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Galveston , Texas | Roatan , Honduras | Belize City , Belize | Cozumel , Mexico | Galveston , Texas

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SUPER SIZED ADVENTURE

Sailing from the Lone Star State, Liberty of the Seas® is the ultimate adventure filled with adrenaline-amping thrills like The Perfect Storm℠, bold new flavors like Tuscan delights at Giovanni's Table, and showstopping entertainment, from parades to your favorite tunes in Broadway at Sea.

DAY 1 - Departure Day

Galveston, Texas

DEPARTS:
4:00 PM
LONE STAR

STUNNER

Grab a Texas-style breakfast in the historic Strand District. Then explore Galveston’s illustrious history on a scenic stroll past well-preserved Victorian mansions. Cruise from Galveston and dig a little deeper at one of the many local museums, where you’ll discover oil industry exhibits, a restored 1877 tall ship, and historic Texas artifacts.

Sunrise at low tide on Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas
Colorful houses by the Galveston's gulf coast
Sunny day at a beach in Galveston, Texas

Grab a Texas-style breakfast in the historic Strand District. Then explore Galveston’s illustrious history on a scenic stroll past well-preserved Victorian mansions. Cruise from Galveston and dig a little deeper at one of the many local museums, where you’ll discover oil industry exhibits, a restored 1877 tall ship, and historic Texas artifacts.

Sunrise at low tide on Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas
Colorful houses by the Galveston's gulf coast
Sunny day at a beach in Galveston, Texas
Things To Do

in Galveston

An aerial view of the a beach in Galveston, Texas

SALTWATER STALWARTS

Unwind along Galveston’s 32 miles of sun-drenched shoreline at one of the many county beach parks lining the Gulf of Mexico. Galveston Island State Park offers quiet seclusion and Stewart Beach is a great family-friendly option, while East Beach is a popular gathering space for livelier beach crowds.

The Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas

HEAD TO THE PIER

Say hello to the thrills and excitement of the massive amusement park at the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. Galveston cruises give the opportunity to experience all that the pier has to offer. Enjoy the rides before playing all of the classic carnival games — there's even a roller coaster on Pleasure Pier!

Architecture in Old Strand District in Galveston, Texas

BUILDING BLOCKS

Stroll past well-preserved Victorian-era buildings in the old Strand District during your Galveston cruise. Once called the “Wall Street of the South”, this charming commercial hub, along with the neighboring East End Historic District, is home to mansions-turned-museums, the Grand 1894 Opera House, plus loads of unique shops and cozy cafés.

Plate of shrimp and lime at gulf in Galveston, Texas

LOCAL CUISINE

Seafood is king on Galveston Island— Gulf shrimp, blue crabs, snapper and grouper come fresh off the boat. But the signature Tex-Mex cuisine equally impresses with sizzling fajitas and tequila-laced margaritas. Old Strand Emporium scoops out ice-cream parlor charm, while La King’s Confectionary is where local candy makers craft saltwater taffy in-house. Don’t miss a drive-through daiquiri stand for a frozen cocktail on-the-go.

Window display of storefront with a model ship and other antiques in Galveston, Texas

SHOPPING

The Strand Historical District is the town’s prime shopping spot, where 19th-century storefronts now house a quirky collection of locally owned gift shops and antique stores. Here you can pick up beachwear, whimsical gifts, model ships, used books, Southwestern turquoise jewelry, and Texas-inspired home décor.

DAY 2 - AT SEA

CRUISING

CAN'T MISS FAVORITES

Man Jumping Mid Air on Flowrider
Girl Climbing the Rock Wall while Parents Watch

Man Jumping Mid Air on Flowrider
Girl Climbing the Rock Wall while Parents Watch

Things to Do

Girl Surfing Flowrider at Daytime with a Smile
FlowRider®

NOW BOARDING FOR ADVENTURE

Grab your board and get ready for 30,000 gallons of rushing awesome headed your way. The surf’s always up on the 40-foot-long FlowRider® surf simulator.

Man Climbing Down the Rock Wall
Rock Climbing Wall

A BOLDER BOULDER

Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required.

