When it comes to tailor-fitting a holiday to our budget, we just jump at skimping the luxury part of the holiday. However, a little extravaganza is the relaxing flavour of any holiday, and that’s what sets it apart from the daily chores and keeping a track of the accounts of everyday. With Caribbean Cruises, it is possible to enjoy the best of both the worlds. You can have budget-friendly Caribbean Cruises that can make your cruise holiday go easy on your pockets as well as make your holiday a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Planning a vacation is a strenuous task in itself. You have to do a lot of research, starting from where you are going and then looking for the cheapest deals in tickets to booking the hotel, how to get there, where to eat, what to eat and on and on and on. Such is not the case with Caribbean Cruises. You can just focus on what is the most important thing in your holiday, – relaxing! The most interesting part of your Caribbean Cruise holiday is, your mode of transportation is your accommodation too, and thus you don’t have to worry about how you should get around and where you should stay!
Caribbean Cruises: What’s on the Itineraries
Caribbean Cruises are designed to cater to people with myriad tastes and different preferences. Mostly, they have these three main itineraries – Western Caribbean, Eastern Caribbean and Southern Caribbean. For those who are already getting interested but are not familiar to the routes, we will be giving a brief description of this Western, Eastern and Southern caribbean cruise.
The Western Caribbean Cruise
The Western Caribbean Cruises depart from mainly the following places:
- Galveston, TX
- New Orleans
- Mobile, AL
- Tampa, FL
- Miami, FL
and sometimes from Port Canaveral, FL
There are cruises that go for 4, 5, and 7 day, or longer departing from these ports. Also there are cruises that sail for more than 8 days. These cruises sail further south – to the Panama Canal. The Caribbean cruises that travel through these ports are called Exotic Caribbean Cruises. The ports that are travelled through the Exotic Caribbean journey are really exclusive because in the typical 7-day cruises they are not found usually. Some of the exotic ports like Puerto Limon and Costa Rica are travelled in the journey, and sometimes, Aruba too, if you are getting too lucky!
The Eastern Caribbean Cruise
The cruises of Eastern Caribbean have the following ports on their itineraries, from where they departure:
- Miami, FL
- Ft. Lauderdale, FL
- Port Canaveral, FL
- and from Bayonne, New Jersey and New York
The ports included in the route of their journey are:
- San Juan, PR
- St. Thomas, USVI
- St. Maarten
- Tortola, BVI
- and Labadee, Hispaniola (Haiti)
The Southern Caribbean Cruise
The Southern caribbean cruises itinerary is one of the most scenic cruises that Caribbean Cruises have to offer. The journey commences mostly from San Juan,PR. However, you may also find cruises departing from the mainland going to voyage for 8 days or longer.
You can find the following ports on the route of the Southern Caribbean Cruise:
- St. Thomas, USVI
- St. Maarten; Dominica
- St. Lucia
- Aruba and Curacao
This post was submitted by David Cruise.