WLFM’s Cruise Guide Part 2 The Excursions

What to bring to your excursions:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Camera or your phone if you are taking pics with it
• Sun protection
• Cash
• Towel from ship (and make sure you return it when you return onboard or you will get charged)

What to wear:
• I always wore a hat and sunglasses
• Swimsuit and cover-up or light clothing. For kids swimsuits, rashguards, and crocs or flip flops.

 

Labadee, Haiti

Royal Carribean has a private beach resort here featuring beautiful beaches, coral reefs and lagoon-like bays surrounded by forested mountains. We enjoyed relaxing on the beach and we did take advantage of a luxury sailing yacht experience.  Labadee has a gorgeous, lush and mountainous coastline & this is a great way to navigate the scenic islands. They also offer zip-lining here, but beware! If you weigh more than 200 lbs you can’t participate. Check here for Labadee excursion prices. We did eat lunch at Labadee, but you can absolutely go back on the ship for lunch.

   

Falmouth, Jamaica

We spent the day at the Jewel of Runaway Bay Resort. This excursion does require you to board transportation to travel to the resort. However, the drive goes along the coastline and it is quite scenic. The resort has gorgeous pools and ocean access, But the real MVP here was the water park. I wish we had a water park like this in MIami! Jewel Lagoon Water Park features:

  • Private cabanas for rent
  • 5,000-square-foot oceanfront sundeck
  • Dining area with full-service bar and grill
  • Zero-entry beach lagoon with geysers
  • Pirates Ice snow cone hut
  • Two splash-down pools
  • Kids gang slide
  • Lazy river with rock grottos and waterfalls
  • Speed slide and family raft ride
  • Stage featuring music daily
  • Multi-level kids slides and splash zone
  • Private lockers

We did have lunch at the resort. You must try their jerk chicken!

 

 

Cozumel, Mexico

Put this on your bucketlist! This was probably my favorite excursion 🙂 Swimming with the dolphins was an experience I will never forget and my kids really loved it too.  We got to pet, hug and kiss them, shake their fins and do the “foot-push”. We also witnessed their communication skills, listening to their signature clicking and whistling. We did this excursion through Dolphinaris. 

 

 

 

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