Updated: Sep 5
A cruise to the Caribbean will transport you to the sounds of Calypso steel drums and the beauty of Mayan ruins.
Discover the cliff-diving, breeze-swaying, sand-between-your-toes, no-worries pace of an island living on a Caribbean cruise. Hundreds of years of history have left old jungle ruins and thriving colonial towns with colorfully painted buildings that depict a complex past. Discover the magic with a Caribbean cruise.
Day 1 Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown is a perfect blend of island warmth and English heritage. Colorful wooden cottages, open-air markets, and catch-of-the-day cafes mix with stately colonial architecture. Barbados is a new kind of paradise in every direction, outside of the hustle and bustle of "Town," as the locals call it. Cruise to Barbados and head to the beach for limitless stretches of pink and white sand and crystal clear blue waters. Or stick to the island's central region for rolling hills and valleys, sugarcane fields, and old plantations. Traveling underground will lead you to limestone caves with their own waterfalls.
Day 2 Scarborough, Tobago
Tobago is often overlooked in favor of its more well-known neighbor, Trinidad, yet it is a true Caribbean jewel. Its north coast is full of secluded coves waiting to be explored, while the south side offers fantastic snorkeling and diving areas including Buccoo Reef, Flying Reef, and Bon Accord Lagoon. Scarborough's laid-back vibe is ideal for exploring the island, but it also has lots of things to do to pass the time, such as a stroll through its botanical gardens, a visit to Fort King George, or a delicious supper of curry crab and dumplings at one of the town's quaint open-air cafes.
Additional Shore Excursion:
Pigeon Point Beach Express
Approximate duration: 5 hour(s)
Prices start from US$ 39 - 49 *
Kayaking in the Bon Accord Lagoon
Approximate duration: 3 hour(s) 30 minute(s)
Prices start from US$ 99 - 139 *
Buccoo Reef & Nylon Pool by Glass Bottom Boat
Approximate duration: 3 hour(s)
Prices start from US$ 62 - 72 *