7 Night Cruise Departing From Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
|Labadee, Haiti (private RCCL beach)
A 260-acre private beach resort that features pristine beaches, coral reefs and lagoon-like bays surrounded by forested mountains. The inviting beach and exciting amenities provide a perfect place to relax and have fun.
It’s located some six miles from Cape Haitian, a city of 190,000 that’s played a prominent part in Spanish and French colonial history. Today, as in the 15th century, the geography — an undulating coastline creating a series of lagoon-like bays, all protected by a reef — sets the scene for the visit. A typical day in port may include snorkeling, filling up a plate or two at the all-you-can eat BBQ, zipping across the water on the 2,600-foot-long Dragon’s Breath Flight Line or snoozing soundly in a beach chair.
If you don’t know Falmouth, it’s time you discover one of Jamaica’s most unique destinations. Ride horseback through Caribbean waters along a white-sand beach in Ocho Rios and climb the invigorating Dunn’s River Falls. Explore the Green Grotto Caves or drift down the emerald waters of the Martha Brae River on a bamboo gondola. In Falmouth, all roads lead to adventure.
One of Jamaica’s leading natural attractions, Dunn’s River Falls are terraced, giant limestone stairs, measuring about 180 feet tall and 600 feet long and plunging into the sea. Climb the steps to the top, take a dip in one of the many pools or admire the falls at different vantage points from viewing platforms.
Cozumel features great diving, snorkeling and beaches, marine-life encounters, botanical gardens, trails and shopping in the town of San Miguel. The nearby mainland is home to Tulum, Mayan cliffside ruins overlooking the Caribbean.
Regarded as the “St. Thomas of the Western Caribbean,” Cozumel has become one of the world’s best duty-free shopping ports.