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There’s no better place to relax than in the Caribbean islands. With a 10-day cruise to the Caribbean, you’ll have more time to sink into island time. More beach time. More snorkel time. More listening to music time. More local dining time.
On our 10-day Caribbean cruises, you’ll visit gorgeous islands like Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao while you immerse yourself in luxury while on board. Embark on one of our award-winning cruise ships and experience elevated dining options, luxurious spa services, modern staterooms, and exciting entertainment options. Unwind on a long, leisurely vacation through the tropical islands of the Caribbean with Celebrity Cruises.
Your starting point for a 10-day Caribbean cruise is Port Everglades, one of the largest cruise ports in the world. Arrive a few days early or stay a little later and enjoy world-class dining and shopping on Las Olas Boulevard. Take an exhilarating airboat ride through the one-of-a-kind Everglades and see alligators, herons, and soaring eagles. Bring the family to the Museum of Science and Discovery, and lounge on Fort Lauderdale’s expansive white-sand beaches.
One of the most diverse and vibrant cities in the world is home to Port Miami, where you’ll begin your 10-day Caribbean cruise. Allow a few days before or after to explore all that the Magic City has to offer. Relax on the sands of South Beach, lined with iconic, pastel-colored Art Deco buildings and hotels. Visit Calle Ocho for authentic Cuban cuisine, streetside domino games, and a bit of salsa dancing. Marvel at the impressive street art in Wynwood. Stroll around Vizcaya Museum and Gardens on Biscayne Bay, built in the early 20th century with an ornate villa, formal gardens, and a spectacular swimming pool grotto.
Your 10-day Caribbean cruise departs from Port Tampa Bay on the Gulf Coast. Visit historic Ybor City, where you can enjoy Cuban sandwiches, microbrewed beer, and cigars. Art lovers can head to the nearby Dali museum in St. Pete, where the largest collection of the surrealist’s works outside of Europe resides. Tampa has several magnificent stadiums where sports fans can take in a baseball, hockey, or football game.
From white-sand beaches and azure waters to spectacular diving and exotic animal encounters, the islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao boast something for every sun-lover. Unwind on Aruba’s Eagle Beach, with its soft white sand, crystal clear water, and the supremely photogenic divi tree. Explore the diver’s paradise of Bonaire, which features 85 incredible sites. Experience Curaçao, a tropical version of Amsterdam, with colorful buildings and the floating Queen Emma Bridge which offers a fantastic view of the historic harbor.
One of the Caribbean’s brightest gems, the dual-island country of St. Kitts and Nevis has it all. Here, you’ll find an impressive history, exotic rainforests, soft sand beaches, and a dormant volcano. Explore Nevis, the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, on a day trip across The Narrows. Skirt the coast of St. Kitts in a catamaran, then cool off with a snorkel adventure in the ocean. Hike through the rainforest to the volcano, then hike up for sensational views of the rocky coastline.
Antigua’s charms include picturesque colonial buildings, coffee plantations, stunning beaches, and three volcanoes. Immerse yourself in island life and culture with a tour of local estates, artists’ homes, and farms. Indulge in a thrilling catamaran sail across the ocean, complete with a wonderful sit-down lobster lunch and access to an open bar. Enjoy a horseback ride down a beautiful beach. Step back in time on a historic walking tour of the island.
Though Barbados is known for its picture-perfect beaches and turquoise waters, it also has a wild side—a rocky coastline with crashing waves, the oldest rum distillery in the world (built in 1703), and gorgeous gardens everywhere. British influences are abundant. Kids love seeing the protected green monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Preserve. Bridgetown, the capital, is historic and colorful with a laid-back vibe and plenty of shops and boutiques to find mementos.
On the island of St. Croix, there are numerous beaches where you can relax. For the more adventurous, head to Coakley Bay Beach or Cane Bay Beach for snorkeling and diving. The food scene on St. Croix is a scrumptious mix of Cajun and Caribbean cuisines and never disappoints. Make time to tour a rum distillery, or head to Sandy Point Wildlife Refuge or Buck Island Reef National Park. Nature lovers will be in their element here.
Just 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, this Caribbean island has a wealth of natural wonders and unrivaled splendor. Its volcanic origins have resulted in incredibly lush vegetation and awe-inspiring scenery. Whether you want to lounge on a powdery sand beach, hike to the top of a volcano, or zip line through the jungle, St. Lucia has you covered. The cuisine here is divine, with a blend of Creole and Caribbean. Soufriere, in the south, offers plantation tours, hidden beaches, and spectacular views of the iconic Pitons.