Royal Caribbean Cruise: Your Choice of Vacation

| October 20, 2008

Royal Caribbean Cruise
Photo credit: Destination360 Royal Caribbean Cruise

There are quite number of articles I read recently about the Royal Caribbean cruise which has been designed for families where one or more of the kids has autism. They also mention camping in Colorado and a resort in Vermont. But just because a tour operator tries to provide travel experiences for people who suffer from autism does not mean that the vacation will be easy:

The very idea of travel — the chance to see new places, try new foods, experience new cultures — is directly at odds with the needs of many people with autism, who require well-established, strictly observed routines to feel secure.

I hope this helps some of you. I have a friend who has 2 kids with autism. I’m not sure exactly how it works, but if you watch this video, someone somewhere donates money to research on autism or something.

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  1. Heather says:

    My son has autism and has become a seasoned traveler. He enjoys train and car trips, but loves cruises. Cruising is now his passion. We get to travel, relax, see no places, and mom even gets to relax. We have gone twice with AutismOnTheSeas.com and can not wait to go again. You can even read his adventures (and share some of your own) at AutismOnTheGo.com

  2. erman says:

    hii ım from turkey and my job is turizm .ı want to work as anımator or reception ..how can ı contact?

  3. Unforgiving minute says:

    “Swimming skills strongly recommended”