Caribbean Aboard Royal Caribbean……………………..
No one knows the Caribbean better than Royal Caribbean. After all, it is their middle name. And when it comes to beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters, the Caribbean is really the place. There are countless adventures within reach when you cruise the caribbean. Snorkle with stingrays in Grand Cayman. Join in an actual race on one of New Zealand’s former America’s Cup yachts in the Bahamas. Then, there’s the El Yunque Rain Forest in Puerto Rico, Christoffel National Park in Curaçao, and the Mayan Ruins in Cozumel, just a few of what can be done at the ports of call.
-Climb Jamaica’s Dunn’s River Falls.
-Go mountain biking in Costa Rica’s rain forests.
-Snorkel with stingrays.
-Go horseback riding on the beach.
-Dive 800 feet below sea level in a research submarine.
-Discover the inhabitants of a coral reef on a glass-bottomed boat.
-Visit Labadee®, one of Royal Caribbean’s exclusive, private destinations.
-Explore ancient civilizations as you climb mysterious Mayan pyramids.
Snapshot of the 3 parts of the caribbean:
Besides their tropical paradise settings, the islands are home to rich culture and complex histories. Explore archaic ruins, beaches, rain forests and numerous waterfalls. Spend a fun-filled afternoon at Royal Caribbean floating Aqua Park in Labadee®, a private destination available only to Royal Caribbean guests.
Take in the Sun surrounded by the white-sand beaches and beautiful turquoise waters of the most beautiful islands on earth. Find adventure parasailing high above it all or at the Dolphin Encounter. Or visit Labadee®, one of Royal Caribbeans, tropical private destinations where nature brings striking mountains and pristine beaches within arm’s reach.
The most Fasinating Caribbean islands await you down south. Activities are endless in this area. You can navigate the Hato Caves in Curaçao. Take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to race an America’s Cup sailboat. Kick back and take in some sun at Magens Bay Beach in beautiful St. Thomas. Walk down the streets of Old San Juan and explore the largest Spanish citadel built in the New World. And study the many cultures that make up these exotic islands