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Canada & New England Fall Foliage Cruise for Jewish Singles


Lifestyle - Singles

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About this Cruise

Join Amazing Journeys and explore a destination that’s close to home but a perfect fall getaway! See majestic sites found only along the fabulously scenic and history-drenched coastlines of New England and Canada. Experience the stunning national treasure of Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine and witness nature’s wild and rugged side while cruising past storybook lighthouses near Halifax, Nova Scotia. Visit Newport, Rhode Island, offering rich history of the magnificent Gilded Age as shown in the architecture. Newport has a vibrant art scene, miles of beaches, wonderful hiking trails, spectacular sailing and many festivals throughout the year. This cruise takes us to the chic port of Québec City with its quaint cobblestone streets and bastion of French culture and allows you to see the gorgeous colors of the fall foliage. New England and Eastern Canada have an unmistakable charm, rich history and natural beauty all their own.

Our home-away-from-home for this 10-night adventure is on Princess Cruises’ Caribbean Princess. Known for their regional music, onboard pubs, local wine and dining options, Princess Cruises is the perfect venue for exploring Canada & New England. Add to all this a great group of Jewish singles and your Canada & New England Cruise will be a vacation that will change your life!

Sail Date(s):

Monday, Oct 9, 2023




Canada & New England

Cruise Line:

Princess Cruises

Cruise Ship:

Caribbean Princess

Cruise Type:

Private Group Cruise

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