Caribbean Vacation

Going for a Caribbean vacation on a Caribbean cruise will be one of the lifetime experiences that you'll remember for a long time. Taking a cruise is more convenient because it's inclusive of lodging and meals. You get to see several different islands but do not have to check in a hotel or villa at each stop.

The Caribbean is most popular for its beautiful islands and beaches like Barbados, the Virgin Islands, Costa Rica, Anguilla, Antigua and Aruba. Jamaica is rich for its culture, sports performance and music and Tobago with its rainforest. Mexico is known for its partying, scuba diving and snorkeling. There are nice beaches and an Ocean World at Punta Cana in Puerto Rico.

Except for the hurricane threat, the weather is warm all year and there is plenty of sunshine. And the Caribbean islands are also famous for wedding and honeymoon locations.

There are in fact so many things to see and do that it's just not the cruise experience with its numerous activities that will leave you with sweet memories. You will want to take another Caribbean vacation and explore the places and activities that you've missed out due to time constraint. Most Caribbean cruises are either 3, 4, 7 or 10 nights and even if you take the longest package, you won't have the time to explore everything.

Here's help on how to plan your trip get the most of your Caribbean cruise vacation.


  1. Your packing list for a Caribbean cruise should include different attires. You will need clothes for warm weather, cooler ones for the evening and also gears for the activities and events. Remember to bring along your shades, sunscreens and water shoes. And don't forget your camera.

  2. You are going to be at sea for quite a while. Carry motion sickness medication with you to avoid sea sickness.

  3. Carry just enough cash to shop and tip, and remember to have your credit cards and traveler's checks. If you require more cash during your Caribbean vacation, you can use the ATMs available on the cruise ship and also on the shores that you are visiting.

  4. Although the best time to go on a Caribbean cruise is in October through April, it's cheaper on non holiday season. Don't expect any cheap rates or discounts during Christmas and New Years.

  5. Set your mind to relax, have fun and enjoy the trip.

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