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Discover paradise in the Caribbean. Hop aboard our Caribbean cruises to find white sand beaches, sparkling seas and tropical sunshine. Each island has its own unique culture waiting to be explored.
Our stunning destinations.
It’s said this island gem has 365 beaches - one for every day of the year! Take a stroll around Nelson’s Dockyard or admire the super-yachts in English Harbour.
Constant trade winds and balmy weather make this a premier wind- and kite-surfing destination. Take a spin on a banana boat, discover pristine Eagle Beach or snorkel at Mangel Halto reef.
A Caribbean ‘Little England’ - except this one comes with emerald seas and warm breezes! Visit the Jacobean plantation house, St. Nicholas Abbey, or snorkel through the shipwrecks at Carlisle Bay.
It’s hardly surprising that flamingos flock here and license plates carry the moniker ‘Divers Paradise’. Get out on the water yourself and try kayaking, scuba-diving or snorkelling at Lac Bay.
Besides being one of the most scenic islands in the Caribbean, Tortola offers a decidedly cultural and historical side. The Virgin Islands Folk Museum is a great example.
You’ll remember the genteel Dutch feel and waterfront buildings of Willemstad long after you’ve left. Browse the port’s floating market and meet the Swinging Old Lady – a bridge that opens for ships.
Access the interior of Dominica via an extensive network of nature and hiking trails, which will take you on an odyssey through the lush landscape past waterfalls and bubbling hot springs.
A beautiful horseshoe-shaped harbour welcomes you to the fragrant ‘Isle of Spice’. Tour nutmeg plantations, sample diverse cuisine, or simply laze on the white sands of Grand Anse Beach.
The local flavours and rolling hills of Fort de France simply ooze charm. There’s so much history here in the narrow streets, wrought-iron balconies and shuttered doors.
The Caribbean’s first French town, Basseterre has a rich colonial past. Take a scenic train trip, snorkel with the pelicans or simply chill to the sound of reggae with a coconut cocktail.
This lively port is a bargain hunter’s delight. Journey beyond to Soufrière and view volcanic plugs known as the Pitons, then bathe in hot mineral springs at Diamond Falls Botanic Gardens.
This is an island with a split personality. Start your day lazing on Orient Beach, then cross the island to the French capital, Marigot, with its chic shops and sidewalk cafés.
The capital of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Kingstown lies on the Southwestern coast. The famous Botanical Garden is the oldest one in the Western hemisphere, incorporating 20 acres of gardens.
The past still echoes on in this lush West Indies jewel, the haunt of Blackbeard the pirate and Drake. Take advantage of the unrivalled duty-free shopping and sun-soaked beaches.
Escape to paradise and the charms of ‘Big Island’, ringed by beaches of all shapes and sizes. Attractions like the bioluminescent cove at Salt River Bay make it hard to leave!
King’s Wharf has a London feel, but with carefree Bahamas weather and soft pink beaches! You’ll find priceless Chinese porcelain salvaged from shipwrecks on display at the National Museum.
Grand Cayman’s largest island is the perfect spot to soak up the sun and unwind. At Stingray City, you can snorkel, scuba dive, or handfeed friendly stingrays.
Sea, sun, sand… it wouldn’t be a stretch to call Punta Cana, located on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic, a tropical paradise. The sunsets here are like nowhere else.
Haiti is a mountainous island, blanketed in exotic and tropical foliage. Beautiful and secluded Labadee serves as a picturesque playground for water-lovers, whether you want to relax or try something new.
Hulking Spanish forts with dungeons ripe for exploration guard the beautifully preserved Old City. Lose yourself in its warren of cobbled streets, full with cafés and shady squares.
In the 18th century, Jamaican sugar fuelled the rum trade. Falmouth was one of the world's busiest ports. Today, it’s a serene haven; palm trees dance in the light breeze.
Many visitors to Ocho Rios enjoy a hike up Dunn's River Falls, where you'll travel up limestone steps hidden beneath the rushing water. Stop along the way for a dip!
With famous beaches, fantastic shopping and underwater adventures in the clearest water in the world, it's not surprising that Grand Bahama Island is the second most popular destination in the Bahamas.
Long after you return home, you'll continue to hear the sweet reverberations of Bahamian steel drums, their carefree melodies transporting you back to Nassau, where you're perpetually on holiday.
From our brand new ship Celebrity Apex℠ sailing the Caribbean for the first time from November 2020, plus many of our fleet having been transformed as part of the Celebrity Revolution there's no better time to discover the Caribbean with Celebrity Cruises than in 2020.
Plus, now we're offering diverse and exciting new itineraries from Tampa onboard Celebrity Constellation.
Discover the heart of the Caribbean.
The range of islands in the Caribbean all have distinct personalities. From the sophistication of the Grand Cayman Islands to the paradisiacal enclave of St. Kitts, your Caribbean cruise will take you on a journey filled with vibrant sights, sounds, tastes and colours.
