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Caribbean - Western Travel Guide

Embarking on a Western Caribbean cruise is the ticket to a remarkable journey filled with stunning beaches, clear turquoise waters, and an array of cultural and historical sites. This sun-soaked paradise, spanning across various islands and coastlines, offers travelers unique experiences, from relaxing on powdery sands in the Cayman Islands to exploring ancient Mayan ruins in Cozumel, Mexico. Every stop brings a chance to dive into new activities, whether it's snorkeling in Honduras's Roatán, famed for its vibrant coral reef, or soaking up the lively music and arts scene in Jamaica. With such a diverse mix of attractions set against the backdrop of natural beauty, a Western Caribbean cruise promises a truly unforgettable adventure. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Caribbean - Western cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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Royal CaribbeanMariner of the SeasCaribbean - WesternGalvestonGalveston5 NightsCozumel - Mexico | Galveston - Texas | Puerto Costa Maya - Mexico$2,400
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69 reviews
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Disney MagicCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale5 Nights Castaway Cay, Bahamas | Cozumel, Mexico $2,205
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47 reviews
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Azamara QuestCaribbeanBarcelonaBordeaux13 NightsBARCELONA | BILBAO | BORDEAUX | CARTAGENA | CEUTA | FERROL | LISBON | MALAGA | SEVILLE | VALENCIA$3,120
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1 reviews
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Virgin VoyagesValiant LadyCaribbeanMiamiMiami4 NightsKey West, Florida, USA | Miami, Florida, USA | The Beach Club at Bimini, Bahamas$1,338
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Royal CaribbeanGrandeur of the SeasCaribbean - WesternTampaTampa4 NightsCozumel - Mexico | Tampa - Florida$429
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26 reviews
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MSC MagnificaCaribbeanMiamiMiami3 NightsKey West (Florida) | Miami, Florida | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas$229
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11 reviews
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MSC SeascapeCaribbeanMiamiMiami7 NightsCozumel, Mexico | George Town, Cayman Islands | Miami, Florida | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas | Ocho Rios, Jamaica$649
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11 reviews
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MSC SeascapeCaribbeanMiamiMiami14 NightsCozumel, Mexico | George Town, Cayman Islands | Miami, Florida | Nassau,Bahamas | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas | Ocho Rios, Jamaica | Puerto Plata, Dominican Rep. | San Juan, Puerto Rico$1,219
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120 reviews
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Royal CaribbeanAdventure of the SeasCaribbean - EasternPort CanaveralPort Canaveral6 NightsLabadee - Haiti | Orlando (port Canaveral) - Fl | Perfect Day Cococay - Bahamas | Puerto Plata - Dominican Rep$2,504
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69 reviews
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Disney MagicCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale5 Nights Castaway Cay, Bahamas | Cozumel, Mexico $1,450
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80 reviews
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Norwegian BreakawayCaribbean - WesternMiamiMiami7 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Harvest Caye | Miami, Florida | Roatan, Honduras$1,129
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1 reviews
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Virgin VoyagesValiant LadyCaribbeanMiamiMiami5 NightsCozumel / Playa del Carmen, Mexico | Miami, Florida, USA | The Beach Club at Bimini, Bahamas$1,290
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61 reviews
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Royal CaribbeanHarmony of the SeasCaribbean - WesternGalvestonGalveston7 NightsCozumel - Mexico | Galveston - Texas | Puerto Costa Maya - Mexico | Roatan - Honduras$1,730
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26 reviews
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MSC MagnificaCaribbeanMiamiMiami11 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Isla de Roatan, Honduras | Miami, Florida | Nassau,Bahamas | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas$709
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110 reviews
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Celebrity ReflectionBahamasFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale4 NightsBimini - Bahamas | Fort Lauderdale - Florida | Key West - Florida$333
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130 reviews
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Carnival ValorCaribbean - WesternNew OrleansNew Orleans4 NightsCozumel, Mexico | New Orleans, Louisiana$669
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11 reviews
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MSC SeashoreCaribbeanPort CanaveralPort Canaveral10 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Nassau,Bahamas | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas | Port Canaveral (Orlando)$939
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84 reviews
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Carnival ParadiseCaribbean - WesternTampaTampa4 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Tampa, Florida$498
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Itinerary Map/Ship ImageCunardQueen AnneCaribbeanSouthamptonSouthampton16 NightsAjaccio, France | Barcelona, Spain | Cadiz, Spain | Cartagena, Colombia | Lisbon, Portugal | Palma De Mallorca, Spain | Rome, Italy | Southampton, England$2,133
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26 reviews
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MSC MagnificaCaribbeanMiamiMiami7 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Isla de Roatan, Honduras | Miami, Florida | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas$569
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Caribbean - Western Travel Guide

