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With some 30 years experience in the cruise industry, Travelsphere are hardly new to the game so they certainly know the market well.
As a company they offer many types of holidays in 70 countries from river cruises to touring holidays and even resort and wildlife centric breaks as well however it is their cruise options that we are going to focus on here. Their cruise destinations range quite considerably in location, length and the kind of experience that you will get on your cruise.
For example, they take in many of the more traditional and popular European cruise routes such as the Danube River which takes you through the likes of Germany, Serbia, Austria and Bulgaria just to mention a few of the many countries you can visit.
They also have Rhine and Nile river cruises that are hugely popular amongst experienced travellers and new comers to the cruise market.
Travelsphere keep adding new Cruise Itineraries like the Yangtze
However, Travelsphere like to keep this fresh and new itineraries have been added over the years for the likes of the Yangtze. At 3,917 miles it takes in many of the different sites and natural beauties of the Chinese mainland; indeed, it is the 3rd longest river in the world and the Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the more popular cruise destinations and sites to see.
The new 2013 itineraries for this Asian exotic river cruise from Travelsphere can last from 2 weeks to well over 3 and the have been updated to include the likes of Hong Kong as a stopover as well. Indeed, many of their new cruise routes in this part of the world take in the relatively new experiences of Cambodia and Vietnam as well.
While these are very general cruise options offered by the company, their years of success in the market has also been down to the fact that they offer seasonal type breaks away. This includes Christmas and holiday focused cruises that take in some of the Christmas markets in Europe that spring up at this time of the year.
Travelsphere have built up a reputation of being dependable but exciting in that they are always changing. With over 3 decades at the forefront of the cruise market they have to keep their options fresh and offering something new to the many types of cruise holidaymakers that sail every year.
Their cruises can last from a few days to a couple of weeks depending on the destinations and countries that their ships are sailing to as well as the budget of the traveller. With new options being made available every year then it is likely that Travelsphere will be able to stay a pace with the market for a while to come.