Couple riding orange waterbike in Princess Cays
Posted Aug 23, 2012
If you've already been on a Hawaii cruise and you've gotten your fill of Asia on a China cruise, you might have the Caribbean next on your list of destinations to visit. One way to experience the exotic culture of this region is to travel through it on a Princess cruise.
Princess Cruises has a private retreat in the Caribbean specifically designed to cater to people who visit the region on board one of their ships. Princess Cays is an exclusive port of call, offering Princess Cruises travelers a private beach and fun under the sun on their Caribbean cruise.
Princess Cays has it all
If you want to ensure your Caribbean cruise vacation is one to remember, you'll want to take a trip to Princess Cays. This island located in the Bahamas has everything from an extensive beach to a luxurious harbor where visitors can kayak, surf and snorkel. English is also the main language, meaning you don't have to worry about any barriers if you're concerned about traveling to another country.
Activities around Princess Cays
There's plenty to do while you're visiting this exclusive port, whether you're with your spouse or your entire family. In addition to snorkeling, you can also paddle surf, scuba dive and parasail. There are also numerous volleyball and basketball courts throughout the island for you to get your exercise. Once you're done, you you'll have plenty of space where you can kick back, relax and soak up some rays on the white sand beaches.
Dining and shopping
Needless to say, you'll want a few souvenirs to remember your trip while you're on Princess Cays. Luckily, there are several shops on the island, including the Straw Market and Tropical Treasure. Here, you can find items for yourself and gifts for your loved ones back home. Passengers can charge their purchases to their on board account.
When it comes to eating, you'll have a wide range of Caribbean cuisine at your disposal. On Princess Cays, you'll find The Barbecue Pavilion, Sea Breeze Grill and Banana Beach Bar. Here, you can chow down on everything from authentic-style Caribbean grilled food to delicious after hour drinks. At the end of the day, you'll be satiated and ready to dance the night away to the beat of live music played around the island.