Caribbean - Western Cruises Highlights

  • Cozumel, Mexico: Renowned for its crystal-clear waters, Cozumel is a haven for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. The island is home to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, offering underwater adventures among vibrant marine life. Back on land, the San Gervasio Mayan Archaeological Site provides a glimpse of ancient history.
  • George Town, Grand Cayman: Luxury meets natural beauty in George Town. Upscale shopping and dining are abundant, but so are breathtaking beaches like the famous Seven Mile Beach. Don't miss the unique experience of visiting Stingray City, where you can interact with and feed friendly stingrays.
  • Falmouth, Jamaica: Stepping into Falmouth is like traveling back in time, thanks to its well-preserved Georgian architecture. Beyond historical walks, you can venture to nearby Dunn's River Falls for a refreshing swim or enjoy authentic Jamaican jerk cuisine right in town.
  • Roatán, Honduras: Roatán is a paradise for both relaxation and adventure. The island's West Bay Beach is perfect for a lazy day, while the Carambola Botanical Gardens and Marine Reserve offer hiking trails and scuba diving opportunities, respectively.
  • Chichen Itza, Mexico: A couple of hours from the coast, this iconic complex of Mayan ruins takes you back centuries. The massive El Castillo pyramid is the star attraction, surrounded by other archaeological wonders, all set amidst the Yucatán jungle.
  • Stingray City, Grand Cayman: A series of shallow sandbars, this attraction lets you interact with stingrays in their natural habitat. It's an unmatched experience, allowing for feeding and even holding these gentle creatures as they glide around you.
  • Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica: One of Jamaica's national treasures, these stunning waterfalls invite visitors to climb their terraced steps under the guidance of experienced locals. The journey offers refreshing pools for a mid-ascent dip.
  • The Belize Barrier Reef: Off the coast of Belize City, this reef is a diver's paradise and one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Snorkeling tours provide up-close encounters with colorful coral formations, tropical fish, and even majestic sea turtles.
  • Altun Ha, Belize: Just a short drive from Belize City, these ancient ruins were once a major Mayan city. Explore the temples and tombs, including the famous Temple of the Green Tomb, known for its precious jade artifacts.
  • Bioluminescent Bay, Puerto Rico: Visit this natural wonder in Vieques, Puerto Rico, to see the waters glow in the dark, thanks to the microscopic organisms inhabiting the bay. Kayaking tours are available for the best views of this magical effect.

Caribbean - Western Cruises Travel Tips

  • Get cash before you leave on your cruise, and make sure you keep small bills with you. Many local establishments are cash-only and won't accept large amounts.
  • Bring versatile clothes. The weather can change quickly in the Western Caribbean, so it's good to have a combination of short- and long-sleeved shirts, as well as shorts and jeans. Comfortable walking shoes are always a "must."
  • Vendors throughout the Western Caribbean tend to be pushy with their wares. If you don't want what they're selling, don't be afraid to give a firm "no." This issue is especially prevalent in Jamaica. 
  • Don't be afraid to get in the water! The Western Caribbean is an amazing snorkeling destination with safe, clear waters that let you see some incredible marine life.
  • Safety is crucial, so stay informed about the areas you plan to visit. Stick to the main tourist spots, follow guidance from your cruise line for on-shore excursions, and avoid carrying too much cash. Speaking of money, it's convenient to have a supply of U.S. dollars, widely accepted across these Caribbean locales, alongside local currency.
  • Caribbean culture is warm and laid-back, but showing respect for local traditions is appreciated. Basic Spanish phrases can come in handy, as Spanish is widely spoken in several destinations. Simple phrases like "Hola" (Hello), "Gracias" (Thank you), and "Dónde está...?" (Where is...?) could be useful.

