The Best Trips to Take in Your 60s

A river cruise is a good choice for people who have never been on a ship before.

A River Cruise


Some of the biggest cruise ships are like floating towns. They have restaurants, theaters, pools, casinos, and other things to keep guests entertained and comfortable as they sail the ocean blue.

A Journey Across the Sea


Midsize cruise ships that take between 250 and 600 people have many of the same amenities as big ships. They can also stop at ports that big ships can't, like the towns and villages along the Inside Passage on an Alaskan Dream Cruise.

A Cruise Aboard a Midsize Ship


The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is a moving tribute to what may be the most famous train service in history. It takes people across Europe and back in time in luxuriously renovated carriages from the 1920s. 

A Ride on the Orient Express


It goes through the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains, and the Sierra Nevada, which have some of the most beautiful natural views in the western United States.

An All-American Train Trip


If you want to see beautiful mountains, icy blue lakes, dramatic valleys, and miles and miles of evergreen forests, the Rocky Mountaineer is your ticket.

The Canadian Rockies by Rail


Since this group of islands is off the coast of Ecuador, you will need to start your trip in either Quito or Guayaquil.

The Galápagos


There are so many things to think about when planning one, like which tour company to book, how much to spend, and where to stay.

An African Safari


People hope to see the northern lights at some point in their lives, but they are famously hard to find. Their look is amazing, but it can change depending on the weather, the time of year, and the sun.

A Northern Lights Escape


The Best Trips to Take in Your 60s

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