Oceania Cruises Caribbean Cruises

The Caribbean is more than just pristine beaches and beautiful blue waters (though you may not need more than that to visit). This is a chain of islands with fascinating culture and cuisine to match. Oceania Cruises offers you a chance to explore both the beauty of the Caribbean and the history and culture of the people that call these islands home. Explore the forts of San Juan, the coral reef in Tobago and the funky past of Key West with an Oceania cruise to the Caribbean. From the popular ports of the Eastern Caribbean to the adventurous Western Caribbean and the serene Southern Caribbean, you’ll find your perfect spot.

 

Things to Do on a Caribbean Cruise with Oceania Cruises

 

See the Caribbean in a new light when you visit this collection of islands with Oceania Cruises. Here you’ll take in the beautiful sights and learn about the region’s fascinating history. Featured below are some of the best ways to spend your time cruising the Caribbean with Oceania Cruises:

 


Oceania Cruises Scarborough, Tobago
  • Buccoo Reef Glass Bottom Boat (Scarborough, Tobago)
    Partake in the incredible beauty of the Buccoo Reef, which underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau called the third most spectacular sight in the world. On your glass-bottom boat you’ll get an amazing view of the nearly 70 species that live in this reef.
     

 


Oceania Cruises coral reefs off the coast of Roatan Honduras
  • Gumbalimba Preservation Park (Roatan, Honduras)
    This park beams with beauty. You’ll visit a bird sanctuary, cross a rope bridge over the Gumbalimba Pond and get a chance to visit Coxen’s Cave where pirates once roamed. There are also a pool and a monkey refuge to visit.
     

 


Oceania Cruises sailboats outside Gustavia harbor St Barts
  • Odyssey Experience (Gustavia, St. Barts)
    Head out on a catamaran to snorkel or swim in the warm waters that surround St. Barts. This excursion is a wonderful opportunity for you to bask in the beauty of the islands. After your time in the water, enjoy some snacks as you ride back to land.
     

 


Oceania Cruises downtown marina of Bridgetown, Barbados
  • Barbados Photo Adventure (Georgetown, Barbados)
    Visit some of Barbados’ most picturesque spots with local director Ronnie Carrington. At each stop you’ll be able to take pictures and get tips from Ronnie. Afterwards you’ll unwind with refreshments at the Atlantis Hotel.
     

 


Oceania Cruises streets of the Old City of San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • San Juan City and Art Museum (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
    Your first stop will be to the San Juan Art Museum where you’ll see the art of the Puerto Ricans from as far back as 500 years ago. Then you’ll make your way to Old San Juan to explore Port San Cristobal. It all wraps up with a pleasant drive through the city and some free time to explore the area on your own.
     

 


Oceania Cruises the Harry Truman Little White House in Key West, Florida
  • President Truman’s Key West (Key West, Florida)
    You’ll have a comprehensive tour of Key West while learning about its role in the Civil War and its famous inhabitant, Ernest Hemingway. Then you’ll visit the Little White House that Harry Truman frequented. This home has also hosted the Clintons, Thomas Edison and Dwight Eisenhower.
     

 

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