Where do you go for a great family Caribbean vacation? It’s really exciting and at the same time overwhelming in choosing where to spend your vacation. In this article we’re going to take a look at the top 3 Caribbean itineraries so you can decide which one is the best option for you and your family.
If this is your first time in cruising the Caribbean, then you should give the 7-night cruise a try. You can leave from different ports and experience various mix of Central American and island ports, as well as days at sea.
The Western Caribbean has also attracted passengers that are interested in a unique experience of sun and surf, civilization history, and ecological oriented adventures. Here are some of the activities you can enjoy:
- Snorkeling and scuba diving
- Discovering Mayan ruins in Mexico
- Waterfall climb in Jamaica
You can have many choices when you decide to go on an Eastern Caribbean cruise. Almost all of the major and minor cruise lines has an itinerary that will concentrate on this region. The schedules for every trip are very flexible and you can find a cruise package that will fit every budget level.
Cruising the Eastern Caribbean will take you to the British and American virgin islands, Puerto Rico and the island with two nations, St. Maarten & St. Martin. Here are some of the activities you will enjoy:
- Relaxing on the beach
- Hiking the rainforests
- Rock climbing
- Ice skating
- Boxing on floating resort
Some of the more experienced cruisers who already sailed the Caribbean before goes to the Southern Caribbean for more exotic and less crowded islands. The islands is broken down into categories, and the itineraries will generally include one from each. For example, the biggest attraction of places like Aruba and Antigua is their beaches.
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