AIDA Cruise Caribbean » Travel Reports


If you read the list of islands that AIDA is heading for on the “Caribbean Islands 1” route, you might think it was a dream for a moment: Dominican Republic, Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, St. Lucia, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Antigua. To reach eleven islands in 14 days is already a house number. But that was also the reason for us to choose this route. A cruise is predestined to get to know the Caribbean with its thousands of dream islands in a relaxed way. Here you can find all travel reports of our 14-day Caribbean cruise with the AIDAdiva:

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Curacao – Island Tour, Attractions & the best Photo spots (Curacao)

Categories: Travel reports, Central America & the Caribbean, Curacao

This morning we arrived at the port of Willemstad, the capital of Curacao, at around 7.30 a.m. Curacao, like Aruba and Bonaire, is one of the so-called ABC Islands,with Curacao being the largest of these. The island is located about 65 km off the north coast of Venezuela and thus belongs geographically to South America.

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Molinere Bay – Diving at the Underwater Sculpture Park (Grenada)

Categories: Travel reports, Central America & the Caribbean, Grenada

After the two dives at Boss Reef this morning, our dive trip with the AIDA would have ended. But since we originally thought when booking the trip that we would go diving this morning at the famous underwater sculpture park of Jason de Caires Taylor, the AIDA crew had a great suggestion for both of us: in the afternoon we should make a trip with snorkelers and taster divers to the underwater sculpture park and they asked us if we …

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Barbados – Wreck diving in Carlisle Bay Marine Park (Barbados)

Categories: Travel reports, Central America & the Caribbean, Barbados

Today we set off at the bridgetown cruise terminal in Barbados at around 6.30am. With us there were three other ships in the port: the TUI Discovery, a ship of the Costa shipping company and the Christina O., originally a ship of the rich shipping family Onassis. Our captain told us in his morning address (usually around 8 o’clock) that Christina O. is now a charter yacht and can be rented for up to 450,000 € PER WEEK. So if …

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