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You can take advantage of Celebrity's varied port stops by venturing out on your own or by booking one of the line's shore excursions. Excursions vary by itinerary and port of call, and they also require an additional fee. You can search for excursions on Celebrity's website based on the destination, activity level and duration, as well as your age and interests. Available adventures might include a ride on a sky-high zip line in Icy Strait Point, Alaska, or a regional wine tour in Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. Celebrity recommends travelers reserve the excursions they are interested in prior to their cruise, as many popular tours and activities can sell out. You can also book these activities at the Shore Excursions Desk on board. If you'd rather explore on your own, check with guest services to verify what time you'll need to be back on board.
Passengers who would like to explore off-the-beaten-path destinations that Celebrity's ships cannot readily access should consider booking a Celebrity Cruisetour. These cruises, which sail to Alaska and Canada, include special pre- or post-cruise land tours (depending on the region) that aren’t offered on regular voyages. Along with transportation and daily activities, accommodations are included in your Cruisetour package. (Note: Cruisetours are not covered by the price of your cruise.)
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