Western Caribbean Cruises

Western Caribbean Overview

Western Caribbean cruises dive headlong into a mysterious and beautiful world of old Spanish forts, pirate hideouts, golden beaches, and secluded coves.
What to Expect: Lively Western Caribbean nightlife, livelier reefs, colorful craft markets, Spanish forts, and Mayan ruins.
When to Go: Winter, spring, or summer for the driest weather Western Caribbean cruising weather.
What to Do: Dive, snorkel, or swim with sea turtles. Shop for hand-woven goods at the Nassau straw market, climb Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios, and explore ruins in Cozumel.
Local Color: On Grand Cayman, go to Hell and back--and get your postcards stamped at the town's post office to prove it.
Don't Miss: Snorkeling in some of the clearest, warmest waters anywhere--ideal for beginners and experts.
Don't Forget: Serious sunscreen--45 SPF is not too strong for the Western Caribbean sun.

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