DAY 3 - AT SEA

CRUISING

FOR FOODIES

Romaine lettuce tossed with radicchio, herb croutons and cheese. Cruise fine dining at Giovanni's Table Italian restaurant.
Woman Enjoying Guacamole and Margaritas

Romaine lettuce tossed with radicchio, herb croutons and cheese. Cruise fine dining at Giovanni's Table Italian restaurant.
Woman Enjoying Guacamole and Margaritas

Things to Do

Hot Lasagna
Giovanni's Table

AL DENTE INDULGENCE

A casual Italian trattoria, Giovanni's Table offers rustic dishes with a contemporary flair, including fresh pastas, braised meat dishes and stews.

Guacamole and Tortilla Chips at Sabor Mexican Restaurant
Sabor

A FIESTA IN EVERY BITE

At Sabor, the Mexican flavors dance on your tongue. So do the tequilas. You’ll love traditional dishes, like Carne Asada burritos. But when you try the chef’s tacos, ceviches and quesadillas, the fiesta really gets going.

DAY 4 - DOCKED

Roatan, Honduras

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM
DEPARTS:
5:00 PM

WANDERERS WELCOME

Roatán is a swath of volcanic coastline, dense rainforest, and sandy shores. You could snorkel for days through the second largest barrier reef in the world. Or wander endlessly over pine-forested hills and jungle trails. Its secluded beaches and lively West End villages offer the perfect mix of peace and pizazz.

Young boy swinging over water from palm tree on beach, Roatan, Honduras
Colorful fish swimming in a reef,  Roatan, Honduras
Colorful parrot on a tree branch at the Gumbalimba Park Nature Reserve, Roatan, Honduras

Roatán is a swath of volcanic coastline, dense rainforest, and sandy shores. You could snorkel for days through the second largest barrier reef in the world. Or wander endlessly over pine-forested hills and jungle trails. Its secluded beaches and lively West End villages offer the perfect mix of peace and pizazz.

Young boy swinging over water from palm tree on beach, Roatan, Honduras
Colorful fish swimming in a reef,  Roatan, Honduras
Colorful parrot on a tree branch at the Gumbalimba Park Nature Reserve, Roatan, Honduras
Things To Do

in Roatan

Capuchin Monkey on tree limb at the Gumbalimba Park Nature Reserve, Roatan, Honduras

MONKEY BUSINESS

At the Gumbalimba Park nature reserve you can hang with monkeys and parrots, snorkel alongside exotic fish and rays, chill in a beach hammock, and zipline through the rainforest canopy.

Pier with water taxis at the West End Village,  Roatan, Honduras

CULTURE TRIP

Wander the West End Village to get a real taste of Roatán life. At this bohemian island enclave, you’ll find lots of restaurants, bars, craft shops, and piers lined with water taxis waiting to ferry you to popular spots along the coast.

Man snorkeling with fish in a marine reserve, Roatan, Honduras

DIVE IN

Head to the Sandy Bay-West End Marine Reserve for some of the best diving in the world during your Roatan cruise. Encompassing 8 miles of coastline, the reserve is home to 38 unique dive sites, all within a 15-minute boat ride from the coast.

A bowl of conch soup

LOCAL CUISINE

If you like seafood, get ready to feast like royalty in Roatán. Try the conch soup or the tapado— a hearty seafood stew made with plantains and tropical root vegetables. Rum is the go-to spirit, but Honduran beers like Port Royal and Salva Vida are local favorites.

Purses on display at a souvenir shop in Roatan, Honduras

SHOPPING

To get your fix of duty-free designer boutiques and souvenir shops, check out The Town Center at Port of Roatán. For local handmade arts and crafts, including Lenca pottery and Garífuna folk art, stop by Yaba Ding Ding. And try to squeeze in a trip to the Shawn Jackson Gallery, a showcase for the marvelous underwater photos by the renowned West End photographer.

INSIDER TIP

The best way to travel between Roatán’s West End and West Bay Beach is by water taxi.

DAY 5 - TENDERED

Belize City, Belize

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM
DEPARTS:
5:00 PM
SMALL COUNTRY

BIG ADVENTURES

Tucked between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize packs in a ton of adventure in a tiny space— with diverse people, extraordinary wildlife and delicate ecosystems. Spend the day hiking jungle paths or mountain trails, go tubing through caves and rivers, or explore ancient cities of the Maya and the modern-day villages of their descendants.

