Bizarre Southern Caribbean Experience
A new journey awaits you in this unique Southern Caribbean cruise that offers a different thrill and fun. You see diverse and amazing sights in the southern part of this region. Springing out from this group of islands are unrivaled sights of interest ranging from unscathed Mother Nature to traces of man made civilizations of varying cultures. Aruba for instance offers a mix of Indian and Spanish heritage, not to mention its pristine 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. Curacao, which was ruled by the Dutch, has maintained their quaint and vibrant architecture and the natural blessings of beneficial trade winds. French living continues to exist in St. Barth made obvious by the stylish sights at the beach, luxurious shopping extravaganza, and sumptuously opulent dining. A cruise to the Southern Caribbean is definitely a unique experience for the riches that it can boast of.
Private Island Escape in Caribbean Cruises
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. Exhibited on these acquired Caribbean islands is the distinctive style of beautify and signature theme of every liner or company making it unique from the others. 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. The Coco Cay Island of the Royal Caribbean International is a charming beach get-away with powder fine sand and clean calm waters. The long crescent shaped island of Half Moon Cay owned by Holland America Line is one of the most beautiful among the private islands and has been recognized to have preserved the ecosystem and nature despite their resort renovations. Cruise liner-owned resorts that are currently enjoyed by the cruise guests are Labadee of the Royal Caribbean, Princess Cays of the Princess Cruises and Great Stirrup Cay of the Norwegian Cruise Line.
Places to Eat on a Caribbean Cruise
One of the highlights of Caribbean cruising is the dining options that are plenty, offering varying food choices and every liner has their own distinctive means of presenting it to the passengers. There are main dining rooms offering traditional dining or fixed seating where you get to stick to a schedule and place of dining; or you can opt for flexible dining or open seating where you get to eat anytime of the day together with most of the guests. For something more relaxed, a casual dining option is available served in a buffet service for all three main meals. For more exclusive and formal dining, there are specialty restaurants serving unique flavors and delectable dishes not found in many buffet meals, and most of the time work on a reservation-only basis and costs extra. Other snacks like hotdogs, pizza, ice cream and more are available in poolside kiosks or snack booths. You will never go hungry nor run out of tangy delights when on a cruise to the Caribbean with the different dining venues on board.
Reveal Caribbean Islands Ports Natural Riches
The ports of call on every cruise depend on the route taken, the cruise liner, the time of year, and the entire package as a whole. With the many great wonders found in the Caribbean and other islands off the beaten path, one will surely find it hard to decide on which itinerary to choose. There are ports that are visited all year round while others are only at specific times of the year. Here are some of the best ports of call and island stopovers when on a cruise in the idyllic Caribbean. World class shopping and great bargain finds abound on the tiny yet rich island of St. Thomas. At Puerto Ricos San Juan Island travelers can tour the old buildings as old as the 16th century and old town set up paired with the islands rich scenic spots. Other popular ports of call include Antigua, Cozumel, St. Maarten/St. Martin, Grand Cayman, Aruba, and Curacao.
The many Caribbean Cruises are perfectly intended for the passengers comfort and ease when on voyage. Examples of Norwegian Cruises include a spa and fitness center, swimming pool, lounges, observation decks, and many more.