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Explore Caribbean

The Caribbean is one of the world's most popular cruise destinations due to its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters brimming with marine life, countless and diverse ports of call, and abundance of water sports.There are so many islands to explore that you're guaranteed a diverse mix of cultures, history, architecture, cuisine and activities. The Caribbean is no longer the exclusive holiday destination it used to be; price tags are smaller but the luxury, choice and excitement on offer is the same. Each island has its own history and culture to share with you, making a cruise an excellent way...
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Caribbean
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The Caribbean is one of the world's most popular cruise destinations due to its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters brimming with marine life, countless and diverse ports of call, and abundance of water sports.

There are so many islands to explore that you're guaranteed a diverse mix of cultures, history, architecture, cuisine and activities. The Caribbean is no longer the exclusive holiday destination it used to be; price tags are smaller but the luxury, choice and excitement on offer is the same. Each island has its own history and culture to share with you, making a cruise an excellent way to experience a number of stunning Caribbean destinations in one trip.
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Barbados, Caribbean
The Eastern Caribbean Island of Barbados, part of the independent British Commonwealth Nation, encompasses beautiful beaches, exciting landmarks, and friendly locals. Sun worshippers should spend a day at Bottom Bay, considered to be one of the best beaches on the island. For family-friendly fun, why not sample some Bajan cuisine and maybe even try jet-skiing at the popular Mullins Beach? Visit St Nicholas Abbey and learn about the island’s history as well as the rum distillery. Head to Harrison’s Cave which allows you to delve deep into the cave surrounded by natural wildlife. See the monkeys and other animals roaming freely around the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Take a stroll around the scenic garden park with tropical trees at the Flower Forest. 
Barbados, Caribbean
St. John's, Antigua
St. John's, Antigua
This pretty capital city not only gives you access to Antigua's 365 stunning beaches, but is also packed with attractions including English Harbour and the historic Nelson's Dockyard. A visit to the colourful St. John's street market is a must, and you also find great shopping and dining in Heritage Quay. Travel to Shirley Heights Lookout for superb views of English and Falmouth Harbours. A 90-minute ferry ride from Bryson Wharf takes you to Antigua's sister island, Barbuda, to explore the Arawak Caves and Frigate Bird Sanctuary.
St Lucia
Arrive in St. Lucia and experience some of the Caribbean's most dramatic scenery. The island's natural landscape features the majestic Piton Mountains, pristine beaches lined with palm trees and miles of unspoiled rainforest. Shop for souvenirs at the colourful Central Market in Castries — the capital city, snorkel in the crystalline waters of Half-Moon Bay and enjoy a picnic on a lemon grass lawn at Pigeon Island National Park.
St Lucia
St. Maarten
St. Maarten
This minute island offers a cosmopolitan culture, first-class dining scenes, international shopping, and a laid-back Caribbean atmosphere. Savour delicious barbecued meats in street cafes and dance to calypso sounds at a barefoot beach bar. Head to the ruins of the French and Dutch forts which overlook the Caribbean Sea, or visit Philipsburg waterfront for duty-free shopping.
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