Ease into island time on a Southern Caribbean cruise: Surrounded by warm, green-blue waters and sugar-soft sand. Grab a lounger at Simpson Bay in Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and watch the yachts pass by. When you're feeling ready to turn up the thrill, lace up your sneakers and scale Mount Liamuiga in St. Kitts and Nevis — at the summit, soak in the view of the dense jungle and volcanic black rocks on the shoreline below. Cruise to the Southern Caribbean to see sugar plantations in Antigua before hopping on a sailboat at Nelson's Dockyard. Or explore the rainforest in style in St. Lucia on an open-air gondola ride.
Want to pack maximum adventure into your time in the Southern Caribbean? A shorter, 7-day cruise lets you get the best of the region's exotic rainforests, historic towns and picturesque beaches.
On a long cruise, you can really soak in all the Southern Caribbean has to offer. Sit back, relax and absorb the sunshine as your ship makes its way the warm Atlantic waters. Find plenty of time on slow-paced beaches, and relish that cool breeze as you listen to the waves crashing onto the sand.
Set sail for a sun-soaked, wind-swept, salty and sandy adventure on a Southern Caribbean cruise
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Southern Caribbean cuisine reflects the region's diverse cultural influences, from hearty Latin American dishes based on plantains and rice to east Indian curries and island-inspired takes on British favorites. Look for locally owned spots serving humble, authentic dishes — this is where you'll find the region's most distinctive flavors.
Explore an underground world of beauty at Harrison's Cave in Barbados. Visit natural hot springs in St. Lucia and give yourself a spa day in nature. If you're seeking something more active, head to Loterie Farm in St. Maarten for a day of hiking and zip-lining.