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Caribbean - All Travel Guide

The Caribbean is a region consisting of thousands of small islands and reefs. Although a lot of the islands of the Caribbean used to be secluded and were unseen by the outer world, with the passage of time these islands have also embraced the culture of flourishing tourism in the region. The Caribbean is considered a very luxurious holiday destination by a lot of people because of its beautiful beaches and clear blue sea water but today that is no longer true because now a lot of budget Caribbean ocean cruise packages have also been introduced to allow more people to enjoy this natural beauty. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Caribbean - All cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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Caribbean - All Cruises Highlights

  • Celebrate life at the Atlantis Casino on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
  • Have the best time of your life with your family and friends while visiting Dunn's Riverfall and Park in Jamaica.
  • If you are staying at the Atlantis on Paradise Island, then don't forget to visit Aquaventure, this 141-acre waterscape will let you forget about all of your worries.
  • Saona Island is a great place to go fishing, you might even catch a lobster or two. 
  • Take a stroll on the streets of old San Juan and witness the beautiful colors of the Caribbean.  
  • Hike into the mountains of these small islands and you might find a hidden waterfall.
  • Conquer your fears by cliff jumping in the El Pepe natural water pool. 
  • Rent a scooter and go for a Rum Reggae party on the cable beach for an excursion away from your stressful life.
  • Take a dive in your scuba gear and witness one of the most amazing reefs on this earth.

Caribbean - All Cruises Travel Tips

  • The economy of the Caribbean Islands is mostly dependent on tourism, which is why everyone on the ports or on the islands accept US dollars, so you don't need to change your currency before visiting the Caribbean if you are already carrying US dollars with you.
  • The weather in most of the Caribbean region is very humid. Humidity along with the heat can affect your health, and it's better to be hydrated at all times to protect yourself.
  • Although the Caribbean Islands are very safe and people out there are very friendly, it's better to be safe than sorry. Therefore, always keep your belongings close to you, and the best way to not attract a lot of attention is by not looking like a tourist.
  • Due to their tropical nature, the Caribbean Islands can be a good dwelling place for a lot of mosquitos, so don't forget to bring your insect repellants with you on this cruise.
  • Most locals speak English and you will not have any problem communicating with them if you are an English speaker.

Caribbean - All Cruises Things To Do

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    The capital city of Puerto Rico, San Juan, is situated on the Atlantic coast of the island. A beautiful coastline, numerous bars, nightclubs, and casinos sit along the promenade on the seafront and are what make this city an attractive stopover for cruisers. Multicolored 16th-century buildings from the Spanish era in the old San Juan will let you take a trip to the city's colonial history.    

    Best Time To Visit

    If you are looking to visit Puerto Rico when there are fewer tourists, cool weather, and few to no rainy days, then visit right after the winter from April to June.  


    You Should Know

    Head out to Condado Beach if you are looking for a nice quiet place to relax and enjoy the afternoon with a nicer view. Uber is almost always available in most parts of the city. San Juan is relatively safe during the day but some incidents have been reported for tourists traveling in old sketchy parts of the city during the night.
  • Barbados

    Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth island in the Caribbean. Beaches around the island are a perfect place to chill for any tourist. People in Barbados absolutely love having afternoon tea while watching a cricket match. You will find a lot of 16th-century buildings and 17th-century plantations that will give you a view of how this island nation has evolved over time.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to travel to this island is during the month of February, when you can enjoy a good sunny day on the beach or participate in the annual festivals that take place during this time of the year.     


    You Should Know

    The culture in Barbados is a mix of British and African culture and people out there are very friendly. The island's capital is Bridgetown and its parliament building and garrison are a UNESCO world heritage site. Barbados is known as the birthplace of rum and it is widely produced on the island.
  • Devil’s Island
    Devil’s Island

    This small penal colony of Cayenne was part of Salvation's Islands of French Guiana. Now commonly known as the Devil's Island, it is a must-visit for adventurous tourists. There are a lot of folk stories of ghosts on this island, but they are all just stories so you need not worry about any paranormal experiences on this island.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The majority of the tourists visit this attraction from December through February, due to the fact that winters are a little bit drier on the islands.   


    You Should Know

    The prison on the island is probably the most fascinating place to visit. Don't fall into the tricks of people telling you that the place is haunted because it is safe to see the historical sites on this island. The Isle Royale gift shop is a good place to buy some souvenirs from this island.
  • St. Lucia
    St. Lucia

    This island on the eastern side of the Caribbean is very interesting because of its unbelievable landscape. The island has a pair of mountains, that provide a great view of all the cruisers visiting St. Lucia. This island has a lot of activities for tourists such as fishing, reef diving, and trekking.  

    Best Time To Visit

    Like most of the other tropical islands in the Caribbean, St. Lucia also has wet summers and dry winters. Most tourists prefer traveling in the winters but if you are into rainy days on the beach, summers might be a better option for you.  


