Take A Lavish Cruise From San Francisco To Vancouver For A Steal At $388 CAD

Travel & Outdoors
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Are you interested in trying a cruise for the first time, but don’t want to spend a fortune? Or, are you simply looking to discover one of North America’s finest cities and sail home in style?

Look no further! This incredible deal from Holland America takes you home to Vancouver from exciting San Fransisco this spring on a budget.

This short cruise from San Fransisco to Vancouver with Holland America Cruises offers you a scenic experience in addition to some incredible luxury accommodations. The 3 night cruise on the Eurodam departs on May 5th and arrives at Canada Place on May 7th. The total cost of the cruise comes to $388.05 CAD including tax per person based on a double occupancy for an interior Cabin.

This includes all of your meals, snacks, entertainment, and lodgings. It does not include alcohol, but you are able to purchase a drink package that could help bring down the cost of that expense.


Photo: Holland America Line

You can book your cruise here.

Discover San Fransisco

Alcatraz – infamous penitentiary. Known for dazzling escape stories, legendary convicts, and its daunting appearance, this is a sight to behold!

Chinatown – Take in delicious food, shopping and culture in this fast paced neighborhood.

Union Square – Department and boutique stories offer some of the nation’s classic favourites. In addition, some smaller shops offer more eclectic local garments.

Golden Gate Bridge – Beautiful, iconic and towering 65-stories high, San Francisco won’t be the same without this landmark connection.

Pier 39 – It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the United States; this oceanside attraction is jam-packed with all kinds of fun. There’s an aquarium at the bay, caricature drawings, city tours, boating adventures, eateries, shopping, whale and sea lion watching, and oodles more.

Travel Tip: Always book your cruising excursions in advance! You only have a certain amount of time in each port. As a result, you want to make the most of your time to be sure to have a plan ready. You can book these activities through the cruise line or make plans yourself; however, if you make them with the ship then you are guaranteed a stressless return to your cabin – always a good call when on holiday.

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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