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A Day In Antigua

At only 108 square miles in size, many passengers on cruise ships wonder what there actually is to do in Antigua. While it’s a rather small country, there are still plenty of places to go and because it’s so small, most of them are in walking distance. This …

Falmouth Cruise Port

Eighteen miles east of Montego Bay, the Historic Falmouth Cruise port was the first ever thematic port destination in the Caribbean.  Construction began in 2009 thanks to a joint effort between Royal Caribbean cruise line and the Port Authority of Jamaica. Their collective goal was to awaken the …

A Day in Costa Maya

Many cruise ships stop at Costa Maya. It’s fairly small, but it’s still a rather inviting place with friendly locals. If you are visiting here for just one day, there’s plenty to do to fill your time. These are some of the top things to do even if …

What To Save And Splurge On In Bermuda

Save Bermuda often gets the not so coveted title of being the most expensive country in the world. This is surprising to many travelers as they don’t realize how much a vacation to this little island will cost until they get there. They often are prepared for how …

Shopping On Grand Bahama Island

Shopping On Grand Bahama Island Many people visit Grand Bahama Island just to shop. Who can blame them though with all of the unique retailers that cater towards tourists. Since 1992, the government removed import duty on many goods which allows tourists to get a really good deal. …

Things to Do in Oahu Hawaii

There really isn’t a bad time to visit Hawaii. The islands generally have a tropical climate all year long. If you are ready to have some fun, you should visit Oahu, Hawaii. There are a variety of activities for the whole family to participate in. Arizona Memorial and …

A Day in Tortola

Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands and the most populated with around 24,000 residents.  Local lore tells us that Columbus named the island “Tortola,” meaning “turtle dove,” in Spanish.  In fact, he named it Santa Ana and when the Dutch took the island, they named …

A Day in Bonaire

A Day in Bonaire One of the interesting things about Bonaire is that it actually sits below the sea’s surface. Because of this, it’s a great place to do some underwater exploring. This small island is a treasure trove of things to do for tourists, even if they …