Eastern Caribbean Cruises

Eastern Caribbean Overview

Eastern Caribbean cruises typically visit Puerto Rico, St. Maartin/St.Martin, the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, and off-the-beaten-path destinations such as the island of Hispaniola.
What to Expect: Spanish influences in Puerto Rico, Dutch and French flavors in St. Maartin/St.Martin, and an English and American legacy in the Virgin Islands on Eastern Caribbean cruises.
When to Go: Winter, spring, or summer for the driest weather Eastern Caribbean cruising weather.
What to Do: Explore colonial cobblestone streets in Old San Juan, shop for souvenirs at Nassau's Straw Market, hike through a rain forest on Tortola, and sunbathe anywhere.
Local Color: The beaches locals go to are often only a short cab ride or moped jaunt away from the ones popular with tourists--ask around.
Don't Miss: Be sure to visit the charming and diverse cities and towns of the Eastern Caribbean islands.
Don't Forget: Beach reading--you'll have lots of time to relax on the sand.

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