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A Day in Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Even though Costa Rica is small, it’s very ecologically diverse. It only consists of fewer than .03 of the total surface of the earth, but yet, around 5% of the planet’s total animal and plant species are located here. For cruise passengers whose ship is docking here, they …

Things to Do in Mahogany Bay

Carnival Cruise Lines port, Mahogany Bay, has a lot to offer it’s passengers. In fact, passengers may find it near impossible to narrow down what they want to do. Here are some of the most popular activities that cruise passengers enjoy while in Mahogany Bay. Kayak You won’t …

Things to do in Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

The Puerto Quetzal cruise port is very welcoming to travelers. There isn’t a lot to do in the port, but passengers can easily visit other areas in order to fill their time while they are in Guatemala. If your cruise ship will be docking in Puerto Quetzal for …

A Day in Colon, Panama

The vibrant town of Colon is a common port to stop at for those going on a Caribbean cruise. Many cruise ships only stop here for a few hours which doesn’t give travelers a lot of time to explore. Here are some of the things that you should …

A Day in Amber Cove Dominican Republic

Amber Cove has only been opened since October 2015. While it is a fairly new cruise port, it’s become pretty popular among travelers as it allows them to easily access some of the Dominican Republic. If your cruise ship will be spending just a day in Amber Cove, …

A Day In Freeport Bahamas

Spending A Day In Freeport Bahamas Many cruise ships don’t stop in Freeport for longer than a day. That’s okay because you can easily get around the area and see much of what you want to in a limited amount of time. Here are some of the things …