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Cruises to the Southern Caribbean

Less visited than other areas in the region, the Southern Caribbean has expansive natural beauty and gorgeous scenery. Popular islands include the French West Indies (Martinique, Guadalupe and St. Bart's), lush St. Lucia, Dominica, and Grenada, and the sandy ABCs (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao). With Barbados and Puerto Rico as main embarkation ports, your cruise vacation begins before you even board the ship.
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Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao and more: Learn about cruising the southern end of the Caribbean.
Best Southern Caribbean Shore Excursions Best Southern Caribbean Shore Excursions
Rain forest hikes, sunset sails: For shore excursions, the Southern Caribbean has it all.
Best Beaches: Southern Caribbean Best Beaches: Southern Caribbean
Need to relax? In Southern Caribbean, life centers around "liming" at the beach. Find out where.

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Antiguans like to boast that they have 365 beaches -- one for each ...
"One Happy Island." This, the official motto of Aruba, is plastered ...
Banana Coast (Trujillo)
If you're the type of cruise passenger who is looking for that ...
Barbados -- or B'dos, as the locals abbreviate the name -- was a ...
Deep in the Southern Caribbean is a tiny green island, just seven ...
Shy pink flamingoes, gentle sad-eyed donkeys and elusive sea horses ...
The brightly hued island of Curacao, 42 miles east of Aruba, is part ...
A visit to Dominica (pronounced Do-min-EE-kah) promises to be unlike ...
To the uninitiated, the Southern Caribbean island of Grenada is ...
Take a look at a map, and you'll instantly see why Guadeloupe ...
Martinique is one of four islands in the Caribbean that's part of ...
Nevis is often lumped together with nearby St. Kitts and there are ...
St. Barts
The island of St. Barts, known for its chic French ambience and ...
St. Lucia
Your first look at St. Lucia's lush coast from the deck of a cruise ...
St. Vincent
With little cruise traffic and only one all-inclusive resort, St. ...
Overrated jakala15
We just returned from the inaugural sailing, on Anthem of the Seas, to the southern Caribbean. This ship is not appropriate for older passengers. Here's why: the many bells and whistles, such as bumper cars, roller stating, rock climbing, and ... Read more
After two prior cruises on the Getaway we expected this ship to be as good or better. There were a number of things that contribute to the low rating. To start the luggage took over six hours to be delivered to our room, the food at the buffet was ... Read more
I just got off a week long trip on the Disney Fantasy Cruise today (Saturday). This cruise line went to Mexico, Jamaica, Cayman Cay and Castaway Cay. I traveled with a group of 9 people and the youngest were 4 and 2, the rest were adults. I think ... Read more
Unimpressed Teresa Durham
This was our second time being on the Sunshine. Between then and now the service, cleanliness, and food have all gone way way down. The cabin we were in was 10125 and the carpet had so many stains it was disgusting. The smell coming from the ... Read more
This was my first RC cruise, 9th overall. Traveled with my BF. We are 43 and 44. Our last cruise was the NCL Breakaway, so we were primed for that new giant ship experience. We took a car service to the port and dropped off our luggage, got ... Read more
This was our fourth cruise with Princess (out of 10 total cruises). It was our first time on the Royal. Embarkation was a breeze. My wife has some walking disability and the staff rushed her to the front of lines and allowed both of us to ... Read more
Great Ship! beachgirlalways
We just returned and would not hesitate to sail this ship again. LOVED dynamic dining. The ability to eat in different venues when and where we want without having to sit with others was terrific. The food and service were excellent at all ... Read more
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