UN-CRUISE Blog filter by tag: Reviewat 12:05 pm by Sarah
By Chuck S., a recent guest aboard the Safari Endeavour, Mexico's Sea of Cortés
(Note: Chuck sent this review in to us. We did not pay him to do it. Honest.)
Boy, where to begin. There aren't enough English superlatives to describe the Sea of Cortés cruise specifically or Un-Cruise generally.
Our first trip with Un-Cruise Adventures, under the American Safari banner, was to Alaska as a birthday present from my wife, Jo. Alaska is kinda like Bette Midler—big, bold, brassy, in your face. (Only a lot more beautiful than Bette, a lot.) You get views that take your breath away no matter where you look and adventures that just plain wear you out so you are sound asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow.
The Baja and Sea of Cortés is more like Mexican American actress Salma Hayek. Quiet, seductive, subtle and with a beauty that sneaks up on you before smacking you upside the head. The colors are gorgeous as the sun lights up the mountains and coast early in the morning or at sunset.
categories: Safari Endeavour, Mexico
Tags: Baja Mexico Review
at 12:08 pm by Sarah
Guest Review by Sharon Lawrence
Let me begin by saying this was our fourth trip to Alaska and third cruise of the Inside Passage. We have cruised on a 2,000 passenger ship (Yuk), a 140 passenger ship (OK) and now on a 60 passenger ship (Awesome!). The 60 passenger ship is the way to go and InnerSea Discoveries is the way to get there. We were on InnerSea Discoveries' Wilderness Adventurer on an Ultimate Adventure.
Sharon and Dennis at Dawes Glacier
categories: Alaska, Wilderness Discoverer
Tags: Review Alaska Ultimate Adventure