Discover Some of the Most Wonderful & Memorable Caribbean Ports

Aboard your small ship, access some of the more intimate, less-traveled ports of the Caribbean. Whether it’s the gorgeous South Friar’s Bay, an intimate port in St. Kitts, or the equally popular Low Bay, Barbuda you’ll be able to enjoy every stop along your Caribbean voyage.

North Sound, British Virgin Islands. Making anchor at North Sound Virgin Gorda, guests travelling through the British Virgin Islands (B.V.I.) will not want to miss the opportunity to explore this port. This island is known most for its local attraction know as “The Baths.” Consisting of a beautiful formation of boulders, The Baths are a major attractive within the B.V.I. and provide an idyllic spot to relax through the afternoon. Meanwhile, those who want to explore more of the local history can always pay a visit to the famous Copper Mines.

Gustavia, St. Barths. One of the most popular ports, Gustavia, St. Barths is a beautiful port with plenty of activities to enjoy. Some choose to use this port as a shopping hub, taking advantage of the wonderful opportunities and many local shops around. Others prefer to lounge on the beach. Either way, it is definitely recommended to check out one of the many delectable restaurants while ashore.

Bridgetown, Barbados. The largest city and capital of Barbados, Bridgetown is often used as the initial departure and final arrival port for Caribbean cruises. This city is gleaming with landmarks, so make sure you have your camera ready to get those shots. It houses the Barbados Museum, Sagicor Plaza, and the Frank Collymore Hall of the Performing Arts. If architecture or history are more your interest, it also is home to many prominent religious buildings, including: the Nidhe Israel Synagogue, St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. Mary’s Anglican Church, and more.

Cruz Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands. Sitting on the west coast of St. John, Cruz Bay is another spot you might enjoy along your Caribbean cruise. This small town offers a welcome respite for those who wish to relax on the beach and provides a hosts of bars, shops, and restaurants to indulge your other fancies. If you’re in a gambling mood, you might enjoy some time at the casino as well.

If you’re after a small ship cruise or an expedition ship cruise to the Caribbean Wild Earth Travel can help you find a trip of a lifetime. We are ready to guide you through our range of different options with impartial advice so you can experience the very best of this unique destination. Our team are all passionate expedition & small cruise ship travellers and our knowledge and stories come from our own personal experiences.


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