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Part One of “Caribbean Cruises – Paradise Awaits” covered the growing popularity of cruising and highlighted the Eastern Caribbean. Let’s move onto the two other areas of the Caribbean you might want to cruise to.
Western Caribbean A Diver’s Paradise
The Western Caribbean has a more tropical flavor than the Eastern Caribbean and is becoming increasingly popular with cruisers. Belize, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Cozumel and Costa Maya are among the most popular destinations in the West. Most ships that depart from Texas and Louisiana ports usually travel to this part of the Caribbean because it is so close and you will probably find the departure ports less crowded than ports like Miami.
Beautiful weather abounds year round but be aware that hurricanes can occur around the end of October to early November.
Snorkeling and scuba diving is world renowned and is perfect for those looking to spend their time engaging in water activities. Unique to the Western Caribbean are magnificent ancient Mayan temple ruins that are well worth taking the time to visit.
The Grand Cayman islands are easily the most popular destination in the Western Caribbean and are made up of three islands; Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Brac. As it is a British Territory there should not be any language concerns and because of their Westerly location the Caymans are normally hurricane free making them ideal to visit any time in the winter.
Southern Caribbean Unwind In Lush Tropical Beauty
Lastly, we have the Southern Caribbean which is considered to be one of the last unspoiled tropical regions in the world. Antigua, Barbados, Aruba, Costa Rica, Dominica and the British Virgin Islands are the major tourist destinations in the area and they are all equally beautiful.
The dead of winter is the best time to cruise the Southern Caribbean and since this part of the Caribbean is not as popular yet it is less crowded and less expensive. The Southern Caribbean attracts the traveler that wants to get away from it all for some well deserved peace and quiet.
As temperatures in the Southern Caribbean remain pretty constant and tropical storms and hurricanes are unusual this is a perfect cruise destination for anyone wanting to see unspoiled natural tropical beauty. The Southern Caribbean is a perfect place to relax and unwind in some of the most beautiful settings in the world and the beaches will not disappoint.
With so many choices it can be hard to decide on which part of the Caribbean to sail to but rest assured you can expect a vacation you will always remember. Whether you plan to dive, shop, or just bum around on some secluded beach enjoying the sun you will find the Caribbean is just what the doctor ordered.
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I am 17 and badly wanting to travel to Amsterdam when I make 18 NEXT year during the summer, how much?
I live in New Orleans, Louisiana. I dont just want to go for the weed and the fun legal drinking i really just perfer to go for some adventure. Some friends of mine wanted to go but ruined my plan. So now i travel ALONE! I want to know how much and I dealing with and what not. You know, the basics…
Nobody can tell you what prices will be like for next summer right now. But you can get an idea of the likely costs by checking prices now. For airfares, you can use sites like: http://www.kayak.com/ . I use this site for hotels in the Netherlands (as recently as last weekend): http://www.hotels.nl/ , but if you’re interested in cheaper hostels, you can try: http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/netherlands/amsterdam/
I’m about 75(maybe less, not sure) miles north of the Gulf of Mexico but Louisiana beaches SUCK so about 100 miles southeast to Mississippi for a decent beach.
About a mile.
I live in Florida. Ha ha.
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I’m in louisiana. It would probably be like, alabama, mississippi, florida, and back.
It’d be a car on top of hotel expenses and cheap food.
What it is a road trip. I just wanna go, nowhere in specific.
But I need to know about how much money.
I wouldn’t be doing much, just getting away.
So about how much?
Well, the best road trips are the ones that don’t have too many restrictions. Sounds like you’re off to a good start. I guess it would also depend on how long you’ll be gone, how much it’ll cost. I’d say roughtly $1200 a month.
A good place to start for more info with calculating gas, mileage, and money stuff is a site called TripAdvisor.com You just enter the states, and it’ll suggest places to stay, things to see, and there’s a mileage calculator there too.
One cheap way to stay is hostels along the way. If you are flexible with dates, hostels are cheap and a great way to meet people who are also traveling.
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