The Most Popular Cruise Destinations for 2024

Tuesday, 19 December 2023

Eilean Donan Castle, Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland

As the year comes to an end, we’ve already got our sights set on 2024 and filling out our cruise calendars for the year. There is nothing more exciting than booking a holiday, allowing yourself to get sucked into the planning with your travel partner and imagining yourselves relaxing somewhere beautiful; whether for a special occasion or just a well-deserved getaway.

Are you considering options for your 2024 cruises but not sure which destination is right for you? In this article, we share the most popular cruise destinations for 2024 to help you plan your next cruise holiday.

The Most Popular 2024 Cruise Destinations

  • The Caribbean and West Indies
  • Iberia and North Africa
  • Norway & The Fjordlands
  • The British Isles

Road Town, British Virgin Islands

The Caribbean and West Indies

If you’re craving sunshine and warmth, then a trip over the Atlantic to the Caribbean and the West Indies can be the respite you’re looking for. As one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world, the Caribbean time and time again earns its flowers, with amazing culture, vibrant beaches, stunning natural scenery and a warm welcome to all.

Our Caribbean cruises depart from the UK, allowing you plenty of time to relax and unwind on the way to tropical islands. With stops at some of the most beautiful sunshine destinations in the world, you’ll be able to come back to real life feeling rejuvenated.

Hassan Il Mosque, Casablanca, Morocco

Iberia and North Africa

If you’re looking for some sun but don’t want to go as far from home, then an Iberia and North Africa cruise is perfect. An underrated cruise destination for those who want to enjoy Mediterranean sunshine and unique ports, drift along the Iberian coastline, explore Morocco and stop at locations like Gibraltar; there is plenty to discover.

The cultures here are rich, and food lovers will have an excellent time experiencing Spanish and North African cuisine from port to port. You can also enjoy interesting history and fortifications on both sides of the water. Meanwhile, as you drift between ports, the weather will be warm, and the sun will be shining.

READ MORE: Must-try Spanish Food and Drink

READ MORE: Must-try Moroccan Food and Drink

Flam, Norway

Norway & The Fjordlands

Year after year, Norway and the Fjordlands top the list as one of the world’s most beloved cruise destinations, and for good reason. As one of the most stunning parts of the world, you’ll feel transported into a storybook and want to come back to this destination time and time again.

When you book one of our Norwegians Fjords Cruises, you’ll be able to enjoy even more of this beautiful region of the world. Due to our ships' sustainable criteria, they’re able to drift to the heart of Norway’s Fjordland, getting you even closer to the most breathtaking mountains and waterfalls, stillest waters and most idyllic villages.  

Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

The British Isles

Finally, why not consider a British Isles Cruise? Many people think they need to go further from home than they do for an adventure, but there is plenty to enjoy right on our doorsteps. From the stunning Scottish Isles down to The Channel Islands, there is plenty to enjoy around the outskirts of our stunning nation.

2024 is ramping up for another popular year for cruises around the British Isles, as more and more people realise they don’t need to go far and long to see beautiful sights, experience rich history and take a break from the day-to-day.

READ MORE: Answering FAQs about British Isle Cruises

From a world cruise to a mini cruise, we’ve got a range of sailings in 2024 that can allow you an unforgettable getaway. If you still aren’t sure of where you want to go, why not browse our late cruise deals and find an upcoming cruise at a great price?

If you’re looking for more travel guides and articles, from destination guides to tips for making the most of your cruise, you can find them on our blog.