- Guided hikes in forested wilderness, through muskeg, or red rock cliffs
- Leisurely beachcombing for tide pool “treasures”
- Visits to quaint towns and Native villages
- Cultural experiences and exchanges with locals
Mexico: Sea of Cortez-Baja
UnTourism in Small Groups
25 Years of Big Adventure:
The award-winning UnCruise fleet takes passengers to an array of exciting destinations across the globe. Established in Alaska in 1996, the company was first known as American Safari Cruises. It grew from just one vessel to offering different destinations on varying boats, and another arm called InnerSea Discoveries was added to the company in 2009. In 2013, the two branches were officially combined and rebranded to create UnCruise Adventures. The company continued to grow and expand destinations offered.
Small vessels hosting 22-86 guests offering a year-round adult summer camp
UnCruise Adventures has nine vessels in its fleet. Explore the icy wilderness of Alaska, sail around the stunning Hawaiian Islands, discover Columbia and Snake Rivers, and journey through the Pacific Northwest. Cruises in the Pacific Northwest sail around the coast and islands of the state of Washington, and there is also the option to add Canada’s British Columbia for a cross-border exploration. Marvel at the scenery and wildlife in the Galapagos. Be in awe of Mexico’s magical Sea of Cortes. Discover the best of Costa Rica and Panama. The diverse cruises offered by the UnCruise fleet offer something for everyone.
(For more information on their wide variety of trips, connect with UnCruise Adventures using our free search tool, the SoloTravelPricingTracker.net.)
UnCruise Adventures helps you change the way you see the world from boutique yachts and expedition vessels.
For an active sports trip and uncommon adventure from:
Lots to enjoy while you are on board:
The Adventure Continues!
In the Water:
For other regions to explore with UnCruise Adventures, check these out here:
Why does Solo Trekker 4 U love small ship cruises?
Small ship cruises are one of my personal favorite ways to travel to remote regions. I recommend a balance combining an independent week’s stay or land tour with a week on a cruise. The more remote the location the better!