Western Caribbean Cruise Ports & Shore Excursions
The Western Caribbean is the largest of the Caribbean regions and consists of many areas of interest such as Cozumel, Costa Maya, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands. Also included are Roatan, Belize, Progreso, and many other ports.
The weather in this area is considered mostly tropical, with specific rainy seasons and humid summers. These islands also offer abundant resources, beautiful beaches, starry nights, and gorgeous flora and fauna. Wildlife can often be spotted and may well be specific to that particular island.
Resorts abound on these islands and are made for every budget. From gorgeous 5-star resorts located on every island to beach clubs, there are many day pass options to choose from including Mr. Sanchos Beach All Inclusive Day Pass Cozumel, Costa Maya YaYa All Inclusive Beach Break Day Pass Excursion, or All Inclusive Resort Day Pass at RIU Ocho Rios.
Vacationers visiting by cruise ship will have access to a multitude of activities through excursions that are offered to cruise passengers and timed so that guests can be back on their ships when necessary. Often these excursions are the better way to see your specific area of interest and you'll have no worries of wandering too far away.
The Western Caribbean Region also has many Mayan ruins including those at Costa Maya Chacchoben Mayan Ruins Excursion, Private Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins Excursion from Progreso, and the Belize Lamanai Mayan Ruins Excursion.
For those who enjoy sailing can read more about our Best Cozumel Catamaran Sail and Snorkel Excursion. Snorkelers have many choices too such as the Grand Cayman Stingray City, Coral Gardens Snorkel and Turtle Farm Excursion, and Belize Goff's Caye Island Getaway and Snorkel Cruise Excursion.
There are many eco-friendly and fun options such as the Falmouth Horseback Riding Excursion with Ocean Swim, Roatan Canopy Zip Line and Beach Break Adventure Combo Excursion, or Belize Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Cave Tubing Excursion.
A visit to the Western Caribbean should be on everyone's list. It's just too beautiful an area to miss.