Taking A Caribbean Cruise Any Time Of The Year
By Brenda Trout
Picture this: As you enjoy lying on a sandy white beach and listening to the gentle waves roll up on the beach. You also begin to feel how warm the tropical sun and ocean are. You are served a delicious, fruity tropical drink and you are enjoying every minute of it. You are thinking why not this is my vacation. You spend most of the day on the beach, but the sun starts to get hot, you gather up all your beach equipment, and return to the cool Caribbean cruise ship. Where the rest of your day can be overwhelmed by the sights and sounds of the cruise ship. You can enjoy the delicious foods and great entertainment until you are ready to go to bed.
If this all sounds wonderful, the hardest part about your cruise vacation maybe planning it. There are so many place to go and many cruise lines that offer great packages today. With all the offerings from so many different cruise lines to the tropical Caribbeans, you can enjoy a cruise anytime you desire to go. There is no doubt an abundance of Caribbean cruises that you can choose from. The hard part of planning your Caribbean cruise vacation will be selecting which of the Caribbean tropical islands you would like to spends your vacation on. You will find that each Caribbean cruise you take will be quite different and wonderful from the one before.
Caribbean cruises are differently a great way to take a vacation, to relax, and to see other parts of the world. Being on a Caribbean cruise means that you can take it any time of the year. Sometimes its knowing when is the best time to go.
The winter months can be the most ideal time to take a Caribbean cruise. Especially between the months of January and May, check with your Caribbean cruise line. It is a great way to get away from the cold and snow. The summer months in the Caribbean can be hot and humid and make it a less attractive for some people to want to take a cruise at this time of year. Much of the second half of the year is considered hurricane season and a lot of people do not like the idea of going on a cruise at this time. However, others enjoy the chance of getting lower prices and enjoy the season at this time of year. If you decide to take your Caribbean cruise doing the spring break remember that you will more than likely be sharing your vacation with more kids, teens and college age students than you would like.
Deciding on where to go in the Caribbeans can be just as difficult as deciding when to go. The Caribbeans are divided into three different areas. Some of the beautiful ports of call you might visit while you are on a cruise on the eastern side of the Caribbeans are Barbados, the Bahamas, and Antiqua. St. Marrten, the US Virgin Islands, St. Lucia, and St. Kitts are also some of the most beautiful ports of call you could see on an eastern Caribbean cruise.
These cruises usually begin at Puerto Rico and ending there, giving everyone a chance to explore this lovely tropical island. Ports of call in the western Caribbean are Jamaica, Haiti, and Mexico. If you are looking for some great snorkeling you will find this in the southern Caribbean: the islands Curacao, Aruba, and the British Virgin Islands. This is just a small list of some of the great ports of call in the Caribbean Islands. Take the time to explore all that this area of the world has to offer, choose your date, your Caribbean cruise line and away you go. So relax and have a great wonderful Caribbean Cruise Vacation.
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