If you’re looking to take a vacation with a difference, why not consider a cruise? Cruises are the best way to relax. Other vacations leave you with a lot of responsibilities; you have to worry about traveling around, finding places to eat or cooking your own food, organizing accommodation, activities, and more, but cruises take care of all of these things for you, letting you simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

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There are many different cruise lines to choose from, but if you want a truly magical, family-friendly experience every step of the way, there's no better name to trust that Disney. The Disney Cruise Line is one of the best-known and most beloved. Originally known as the Magical Cruise Company, Disney Cruise Line runs four ships in total at the moment, with plans to expand the fleet in the future, and offers tours to various destinations around the Caribbean and North America.

Best Cheap Disney Cruises

The Disney Cruise Line is one of the best, but with such a strong reputation comes a downside: high prices. Many people fear that they won’t be able to afford a Disney cruise, but the reality of the matter is very different. If you look hard enough, there are plenty of affordable Disney cruises to be enjoyed. You may have to cut down the length of your cruise to just a few days and book a simple interior room rather than an ocean-view suite, but you can definitely find a cheap Disney cruise for your family to enjoy. Read on to learn all about the best options.

- 5 Night Western Caribbean

Climb on board the Disney Wonder, one of the most magical cruise ships of them all, for this unbeatable 5 Night Western Caribbean cruise. This is one of the cheapest Disney cruises available right now, with rooms priced as low as $125 per night on selected dates. The cruises sets sail from Galveston in Texas and makes two stops in the Western Caribbean: Falmouth in Jamaica and San Juan in Puerto Rico.

Falmouth offers a rich taste of Jamaican life, allowing travelers to taste some local food, soak up some island culture, visit a lot of great landmarks, as well as enjoying plenty of exciting water sports and activities. San Juan, meanwhile, is well-known for its old forts, colorful architecture, and gorgeous beaches. It’s only a short cruise, but these two stops will provide you with a lifetime of magical memories, never to be forgotten.

- 2 Night Baja Mexico

If you don't have too much time to spare, this 2 Night Baja Mexico on board the Disney Wonder could be a great cheap Disney cruise option for you. The total cost of the trip can be as low as $700, which is relatively pricey for a 2-day journey but still one of the lowest-priced Disney cruises all things considered. And even though you'll only be gone for two days, you'll be able to take full advantage of every single second.

The Disney Wonder has a lot of fun live entertainment options and other features to check out, and the cruise doesn't take long to arrive at its destination of Ensenada, Mexico after departing from San Diego, California. In Ensenada, you'll be able to check out the local museums like the Museo de Historia or Riviera of Ensenada, or simply roam the city streets, checking out the local shops and restaurants before walking down to the beach to watch the sun go down.

- 5 Night Bahamas

In terms of sheer value for money, it doesn't get much better with Disney Cruise Line than this 5 Night Bahamas tour. This particular cruise departs from San Juan in Puerto Rico and rooms can be booked from as low as $150 per night. As you explore the ship and check out the various features and amenities on board, as well as tasting the ship's excellent cuisine, you'll really fall in love with this cruise every step of the way.

The ship sets sail and makes its first stop at Castaway Cay, which is actually a private island owned by Disney. It's a magical place, letting you live out your fantasies from the company's Pirates of the Caribbean films. From there, the cruise continues to New Orleans, where travelers can soak up a little Creole culture and enjoy some of the finest cuisine in all of North America before heading back home.

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