Caribbean - Western Cruises Things To Do

  • Chankanaab National Park
    Chankanaab National Park

    This incredible destination in Cozumel is the best place to see marine life. Swimming with dolphins here is sure to create unforgettable memories! If you don't want to spend the day in the water, you can also go to the Mayan house and watch tortillas being made by hand, check out the crocodile farm, or experience a massage in front of the gorgeous lagoon.  

    You Should Know

    Chankanaab Park is fully equipped with toilets, a first-aid area, showers, a playground, on-duty lifeguards, and more. This park has been declared a National Park since 1980 and is considered a special area for protecting the region's flora and fauna. The park is open daily from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. There is a $21 admission fee for adults and a $14 fee for children.
  • Seven Mile Beach
    Seven Mile Beach

    If your cruise brings you to Grand Cayman, you simply can't miss Seven Mile Beach. There's always a spot on the sand for you, and the waters are unparalleled by any other beach around. This is the perfect place to escape your worries, get some sun, and truly make the most of your vacation.  

    You Should Know

    The water here is so clean because there are no rivers draining into the beach! Visibility is excellent for water activities like snorkeling. The water entrance declines pretty sharply once you start wading in, so proceed with caution. Even though it's called "Seven Mile Beach," the beach is actually about 5.5 miles long now. It's believed that the beach has been eroded on the southern ends, causing it to shorten.
  • Chacchoben Mayan Ruins
    Chacchoben Mayan Ruins

    Costa Maya's most popular ruins site is the Chacchoben Mayan Ruins. It houses more than 3,000 years of Mayan history and is the ultimate destination for history buffs. There are multiple tours you can embark on depending on what aspect of the Ruins you're most interested in.   

    You Should Know

    The Ruins are located about 50 minutes away from the Costa Maya cruise port. This is a popular excursion destination, so your ship may have a tour already set up. Check in with your cruise company to learn more. The first human settlements appeared here around 1000 BC, and by 360 AD, the area was considered the largest community in the region. Only a portion of Chacchoben is open to the public. The private areas consist mainly of temples that researchers haven't had a chance to explore yet.
  • Gumbalimba Park
    Gumbalimba Park

    Established in 2003, Gumbalimba Park on Roatan Island is a wonderful attraction for those interested in animals. There are plenty of family-friendly attractions here, including a pool, museum, botanical gardens, and an animal interaction center. You can even kayak and zipline! This privately-owned park truly offers something for everyone.  

    You Should Know

    Gumbalimba Park is open daily from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Your admission fee will cover guide services and access to the beach area, botanical garden, animal preserve area, and the pirate cave. It's recommended that you bring your swimsuit, sunscreen, sunglasses, camera, hat, and towel. Animals you might find here include white-face monkeys, macaws, iguanas, sloths, parrots, and more.
  • Shaw Park Botanical Gardens
    Shaw Park Botanical Gardens

    Shaw Park Botanical Gardens in Jamaica is a 25-acre botanical garden experience complete with a beautiful waterfall. It's about 550 feet above sea level and is located on the grounds of a former hotel. You'll find a wide variety of native plant life that you've probably never seen before! You're welcome to explore by yourself or take a guided tour. If you're a plant lover, you don't want to miss this experience.  

    You Should Know

    The park charges a $10 entrance fee per person. There's plenty of picnic space in the Park for those wanting to enjoy an outdoor lunch in the midst of some beautiful scenery. In addition to the stunning plant life, you'll also spot tons of insect and bird species. Be sure to look way up into the trees and bring your binoculars if you can!
  • Dunn’s River Falls
    Dunn’s River Falls

    Dunn's River Falls is one of the most popular attractions in Ocho Rios. It is constantly changing thanks to a continuous deposit of travertine rock. You're welcome to explore on your own or embark on a historical or culture tour to make the most of your time here. Do expect crowds, though, since this is one of Ocho Rios's most sought-after spots.   

    You Should Know

    Available amenities include restrooms, a gift shop, and an on-site restaurant. If you're into hiking, this is the ultimate destination. A 1.5-hour hike will take you all around the falls and allow you the chance to swim on your way to the summit. It's believed that this attraction was the site of the "Las Chorreras" battle of 1657 between the Spanish and the English.
  • Chichen Itza
    Chichen Itza

    Even though it's a bit inland, the Chichen Itza makes the perfect excursion if you're a history lover. This ruined Mayan city in the Yucatan state is simply fascinating and is the 2nd most visited archeological site in all of Mexico. The Kukulkan Pyramid, also called "El Castillo," is one of the new seven wonders of the world!  

