Want your holiday to be colorful? The Carnival Glory is the ship you’ve been dreaming of. One of the jewels of the entire Carnival fleet, the ship offers a different color to every room and the most spacious cabins have private balconies, each with spectacular views of the sea.
On board the Carnival Glory, you’ll find that all gifts and souvenirs, and there a lot, are tax-free! But there are also amenities like:
- Restaurants: The Steakhouse Emerald Room, Golden, Platinum, Red Sail, and the Salmon Bar ideal to delight any palate.
- Outdoor fun! One can slip and slide on the Twister water slide, keep up with your favorite sport at City Sport’s Park, take in televised sporting events, movies and concerts on the enormous LED screen at Carnival’s Seaside Theatre. You can even relax at any of the onboard swimming pools and Jacuzzis, or get yourself pampered at the Carnival Spa
- At night, there are shows in the Amber Palace, late night gaming in Casino Club Camel, and dancing until dawn in the White Heat Club
- Rest at ease, as little ones are just as well looked after. There’s a club just for kids from 12 to 14 years old, with videogames, parties, and movies, and another club for teens from 15 to 17 years.
The Carnival Glory is an exceptional ship to accompany your family all over the Western Caribbean for seven full nights. Departing from Miami, you’ll make stops at Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, Roatán Island in Honduras, in Belize, on Cozumel, Mexico and then back to Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
Departure dates: October 20, 2018
Port of Departure: Miami FL, USA
From 6,790 Holiday Credits
Plan: All Inclusive From $59 USD.
The cruise fee covers:
Port taxes, Federal taxes, Gratuities, Meals and Snacks, Non-carbonated drinks, Insurance
The cruise fee does not cover:
Container drinks and alcoholic beverages, specialty restaurants
What’s there to do in Grand Cayman?
Swimming with the stingrays in Stingray City: an excursion for all ages, most of the tour takes place on a sandbar waist-deep for adults. Although care needs to be taken not to disturb the rays, they are spectacular to observe, and sudden movements could result in a painful sting.
Turtle Farm, a sea turtle theme park: The green sea turtle hatchery, with 7,000 specimens distributed across several tanks according to size and age are happy to greet cruise visitors from all over the world. It’s a quick and exciting place to visit.
Seven Mile Beach: Here you’ll find everything you need for a great day of sun and surf. With diving centers, kayaking, parasailing, sun loungers and umbrellas for rent, it’s a perfect Caribbean paradise. An enormous expanse of fine white sand makes a half moon beach before crystal clear turquoise water. It’s widely considered the most popular beach in the Greater Antilles.
What can we do on Roatán Island?
Visit the iguanas at French Harbor: interact with some 4,000 iguanas who live and roam freely on the Arch family property who’ve made it all open to the public.
Rusty Fish, West End: a paradise of recycled materials turned into true works of art. Come and meet Adam Hunt, a young man from Bristol, England. He worked with the community to recycle material and to express themselves through crafts. It’s widely considered a must-see attraction.
The Carambola Botanical Gardens in Sandy Bay: a 100% natural botanical garden. The ideal place for a hike, you don’t want to miss the chance to take thousands of selfies with the colorful plants and flower. And highly recommended is a climb to the top where the views are simply spectacular.
What can we do in Belize?
Visit the spectacular ruins at Lamanai: one of the most outstanding Mayan excavation sites in Belize. The ruins adjoin imposing jungle landscapes and all overlooking the New River lagoon. It’s a great glimpse into the history of the Mayan civilization.
Barrier Reef: immerse yourself in the waters of Belize and admire its barrier reef, considered the second largest in the world. It entered the world heritage of UNESCO in 1996. With luck you will be able to spot the manatee, sea turtles and the marine alligator of America.
The Blue Hole: only well-experienced divers will live this unique, spectacular adventure. The Blue Hole has a depth of 120 meters, but in the background, you’ll see formations of limestone and stalactites and the odd hammerhead shark, along with rays and barracudas.
What’s there to do in Cozumel?
The Ixchel Sanctuary: Especially welcoming to women visitors, you’ll be part of the legend. The sanctuary connects with nature with the ancient goddess you carry inside, and it’s said to bring happiness and prosperity to visitors’ lives.
Walk the boardwalk: Lined with magnificent sculptures and lookout points, you can contemplate more than just the beauty of the turquoise Caribbean. Don’t forget to take a picture at the famous Diver Monument.
Chankanaab National Park is designated as a reserve for the protection of the worlds spectacular animal and plant life. Manatees are plentiful, but then, so are the crocodiles.