Kosher River Cruise, A Vacation For The Jewish Familyby Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator
Going on a Jewish vacation is fun and relaxing. But if you are traveling with kids, it’s a different story. That is why a lot of families opt to go on a cruise to lessen the packing and unpacking.
But it’s hard to deny that large ships often make moms anxious in bringing toddlers with them. One reason is security since cruise ships are not baby proof and kids can get into accidents anywhere. Second is the crowd. Imagine going on a ship with 6,000 plus passengers. It would be hard finding your child if they ever get lost. If you have a hyperactive kid, you might spend the rest of the days keeping an eye to them. That doesn’t sound like a vacation at all.
So what kind of vacation am I talking about? Well, how about a kosher river cruise?
River cruises are not new, but they began to gain more traction in the past years because of the many types that there are now.
In Europe alone, the industry of river cruises steadily grows up to 2.7 percent in 2017 and is projected to increase more in 2018.
To sum it up, here are top reasons why a Jewish family will definitely enjoy a kosher river cruise.
Less Crowd, More Customized Activities
We think of river cruises as an adult-oriented cruise, catering guests ranging from middle age to senior citizens. But as competition tightens, river cruise lines are now becoming more creative to broaden their market.
This includes family programs and excursions. There are sometimes kiddie bikes and walkers available to attract the younger ones. There are also art and cooking classes that are fun even for those who are young at hearts.
The programs and activities are designed to keep your young ones entertained and spark their creativeness.
If the crowd worries you, then here’s more good news.
A river cruise caters 200 passengers at most, which means it is more intimate and easier to find your kids on the ship if you lose sight of them.
Fun and Educational
Most of the river cruises highlight their heritage site tours to compensate for the lack of amenities on the riverboat. These tours are accompanied with live commentaries that will tackle the history and stories behind the sites you are visiting.
On Jewish cruises, You will get to visit Jewish Heritage sites that you normally can’t on a regular ocean cruise.
All-inclusive Means Less Hassle
A kosher river cruise is all-inclusive, which means you don’t have to spend more money for bus tickets or even bottled water. Once you embark, everything is already included in your ticket, from tours to buffets. All itineraries are also fixed, but you can go explore on your own if you want to visit a specific place. Just lay back and enjoy the best sceneries and gateways. Even a toddler might enjoy the breathtaking views.
Vacation is best done when we are with our loved ones especially our kids. Time goes by fast, and our kids grow without us noticing it. It’s a good thing that planning for a family-friendly Jewish vacation is made easier with river cruises, and enjoying a kosher river cruise is definitely a trip that you and your family will cherish forever.
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