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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 …

Visiting the Mayan Ruins of Mexico

Visiting the Mayan ruins is an absolute must for anyone interested in the ancient Maya civilization.  Dating back to approximately 2000 B.C. until around the 17th century A.D., the Maya ruled areas spanning over present day Mexico and Central America.  The Mayan people were known for their impressive …

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 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 …

Oahu Bucket List

Oahu is the third largest Hawaiian island. The majority of the locals live here, which means there are plenty of things to do. The next time you are in Oahu, make sure you check out the following places. Visit Makapu’u Tidepools This is by far one of the …

Experience Jamaica Like A Local

Experience Jamaica Like a Local Yes Jamaica is known for reggae music, jerk seasoning and delicious rum among other things, but we’ll give you some tips to experience Jamaica like a local.  Jamaica looks a lot different through a local’s eyes versus being a tourist. You can really …

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 …