P&O Cruises to the Caribbean, part 1.

Caribbean cruises are the best!

I completely recommend you do one, look for a deal and treat yourself, or book a balcony or suite and luxuriate. You won’t regret it.

Let me show you some of the out of this world islands you will visit!

Aruba

One Happy Island.

Located in the Southern Caribbean, part of the ABC islands, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Aruba is fabulous. Whether you grab a bus or taxi and head to a beach, or you take a tour with the ship, you’ll have a fantastic day. Don’t forget your camera for stunning photographs with white sand and blue waters.

Bonaire

The B of the ABC islands, another special municipality of the Netherlands. I have never seen snorkelling so good as the snorkelling in Bonaire. If you look closely in the photo above you will notice people snorkelling very close to the ship. Take a boat trip, or chill near the ship.

Curaçao

And now the β€˜C’ , CuraΓ§ao. Take a catamaran trip to the beach or a stroll around beautiful Willemstad, make sure you include a walk over the Queen Emma Bridge! Sometimes there are later evening departures from port, which allow for lovely photographs of a lit up ship!

Martinque

Martinique is an overseas region of France. It is so different to other islands. Built up, city like, just like you’re in a French city. Yet still beautiful. Go for a stroll along the promenade, or a walk along the City streets, don’t forgot your euros for any holiday treats!

St Kitts and Nevis

St Kitts is stunning. One of the main tourist attractions is without a doubt the St Kitts Scenic Railway. It’s expensive, it’s an experience and the scenery is beautiful. It makes for a lovely break from the beach or sunbathing!

To be continued….

Coming soon ….

Jost Van Dyke, Grenada, Tobago, St Lucia, Bequia, St Vincent, Dominica, St Maarten, St Barts, Antigua, Barbados, Tortola and Margarita Island.

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