Royal Caribbean offers custom shore tours

Tailor-made excursions across 288 ports of call in 77 countries
Royal Caribbean International has introduced customised shore excursion itineraries for guests across its 288 ports of call in 77 countries.
Named Private Journeys, the concierge-style planning service, offered on top of Royal Caribbean’s existing 3,000 excursions worldwide, connects guests with an expert who will help design journeys tailored to the guests’ budget, interests, experience and travel style.
“Private Journeys is a natural evolution of Royal Caribbean’s renowned shore excursions 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,” said Roberta Jacoby, managing director for global tour operations.
To make a custom booking, guests must complete and submit a request form online at least 30 days before their sailing date. In celebration of the new program, Royal Caribbean is waiving the mandatory US$100 deposit for bookings finalised before March 31.
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