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Caribbean & Central America

Caribbean & Central America Cruise Ports and Shore Excursions


The Caribbean and Central America area consist of more than 700 islands, divided under 30 territories known as sovereign states, overseas departments, or dependencies - needless to say, no two are the same. Add Dutch, Spanish, British, Danish, African, Portuguese, French and Swedish influences upon the Caribe and Arrawak Indians who originally inhabited the islands, and you have the makings of a very eclectic mix of people.

No two islands are the same. Some are volcanic in origin, while others are flat and no more than a few feet above sea level. Some are made of rock, some are coral. Some are surrounded by coral reefs, while others are just mile of white sand. Some are home to lush rain forests, while others are desert terrain where hardly anything grows. All of them are sun kissed year round and often cooled by the trade winds. Even the waters lapping at their shores seem to be different shades of blue from island to island, country to country. There are more shades than there are names for them. All of this has been marinated in rum, which played a large role in most of the islands histories.

An explosion of color in their dress, in their houses, their drinks, food and art. A symphony of sounds from the tropical birds in the trees to the rhythm of Calypso, reggae and other Caribbean music. Mix in the scent of nutmeg, tropical flowers, molasses, and salt air and you truly have a paradise for the senses.

Bordering the Caribbean on its western side is Central America, seven countries that in some ways are Caribbean, but also offer a culture and experience all their own. Connecting North and South America, Central America has a spine of mountains that runs through its middle, with the Pacific Ocean as a boundary on the west, and the Caribbean Sea on the east. The mountains catch the rain clouds, and the fertile soil make the hillsides incredibly lush and perfect for coffee growing. The mountains give way to flatter terrain perfect for agriculture including pineapples and bananas. The coasts offer beautiful beaches, waving palms and the treasures of the sea. 


Hidden in the jungles, buried under the fields are perhaps thousands of remains from the areas first inhabitants, the Mayas (AD 250-900) and the Aztecs (.AD 1280-1519) Although several of the Mayan cities, such as Tikal, Copan and Altun-Ha have been discovered, even they are only partially excavated and we offer a great variety of sightseeing and historical Caribbean Cruise Excursions and Central America Cruise Excursions. As the Mayan and Aztec histories were never written down, it makes these Mayan ruins shore excursions in the Caribbean and Central America cruise ports of call even more intriguing.

For adventure cruise shore excursions, Central America offers all kinds of excursions. Zip lines, eco-hikes, whitewater rafting, aerial trams, canoeing, crocodile hunting, cave tubing, snorkeling, scuba, kayaking, there is something for everyone.

The food of Central America has a taste all its own. With a base in the food of the Mayan and Aztec, it has over the centuries been layered with Spanish as well as other influences from the Caribbean. Fresh, simple food from the forest, garden and the sea.

Although not as famous as Caribbean rum, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Guatemala all have award-winning rums favored by connoisseurs due to their unlimited source of fresh water and ability to store it above sea level. Most Caribbean and Central America countries also make their own beer. Whether you like alcoholic drinks or not, you cannot leave Central America without tasting a smoothie (or daiquiri if you add rum) made with fresh guava, lemon, lime, pineapple, banana, blackberrys, mango or any of the other local fruits picked ripe just that day. Although not a problem in most hotel bars and restaurants, make sure the ice is made with purified water.

Enjoy our unique and selected Cruise Shore Excursions in the Caribbean including Western Caribbean Excursions, Eastern Caribbean Excursions and Southern Caribbean Excursions and of course Central America Excursions by Shore Excursioneer!

