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There are few places in the world that can match the charm and intrigue of the North East coast of the US and the East of Canada. NCL North America cruises are the perfect way to see these inspiring lands, packed with historic significance and natural beauty of both the flora and fauna.
There’s much to be enjoyed in Canada and New England, and our NCL North America cruises present these sights in exciting excursions, giving you the more interesting ways of seeing this part of the country and showcasing all of the true highlights including elements that may be lesser-known. Take a North America cruise with NCL and you’ll also get the benefits of the excellent on-board features, such as top quality dining in a wide range of venues, award-winning live entertainment and ample leisure facilities ideal for those who love to unwind and people with interests in being active.
Cruises to this part of the world with Norwegian Cruise Line last for either seven or 14 nights, and you have a choice of departure ports too including Boston in Massachusetts, New York City and Quebec City in Canada.
Any cruises that don’t depart from Boston will still include the city in the itinerary simply because it’s such an important part of the heritage of the United States of America and there is so much to see. Whether you take a standard city tour or opt to cruise around the harbour you’ll witness skyscrapers alongside buildings of historical importance, while you can also take excursions to the sites of famous battles from the American Revolution. Boston also acts as the gateway to Salem, the site of the infamous witch trials at the end of the 17th century.
A contrast to the sprawling cityscape of Boston, Halifax in Canada draws much of its popularity from the coastline itself. It’s an area famous for its fresh lobster while the coves and bays make for a scenic tour. Again it is your choice whether you explore on land or via a boat, while there are plenty of museums within the city itself if the history of the region is more appealing.
The whole region is renowned for being one of breath-taking landscapes, with rushing rivers and gorgeous autumn colours through towering forests. Acadia National Park, accessible from Bar Harbor in Maine, is a fine example of this and can be seen on foot or, if you’re feeling more sporty, by taking a cycling tour.
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