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Enjoy A Swanky Cruise From LA To Vancouver At A Steal For $368 CAD (Tax Incl)

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While the weather has warmed up a bit, Vancouver is certainly not out of its lengthy rainy season. If you are itching for some sunshine and a touch of luxury, this deal from Princess Cruises has just what the doctor ordered.

Not only does it straight out of sunny Los Angeles, but it does so very economically. The total cost of the 4 night sailing is only $368.25 CAD per person based on a double occupancy for an interior cabin on the Emerald Princess. What’s more, this cost includes all of your meals, snacks, entertainment, and lodgings.

This price is for an interior stateroom, but the other rooms are not a great deal more. So, if you’d prefer a view, it won’t cost a great deal for an upgrade. Princess cruises is recognized for its high-end dining, attentive service, and elegant decor.

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You can book your cruise here.

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Cruise Out of LA in Style

Also, if that isn’t enough, this ship is a luxury accommodation with amenities galore. It offers the famous Theatre Under the Stars, broadway level theatrical performances, award winning chefs, 10 bars, a mini-golf course, basketball court, 4 swimming pools and 8 hot tubs.

A flight down to LA is also very affordable. A one way fares won’t cost over $150 CAD as long as it’s booked in advance.

Travel tip: Los Angeles is a city best enjoyed by car. Staying in a downtown hotel is a great idea; however, you want to be close to restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, and many of the city’s most iconic attractions are widely spread out. Unlike New York, LA does not have the most accessible transit system. As a result, it is recommended that you plan your activities accordingly with shuttles, taxis, or a car rental. 

If you are looking for some other places to travel to on a budget, check out our list of places to travel if you’re broke from living in Vancouver.

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