When you travel, you don’t only meet people or discover new places; you also learn a lot about these places. When you travel, you become a better and wiser person. So, it is no wonder then that many individuals do their best to save up for at least one major trip in a year. It can be a local destination or somewhere on the other side of the world. One of the best ways to travel and see the world, though, is by joining a Caribbean cruise. Here are eight of the best Caribbean cruises for 2016. Take time to read and find that vacation you have always dreamed of having!
1. DISNEY FANTASY CRUISES TO THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN
This Caribbean cruise is for the Disney lover. The Disney Fantasy Cruise features live shows, an interactive game with the Muppets, and other Disney-related activities. At dinner time, guests are given placemats that come alive. The cruise will start at Port Canaveral in Orlando, Florida then on to Castaway Cay before heading to Grand Cayman. Cozumel is next on the itinerary before the ship goes back to Port Canaveral.
2. CELEBRITY EQUINOX CRUISES TO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
The Celebrity Equinox Cruise is one of the most popular. It is also one of the longest cruises as it lasts for ten nights. Among the special features of the cruise is a wide selection of food, including healthier options; cabins that feel like spas; and lawns made out of real grass. The Celebrity Equinox route will start at Fort Lauderdale and then move on to St. Thomas, to St. Kilts, to Barbados, then to St. Maarten before heading back to Fort Lauderdale.
3. ROYAL CARIBBEAN ALLURE OF THE SEAS CRUISES TO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
This Caribbean Cruise will last for seven nights. It is perfect for families, foodies, and friends. A lot of fun activities await passengers, which is why it is best for families with kids. The cruise will start at Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale and then proceed to Nassau, to St. Thomas, to St. Maarten, and then back to Fort Lauderdale.
4. CELEBRITY REFLECTION CRUISES TO THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN
This is a 7-night cruise that features the Celebrity fleet’s newest ship. Cruise guests will have the option to dine for free or to go for the paid dining fee. Of course, since the ship is new, so are the amenities and facilities. The ship’s interiors are classy and sleek. The cruise’s starting point is Miami; then it will go to Cozumel before heading off to Grand Cayman, to Falmouth, to Labadee, and then back to Miami.
5. DISNEY MAGIC CRUISES TO THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN
There are two options for this cruise: seven nights or six nights. The seven-day cruise features one of the most loved modern Disney classics, “Tangled,” in a musical that will have kids and teens asking for more. The ship for this cruise has three restaurants, three swimming pools, and a splash area for the little ones. Starting point is Miami, then Key West, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Castaway City, and then back to Miami.
6. CELEBRITY SILHOUETTE CRUISE TO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
This cruise is on board one of the prettiest ships. It is also one of the most luxurious, with a lawn club and around ten restaurants. Guests will enjoy sampling all the beers on the ship – a total of over 50 varieties! This seven-night cruise will start at Fort Lauderdale and then head off to San Juan, to St. Thomas, to St. Maarten, and then back to Fort Lauderdale.
7. ROYAL CARIBBEAN SERENADE OF THE SEA CRUISES TO THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN
This cruise uses a mid-size ship and is good especially for families. There are plenty of restaurant choices. Also, guests can choose from a variety of entertainment choices. This 10-night cruise will sail from Fort Lauderdale to Tortola, then to St. Kitts, to Dominica, to Antigua, St. Maarten, and then back to Fort Lauderdale.
8. ROYAL CARIBBEAN FREEDOM OF THE SEAS TO THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
There are four options for this cruise: three cruises sailing for eight hours and one cruising for seven hours. Amenities, facilities, and activities are the same. The best entertainment possible, good food, fun activities for everyone. The seven-night cruise starts from Port Canaveral and moves on to CocoCay, to St. Thomas, to St. Maarten, and then back to Port Canaveral. The eight-night cruise has the following route: (1) Fort Lauderdale to Labadee, to San Juan, St. Maarten, St. Kitts, and then back to Fort Lauderdale. (2) Fort Lauderdale to Nassau, to San Juan, to Antigua, to St. Kitts, and then back to Ft. Lauderdale. (3) Fort Lauderdale, St. Kitts, St. Maarten, San Juan, and then back to Fort Lauderdale.