These islands offer one of the best cruising experiences with silky white-sand beaches, watersports & adventures, high-end shopping and fascinating cultures. Royal Caribbean, Norwegian cruise line and Holland America each have sensational private islands or resort-style destinations here. helps you choose the perfect Caribbean cruise vacation and shore adventures. Whether you are looking for the perfect romantic getaway or an exciting adventure for the whole family, a Caribbean Cruise is ideal for everyone.

Exciting things to do in the Caribbean

  • Visit Dunns River Falls in Jamaica: Take a tour to climb the world-famous Dunns River Falls, in a group led by a guide. As one of Jamaica’s top tourist attractions, this incredible natural wonder is definitely well worth a visit.
  • Drink coffee in the Blue Mountains: The Blue Mountains of Jamaica are known for producing some of the finest coffee in the world. Make time to visit one of the coffee estates to learn about growing coffee or head to Mavis Bank Coffee Factory, which is the largest coffee factory in Jamaica.
  • Swim with the stingrays, during a guided tour, in the shallow coves of Grand Cayman islands. Here, you’re surrounded by about 50 of these fascinating and friendly creatures in shallow crystal clear water, so it great for beginners. Visitors are provided with treats for the rays, and snorkel gear is included in the price of admission. At Barrier Reef snorkel among tropical fish and colorful coral gardens.
  • Drive to Punta Sur Eco park in Cozumel, Mexico through its’ tropical jungle and end up on a pristine beach where you can snorkel and explore the marine life, during a ‘Cozumel by jeep & Snorkel’ tour.
  • Go Rainforest River tubing on Harvest Caye and enjoy the beauty of the subtropical rainforest all around as you glide along. Or you could take a Monkey river tour on a riverboat to spot Toucans, Herons & river monkeys in the trees and even crocodiles sunning themselves along the river banks.

Best time to visit the Caribbean islands

Winter is considered the high season for tourists in the Caribbean, largely because travelers wish to escape the cold winter weather of the north. Tourism booms from mid-December through mid-April. The winter weather in the Caribbean features little rainfall and has average lows in the low 70s and average highs in the mid-80s.