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North America

The best of the rest of North America includes beautiful Eastern Canada and New England in the USA, the stunning locations of the Mexican Riviera and the Pacific Northwest coast.

Autumn is glorious in Canada and New England. The sun still shines on the Eastern Seaboard's many seafaring towns and the cool fall air turns the foliage a dazzling crimson and gold. New England and eastern Canada have an unmistakable charm, history and natural beauty all their own.

The Mexican Riviera is filled with rich culture, bright flavors, scenic vistas, and most definitely, fun in the sun. This paradise offers a vibrant culture, world-class beaches, lush green rain forests, and vividly painted architecture that will dazzle your eyes.

Discover gorgeous beaches or the Pacific Northwest and explore diverse and sophisticated ports of call.

Ports Of Call

  • Halifax, Nova Scotia Hundreds of kilometers of incredible coastline with majestic scenery qualifies Halifax as perhaps one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You'll find the perfect blend of big city excitement, small town charm and natural pristine beauty.
  • Portland, Maine A 360-year-old city rich with history and culture. Picturesque cobblestone streets lined with Victorian-era buildings, a vibrant waterfront, one of a kind shops and galleries, historical homes and museums, and plenty of restaurants to suit your culinary fancy.
  • Quebec City, Quebec A tree-lined "Champs-Elysées," buttery croissants, the lilt of French, a grand château on the river. Is this Canada, or is it France? It is both - a bastion of French culture in North America.
  • Bar Harbor, Maine Once the exclusive summer resort of America's fabulously wealthy, today Bar Harbor is an artists' enclave and gateway to the rich natural beauty of Acadia National Park.
  • Boston, Massachusetts With street patterns owing to 17th-century London, Boston, "America's Walking City" and home of the original tea party, is a beautiful city, full of historic sites. This gateway to New England boasts many famous places to visit.
  • Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, Mexico One stop gives you the best of both worlds: Zihuatanejo, a tranquil fishing village set in a scenic, sheltered bay where artisans and fishermen work; and Ixtapa, a modern resort with high-rise hotels, broad palm-lined boulevards and a world-class golf course.
  • Acapulco, Mexico Acapulco, which is virtually synonymous with luxury, is a place of striking panoramic views of the beaches and mountains, beautiful homes and lush gardens.
  • Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Championship golf courses, world-class deep sea fishing and incredible diving opportunities have transformed Cabo San Lucas, a once sleepy fishing town, into one of the most popular resort destinations in Mexico.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia Galleries, boutiques, colorful public markets, restaurants of every ethnicity: this vital port city has them all. Visit vibrant Chinatown and Stanley Park, with its acres of forests, gardens, lakes and lawns in the heart of the city.
  • Victoria Canada A touch of England awaits: afternoon tea, double-decker buses, the famed Butchart Gardens - a brilliant tapestry of color spread across 50 blooming acres.
  • Seattle, Washington The Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is known for its stunning waterfront. "Catch" a salmon at Pike Place Market, ride to the top of the Space Needle, sample a local microbrew in funky Fremont, or down a cup of java in the coffee capital of the world.