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MSC Cruises Southern Caribbean Cruises

Like all of the Caribbean, the Southern Caribbean is bursting with beautiful beaches filled with sun and surrounded by crystal blue waters. The Southern Caribbean differentiates itself, however, with its beautiful lush landscapes. The islands in the southern part of the Caribbean are less visited, offering a more exclusive and authentic experience. This is where you’ll find ancient cave paintings and lots of jungles with wild animals and bright blooms to explore. MSC Cruises brings you to some of the most beautiful and interesting islands in the Southern Caribbean.


Things to Do on a Southern Caribbean Cruise with MSC Cruises


The southern Caribbean offers beautiful vistas and interesting cultural experiences. Visit caves with ancient rock paintings in the Dominican Republic or spend some time cruising on a yacht off the coast of Philipsburg. Featured below are some of the most popular things to do when cruising the Southern Caribbean with MSC Cruises:


MSC Cruises land bridge over ocean, St. Lucia, Caribbean
  • St. Lucia Rhythms (Castries, St. Lucia)
    Revel in a day filled with St. Lucia’s sites and Creole culture. You start the day touring the island and learning how Batik clothing is made. Then you’ll have some rum punch, tour a 4-story Victorian house and watch locals cook foods like cassava bread. You’ll also hear the music of the area and learn a few words in the local dialect.


MSC Cruises Historic Basilica of Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, Caribbean
  • Parc Des Mamelles (Point a Pitre, Guadeloupe)
    Tour the Parc des Mamelles natural reserve, which is home to a variety of unique animals. You’ll be able to walk along pathways in the canopy where you get a bird’s eye perspective on this land. This canopy path also affords you views of nearby Pigeon Island.


MSC Cruises view of Philipsburg, St. Martin, from the sea
  • Yacht Racing Adventure (Philipsburg, St. Maarten)
    You get to sail on a racing yacht where you’ll get the opportunity to learn how to trim a sail or grind a winch. You could also choose to just sit back and relax with some rum punch as the yacht sails over the beautiful blue water.


MSC Cruises handrolled cigars
  • Maravillas Cave and San Pedro (La Romana, Dominican Republic)
    Tour the Cave of Miracles which features stalactites, stalagmites, an underground pool and cave paintings. The paintings are believed to be from the Taino people. After this tour you’ll visit a cigar factory.


MSC Cruises Dolphins jumping and spinning in the Caribbean Ocean
  • Dolphin Adventure (Road Town, British Virgin Islands)
    Enjoy a few hours playing with dolphins in a beautiful lagoon. On this excursion you’ll learn about these friendly creatures and then you’ll be pushed around the water, shake their fins and pet them.


MSC Cruises Fort de France, Martinique
  • Botanical Garden and Suspension Bridge (Fort de France, Martinique)
    Enjoy amazing views when you tour the Botanical Garden with its variety of tropical flowers and plants. The garden has a suspension bridge high up in the canopy for a different perspective on the flora and fauna.


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