Caribbean Adventure Cruise with Activities
For a vacation with lots of family activities choose a Caribbean adventure cruise
Taking a family Caribbean adventure cruise not only means on-board activities for all the family but options of booking Caribbean adventure and activities excursions departing from the cruise terminal at your port of call.
Today’s Caribbean adventure cruise ships are geared up to active passengers and children being on board. A number of cruise ships have now gone overboard with activities and adventure sports available for children and family members of all ages.
Looking for a cruise line for all the family that offers plenty of things for children to do on board? Then let Active Caribbean help you find a cruise ship suitable for you and your tribe…
Caribbean adventure cruise choices
A Caribbean adventure cruise on a CARNIVAL cruise ship means fun for all the family where activities for children on board ship include all or some of the following: corkscrew and bowl waterslides (the twisting one is 312 feet long), power drencher (a 500 gallon dumper bucket of water), outside fitness area, jogging track, two-deck mini golf course, and a an exciting ropes course with two difficulty levels.
The fun stakes are even higher on the newest cruise ships of ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL… suspended at a height of nine decks passengers can go ziplining on board ship and zip from one end of the ship to the other end for an adrenalin kick and a bird’s eye view of the deck. On some Caribbean adventure cruise ships you might even find a surf simulator or climbing wall.
The HOLLAND AMERICA Caribbean adventure cruise ships are mid-size ships and offer five-star dining and some interesting activities. There is a fitness centre, yoga lessons, digital workshops (digital photography, video editing, web skills), youth activities for kids from 3-17, and a culinary arts centre offering demonstrations and classes, Signature cooking classes, and wine tasting and mixology.
For a unique and sophisticated Caribbean sailing experience climb on board one of the chic STAR CLIPPERS ships. This is a Caribbean adventure cruise for grown ups! Star Clippers has three tall ships – the flagship Royal Clipper, Star Flyer and Star Clipper – they are largest full-rigged sailing ships you’ll find. On board these stunning ships you’ll enjoy tasteful touches – rich mahogany rails and brass fittings, paintings of famous sailing ships, and antique prints, as well as a tropical bar, cosy piano lounge, library and open seating dining. With regard to their flagship, Star Clippers states “Royal Clipper balances magnificence, adventure, luxury and tradition to create the ultimate seagoing experience”. Sounds like an exciting mega-sailing Caribbean adventure to us!
For a high seas Caribbean adventure cruise hop aboard a DISNEY CRUISE ship – cruises depart from the cruise line’s newest home port of Miami, Florida, or from Port Canaveral, Florida, or Galveston, Texas. At ports of call you can explore the Costa Maya jungle terrain, go diving off the coast of Cozumel to see the vibrant coral reef, and have fun on Disney’s very own private island, Castaway Cay, where there’s a beach just for families and another for adults only.
Kids can enjoy the Pelican Plunge and Spring-a-leak water play areas and, for teenagers only, there are activities in an area especially for them… the Hide Out. Enjoy kayaking, water sports, glass bottom boat tours, parasailing, fishing and stingray interactions. It’s all great FUN. Aboard DISNEY MAGIC kids and grown-up kids can splash away in AquaLab and Goofy’s Pool and, for thrill-seekers, don’t miss AquaDunk… a drop-out water slide from high up the forward funnel – great Caribbean adventure cruise experiences.
The THOMSON CRUISE Caribbean itineraries from the UK include seven nights exploring Caribbean waters and islands – fly into Bridgetown, Barbados, then join the ship and cruise on to a number of Caribbean islands, depending on the cruise you choose. P&O Caribbean ports of call include St John’s, St Lucia, St Kitts, Dominica, St Vincent, St Barts, Cuba, Aruba, Jamaica and Grenada.
P&O CRUISES visit many Caribbean islands on their fly-drive cruises from the UK to the Caribbean. These islands include Barbados, Tortola (BVI), Grand Turk, Antigua, Dominica, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, St Barts, St Kitts, St Maarten, Martinique, Grenada, St Lucia and St Vincent.
Activities on board include golf simulators and/or nets, sports clubs and dance classes. At the P&O Caribbean ports of call there’s a wide choice of activities tours and excursions including nature walks and Harrison’s Caves underground complex in Barbados, fantastic marine life in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands, and whale watching in Dominica waters. Exploring Dominica rainforests by 4×4 is a great adventure, the Grenada waters by RIB boat thrilling…
Lavish and exclusive cruises are offered by AZAMARA CLUB CRUISES. Their smaller ships can access ports that bigger ships can’t reach so you will escape the crowds. They offer cruises to the Eastern Caribbean, through the Panama Canal with ports of call in Colombia and Mexico. Activities offered on board include lectures on a wide range of subjects customised to suit guests (such as history, culture, gastronomy, natural sciences, marine wildlife), and there are technology and digital classes and art auctions.
Caribbean adventure cruise activities on board CUBA CRUISE can include quite a variety for all the family… Salsa lessons, cooking and baking classes, ceramic painting, drum classes, face painting, jewellery making, hair braiding, T-shirt decorating, scavenger and treasure hunts. There are two choices of embarkation – Havana in Cuba or Montego Bay in Jamaica. You’ll discover a Cuba that not many visitors get to see, travelling clockwise around the island of Cuba.
Local guides, on board naturalists, and experts will showcase Cuba’s natural diversity, and island excursions will be available at ports of call – including visits to National Parks, birdwatching tours, fishing, diving, snorkelling, rainforest hiking, mangrove tours, Catamaran trips and jungle tours as well as cultural/historical tours and visits to cigar and rum factories.
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