam! Everything about this trip was truly "first class" - and the nice bottle of California red waiting in our room was a lovely touch. I could not be more pleased with your service. When we contemplate taking another cruise, you will be the first person I contact. — Bob C.

Here at CruiseExperts.com, we have all the information you need to help you plan the perfect vacation. We think you’ll be surprised to learn just how affordable a cruise can be.

All inclusive cruises are the best choice when working within a vacation budget because your final price will include accommodations, meals, entertainment, and more.

Cruise vs Land Vacation

What are the expenses associated with a land vacation? A one-week vacation includes travel (car, bus, train, or air), accommodations, three meals a day, snacks, fees for points of interest and historic venues, evening entertainment, drinks, parking (if driving), and taxi or Uber fees when necessary.

A land vacation can grow very expensive quickly. With a cruise vacation, all your expenses for food, accommodations, entertainment, reaching your destination and returning, and more are included in a single fee. If your vacation must comply with a budget, a cruise vacation is best.

When traveling on land, you don’t know how much it will cost for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day. In popular destinations, the prices can be very high. Usually, hotels include a continental breakfast of coffee or tea, a bagel or muffin, and perhaps juice.

If you want something more substantial, you must order from their restaurant or room service which can be very pricey. On a cruise, your full day of meals is included.

Discover cruise tips for first-time cruisers here.

All Inclusive Cruises

You may have considered taking a land tour by bus, as it includes transportation, nightly accommodations, some meals, and some attraction fees.

While technically it’s an inclusive tour, it doesn’t come close to providing the amenities provided by all-inclusive cruises. Take a look at these comparisons we’ve put together for you.

Travel Comfort

• Car or Bus – You are confined and must sit until arriving at your destination. This will happen over and over. No private space if you feel like being alone or taking a nap. You can’t skip a day of your bus tour. You must follow the scheduled routine with everyone else.

• Cruise – You can enjoy a variety of activities, eat lunch on a patio with amazing views, or even get a massage on the way to your destination. You can relax or take a nap in your cabin or sit outside and enjoy the view when you want a little privacy. You can decide to hang out on the ship if you don’t feel up to an excursion.

Tags: , ,

Read Our Other Great Blogs

Alaska Australia and New Zealand Caribbean Canada and New England Hawaii Mexico European River Cruises Bucket List Christmas and Holidays Group Cruises
The CruiseExperts Agency
CruiseExperts.com
CruiseExperts.com - The Original Online Cruise Experts
Phone: 1.888.804.CRUISE (2784), Website: , Hours: M-F 8AM to 6PM, Sat 9AM to 4PM PT
Driving Directions - Google Maps, Address: 111 South Court Street Suite 104 Visalia, CA 93291 USA

Don't Overpay for Your Cruise

Want to receive Exclusive Cruise Offers? Join Our InnerCircle Newsletter Today! (Hint Hint, You will Get An Added Bonus for Signing Up)
State / Province*
We promise not to solicit your information to anyone!