For a truly tropical cruise holiday why not cast off to the Caribbean? A popular holiday destination for us Brits, the Caribbean has a lot to offer, different types of travellers. If you book a Caribbean Cruise adventure you can easily explore this region without having to worry about travel and transfers as all that is taken care of.
Totally tropical islands
The Caribbean is made up of a cluster of islands, some big and some very, very small, each is rich in its own different culture and steeped in history and offers scenery which will take your breath away. Lush green foliage opens up onto white sandy beaches and turquoise waters and the Caribbean enjoys year round sunshine and great temperatures from warm and pleasant to scorching hot.
You can lie still and peaceful uninterrupted on the beaches and let all your worries melt away or explore the local area on excursion’s from your cruise ship. See how the islands became what they are today, with Nelsons Dockyard in Antigua which has its British Connections as well as Kingston on the island of Jamaica. These colourful ports which offer an insight into colonial history as well as a wealth of activities visitors with local culture to savour.
The great thing about the Caribbean is that there isn’t much of a chance of coming across the same food or drink, each island has its own cuisine and tastes which means you can experience wonderful flavours and customs on each islands you stop on.
Why not try your hand at snorkelling around the bays of St Lucia or Grand Cayman. Take a safari up into the jungle depths on Jamaica. Experience some of the best wave in the world if you’re a keen surfer, you will find some of the best waves around in the Caribbean.
There are a couple of options for cruise holidays when you book through Bonvoyage.co.uk, you can cruise directly from the UK a voyage which normally takes about seven days (there are plenty of on board activities to keep you occupied though). Or you can opt for a fly and cruise holiday, flying out to US ports or some in the Caribbean. Finally you can enjoy a fly, cruise and stay holiday where you can add on an extra week’s holiday in your final port of call or start a week earlier before you embark on your cruise.
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