    You Should Know

    Don't miss out on the views of volcanic beaches while traveling to St. Lucia. There are a lot of hidden waterfalls in the rainforests of this island so if you are in for a scenic view, try to go for a wandering expedition into these rainforests. This place has a lot of local houses for rent so if you are not into living in a hotel or would like to get a feel of the island life, renting a local house could be the right decision.
  • St. Thomas
    St. Thomas

    St. Thomas is a small island considered as the gateway to the US Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. This small island is filled with sandy beaches and 16th-century Danish architecture. Because of the many activities that this island has to offer, you will never get bored of this place. Snorkeling and reef diving are the main attractions on this island.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The best season to visit this island is in the winter because while visiting in the winter, you can easily spend your day on the beach in comfortable sunshine.  


    You Should Know

    If you are traveling with your partner, a visit to the Honeymoon Beach at St. Thomas would be a great idea. Kayaking at night on this island is also one of the most popular activities. Don't forget to bring your own gear if you want to do reef diving on the island.
  • Dominica

    This tiny island country in the Caribbean is home to some of the most captivating natural landscapes. From high volcanic mountains to a steam covered boiling lake, Dominica is full of surprises. Dominica has long been a popular tourist destination for cruise travelers because of the diversity of experiences that this place has to offer.  

    Best Time To Visit

    From October to January the hotel prices on this island are quite low and that time period is considered to be the


    Best Time To Visit

    Dominica because it's the least humid time on the island as well. Dominica is a natural beauty with mountains and rainforests, and if you are planning to explore some of them, make sure you have brought your flashlight and mosquito repellant with you. The people of Dominica are some of the friendliest and kindest, so don't be shy in communicating with the locals. Don't be frustrated because of the occasional power cuts, it may not be as comfortable as home but the nature in Dominica will compel you to go out of your comfort zone and enjoy your stay.
  • St.Kitts and Nevis
    St.Kitts and Nevis

    The two island nations of St. Kitts and Nevis are situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean. The islands are full of serenity, covered with volcanic mountains and home to the green vervet monkeys. These islands also have a number of rainforests and hiking trails. Luxury beach resorts and hotels will make sure that your stay in the country is a comfortable one.  

    Best Time To Visit

    You should travel to these dual nations from December to April, because of the carnival that is hosted there and this is also the peak time for tourists. At the same time, the hotel prices can be on a bit higher side during that time due to the high influx of tourists. So if you are planning to save some on hotel costs, plan your trip in May or June.  


    You Should Know

    St. Kitts and Nevis is a relatively safe spot to travel so you can easily wander around without worrying too much. There are many volunteering opportunities on these islands and you can also take part in them. The best way to take a tour of St. Kitts is through the railway because it provides scenic views that you will always remember.
  • Saona Island
    Saona Island

    Saona Island is a top stopover on the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republican. If you have time to visit during your Caribbean Ocean cruise it is well worth it, as it can be a very scenic ride and there are plentiful options to arrive to the island. It has a population of just around 300 so it is basically untouched and as scenic as it gets. Enjoy photo-worthy white sands, turquoise waters as well as plenty of palm trees. It's an excellent opportunity to enjoy the local wildlife as well and it is frequently rated as a top attraction among visitors to the Caribbean.  

    Best Time To Visit

    All times of year are ideal to visit Saona Island but you might find more pleasant weather during the winter months.  


    You Should Know

    There are full-day excursion tours as well as snorkeling and catamaran tour options. Try scuba diving or snorkeling on this island as the waters are clear with many beautiful reefs. Some of the beaches have amenities while others may not.  

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Quick Facts

The Caribbean islands are tropical in nature and can be very hot and humid at times. This is why most of the tourists choose to visit the Caribbean in the winter because the weather is cooler and the sun is bearable during the winter. Most of the carnivals on these islands also take place during the winters. So, December through April are considered the best months to visit the Caribbean. Due to the high inflow of tourists during the winters, some of the travelers also choose to take cruises during the summers to enjoy the secluded time at the islands. There may not be many cruise options if you are traveling during the summer as many of the cruise lines tour the Caribbean in the winter. So, if you are planning your trip in the summer, make sure you start planning in advance.  

Caribbean - All Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Caribbean Cruise?

    A Caribbean cruise will take you to the various islands of the Caribbean where you can relax and explore the cultures of all of these different islands. A Caribbean cruise may be as long as 20 days and as short as 4 days.

  • What’s included on a Caribbean Cruise?

    Caribbean cruises typically cover your meals, all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, cruise accommodation, and entertainment options in basic packages. You can always go for upgraded packages if you want more facilities.

  • What’s the Best Cruise for a Caribbean Cruise?

    There are many cruises that go to the Caribbean including, MSC, Costa, Royal Caribbean, Silversea, Seabourn, Oceania, Virgin Voyages, and SeaDream.

  • How Much Does a Caribbean Cruise Cost?

    Caribbean cruises will usually cost you around $1,000 to $4,000 per person for a 5 to 15-day cruise. The luxurious cruises can also cost you somewhere around $20,000 per person for an extravagant trip to the Caribbean.

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