Ports Of Call

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Historic San Juan, once nothing more than cobblestone streets and the distinctive architecture of the Spanish who founded it, is now a modern world capital. Among the peaceful shaded courtyards and commanding colonial fortresses of El Morro and San Cristobal, you'll find a cosmopolitan city of wide boulevards, lively cafes, highly regarded galleries and designer boutiques. This is where the old world meets the new — and you can enjoy them both. Castillo San Felipe del Morro features amazing history and the best view of the San Juan harbor. The Bacardi distillery spans 127 acres of land, and over 100 years of history. Vieques is an island’s island — literally, featuring amazing beaches and found off the coast of Puerto Rico. Learn More

St. Maarten, NA

Explore two colorful nations on one exotic island on your Carnival cruise to St. Maarten. Split down the middle centuries ago by two European powers, this 37-mile isle offers cosmopolitan culture, international shopping, and world-class cuisine with a laid-back Caribbean atmosphere. Cruise to St. Maarten and you'll find the island's natural attributes are equally fine: the rugged coastline shelters silky crescents of sand framed by green undulating hills. Swim or snorkel the warm, clear seas along a white-sand beach. Dine on fine international cuisine or in funky outdoor barbecue joints. Shop the duty-free stores along the Philipsburg waterfront. Swing to calypso sounds at a barefoot beach bar. Hike through the ruins of French and Dutch forts overlooking the sparkling Caribbean Sea. Learn More

St Kitts, WI

Rainforests, waterfalls, and lovely crescents of sand are right outside your Carnival cruise to St. Kitts. Cane fields climb the slopes of volcanic peaks, and the ruins of old mills and colonial plantation houses blanket the island. Little St. Kitts remains at heart a sleepy and charming tropical backwater. Cruise to St. Kitts to bask in the Caribbean's sunny geniality and natural splendor. Comb the grounds of a 17th-century British fort. Shop for fresh mangos and guava fruit in the Circus Square marketplace. Hike rainforest trails to the top of a dormant volcano. Stretch out on the beautiful white-sand beaches that surround the island. Snorkel the clear jade seas in the aptly named Smitten's Bay. Learn More

Grand Turk

Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos, may be small, but it's packed with scenic punch and historic charm. Carnival cruises to Grand Turk deliver you to an enchanted island outpost dotted with old windmills, grassy trails, and picture-perfect beaches. Discover an oasis of green set in aquamarine seas ringed by a pristine coral reef and the steep wall of the continental shelf with cruises to Grand Turk. Swim in the sparkling turquoise seas off Governor's Beach. Snorkel or dive the coral reefs fringing Grand Turk. Tour historic Cockburn Town and the old salinas (salt pans). Feel the velvety touch of a stingray's wings in Gibbs Cay. Shop for duty-free jewelry and local crafts in the colorful Grand Turk Cruise Center. Learn More