Amber Cove Cruise Excursions 13 excursions
Amber Cove
Dominican Republic
Antigua Cruise Excursions 12 excursions
Antigua
St. John's
Aruba Cruise Excursions 29 excursions
Aruba
Oranjestad
Barbados Cruise Excursions 15 excursions
Barbados
West Indies
Basseterre Cruise Excursions 13 excursions
Basseterre
St. Kitts
Belize City Cruise Excursions 41 excursions
Belize City
Belize
Belize Cruise Excursions 41 excursions
Belize
Belize City
Bonaire Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
Bonaire
Leeward Antilles
Bridgetown Cruise Excursions 15 excursions
Bridgetown
Barbados
Cartagena Cruise Excursions 7 excursions
Cartagena
Colombia
Castries Cruise Excursions 23 excursions
Castries
St. Lucia
Charlotte Amalie Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas
Costa Maya Cruise Excursions 25 excursions
Costa Maya
Mexico
Coxen Hole Cruise Excursions 57 excursions
Coxen Hole
Roatan
Cozumel Cruise Excursions 102 excursions
Cozumel
Mexico
Curacao Cruise Excursions 19 excursions
Curacao
Willemstad
Dominica Cruise Excursions 6 excursions
Dominica
Roseau
Falmouth Cruise Excursions 23 excursions
Falmouth
Jamaica
Fort Lauderdale Cruise Excursions 10 excursions
Fort Lauderdale
Florida / USA
Freeport Cruise Excursions 13 excursions
Freeport
Bahamas
Grand Cayman Cruise Excursions 30 excursions
Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands
Grand Turk Cruise Excursions 18 excursions
Grand Turk
Turks and Caicos
Grenada Cruise Excursions 3 excursions
Grenada
West Indies
Harvest Caye Cruise Excursions 8 excursions
Harvest Caye
Belize
Havana Cruise Excursions 3 excursions
Havana
Cuba
Key West Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
Key West
Florida / USA
Kralendijk Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
Kralendijk
Bonaire
Mahogany Bay Cruise Excursions 57 excursions
Mahogany Bay
Roatan
Martinique Cruise Excursions 2 excursions
Martinique
Fort de France
Miami Cruise Excursions 11 excursions
Miami
Florida / USA
Montego Bay Cruise Excursions 25 excursions
Montego Bay
Jamaica
Nassau Cruise Excursions 30 excursions
Nassau
Bahamas
New Orleans Cruise Excursions 1 excursion
New Orleans
Louisiana / USA
New York Cruise Excursions 18 excursions
New York
New York / USA
Ocho Rios Cruise Excursions 18 excursions
Ocho Rios
Jamaica
Oranjestad Cruise Excursions 29 excursions
Oranjestad
Aruba
Playa del Carmen (Calica) Cruise Excursions 39 excursions
Playa del Carmen (Calica)
Mexico
Port Canaveral (Orlando) Cruise Excursions 7 excursions
Port Canaveral (Orlando)
Florida / USA
Progreso (Yucatan) Cruise Excursions 25 excursions
Progreso (Yucatan)
Mexico
Puerto Caldera Cruise Excursions 7 excursions
Puerto Caldera
Costa Rica
Puerto Limon Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
Puerto Limon
Costa Rica
Puerto Plata Cruise Excursions 13 excursions
Puerto Plata
Dominican Republic
Puerto Quetzal Cruise Excursions 9 excursions
Puerto Quetzal
Guatemala
Puntarenas Cruise Excursions 12 excursions
Puntarenas
Costa Rica
Roatan Cruise Excursions 57 excursions
Roatan
Honduras
Roseau Cruise Excursions 6 excursions
Roseau
Dominica
San Juan Cruise Excursions 15 excursions
San Juan
Puerto Rico
St. John 12 excursions
St. John's
Antigua
St. Kitts Cruise Excursions 13 excursions
St. Kitts
Basseterre
St. Lucia (Castries) Cruise Excursions 23 excursions
St. Lucia (Castries)
St. Maarten Cruise Excursions 37 excursions
St. Maarten
Netherlands Antilles
St. Martin Cruise Excursions 37 excursions
St. Martin
Netherlands Antilles
St. Thomas Cruise Excursions 14 excursions
St. Thomas
USVI
Tampa Cruise Excursions 3 excursions
Tampa
US
Willemstad Cruise Excursions 19 excursions
Willemstad
Curacao
Yucatan Cruise Excursions 25 excursions
Yucatan
Mexico

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