Showing you the Caribbean like no one else can


Royal Caribbean is the best way to explore paradise. Cruise to the Caribbean on their state-of-the-art ships and enjoy private islands, once-in-a-lifetime activities and mindblowing onboard innovations

With 21 ships exploring the region, including the largest cruise ship in the world, Symphony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean offers the ultimate way to explore the pure white sand, turquoise waters, dense rainforests and cascading waterfalls that make up this sunsoaked paradise.

Guests can snorkel past shoals of tropical fish and shipwrecks in Grand Caymen, sample Creole cuisine in St Maarten, plunge into hot springs in St Lucia or simply kick back on deck and relax with a cocktail in the glorious sunshine. The Caribbean is an area of unrivalled natural beauty and adventure, spanning more than 2.5 million square kilometres and consisting of 26 countries and more than 7,000 islands, cays and reefs. 

What’s more, Royal Caribbean guests also have the chance to explore and enjoy not one but two private resorts – the exceptional islands of CocoCay and Labadee. These entertainment-filled destinations are unlike anything else in the Caribbean. 

With a fleet of the world’s most innovative ships, packed with state-of-the-art features such as surf simulators, virtual-reality games, laser tag and bumper cars, there is as much to see on board as there is off it, meaning fun for all the family and extraordinary and unforgettable holiday experiences every time. 

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Unique and exciting adventures with Royal Caribbean 

There are more than 30 spectacular ports across this fascinating region

CocoCay Wave Jet Tour
CocoCay, Bahamas
With a full-speed guided tour around CocoCay coming 2019 and the Berry Islands, driving a Sea-Doo personal watercraft, guests can enjoy life in the fast lane on Royal Caribbean’s new island paradise. It is also home to a 6m-wide waterfall and Captain Jack’s interactive galleon, which little adventurers will love. 

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Inner tubing & Dunn’s River Falls
Falmouth, Jamaica
This tour gives guests the chance to take in Jamaica’s north coast on the way to the White River, where they will hop on an inner tube to ride down to the beach at Shaw Park. After a delectable Jamaican buffet lunch, there’s chance to scale the waterfalls at Dunn’s River Falls.

Deluxe cabana
CocoCay, Bahamas
At The Island Oasis Cabana Club, guests can soak up the sun and tranquility of Royal Caribbean’s chic tropical paradise from the comfort of their private ocean-view cabana. A deluxe lunch is included and there’s also chance to snorkel with the provided equipment. 

Mayan ruins,  Island tour & beach
Cozumel, Mexico
Combining culture and relaxation, a Royal Caribbean tour in Cozumel gives guests the chance to explore the archaeological ruins of native Mayan civilisation with an expert guide, before relaxing on thesun-kissed Mexican beach. The perfect way to holiday. 

Mayan Ruin - Chichen Itza Mexico

Arawak Aqua Park
Labadee, Haiti
Guests can climb the only icebergs in the Caribbean, along with giant floating trampolines, fantastic water slides, a rolling log and a host of other cool water toys on Labadee, one of Royal Caribbean’s incredible private holiday resorts. With a sprawling kids area, the stop is ideal for family fun.

A Dragon’s Breath Flight Line
Labadee, Haiti
Another Labadee highlight: here guests can enjoy breathtaking views from 150m above the beaches, zipping down a wire more than 800m long at speeds of up to 80kmh, before kicking back and relaxing in the Caribbean sun.

Where the extraordinary happens 

Unbeatable onboard experiences with one-of-a-kind entertainment and exhilarating activities

Surf, fly and slide
Guests can test their surfing skills in the middle of the ocean – without leaving the ship – on Royal Caribbean’s unique FlowRider surf machine. Next, they can experience RipCord by iFly, a state-of-the-art simulator, which means free-falling in safety while gazing over the ocean. Royal Caribbean also boasts the tallest slide at sea – the Ultimate Abyss – with an exhilarating 28m drop.  

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Food and cocktail heaven
There are 14 restaurants on Symphony of Seas – the largest cruise ship in the world – which serve more than 350 dishes, proving that Royal Caribbean is all about unrivalled choice. For something truly spectacular, guests can enjoy cocktails mixed by robots at the Bionic Bar. A tipple literally made with laser precision.

Bionic Bar, Quantum of the Seas

Bionic Bar, Quantum of the Seas

Suite life
Royal Caribbean offers accommodation to suit all needs – from solo cabins to the out-of-this-world Ultimate Family Suite. This two-story, two-bed family room features a slide from the kids’ bedroom to the living room, two huge TVs, a Lego wall and a balcony with a hot tub and a climbing wall. What’s more: suites come with their own Royal Genie.

Launch of Symphony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International's newest and largest ship. Royal Genie in the Ultimate Family Suite.

Royal Genie in the Ultimate Family Suite

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