Castries, St. Lucia
George Town, Grand Cayman
As the largest of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola is home to coastal beaches and expansive mountainsides making it a perfect addition to the Caribbean islands. Due to its compact size, touring this little island is a breeze and lets you do so much in just one day. Check out Brandywine Beach with its calm bay or Smuggler's Cove where you can snorkel over coral reefs. Some more beaches worth exploring are Apple Bay, Lambert Beach and Norman Island. There is even Sage Mountain National park for any nature enthusiasts and if you're trying to escape the shore, take a tour of Road Town and admire the vibrant architecture that comprises this little city.
St. Johns, Antigua
With its year-long selection of beaches (365 beaches to be exact), Antigua is the ideal destination to dive, snorkel and relax along the shore. Some of our favorite beaches in Antigua are Galley Bay, Jumby Bay, Half Moon Bay and St. John's. If you're looking to learn a little more about the island's culture and history, you'll likely find yourself wandering off to the St. John's Cathedral and the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda. If you're looking for some hiking and panoramic views, make sure to check out Fort James and Fort Barrington. However you choose to spend your time in Antigua, we're sure you'll love this Caribbean paradise.
Cozumel Mexico is the perfect mix of popular and authentic. With its pristine beaches and great weather, you'll find so much to see and do while traveling to this island. With the cruise port's proximity to some of the best things to do, you'll have easy access to shopping and local dining, diving and snorkeling along mesmerizing coral reefs and the ability to take a step back in time and learn about some of the historic landmarks in Cozumel like the Mayan Ruins. Some of our favorite things to do include adventuring out to San Gervasio, going on an excursion to Xel-Hal Lagoon, lounging or playing at the Playa Mia Grand Beach Park and exploring downtown San Miguel. Plus, swimming with dolphins!