Experience the Best of Eastern Caribbean Cruises
Tourists and travelers usually opt for and choose the famous Eastern Caribbean cruise. Since the islands on this route are near each other, tourists can spend more time on the shore rather than spend most of the time on board the cruise ships. On the Easter Caribbean cruise, one can enjoy and relax in the tropical islands white powdery sand and the clear turquoise waters or take part in water or beach activities such as snorkeling, beach volleyball, scuba diving, and parasailing. Cruises to the Eastern region varies from a few days like weekends up to a week long or more. Cruise rates would rely more on the accommodation type, services and amenities that could either be regular to grand, and also on the cruise line. These cruises almost always include ports of call at Bahamas, Puerto Rico with San Juan, St. John, St. Thomas, St. Martin or St. Maarten and the British and American Virgin Islands. Peak season for the cruise is from December to April but cheaper rates are usually during the summer. The months of June to November are not conducive to sailing as they are hurricane and typhoon season.
Exclusive Island Vacation Cruise in the Caribbean
Imagine yourself indulging in an idyllic island resort enjoying the sugar-like sand beaches, turquoise waters, typical island views and exciting activities that are tailor made just for you. To increase their guest’s desire to come aboard, cruise liners have private island stopovers. These liners have leased or bought their own islands in the Caribbean and have done it up into a resort with facilities and services that are in line with their own theme and design. The Castaway Cay of Disney Cruise Liner offers a fun and magical island retreat for everyone with varying activities exclusive for adults, teens and children, and the whole family. Talk about turquoise waters and white sand beaches plus tropical activities, Royal Caribbean has their Coco Cay island to offer. Although much reconstruction and transformation is done at Half Moon Cay, the Holland America Line still manages to keep the balance of the ecosystem and does not disturb this balance. Here are several cruise liners possessing private islands namely Norwegian Cruise Lines Great Stirrup Cay, Royal Caribbeans Labadee, and Princess Cruises Princess Cays.
Caribbean Cruise Restaurants
A feature of Caribbean cruising is the dining experience that presents different food varieties and flavors with every ship having its own special way of making the passengers experience this. On cruises, it is either you choose to have a freestyle dining where you eat at anytime and anywhere you want to or take the fixed style dining where everything is set from the restaurant to the schedule of having the meal. For something more relaxed, a casual dining option is available served in a buffet service for all three main meals. Specialty restaurants serve diverse yet palatable cuisine which cannot normally be found in ordinary meals such as the buffet and needs a reservation. Snack bars and pool side buys and tidbits are for purchase like hotdogs, burgers, pizza, and ice cream. The different combinations of the culinary creations on board make every cruiser free from worry about going on an empty stomach.
Extraordinary cruise to the Southern Caribbean
Experience a cruise which offers a sight beyond the ordinary and jump in to a new adventure in a southern Caribbean cruise. You see diverse and amazing sights in the southern part of this region. From multi culturally influenced islands to untouched natural attractions, all these are spectacular finds. The Spanish and Indian influence of Aruba is defined by its architecture, something that deserves a visit aside from its beautiful beaches. The fertile lands then ruled by the Creole and French exuding with volcano landscapes namely Guadeloupe and Martinique is an abode to many untouched rain forests and blossoming gardens. The alluring buildings standing in Curacao, formerly reigned by the Dutch, also takes great advantage of the positive trades winds. Experience French inspired atmosphere on St. Barth with its leading shops and boutiques, beautiful beach views, and gourmet dining. A cruise to the Southern Caribbean is definitely a unique experience for the riches that it can boast of.