Natural Crystal Caves with limestone stalactites in Belize
Caracol Mayan Ruins with Face Carving in Belize
Turtle swimming in Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize City

Tucked between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize packs in a ton of adventure in a tiny space— with diverse people, extraordinary wildlife and delicate ecosystems. Spend the day hiking jungle paths or mountain trails, go tubing through caves and rivers, or explore ancient cities of the Maya and the modern-day villages of their descendants.

Natural Crystal Caves with limestone stalactites in Belize
Caracol Mayan Ruins with Face Carving in Belize
Turtle swimming in Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize City
Things To Do

in Belize City

Scuba divers in Belize's Great Blue Hole

DIVE-DREAM COME TRUE

Snorkel or dive the Great Blue Hole. About 1000 feet wide and nearly 400 feet deep, this undersea sinkhole is visible from space. The revered dive site is part of the Belize Barrier Reef, a protected underwater wonderland that spans 185 miles of the coastline.

Engraving on Mayan Caracol ruins, Belize City

SKY-HIGH SIGHTS

Cruise to Belize and trek to the tallest building in the nation— an ancient temple built by the Maya. Standing 137-feet tall, the pyramid ruins of the Sky Palace, El Caana, preside over Caracol, one of the country’s 900 pre-Colombian archaeological sites.

Stingray swimming on the ocean floor in Shark Ray Alley, Hol Chan

MEET THE LOCALS

Set sail to Shark Ray Alley, a shallow part of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve, and snorkel alongside nurse sharks, southern stingrays, and colorful coral. The resident sea creatures are eager to meet you and will swim right up to the boat when you arrive.

A bowl of conch ceviche in Belize

LOCAL CUISINE

Local cuisine fuses a variety of influences in dishes like hearty meat stews, tacos and tostadas, and deep-fried meat-stuffed pastries called panades. Get your fresh seafood fix with ceviche and fritters made with conch. And be sure to spice things up with hot sauce— an essential condiment in Belize.

A table full of souvenirs in Belize

SHOPPING

Check out the Tourism Village on Fort Street, right at the harbor. You’ll find recommended and guaranteed stores with duty-free deals on luxury items. Most shops even accept US dollars, so you won’t have to exchange your money first.

INSIDER TIP

Cruise ships anchor outside of Belize City harbor and guests tender in.

DAY 6 - DOCKED

Cozumel, Mexico

ARRIVES:
7:00 AM
DEPARTS:
5:00 PM
MEXICAN HEART AND

CARIBBEAN SOUL

Cozumel blends Mexican culture with Caribbean vibes. You can explore its Maya roots in Tulum, or discover a secret world of sea life as you snorkel beneath the waves in Chankanaab. And there’s no better way to close out a day of adventure than with an ice cold michelada and a beachside massage at Playa Mia.

Clear Water of Punta Sur National Park, Cozumel, Mexico
Girl snorkeling with fins in Cozumel, Mexico
Panoramic view of the God of Wind Temple Ruins in Tulum close to Cozumel, Mexico

Cozumel blends Mexican culture with Caribbean vibes. You can explore its Maya roots in Tulum, or discover a secret world of sea life as you snorkel beneath the waves in Chankanaab. And there’s no better way to close out a day of adventure than with an ice cold michelada and a beachside massage at Playa Mia.

Clear Water of Punta Sur National Park, Cozumel, Mexico
Girl snorkeling with fins in Cozumel, Mexico
Panoramic view of the God of Wind Temple Ruins in Tulum close to Cozumel, Mexico
Things To Do

in Cozumel

San Gervasio, the largest ancient Maya site on Cozumel

Temple Trekking

Get up close and personal with Maya history at San Gervasio, the largest ancient Maya site on Cozumel, which dates back to as early as A.D. 300.

Swim with dolphins at Chankanaab National Park, Cozumel

Dive Into Adventure

At Chankanaab National Park, you’ll find everything from snorkeling and scuba to swimming with dolphins.

Aerial View of Punta Sur National Ecological Park, and its adjacent beach.

Natural Thrills

Reconnect with nature while wandering the endless mangroves, beaches and reefs in Punta Sur National Park during your Cozumel cruise.

Michelada, Mexican drink made with beer and freshly squeezed lime juice over ice in a salt-rimmed glass.

Local Cuisine

Cozumel’s cuisine is dominated by Mexican, American and international cuisine. Fresh seafood is always a good choice, and so is the cochinita pibil— a slow-roasted, highly seasoned pork dish. Cool off with a michelada, made with beer and freshly squeezed lime juice over ice in a salt-rimmed glass. Or keep it traditional with Mexico’s signature spirit, tequila.

