Budget Travel Tips: How to Cruise Caribbean Style


In 1492, a new discovery was added to the globe by the famous explorer Christopher Columbus – a discovery that would be later described as one of the most luxurious destinations for holidays and a place that is enriched with beauty, culture and the all important sun, sea and sand.

The Caribbean offers bright white beaches, kissed by deep blue oceans, rum cocktails, which are sipped by the side of a pool and exotic foods, which excite your taste buds. There are plenty of locations you can choose to visit, but where to go first is a question that forms on the lips of most Caribbean travellers.

If you choose Royal Caribbean Cruises deals you can explore a variety of Caribbean islands during a single trip. Sail through the Bahamas, top up your tan in Puerto Rico, hit the shops in St Martin – however you want to spend your days, they’re sure to have the perfect option.

If the Western Caribbean is more your style, grab a snorkel to go lobster hunting in Playa del Carmen and swim alongside stingrays, before visiting the stunning waterfalls of Jamaica and taking a trip into the wondrous rainforests of Costa Rica. You certainly won’t be short of anything to do.


On board the cruise, the fun doesn’t stop; you can take part in many of the on board activities, including wave surfing, slides and other water activities. You can also opt for a relaxing massage, a swim in the inviting pool or a quiet afternoon cocktail by the bar. Your evenings will be filled with glamour, excitement and variety, with entertainment covering everything from Broadway musicals to aqua-theatres. Some of the cruise ships even have 3D theatres for the kids, plus a whole host of children’s day and evening activities, aimed at various age groups.

If you are hoping for something to tickle your taste buds, dining on board a Royal Caribbean ship will not disappoint; you can dine with the family, or for those travelling without children, you can choose to eat in an ‘adults only’ section, where you’ll be undisturbed by other families. The food is prepared on board by a team of talented chefs, who will ensure every morsel is exquisite, offering you a range of tastes from around the world – the perfect way to summarise a cruise holiday with Royal Caribbean!

Joanna Owens/ author of the article
Hello, everyone! My name is Joanna Owens, and I'm a tourist guide. One of the things that sets me apart as a tourist guide is my enthusiasm and passion for what I do. I believe that travel should be about more than just checking off items on a bucket list; it should be about experiencing new cultures, meeting new people, and discovering the world in all its beauty and complexity. I strive to create tours and experiences that are not only informative but also engaging and interactive, so that my clients can truly immerse themselves in the places they visit.
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