A Royal Holidays Cruises vacation in the Eastern Caribbean cruises takes members to some of the most famous– and most relaxing– destinations imaginable. With itineraries stopping in ports of call in several different countries, a cruise with Royal Holidays Cruises with help vacationers experience the best in island cuisine, culture and adventure. With numerous ports to list, here are just some of the highlights:
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
With one of the most developed ports in the West Indies, St. Thomas boasts a full range of markets and entertainment for any visitor. From bustling harbor front shops to white sandy beaches, this island provides the quintessential Virgin Islands experience. Royal Holidays Cruises members can sail the gorgeous turquoise waters, take in the eccentric atmosphere of local bars and eateries, or scuba dive among exotic sea horses, rays, and stunning tropical fish.
Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos
Once an island outpost, tiny Grand Turk is the perfect idyllic island getaway. With lush vegetation crisscrossed by footpaths under lazily spinning windmills, the island is as enchanting for its unique historical charm as it is for its crystal blue waters, and gorgeous coral reefs.
Nassau, The Bahamas
As the capital city of one of the world’s most famous island vacation spots, Nassau offers the best of The Bahamas. With countless opportunities for fun dancing and fine dining, the city pulses with the sounds of island music and festivities. Resort nightlife gives members a chance to take in a casino or feisty bar, while families can experience swimming and water sports in perfect turquoise seas that stretch from horizon to horizon.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Lively San Juan is a city steeped in history and culture. The cosmopolitan city features stunning colonial architecture alongside modern buildings housing it many museums, elegant shops, and entertainment venues– anything a Royal Holidays Cruises member could ask for.
Key West, Florida
Usually sunny and always fun, Key West has long attracted tourists seeking out it excellent deep-sea fishing, historic architecture, and sometimes kitschy charm. With plenty of museums and shopping by day, the town explodes with activity at sundown, with street performances and old fashioned saloons.