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2022 Caribbean Cruises: Sail to Belize, Mexico, The Virgin Islands & More

For many people, the first thing that pops into their minds when they think about cruises is a cruise to The Caribbean. With its proximity to home and a wide variety of ports of call, there is something on a Crucero por el Caribe that will appeal to any cruise traveler. 

Norwegian Cruise Line offers over 60 options for Cruceros por el Caribe 2022, which take in either Caribe occidental, Caribe oriental, o Caribe sur routes. Each of these calls on a different collection of ports, giving a great variety of cruise destinations for any voyager to the region.

Now is the perfect time to book a Caribbean cruise on Norwegian. We have enhanced our flexible booking policy to make it even easier if you need to cancel or reschedule your Caribbean cruise. We're also partners on the newly instituted Healthy Sail Panel, which is helping make your return to cruising the best experience it can be. 

Ready to start planning? Explore all 2022 Caribbean cruises.

Norwegian Caribbean Cruises
Explore the very best of the western, southern, and eastern Caribbean islands.

Cruceros por el Caribe occidental

If you're considering a Caribe occidental cruise, you'll likely be visiting ports in Honduras, Mexico, and Belize.

Roatán, Honduras, is home to one of the most pristine coral reefs in The Caribbean. This natural beauty is located 30 miles off the coast of Honduras, offering plenty of diving and adrenaline-pumping adventures on land.

Harvest Caye, Belice, is perfectly set up for any cruise traveler's perfect tropical escape. With restaurants, shops, beaches, pools, ziplines, and plenty of aquatic activities for anyone who visits the Cay, there is enough to pique everyone's interest. But Harvest Cay is also a jumping-off point for excursions to Belize's barrier reef or the Belizean mainland.

In Mexico, you might stop in either Costa Maya where you can relax along the Yucatan peninsula's beautiful beaches, or head inland to see one of the many Mayan sites in the area. Cozumel is well known for its fishing, diving, and snorkeling, which have been thrilling visitors for decades.

Eastern & Southern Caribbean Cruise Ports

Norwegian's cruises include the best ports in The Caribbean. Some of the ports you might visit on an Eastern o Caribe sur cruise include:

  • George Town, Grand Cayman: Visit popular attractions such as Seven Mile Beach and Stingray City, or spend the day diving near shipwrecks that dot the seafloor around Gran Caimán
  • Ocho Rios, Jamaica: This tropical island paradise captures your heart from your first view of the idyllic beach landscape. But delve deeper into Jamaica, and you'll find the island offers much more, including Dunn's River Falls, the White River, and Fern Gully gorge.
  • Great Stirrup Cay, BahamasGreat Stirrup Cay is Norwegian's private island paradise. It's the perfect place to spend a day on the beach, taking in some sun and enjoying the water.
  • Nassau, Bahamas: The capital of the Bahamas, Nasáu is a shopper's paradise, but it also offers cruisers a wealth of other attractions, including colonial architecture in town, or snorkeling adventure out in the water.
  • Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos: Founded by Bermuda settlers for sea salt production. You can find excellent diving and snorkeling in Turks & Caicos
  • Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic: Puerto Plata is the kiteboarding and windsurfing capital of The Caribbean.
  • Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Christopher Columbus found the white sand beaches at Tórtola in 1493. Don't miss swimming in the crystal clear waters of The Baths.
  • St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands: Charlotte Amalie on Santo Tomás is a former home of Caribbean pirates. Today, it's known for its duty-free shopping, snorkeling, and fishing.
  • Basseterre, St. Kitts: St. Kitts used to be covered with sugar cane plantations. Today, you'll find wonderful diving with waters teeming with tropical fish, stingrays, and turtles.
  • Philipsburg, St. MaartenSt. Maarten is also called St. Martin. It's one island-half Dutch, half French. Enjoy the Dutch island vibe with some French sophistication.
  • St. John's, Antigua: Christopher Columbus landed here on Antigua in 1493, but it was colonized by the English. St. John's once served as a naval port, with Nelson's Dockyard National Park.
  • Castries, St. Lucia: If you're a scuba diver, the opportunity to dive beneath the Pitons in Santa Lucía is an unforgettable experience. 
  • Bridgetown, Barbados: Still visibly showing its British colonial roots, Barbados has the third-oldest Parliament in the commonwealth. Bridgetown is the only city outside of the continental George Washington visited. Snorkel with the turtles, and don't miss trying the rum here. 
  • St. George's, Grenada: St. George is a historical treasure trove. Here you will find buildings from the early 1700s and a market square that dates back to the early days of the slave and spice trades. 
  • Kralendijk, BonaireKralendijk is famous for its diving, salt, and The Caribbean's only barefoot casino.
  • Willemstad, Curacao: Step into a Caribbean version of old Amsterdam at Willemstad. However, the warm waters teeming with tropical fish will quickly remind you that you are, in fact, in the Southern Caribbean.
  • Oranjestad, Aruba: White sand beaches set off against cobalt blue waters, and colorful Dutch colonial architecture keep cruisers coming to Aruba.
Norwegian Caribbean Cruises
Enjoy a host of spectacular activities on your Caribbean cruise.

Wherever you're sailing, Norwegian offers the best selection of Caribbean cruises around, giving you the ability to see the very best of the western, southern, and eastern Caribbean islands. Choosing the right cruise may require a little time, but while you're narrowing down your options, don't forget to sign up for Ofertas de cruceros de Norwegian. You'll get the latest specials and offers delivered right to your inbox, so you won't miss out on the best deals for your next vacation. Where are you sailing to next? Let us know in the comments!