    You Should Know

    This site has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chichen Itza is open 365 days a year and sees tourists every single one of those days. Expect large crowds if you visit during peak tourist season. It is believed that the city held political, military, commercial, and religious buildings and was home to about 35,000 people at its height.
  • Tulum Mayan Ruins
    Tulum Mayan Ruins

    A slightly less popular but still fascinating site is the Tulum Mayan Ruins. This destination is full of beautiful temples, holding history at every turn. It was built as a seaport fortress and is believed to have housed around 1,600 people at one time. You'll find stunning views of the water and a beautiful partially restored mural.  

    You Should Know

    You can visit the Tulum Mayan Ruins daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., though the last tickets are sold at 3 p.m. Admission will cost you 80 pesos (about $3.75 USD). Right below the main pyramid, you'll find a small beach you can access starting at around 10 a.m. If you're not taking an excursion with your cruise line, you can reach the Ruins by bus, taxi, or colectivo (group taxi).

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Quick Facts

Sailing on a Western Caribbean cruise means you'll be hopping from one incredible destination to another. Each port offers its unique blend of attractions, from golden beaches to historical sites, ensuring every day of your cruise brings something new and exciting.

  • Getting There

    Setting sail on a Western Caribbean cruise is a breeze, with several convenient departure points. This region, located south of the United States and east of Central America, includes a variety of destinations like Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica, each surrounded by the serene Caribbean Sea.

    Most cruises set sail from southern U.S. cities. Popular ports include Miami and Fort Lauderdale in Florida, offering a wide range of cruise options given their proximity to the Caribbean. Additionally, travelers can embark from ports like Galveston, Texas, or New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Once on board, your cruise ship navigates through the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic, entering the Caribbean region. The journey is as smooth as the destination is enchanting, promising a hassle-free start to your adventure.

  • The Perfect Time for a Western Caribbean Cruise

    Cruising the Western Caribbean offers an opportunity to explore a region filled with beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and diverse cultures. Selecting the right time for your cruise is key to experiencing the best of what this area has to offer. The Western Caribbean enjoys warm, tropical weather year-round, making cruising a delightful experience whenever you choose to go. However, the timing of your trip can greatly influence the overall experience.  

    The peak cruising season in the Western Caribbean runs from December through April. This period offers cruisers sunny skies and moderate temperatures, making it ideal for beach hopping, snorkeling, and exploring the many outdoor attractions the region has to offer.

    However, cruising during these months also means you're likely to encounter more tourists, resulting in crowded ports and potentially higher cruise prices. It's a popular time for cruising, with excellent weather conditions and a vibrant atmosphere at every destination.  

    For cruisers seeking a quieter experience, sailing between May and June is a great choice. During these months, you'll still enjoy great weather with only a slight chance of rain as the region edges into the wet season. However, cruisers should be cautious from July to November. While cruising during this time offers fewer tourists and lower rates, it's also the hurricane season, which can bring unpredictable weather and potential travel disruptions.  

    Ultimately, the sweet spot for a Western Caribbean cruise is during the shoulder season, from late April to early June. Cruising in these months strikes a perfect balance, offering pleasant weather, manageable tourist numbers, and potential cost savings. This period allows cruisers to enjoy the Western Caribbean's beauty and attractions in a more relaxed and comfortable setting.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to the Western Caribbean?

    Booking a cruise to the Western Caribbean is more than just a holiday; it's stepping into a convenient and exciting way to explore multiple world-renowned destinations in one trip. First off, there's incredible value for money. Your accommodation, transport, and most meals are covered in one upfront cost, taking the guesswork out of budgeting for multiple things. The convenience factor is unparalleled. You unpack once, and your hotel travels with you, with no constant repacking or hauling luggage through airports.

    Cruises offer unique coastal views that you simply can't get from land. Imagine waking up each morning to a new horizon, sipping your drink while soaking in panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. Plus, cruise lines often have exclusive arrangements for their passengers - think private beach excursions, priority access to landmarks, and even private islands like Labadee or Half Moon Cay, exclusively reserved for your enjoyment. Moreover, the onboard activities and entertainment mean the adventure isn't just limited to port stops. With everything from rock climbing to gourmet dining, your journey between destinations becomes a significant part of the experience. In essence, a Western Caribbean cruise combines the ease of all-inclusive with the excitement of an action-packed adventure, appealing to travelers of all ages and interests.

