Last Updated on August 14, 2022

In this post, I’ll be sharing my picks for the 7 most beautiful Caribbean islands to visit on a cruise, including both the eastern and western islands of the Caribbean.  From the great entertainment to the amazing food and drinks, these cruises make for memorable Caribbean vacations!

 

Going on a cruise is definitely quite the experience.  To start, I’ve always traveled on Royal Caribbean and love their deals.

 

Not to mention, they have great itineraries along with all the islands. And for those travelers who get restless from being in one area for too long, or for those who just want to soak up some sun and relax, cruises are a perfect getaway.

 

It’s nice that cruises are beginning to get back up and running again, and people are booking trips!  They are great for people of all ages and there is so much to see and do on these vacations. 

 

Additionally, one of my favorite parts of a cruise is checking out the different beaches along the way.

 

Here are my picks for the 7 Most Beautiful Caribbean Islands To Visit On A Cruise!

 

 

 

 

Enjoying the beach in Costa Maya, Mexico!

Checking out the beaches of Costa Maya.  The scenery is incredible!

 

Thanks for reading my post on the 7 Most Beautiful Caribbean Islands To Visit!  Are there any places you felt should’ve been on the list?

 

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    At the carnival cruise port of roatan you can find surprisingly floating rocks on the other side of the pier along the beach they’re really pumice but they look like rocks and some of the people in the village they’re carve them I have one carved into a turtle and it floats in my pool at home when I want to float it it’s really cool you can try to push it under water and it’ll come back up so try to find your floating rocks hehehe

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  2. Carolyn Harris

    I totally agree with Henry Morgan Beach in Roatan. Hopefully, we will be returning there on 2023. We took a taxi and our driver was persistent we go to this beach rather than the one recommended by the Cruise line,he said we go walk to the other one, which we did and it the beachfront was so small and over crowded. We had great food, large beach, fabulous pool and wonderful service at Henry Morgan. Need to also mention a wonderful taxi driver, Junior…who was very prompt picking us up for our reto the ship. Beautiful scenery from Port to beach. Love Roatan

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  3. Paige J. Watts

    I haven’t yet been to Roatan, but if it’s as good as all the other ports then I’ll have to look for a cruise to Honduras the next time I go!

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