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You want a quick getaway with Captain Mickey and his friends
You like family-friendly cruises that are classy for adults
You are looking for a cruise that lasts less than a week total
Travelers Say: Skip Disney Dream if...
You typically book cruises at least seven days in length
You don’t want to be surrounded by Disney all the time
You're looking for an adult-centric, party-hard experience
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Indian citizen in USA, cruising visa required to Bahamas?228 Replies
There is a lot of confusion about whether or not you need a visa on a cruise to the Bahamas when you are
1. Citizen of India
2. Living/visiting USA on H1B, H-4, J-1, B1/B2 (all these kinds) or on ad...
November 30, 2015|
Response from Best_traveler_now|
I talked to Disney cruise line embankment support specialist. They said visa is required if you are traveling via air but for cruise you do NOT require it. However, you do need to have passport with ...
Comparable cruise to Disney Dream5 Replies
Powder Springs, Georgia
We went on a the Disney Dream Cruise in December 2018 and really enjoyed that experience. We are looking to go on another cruise in 2019 and would like to get feedback on other cruise ships that are ...
January 2, 2019|
Response from Sea_Reed006|
Disney is in a class by itself.
Other lines have kids clubs, good service, etc - bit Disney mainly stands above them all as far as the entire experience os concerned - hence the price tag.
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