It consists of approximately 50 islands (750 if you count
the Bahamas archipelago), the Caribbean is a real
treasure in terms of cruise. The rich
variety of views, people and places await, along with
swaying palm trees and idyllic beaches of golden sand.
A network of islands in the Caribbean is in fact so
extensive that it is possible to reserve several Caribbean vessels
and avoid twice on the same islands! There are four basic Caribbean cruise routes used by
West Caribbean Cruise Route – Departure from
Seaports in Texas, Louisiana and Florida, West
Cozumel Island, Cayman Islands, Jamaica and
any number of islands off the coast of Honduras and
Eastern Caribbean Cruise Route – One of the most popular
favorite Caribbean voyages, Eastern Route
usually departs from Florida and other seaports
along the east coast of the United States. Route
raises destinations such as Key West, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Virgin Islands
(including St. Thomas and St. Croix) and Puerto
South Caribbean Cruise Route – This route
usually starts at San Juan in Puerto Rico and
lasts in many possible destinations along the Malé
Antilles and the Netherlands Antilles
Exotic / long-term cruise on the Caribbean – This route
takes on all / all of the aforementioned destinations
and can sometimes end in another place where
Due to this wide range of available destinations
in the Caribbean, it can be a bit stunning when
attempts to make a decision on the crucible on which the islands
fit into your itinerary. After all, you do not want
to omit some real Caribbean gems, right? So
whether you are planning a short or long cruise
turn from home, there is a selection of
"you have to see" & Must-dos & quot; Caribbean Adventure.
St Croix (Virgin Islands) – Take a kayak trip at night
in the Salt River National Park and visit the first landing
Christopher Columbus on his way
to the New World.
Grenada – Even though Hurricane Ivan devastated in 2004,
Grenada is still a good visit to diving
. Here you can explore the largest wreck in the Caribbean
to see the submarine volcano.
St. Thomas (Virgin Islands) – Cinnamon Bay
The National Park offers great snorkelling opportunities
. You can see a rich underwater life
in shallow waters around St. Louis Thomas.
Jamaica – Why not try a hand on bamboo rafting in
Puerto Rico – Caribbean cruise would be complete
without visiting the world-famous Condado beach on
on the island of Puerto Rico.
Aruba – Do you want to find a Caribbean paradise? What about
rest on one of the 365 beaches that surround
the Dutch island of Aruba.
Saint Christopher – swim with turtles in the water around
Saint Kitts and then relax on the pink sandy beaches on
this beautiful island.
Good luck when planning a trip and joyful cruises.