Caribbean Cruise Summary – The Ultimate Luxury Travel Experience

Our Caribbean cruise deals come with the promise of tropical sunshine and bright blue skies, of crystal-clear waters and miles of soft, sandy beaches. They also come with our best price guarantee, so you can book your dream Caribbean cruise for much less than you might think.

Cruising the Caribbean is all about experiencing the aromas and flavours of new cuisine, and indulging in the classic dishes of yesteryear. It’s about rejuvenating your mind, body and soul with invigorating spa treatments, feeling healthy again and relaxing to the Caribbean calypso rhythms.

Unquestionably, cruising through the Caribbean is one of the most elegant, luxurious and romantic ways to holiday. It really isn’t difficult to see why it’s become the world’s favourite cruise destination.

The geography of the Caribbean is naturally ideal for cruising. These idyllic and diverse islands – of which there are some 5,000 - are close enough to each other so that you can experience a new island on almost every day of your holiday. And of course, the Caribbean’s finest weather arrives between December and April, making it the ultimate winter sun destination.

Caribbean Islands You’ll Discover on Your Cruise

We offer the best deals from the biggest Caribbean cruise providers, including Royal Caribbean, P&O, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Carnival Cruises and Thomson Cruises. No matter which islands you want to explore, we can provide you with the perfect package.

Depending on which cruise you choose, your epic Grand Voyage will take you to the iconic scenes of Antigua, the Cayman Islands, the American Virgin Islands, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and the legendary island of Jamaica – you won’t believe how many of these magical places you can experience in just one trip.

And then there’s the natural beauty and welcoming micro-cultures of San Juan, Saint Thomas, the Dominican Republic, and the extravagance of the British Virgin Islands, where you can rub shoulders with jet-set billionaires such as Richard Branson.

Caribbean Cruise Activities

Whether on land or on board, cruising the Caribbean offers a world of exciting activities and entertainment. You could be snorkelling with stingrays and sea turtles one minute and rock climbing back on the ship the next. You could be zip-lining through the rainforest canopies of St Lucia one morning and surfing a man-made wave back on board just a few hours later. Cruising offers you the opportunity to indulge in your favourite hobbies, and it’s also the perfect way to try out a few new ones, too!

Other Caribbean cruise activities include:

  • Yoga
  • Spinning
  • Snorkelling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Jet Skiing
  • Fully-equipped gym
  • Indoor skydiving
  • Cantilevered whirlpools
  • Rock-climbing wall
  • Ice-skating rink
  • Kayaking and other watersports
  • Boxing & Martial Arts
  • Golf
  • Casinos
  • Live music & entertainment

Caribbean Cruising with Kids

Cruising the Caribbean is the perfect way to holiday with your children, a fantastic opportunity for them to experience new and exciting cultures. And with so much to see and do, both on board and on land, they’ll be entertained from start to finish. The kids’ clubs are staffed with fully-qualified minders, allowing you and your partner to completely switch off and relax.

Is there a fussy eater in your family? Don’t worry; with multiple restaurants and child-friendly menus, you’re guaranteed to find something to suit even the pickiest of tastes.

Cruise for Less with our All-Inclusive Caribbean Cruise Deals

Make the most of our bargain all-inclusive Caribbean cruise deals and enjoy your holiday on land as much as your time on board. How does two nights in Miami sound before setting sail? And how about another two nights back in Miami to readjust once you get back from your cruise? If it’s a family holiday with the kids, perhaps a seven-night stay in Orlando would be the perfect warm up for your big cruise. See our all-inclusive Caribbean cruise deals for more information.

Caribbean Cruise Dining Experiences

From vintage wine cellars stocked with some of the world’s finest wines to ‘50s themed diners and silver service restaurants, eating and drinking on board a Caribbean cruise is a culinary experience you will never forgot.

You can keep it simple and relaxed with the various buffets, or go black tie and treat yourself to extravagant culinary classics cooked by some of the world’s most talented chefs. Whatever you want to eat, whenever you want to eat it, you won’t need to go far to find it.

Once on land, the flavours and aromas continue to guide you to the new flavours of the Caribbean islands, where you can kick back on white-sand beaches with your favourite cocktail and a book. It really is paradise.

The Best Time to Cruise the Caribbean

The Caribbean weather is at its best between mid-December and March, when the humidity is low and the nights a cool. This peak season is also when you’ll find the widest selections of cruises available. But even during the rest of the year, the weather is still dependably good. It may rain from time to time, but it tends to be in short bursts of heavy downpours, which makes it easy to work around.

 

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