Disney Cruise Line Is Returning In 2022 With Tropical Dream Destinations
While coronavirus has crushed our travel plans as of late, the lovely people at Disney are giving us something to look forward to - Disney Cruise Line will be returning in 2022 and it will be visiting some amazing tropical destinations, including its much-anticipated return to Hawaii with a pair of 10-night sailings.
Disney will sail to the Aloha Sate aboard Disney Wonder with two sailings - one from Honolulu from Vancouver on April 26th and a return journey back to Vancouver on May 6th.
Guests will also get to explore Waikiki on Oahu, the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui and the waterfalls in Kauai.
Sounds like a dream, doesn't it?
Other notable destinations include the Bahamas (including Disney's private island Castaway Cay), the Eastern and Western Caribbean, Mexico, the Pacific Coast and the Panama Canal.
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Disney will sail from all across the U.S. as well, including Florida, California, Texas and New Orleans, while will all be setting sail between January and May 2022.
You can see the full itinerary here.
Reservations will open on October 22nd, however select Disney members will have access to advance booking windows from October 19th, and we imagine the cruises will be in high demand.
Since launching in 1998, Disney Cruise Line has provided millions of guests unforgettable experiences across Alaska, Europe and the Caribbean.
Offering endless soft-serve, family-friendly rooms and the chance to hug Mickey Mouse on your way to a princess-themed restaurants, these once-in-a-lifetime trips can range between £2,000 and £4,900 for a three-night Caribbean cruise.
All Disney Cruise Line departures are temporarily suspended until at least December 6th, 2020, so the news of these latest itineraries couldn't come soon enough!
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