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Guests Can Customize Their Tours With Royal Caribbean

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Royal Caribbean is now letting guests customize their shore excursions across the entire fleet. Private Journeys will change cruise ship tours as we know it with customization options to enhance the passengers needs.

The cruise line will be charging a $100 deposit applicable to the final cost of the destination experience. Cruisers can get the chance to of not paying the deposit if they begin booking Private Journeys before March 31, 2016. Guests can contact Royal Caribbean to get in touch with their dedicated Destination Insider to begin altering tours, this includes those already booked for cruises.

Private Journeys
Photo By: Royal Caribbean

Roberta Jacoby, Managing Director, Global Tour Operations, Royal Caribbean International said:

“Private Journeys is a natural evolution of Royal Caribbean’s renowned shore excursion program that allows us to offer guests the bespoke travel destination experience of their dreams, even if they don’t know exactly what that is yet. As travelers continue to seek out more personalized and immersive destination experiences that can be intimately shared with only their family and friends, Private Journeys empowers guests to make that a reality and a seamless element of their Royal Caribbean vacation.”

Whether it’s exploring ruins in Europe, wine tasting in New Zealand or ziplining in the Caribbean, Royal Caribbean guests can experience a world of opportunities during a port call. To make a custom experience as part of an upcoming cruise, guests must complete and submit a Private Journeys request form online, at least 30 days before their sailing date.


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