 Local Shopping Luchador Wrestling Mask

Shopping

For great deals and guaranteed stores, walk along the waterfront on Avenue Rafael E. Melgar, a mile-long strip in San Miguel. And be sure to check out the Chile Tequila Factory for a sampling of Mexico’s favorite spirit.

INSIDER TIP

Remember to tip between 10% and 15%.

DAY 7 - AT SEA

CRUISING

SUN DRENCHED DAYS

Family Swimming and Enjoying the Pool
Guests Enjoying the Solarium

Family Swimming and Enjoying the Pool
Guests Enjoying the Solarium

Things to Do

Girls Diving and Swimming in the Covered Pool
Pools

SWIM IT TO WIN IT

Soak up the sun or savor the shade on expanded pool decks, with complimentary loungers, live music, and the opportunity to enjoy a frosty cocktail.

Guests Enjoying the Drinks and Pool at the Solarium
Solarium

SUN AND SERENITY

Slip away to this adults-only indoor and outdoor retreat. The Solarium is your slice of paradise, with soothing whirlpools, warm sunshine and a refreshing water mist.

DAY 8 - Arrival Day

Galveston, Texas

ARRIVES:
6:30 AM
SUPER SIZED

ADVENTURE

Afternoons in Galveston are typically filled with sun, seafood and southern charms. Paddle a kayak through the island’s wetlands. Peel open steamy Gulf shrimp in a waterfront dive. Explore Moody Garden’s interactive wildlife exhibits. Or top off your cruise adventure with a sky-high Ferris wheel ride at Pleasure Pier, overlooking the tranquil Gulf of Mexico.

Victorian houses in wealthy neighborhood in Galveston, Texas
Sunset view of Pleasure Pier amusement park in Galveston, Texas

Afternoons in Galveston are typically filled with sun, seafood and southern charms. Paddle a kayak through the island’s wetlands. Peel open steamy Gulf shrimp in a waterfront dive. Explore Moody Garden’s interactive wildlife exhibits. Or top off your cruise adventure with a sky-high Ferris wheel ride at Pleasure Pier, overlooking the tranquil Gulf of Mexico.

Victorian houses in wealthy neighborhood in Galveston, Texas
Sunset view of Pleasure Pier amusement park in Galveston, Texas
Things To Do

in Galveston

An aerial view of the a beach in Galveston, Texas

SALTWATER STALWARTS

Unwind along Galveston’s 32 miles of sun-drenched shoreline at one of the many county beach parks lining the Gulf of Mexico. Galveston Island State Park offers quiet seclusion and Stewart Beach is a great family-friendly option, while East Beach is a popular gathering space for livelier beach crowds.

The Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier in Galveston, Texas

HEAD TO THE PIER

Say hello to the thrills and excitement of the massive amusement park at the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. Galveston cruises give the opportunity to experience all that the pier has to offer. Enjoy the rides before playing all of the classic carnival games — there's even a roller coaster on Pleasure Pier!

Architecture in Old Strand District in Galveston, Texas

BUILDING BLOCKS

Stroll past well-preserved Victorian-era buildings in the old Strand District during your Galveston cruise. Once called the “Wall Street of the South”, this charming commercial hub, along with the neighboring East End Historic District, is home to mansions-turned-museums, the Grand 1894 Opera House, plus loads of unique shops and cozy cafés.

Plate of shrimp and lime at gulf in Galveston, Texas

LOCAL CUISINE

Seafood is king on Galveston Island— Gulf shrimp, blue crabs, snapper and grouper come fresh off the boat. But the signature Tex-Mex cuisine equally impresses with sizzling fajitas and tequila-laced margaritas. Old Strand Emporium scoops out ice-cream parlor charm, while La King’s Confectionary is where local candy makers craft saltwater taffy in-house. Don’t miss a drive-through daiquiri stand for a frozen cocktail on-the-go.

Window display of storefront with a model ship and other antiques in Galveston, Texas

SHOPPING

The Strand Historical District is the town’s prime shopping spot, where 19th-century storefronts now house a quirky collection of locally owned gift shops and antique stores. Here you can pick up beachwear, whimsical gifts, model ships, used books, Southwestern turquoise jewelry, and Texas-inspired home décor.

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