The Carnival fleet welcomed Carnival Conquest in 2002. This family-friendly ship sets sail from Miami and Fort Lauderdale in Florida around Bahamas, Bermuda, and the Caribbean with a maximum of 3700 passengers on board. Carnival Conquest is home to 13 decks lined with luxury staterooms and suites, round-the-world restaurants, bars, and lounges, swimming pool with twister waterslide and outdoor whirlpool, adult-only retreat, spa, mini-golf course, sports deck, and daytime and evening entertainment options. As well as this, the ship drops anchor most mornings at a wonderful port of call where you can enjoy sightseeing and adventures ashore.
Take your seat in Monet and Renoir formal dining rooms to indulge in a variety of culinary treats. Restaurant Cezanne serves international buffet food options with casual sea views for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Visit the Point Steakhouse for mouth-watering meats including steak, lamb, and lobster, or savour tantalising tacos and spicy fajitas at BlueIguana Cantina. Nibble on Asian specialities at Seafood Shack, or treat yourself to a juicy burger at Guy’s Burger Joint. Cherry on Top is a confectionary haven for sweets, chocolate, and ice cream. Make a reservation at The Chef’s Table for the ultimate chef-prepared foodie experience.
Blues Piano Bar and Vincent’s Jazz Bar are perfect places to sit and listen to piano and jazz tunes. Enjoy a pitcher of Caribbean rum-based drinks and frozen cocktails at RedFrog Rum Bar, or indulge in slushy tequila and ice-cold Mexican cervezas at BlueIguana Tequila Bar. Sip on freshly-made cocktails in the unique vintage-themed Alchemy Bar, or savour a chilled glass of wine at The Point. Smoke, drink, and listen to classical and jazz music at Alfred’s Bar and catch up on the latest sports games over a pint at EA Sports Bar.
Top up your tan on deck or make a splash in The Stars Pool with its twister waterslide. Challenge the family to a game of mini-golf, or watch a film on the large LED screen at Carnival’s Seaside Theatre. From Camp Carnival and Club 02 to Circle “C”, you can rest assured tots to teens will have fun times. Whilst the kids are occupied, retreat to the Spa Carnival for a rejuvenating treatment, or a HIIT session at the gymnasium. Relax afterwards with a dip in the Jacuzzi, or a seat in the sauna. When the sun sets, make your way to Toulouse-Lautrec Main Show Lounge to enjoy a stage show of music and dancing. Visit Degas Aft Lounge for a variety of comedy, karaoke, live music, ballroom dancing, and art auctions.
Day 1: UK to Miami, Florida
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Miami and make your way to your four-star hotel for a three-night stay.
Day 2 - 3: Miami, Florida
Be spoilt for choice on how to spend your time here. This vibrant city stretches from the serene Everglades to the stylish haunts of the rich and famous on Miami Beach. Indulge in retail therapy at Lincoln Road Mall or enjoy a touch of culture at Wolfsonian-FIU museum. Escape to the idyllic Miami Beach Botanical Garden or chill out on the white sand of South Beach. Explore the art galleries and elegant eateries at Miami's Design District or visit the historic and bohemian Espanola Way. If you're travelling with children, spend time at Jungle Island zoo and Miami Children's Museum.
Day 4: Miami, Florida (Embarkation Day)
After check out, make your way to Miami port to board Carnival Conquest for your seven-night cruise.
Day 6: Grand Cayman
The ship drops anchor at British-style Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. Stroll around the shops, cafes and museums in nearby George Town and spend time relaxing on the white sand of Seven Mile Beach. Swim with marine life at Stingray City or go snorkelling in search of local angel and parrot fish at Coral Garden. Keep your eyes peeled for indigenous rare blue iguanas when you visit Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park. Make sure to see the original Batmobile and Batcycle from the Batman TV series at the Cayman Motor Museum before you depart, too.
Day 7: Mahogany Bay, Honduras
Mahogany Bay is nestled on the stunning Western Caribbean Island of Roatan. Known for its untouched beauty, Roatan is a popular stop with cruise goers. Ride the chair lift to Mahogany Beach, a 10-acre private island featuring an 825-foot-long white-sand beach with a beach volleyball court and a plethora of watersports. Soak up the sun on the pristine beach, or try something more adventurous such as a kayaking tour or catamaran cruise. The port’s welcome centre offers duty-free shopping and places to eat.
Day 8: Belize City, Belize
The port of Belize City is located in the Central American country of Belize. The city is divided is in two by Haulover Creek with the manually-operated 1920s Swing Bridge linking the two halves together. On the northern side you can trace the country's history at the Museum of Belize or admire the displays of contemporary art at the Image Factory gallery. To the south you can visit the historic St John's Cathedral and the fascinating House of Culture. Get up close to the native and rescued animals that roam freely in enclosures at Belize Zoo. Head out of town to Old Belize Beach and spend a few hours sunbathing or enjoy barbecued lobster and rum punch on a visit to Goff's Caye. Alternatively, an hour's drive will take you out to the amazing Altun Ha and Xunantunich Temples.
Day 9: Cozumel, Mexico
Arrive on the Mexican island of Cozumel. One of Mexico's most popular ports of call, it's home to several natural parks and a rich coral reef surrounded by tropical fish. San Miguel, Cozumel's only town, offers a great selection of bars, cafes and restaurants alongside seafront shops and boutiques selling handmade Mayan souvenirs. Follow sightseeing jungle trails, wander botanical gardens with natural lagoons, or view dolphins and sea turtles in their natural habitat.
Day 11:Miami, Florida to UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and make your way back to the airport for your return flight back to the UK.