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  • Caribbean Cruises (Western)
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The western Caribbean contains some of the most popular ports of call in the Caribbean. You can experience exciting canopy tours in Montego Bay, interact with stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman, and explore the jungles of coastal Mexico.






Caribbean Cruises (Western) ports
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Catalina Island or Isla Catalina is a tropical island located 1.5 miles from the mainland on the south-east corner of the Dominican Republic, near La Altagracia and La Romana. It is an occasional destination for cruise ships on Caribbean...
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(Falmouth) Jamaica
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Falmouth is located in between two popular tourist destinations in Jamaica, Montego Bay and Ochos Rios. Falmouth was founded in 1769 and its waterfront district is a National Heritage Site that contains many Georgian-era buildings dating...
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(Montego Bay) Jamaica
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The term Jamaica invokes iconic images in a traveler’s mind. Be it visions of perfect Caribbean beaches or the archetypical visuals of smoke wafting from Bob Marley's lips, this tiny island makes a considerable impression around the gl...
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(Ocho Rios) Jamaica
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Jamaica's title originates from a classic Arawak expression, Xaymaca, meaning "land of wood and water." Searching round the island, it's easy to determine why the Arawaks emerged with this description. The luxurious greenery Jamaica's in...
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Set on one of the Caribbean's most beautiful bays, Port Antonio is surrounded by the Blue Mountains. The town dates back to the 16th century, and is surrounded by sea rich in game fish. Sights include Mitchell's Folly, a two-story mansio...
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Dominican Republic is situated around the eastern side of Hispaniola, an island shared with Haiti. The Dominican Republic as it is termed, spans over two-thirds in the island. Samana, a port round the Dominican Republic's east peninsula ...
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Belize City
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  Belize City is a very popular port on Western Caribbean cruise ship itineraries. Belize City is home to over a quarter of the country's population, and is the country's commercial capital. Belize City used to be the country's capital...
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George Town may be the capital of Grand Cayman, the greatest from the three Caymans. Grand Cayman is situated 480 miles south of the Miami and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica. The Islands are hailed for its crystal clear cerulean beaches,...
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Havana (Cuba)
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Cuba's capital truly should have been among the best metropolitan areas within the Americas in the day. In comparison with lots of Caribbean stops, whose historic structures are restricted to a number of places of worship and moldy museu...
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La Romana ranks as the Dominican Republic's youngest, smallest and most wealthy province. Located 114km (71 miles) E of Santo Domingo, 37km (23 miles) E of San Pedro de Macoris   On the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, La Rom...
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Labadee (Haiti)
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Labadee (also Labadie) is a port located on the northern coast of Haiti. It is a private resort leased to the private company Royal Caribbean International until 2050. Royal Caribbean International has contributed the largest proportion ...
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Roatan (Honduras)
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This is the place where you will have fresh seafood for lunch daily, traffic lights don't matter or exist, and you may hail taxis around the water. Roatan is the biggest from the Bay Islands, 30 miles north of Honduras. Approximately 40 ...
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Santiago de Cuba
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With 1.2 million inhabitants, Santiago de Cuba is the country's second biggest city, located at the far eastern tip of the island. The largest, Havana, could be described as refined (and defined) in a Colonial-style way, with big bouleva...
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