Cruising the Caribbean in Style

If you’re after a Caribbean cruise, you’ve probably come across Royal Caribbean International during your holiday search – and no doubt it didn’t take you long to realise that this is the crème de la crème of cruising.

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One glance at the long list of glorious destinations on offer is reason enough to travel with RCI, but the fantastic range of onboard facilities and entertainment is quite another. Take Oasis Of The Seas for instance. If you love adrenalin-pumping action, try the ship’s 43-foot rock-climbing wall out for size, whizz along the 82-foot long zip wire, or turn your hand to surfing on the FlowRider surf simulator. After that, work up a sweat in the full-sized basketball court or test your balance in the ice skating rink. If you prefer something a little more laid-back on holiday, the onboard spa with its solarium, whirlpools and relaxation classes will be right up your street.

Come sundown, choose from stacks of different restaurants featuring worldwide cuisine, enjoy a relaxing drink in the piano bar, try your luck in the casino or take in some spectacular high-octane entertainment with an evening show. Whatever you fancy, Royal Caribbean International certainly knows how to do great entertainment.

If that sounds like your ideal holiday, you’ll find Royal Caribbean cruises online through holiday tour operators such as Thomas Cook, or you can book direct with the cruise operator if you prefer. One of main benefits of booking through a tour operator is the spectrum of choice, as they typically sell cruise holidays from a wide range of cruise operators. If you find that one operator doesn’t travel to a specific destination, you can search for similar itineraries with other cruise liners – and it’s also a great way of comparing value and price too.

However you get there, the Caribbean is a must-see destination and a cruise is certainly the perfect way to experience it.

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