  • Experience the Flavors of the Western Caribbean

    Discovering the Western Caribbean also means enjoying its delicious cuisine, a mix of flavors reflecting the region's rich cultural diversity. Here's what you should know about food in this tropical paradise.

    The food is known for its spicy kick and vibrant flavors, often featuring ingredients like rice, beans, plantains, and locally sourced seafood. One must-try dish is jerk chicken, a well-loved meal seasoned with a hot spice mix and grilled to perfection. Don't miss the chance to try fresh seafood; whether it's a fish BBQ on the beach or dining in a local seaside restaurant, the flavors are incredible.

    For something to sip, Caribbean rum is world-renowned, and you'll find it featured in many local cocktails. Be sure to try a refreshing mojito or the iconic rum punch.

    While every island offers unique dining experiences, consider a food tour or local cooking class if your schedule allows. It's a fantastic opportunity not only to taste a variety of dishes but also to dive into the culinary traditions of the Western Caribbean.

  • Immerse Yourself in Western Caribbean Culture

    The Western Caribbean is a vibrant region, rich in culture that varies from one island to the next. Each place you visit offers its unique customs and traditions, making your cruise an enriching journey through diverse cultural landscapes.

    One significant aspect of life here is music and dance, deeply rooted in the history of the Caribbean people. From the rhythmic sounds of reggae in Jamaica to the energetic beats of salsa in Cuba, each style tells a story that you'll feel in every dance step you take.

    Festivals are another cultural highlight. If you time your visit right, you might witness Carnival, a dynamic celebration filled with colorful costumes, lively parades, and local music, highlighting the region's indomitable spirit and heritage.

    Lastly, the welcoming nature of the Caribbean people is heartwarming. Respect for local customs, greetings, and dress codes is appreciated and often rewarded with friendly conversations that enrich your travel experience.

  • Ready to Book Your Western Caribbean Cruise?

    If you're seeking a vacation that promises sunshine, adventure, and a chance to experience diverse cultures, booking a Western Caribbean cruise might be your perfect move. Picture yourself lounging on sun-drenched beaches with crystal-clear waters in the Bahamas, exploring ancient Mayan ruins in Mexico, or snorkeling among vibrant coral reefs in Honduras. Each destination on your itinerary presents a new opportunity for unforgettable memories.

    A cruise simplifies your travels, taking the hassle out of moving between destinations. You unpack once and wake up in a new, exciting location throughout your journey. Plus, onboard amenities add an extra layer of relaxation and entertainment to your adventure at sea.

    With all these perks wrapped in one package, a Western Caribbean cruise offers an unbeatable vacation. Don't hesitate! Dive into planning and book your trip now. It's more than a journey; it's a doorway to diverse experiences awaiting your discovery.

Caribbean - Western Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Western Caribbean Cruise?

    A Western Caribbean cruise will take you to some incredible tropical sites throughout Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica, and more. Cruises can last anywhere from 3 to 14 days and visit a variety of port cities. You could even take multiple Western Caribbean ocean cruises and experience totally different destinations! No matter what cruise you embark on, you'll get beautiful beaches, stunning wildlife, and breathtaking history. 

  • What’s Included on a Western Caribbean Cruise?

    Your Western Caribbean cruise experience will include the price of all your meals and stateroom, as well as daily excursions. You'll receive plenty of onboard entertainment for the days you're just cruising. Your cruise line may also be able to set up tours for you once you reach your port city, as well as arrange transportation to and from the initial port city. 

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

    Many popular cruise lines offer Western Caribbean cruises. Carnival Cruises and Royal Caribbean are two of the most well-known, though you can also find cruises through companies like Norwegian Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, and Princess Cruises. 

  • How Much Does a Western Caribbean Cruise Cost?

    The price of your Western Caribbean cruise will depend largely on the company and length of tour you choose. Many weekend cruises cost as little as $200 per person, though that does not include the cost to travel to the port from which the cruise departs. Longer cruises around 14 days can cost around $1,500 per person or more.

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