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Cruise Information

We don’t have proof, but evidence suggests that the Caribbean was made for cruising. This evidence is all around you — you’ll find in the Caribbean air, the sand and the water. And with more than 5,000 islands and cays spread across this amazing region, there’s a lot of paradise to see. So how do you choose where to visit on a Caribbean cruise? We recommend you just go and see for yourself! Best of all, the mild climate means it doesn’t even matter what time of year you go. A Carnival Caribbean cruise takes you to some of the coolest little hotspots… stretching across the world’s designated hotspot.

 

Interior cabin starting at $309.00 per person

 

Rates are per person. All cruise specials are subject to availability and rates are subject to change. Travel insurance is highly recommended and additional. Global Connections is not responsible for publishing/printing errors. Additional taxes and fees will apply. If the beverage package is elected, additional taxes and fees may apply.

Itinerary

Day 1 – Galveston, Texas

Embark – Depart 4:00pm

Day 2 – Fun Day at Sea

Day 3 – Cozumel, Mexico

Arrive 8:00am – Depart 6:00pm

Day 4 – Belize

Arrive 8:00am – Depart 5:00pm

Day 5 – Mahogany Bay, Isla Roatan

Arrive 8:00am – Depart 6:00pm

Day 6 – Fun Day at Sea 

Day 7 – Fun Day At Sea

Day 8 – Galveston, Texas

 

Itineraries are subject to change; port, sequence, scheduled time, and/or day. For the most updated cruise information, please visit www.carnival.com

Ship Information

Ship: Vista

The newest and largest ship in Carnival’s fleet, the Carnival Vista welcomes up to 3,934 passengers and 1,450 crew members. The ship offers unique dining, entertainment and cabin options not found on other ships in the fleet. In addition to staples like kids clubs, an adults-only retreat, and a waterpark, new activities include the SkyRide suspended bike course, the first IMAX theater at sea and a Dr. Seuss-inspired library. 

 

Recent passengers were most impressed with the accommodations. Typical cabin categories (Interior, Ocean View, Balcony, and Suite) are available, but cruisers recommend splurging on one of the new cabin types: the Family Harbor or Havana staterooms and suites. Those who select Family Harbor cabins receive exclusive 24-hour lounge access with free breakfast and kid-friendly movies and games. Plus, children staying in these rooms enjoy free meals at most specialty restaurants and a free night of babysitting. Havana category rooms cater to adults with private access to a private bar and pool, as well as extra-large outdoor spaces and rainfall showers in suites.  

 

Dining options are just as diverse. While the Lido buffet offers everything from pizza and pasta to stir-fry and salad, other options include BlueIguana Cantina, Fat Jimmy's C-Side BBQ, as well as four specialty restaurants (meals at which are not included in your overall cruise fare).