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We have put together a list of the best things to do on a TUI Discovery Cruise around the Caribbean

I think you will agree it can be extremely stressful when planning and booking an itinerary for a holiday, especially a cruise.

Well, look no further I have done all that hard work for you. Here you will find our itineraries and recommended tour guides.

Here it is, our itinerary for each caribbean destination: –

Grenada – St. Georges

We jumped in a taxi right outside the port which cost 40 euro for a 4 hour tour. Water taxi to Grand Anse beach from port was $7pp return. You can read more about Grenada here

  • Annandale waterfall

  • Grand Anse beach

  • Carenage

  • Fort George

Dominica – Roseau

We did a lot of research for this one and decided to go with Bumpiin Tours, it was $100 for 3 of us for a full day. Highly recommended

  • Ti Tou Gorge

  • Champagne reef

  • Trafalgar Falls

  • Morne Bruce Viewpoint

  • Botanical Gardens

Martinique – Fort de France

This was the original itinerary we had planned, however it was far too expensive getting a taxi around here. Our advise would be to prebook something or go with your operator. Read more to find out what we did

  • Jardin de Balata

  • Ft. St. Louis

  • Pointe du bout

  • Anse Noire

Guadeloupe – Pointe a Pitre

Awesome private tour, we went so many places, lots of hidden gems, hot springs, waterfalls, volcanic beaches and much more. 120 Euro for the 3 of us for a island tour with Mirva.

  • Carbte Falls

  • Fort Delgres

  • Jungle hot springs

  • Volcanic beaches

  • Waterfalls

St Vincent – Kingstown

Stunning island, great places to visit but be careful who you book with. We paid $120 for a full day tour, however it was like being in a formula 1 car resulting in us going back to the ship and Brody being car sick!

  • Botanical Gardens

  • Fort Charlotte

  • Wallilabou Bay

  • Dark view falls

St Lucia – Castries

Best island we visited absolutely gorgeous. At $180 it was a little on the expensive side but worth every penny. Great tour and very friendly

  • Tel Paul Nature Trail

  • Jalousie Beach

  • Sulphur Springs

  • Sugar Beach

Barbados – Bridgetown

At $5 per person we took a 10 minute mini bus to the beach and chilled out for the day. You can pay $30 i think it was to swim with the turtles. Lots of tour companies walking up and down the beach

  • Carlisle Bay

The Grenadines – Bequia

This was a tender however the waves were too choppy so we had to go to St Vincent instead. This time we got a water taxi for $8 to an unknown stunning beach

St Kitts – Basseterre

Full day island tour with a beach stop. Great tour, brilliant tour guide and incredible beach. We paid $137 for this which included drinks too

  • Brimstone Hill Fortress

  • Timothy Hill

  • Romney Manor

  • Botanical Gardens

  • Carambola Beach Club

Antigua – St Johns

Full day tour for $98 seeing the beautiful sights of Antigua. Great value for money and an excellent tour. Shirley Heights is not to be missed

  • Shirley’s Heights

  • Fort Block House

  • Nelson’s Dockyard English Harbour

  • Beach stop

St Maarten – Philipsburg

Only one place we had to see here and its Maho Beach, however so did everybody else. Very overcrowded as there was over 6 cruise ships docked. One way taxi was $9 per person.

  • Maho beach and sunset bar

  • Broadwalk

  • Old street

  • Front street

  • Beach near port is very nice!

BVI – Road Town

Been on my bucket list for a while, but we had to go to Virgin Gorda. You can jump on Speedy’s ferry a 10 minute walk for $30pp including transfer to ‘The Baths’. Highly recommended, amazing experience.

  • Virgin Gorda

  • The Baths

  • Devils Bay

  • Spring Bay

Kelly Bullock

I'm Kelly, we are a family of 4 who loves traveling the world and sharing our experiences. Offering travel tips, reviewing the best travel gear and gadgets to make your travels easier.
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