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4 Responses to Exploring the Sea of Cortez with Kids on Un-Cruise

  1. Luke Mitchell June 27, 2015 at 9:56 pm #

    Un-cruise seems to be an eco-friendly cruise that has real world significance and information for families instead of the big fanfare of most cruise lines as I understand it. This is something I’ll be looking into for sure, I had no idea something like this existed and it’s right up my family’s line of interests. Thank you for sharing.

  2. LiLing Pang June 30, 2015 at 10:37 am #

    Luke – it truly was a once in a life time trip to an amazing part of the world. When you first see the prices, you are taken aback, but I must say that it was completely worth the cost because it will be a memory our family will treasure for a lifetime. And when you think about being able to do at least 2 amazing experiences every day that would cost $100-250 per person and that you’re really squeezing the adventures of a 2 week vacation into 7 days with all expenses included, it doesn’t seem as staggering. Plus, you are completely unplugged, so you know you’ll leave more rested then you could ever imagine.

  3. Susan Varney Roche December 28, 2015 at 10:31 am #

    We just returned from an amazing week on the Sea of Cortez on the Safari Endeavor. Our 7-year-old also sailed on the Endeavor in Alaska in July. We highly recommend Uncruise. The food and drink was amazing, as was the included massage. The snorkeling and kayaking were highlights for me!

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