Family Fun at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort

The Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in Nassau, Bahamas is a giant, resort complex comprising of several hotel towers on 141 acres of land. It offers a unique opportunity for guests of all ages with its magnificent lagoons, water slides, water sports, animal encounters, shopping, multiple restaurants and more. Also, the seascape island retreat is part… Read More

Top Family Friendly Activities on Labadee Haiti

  Labadee is a private resort port on the north coast peninsula of Haiti. Urban legend has it that Christopher Columbus found this idyllic place but what we know for a fact is that in the 1600’s, Marquis de’La Badie, from France settled the area. Though the village and resort were named for him; the… Read More

How Autism Friendly are Stingray Shore Excursions

As the holidays are approaching, many parents have contacted the website with questions about the different shore excursions offered by the various cruise lines in the Caribbean. Since many of them involve animal encounters, I thought I’d answer Leandra’s question about the stingray encounter on the Grand Cayman Island and how appropriate it would be for… Read More

Exploring Harrison’s Cave, Barbados with Kids

Barbados is a little island country in the Caribbean corner of the North Atlantic Ocean. Even though it is rather quite small, there is quite a bit to see and do on a cruise ship shore excursion; the island even has its own Seven Wonders list. We visited Barbados during a Southern Caribbean cruise on… Read More

Sea-trekking in the Cayman Islands

Guest post by Jeffrey Francus                        So what’s the scoop? The frigid water was a sharp contrast to the balmy weather of the Caymans, I thought, stepping into the seas. Soon after plunging, a white, bulky helmet was thrust upon me, necessary apparel to breathe on the ocean… Read More

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