Book Your Paul Gauguin Cruise With Dallas Travel Agents
Predictions from the Old Farmer's Almanac show that Dallas is going to receive above-average rainfall in July and October 2017, as well as above-average temperatures in April, September, and October. Not exactly conditions the Cowboy Cheerleaders are going to do the splits for.
Well, guess what? It's the Dallas Travel Agents to the rescue! Sail away with us and find out how a Paul Gauguin cruise can float you away from pesky weather conditions and into a vacation of a lifetime.
All the PG Tips
(We know, that's an English tea. But hey, tea is included on a Paul Gauguin cruise, too!)
Are you thinking of going on a cruise? On a Paul Gauguin cruise? You're in luck. Travel agencies in Dallas are experts on this spectacular sailing ship and want you to be fully "packed" with knowledge before you even grab your suitcase out of the closet.
- You won't be just a number. Standard cruises get blasted because they're compared to floating cities. Well, on a Paul Gaugin cruise, you're in a very, very small city, with a maximum passenger load of 332 guests.
- Crew members average 217, which is a nearly one to one ratio. You won't have to troll around an entire deck to find help, advice, or drinks.
- There are 7 decks (not few enough to guarantee you won't get seasick, but ask your Dallas travel agents about tips and tricks to avoid the sloshies).
- So much is included, including entertainment (Polynesian performers!), access to a spa, fitness center, casino, and disco.
- Unlike regular cruises, Paul Gauguin sailings include select wine, beer, mixed drinks, and bottled water, served both in an in-room fridge and while out and about on the ship.
Of All the Dallas Travel Agents....
OK, Dallas isn't a bar like in Casablanca, but how do you just "walk in" to the right Dallas travel agent?
A cruise is a major purchase, maybe your one big yearly trip or something you save up for.
Poll Your Peers!
Reviews, forums and posts are something to take with a grain of a salt, but they're a great place to start. Check websites of travel agencies in Dallas for a page called Testimonials (or reviews, etc).
Here, you'll find not just (yes, usually glowing) commentary from past cruisers, but little insights you can seek out.
- Take names. If a specific name keeps popping up in positive reviews, that's an agent you should personally seek out to help plan your trip.
- Check what people thought of any specific itineraries you're considering.
- Cross check those reviews with what is available. A quick check in April 2017 revealed 135 Paul Gauguin cruises available on one Dallas travel agent's website.
- You can then narrow down the search using the site's tools, including options for stating the preferred cruise length, what city/port it leaves from, and even a maximum price you're willing to pay.
You can even participate in forum sites where you can ask questions about both your ship and your travel agency.
Now Pack Your Bags
It's the one thing your Dallas travel agent won't do (though ask, they probably have some really handy packing lists!).
When you're ready to hit the open seas, float us a message. We’d love to help you book your cruise.
It's true, people of Dallas and beyond: Big things happen here. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't get out and see the rest of the world.