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The Caribbean’s Top 10 Cruise Destinations

  • St, Thomas, US Virgin Islands

    Caribbean cruises also have something to offer shopping enthusiasts, and St. Thomas, USVI is the perfect place. If shopping is the best pastime for you, don't pass up a trip to this Caribbean paradise. The most sophisticated island of the US Virgin Island chain, luxuriant St. Thomas is also considered to be one of the best locations for duty-free shopping. Be sure to pick up souvenirs like, locally made spices, tropical jams, hot sauces for family and friends and linens, jewellery, china and crystals for yourself. St. Thomas was also the centre of the stylish culture of the 18th century. So there should be the as much hidden treasure as ones that you'll see in plain sight.

  • Cozumel, Mexico

    Get a taste of Mexican history along with some amazing time at the beach with this island to the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Caribbean cruises abound at this Mexican Island which is believed to be a Mayan Settlement in the early days of the millennium, and ancient sites and relics exist in abundance. You can try diving or visit Mexico’s mainland historical sites like Tulum, which is roosted on a cliff gazing over the Caribbean Sea proving that the Mayans admired beachfront properties as much as everyone else.

  • Labadee, Haiti

    Are you looking to be unwinding on a beach for your next Caribbean cruise? Or is adrenaline what you crave? Located on Haiti’s north coast, this secluded Royal Beach is the ideal spot for you, A stunning cove backdropped by lush mountains, Labadee lets you soak in the Caribbean sun on blinding white sands and enjoy 180-degrees ocean views, or zip down the Island’s 500-foot zip-line — the longest zip-line in the world.

  • CocoCay, Bahamas

    Picture a Caribbean cruise with the natural beauty of The Bahamas from its eco-certified, secluded island extending 140 acres long. Go on island-hopping excursions to the surrounding islands. Or simply enjoy views of the crystalline Caribbean waters with a cocktail at hand ( we recommend the CocoLoco, Royal Caribbean’s signature slushy drink). CocoCay also has a fantastic nature trail that encircles the Island, an easy trek where you may come in contact with iguanas.

  • St. Kitts

    Are you hankering for lush rainforests, once-in-a-lifetime adventures ( try a picnic on a volcano) or rich Caribbean history? A Caribbean cruise to the “Sugar City” will quell your cravings, with about a third of the island set aside as a National Park to conserve its 17th and 18th-century military buildings. And who don't want to visit this amazing Caribbean Island which was originally discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493?

  • Roatan

    Roatan is a gem in the western Caribbean off the coast of Honduras. Home to the largest barrier reef in the Caribbean, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, lying just of the shore. The reef is filled with bright coral corals and a wide array of Marine life like sea snails, rare seahorses, huge grouper and Gorgonian soft corals and more. Honduras is also the ideal Caribbean cruise destination for nature lovers.

  • Barbados

    Did you know? This island in the southern Caribbean boasts over 3,000 hours of sunshine annually. The coral island of Barbados is home to blinding white sand, turquoise water and coral reefs perfect for scuba diving and snorkelling. The island is situated on the boundary of the Caribbean and North America continental plates, making it a great location for some geological attractions, especially for the cave spelunkers.

  • Curacao

    The largest of six Islands that makes up the Netherland Antilles and home to the distinctive blue alcohol, that is made from a rare citrus fruit. But a Caribbean cruise to Curacao will offer you much more than that — the mild waters are ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving, there are over 35 beaches already for you to explore.

  • Falmouth, Jamaica

    On the North Coast of Jamaica, lies the town Falmouth, which was the centre for a powerful social change the English Colonial period. This rich history lends itself to Falmouth’s 19th-century Georgian Architecture, which is known to be one of the best preserved in the Caribbean. Today, the town of Falmouth is more about adventures in the wilderness, as this port city is situated between Negril, with the beautiful white sands of Seven-mile Beach and Ocho Rios, with the amazing Dunn’s River Falls. Or you could take a relaxing ride down the beautiful Martha Brae River on a long bamboo raft made for two.

If you are looking for a getaway to the tropics, the warm the Caribbean Sea and energetic Islands are a must-do. Whether you prefer relaxed activities like lounging under coconut palms on a beach or something more adventurous like scuba diving, zip-lining or snorkelling, there is a Caribbean Island that is perfect for you.

Here is a list of some of the best Caribbean cruise destinations.