Whether you to choose to hop off in bustling Bridgetown, Barbados or sun-kissed King’s Wharf in Bermuda, you’ll find endless beaches, a range of activities and exotic wildlife wherever you turn. For those looking for a little adrenaline, the Bahamas is the perfect spot for thrilling water sports.
Foodies will find their home-away-from-home in Jamaica, where you can sample exotic flavours and dishes with every meal. If laid-back luxury is for you, then a Barbados cruise provides the chance to kick-back and enjoy picture-perfect coastal views.
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Answering your questions about the Caribbean.
Wondering what to pack for your Caribbean cruise? Or perhaps what the local cuisine is like? Don’t worry – we’ve got all of the answers to your need-to-know questions.
Life is good in the Caribbean, where sunshine is pretty much guaranteed, and relaxing is a way of life. There are also countless islands to explore – on a cruise with us, we’ll bring you to a new port every day, showcasing the very best that the Caribbean has to offer. Our guests also love Caribbean cruises because of their diversity – one day you could be admiring colourful colonial architecture and immersing yourself in fascinating history, then the next, lazing on a white sand beach among the swaying palms. Add in delectable local cuisine, and the Caribbean is the postcard perfect holiday destination you’ve been dreaming of.
On a Caribbean cruise, you’ll get to experience the distinct culture and flavour of each island without having to worry about the planning or logistics. What’s more, when you’re not soaking up the sun or exploring, you’ll have the comfort of your ship to return to. There’s so much to do in the Caribbean – from finding your zen with yoga retreats to family friendly activities.
Make the most of the Caribbean’s rich marine life by snorkelling along the coasts of Aruba or the Cayman Islands. Culture vultures will love Nelson’s Dockyard – a marina dating back to the 1700s on Antigua and Barbuda. Don’t miss the colourful colonial buildings in Kingston and Georgetown. Mouth-watering cuisine awaits in Barbados, while in the Bahamas you can head out on the water to explore an archipelago of over 700 islands.
Keep yourself cool in the Caribbean heat with plenty of shorts and T-shirts. It’s a good idea to bring some tops with sleeves to protect your shoulders during the hottest part of the day, as well as sunglasses and a sunhat. Don’t forget your swimming gear for those beach days. It can get cooler in the evening, so it’s a good idea to bring some long-sleeved layers and lightweight trousers. Find out more information about packing for the Caribbean below:
• What should I pack for my Celebrity cruise?
• Is there a formal night on Celebrity cruises?
• What to pack for a cruise in the Caribbean
The Caribbean straddles two time-zones – Eastern Standard Time and Atlantic Standard Time. These are GMT-5 and GMT-4 respectively. Cuba, the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, the Bahamas and Haiti observe Eastern Standard Time while the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the British Virgin Islands observe Atlantic Standard Time.
Although dishes vary from island to island, traditional Caribbean food is typically hearty, spicy and fruity. Barbados is known for its fusion food, combining British, Creole, Indian and African influences to create mouth-watering dishes such as flying fish and cou cou (the national dish) and pudding and souse. Meanwhile, Puerto Rican dishes often start with sofrito, a rich and fragrant blend of tomatoes, peppers and herbs. Jamaica is where you can try crowd-pleasing favourites like jerk chicken and fried plantain. The Caribbean is also famous for its rum.
The Caribbean islands are generally considered safe places to visit. However, as when visiting any destination, guests are encouraged to take care over their belongings and personal safety when out and about. The islands with the lowest crime rates in the Caribbean include Anguilla, the Cayman Islands and Turks and Caicos. For more information, read our safety guidelines.
A variety of languages are spoken in the Caribbean, including many creole languages. You’ll find English is also spoken on most islands. Here are the official languages of our Caribbean ports of call:
The Caribbean climate mostly enjoys sunshine all year-round, with the months between December and April being the sunniest and driest. The rainy season typically happens between May and December. Find out more about how to choose a Caribbean cruise.
Technically, the Bahamas (along with Turks and Caicos) are not part of the Caribbean. However, these islands are often grouped together with Caribbean countries due to their geographical location, cultural similarities and political associations.
Our Western Caribbean cruises introduce you to some of the greenest and lushest landscapes in the region, from mysterious rainforests to secluded lagoons. Soak up the sun, admire ancient ruins and enjoy thrilling outdoor adventures. Find out more about the differences between Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises. Our Western itineraries typically cover:
• Costa Maya
• George Town
On Eastern European cruises, you’ll discover lively beach towns studded with remarkable colonial architecture, as well as postcard-perfect beaches. Find out more about the key differences between Western and Eastern Caribbean cruises. Our Eastern cruises will take you sailing to the following destinations:
• Puerto Rico
• US Virgin Islands
• St Maarten
• St Kitts
• Dominican Republic
If you’re a UK guest travelling on a Caribbean cruise, it’s necessary to pack the following documents:
• Xpress pass for check-in
The best of the Caribbean, handpicked by us.
Often, the beauty of the Caribbean defies words. Perhaps these photographic highlights of some of the region’s most wanderlust-inducing spots can help fill in the gaps.
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