St Maarten is an island of two nations: French on one side of the island (where it’s spelled St Martin) and Dutch on the other side. No matter which side you spend your day when stopped in St Maarten during a cruise (note that most cruise ships dock on the Dutch side in Philipsburg), you’ll be able to enjoy water activities in the clear, calm sea that St Maarten is known for.
El Arco is one of the most popular sights to see in Los Cabos, Mexico. Located off the western shore of Mexico in the Baja California region of the country, El Arco is a grand arch made out of granite rock that juts out of the teal ocean waves. The edge of one side of […]
Cozumel is an island located just 12 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. For scuba divers taking a cruise through Mexico with a port of call in Cozumel, doing a dive off the shores of Cozumel is a must. Why? Because Cozumel has some of the best scuba diving in all of Mexico. Reefs with a plethora of coral surround the island and a multitude of tropical fish and other sealife can be spotted swimming among the reef and dotting in and out of pockets in the coral.
Dunn’s River Falls is one of the most stunning natural wonders in all of the Caribbean, let alone Jamaica. For cruisers who have a day in port in Ocho Rios, a shore excursion to Dunn’s River Falls will provide a day of rainforests and waterfalls. The Ocho Rios Shore Excursion: Dunn’s River Falls is an aptly named tour activity that picks you up straight from your ship and takes you to Dunn’s River Falls. During this excursion, you’ll get the chance to hike to the waterfalls and spend time playing in the water at the base of the falls.
If you’re cruising through the Caribbean and you have a port of call in the Cayman Islands, there is one thing that should be at the top of your to do list if you love under the sea adventures: Stingray City. Visiting Stingray City Stingray City is a sandbar located off of Grand Cayman that […]
If you’re looking for some adventures when sailing to Jamaica on a cruise, you’re in luck. A day in port in Jamaica provides many opportunities for excitement and adventure. To make the most of your time in port, opt for a shore excursion that conveniently picks you up from your ship and provides a guarantee to have you back to your cruise ship before it departs. Here are a few of the most adventurous shore excursions you can do while in Jamaica.
Sun, sand and…shopping. Cruisers who have a day in port in Antigua and Barbuda probably already know they’ll experience some sun and sand. What you might not be aware of is the shopping you can do on Antigua. A cruise through the Caribbean doesn’t mean having to give up any cosmopolitan shopaholic tendencies you may have, particularly thanks to the duty free shopping options in Antigua. Here is where to shop when you have a day in port in Antigua and Barbuda.
Puerto Rico is full of spice, both when it comes to the culture and to the food. Conveniently, one of the best ways to understand a culture while traveling is to learn about the local people’s dining customs. While in Puerto Rico, a culinary activity is a fun, informative ways to learn about the food […]
One of the best ways to see sea life is on a snorkeling excursion. The Bahamas Snorkel Adventure shore excursion picks you up straight from your ship while docked in Nassau and takes you to a local snorkel spot for a leisure snorkel swim followed by a visit to a snorkel spot known for having shark sightings, making it quite the adventure indeed. If swimming with sharks isn’t your thing, you can stay in the boat for this portion and watch the shark feeding from the boat later.