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Posted by Pendar on December 12, 2022
El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America, and one of the newest destinations for the cruise industry (and tourism in general) as the country continues to recover from a devastating 13-year civil war that ended in 1992.
Candy-colored cocktails sipped in seaside watering holes. Carefree days followed by calypso-flavored nights. These are the siren songs that lure anyone with a yacht and a yearning to escape to the incomparable Caribbean Islands. Whether you’re cruising through turquoise waters or lazing on powdery white beaches, the glamorous harbors and unknown coves of this area remain a hidden treasure.
Antiguans like to boast that they have 365 beaches — one for each day of the year. And while no one counts to ensure the accuracy of this catchy marketing claim, the squiggly shaped island indeed is full of beachy gems, each with its own unique appeal.
Saint Thomas. Saint Croix. Saint John. Those are the names you’ll want to remember when planning a U.S Virgin Islands cruise. Why? Because they are the three largest islands of the U.S.V.I and their shores are home to golden sand beaches, underwater national parks, and some of the best scenic drives in the Caribbean.
From mariachis to margaritas, Mexico is where it all began for Princess with our first cruise vacation in 1965. Fifty years later, we continue to visit the best of the region on a wide variety of sailings to the Mexican Riviera roundtrip from Los Angeles or San Francisco, with stops in colorful Puerto Vallarta, the playground to the stars, Cabo San Lucas, colonial Loreto and more.
Although founded by the French in 1627, St. Kitts is a very British paradise where cricket and tea are the norm. The dramatic mixed island landscape is rimmed in gold-sand beaches and dotted with well-preserved plantations left over from when the island was covered with sugar cane. View Shopping Guide (Current shopping maps available onboard.) Looking for a cruise to St. Kitts? Check out our selection of Caribbean cruises.
Puerto Quetzal is the ideal starting point to discover some of Guatemala’s most iconic attractions. After a short ride outside of this port city, roam the Spanish Colonial streets of Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with the colossal Volcan de Agua in the background.
Venezuela is one of the most biodiverse nations on the planet, with ecosystems that span the Caribbean coast, the Orinoco River Delta in the east and vast plains that stretch to the Amazon basin and the Andes mountains. Its fertile land has long produced some of the world’s finest coffee and cocoa beans. The rural beauty here is stunning: The most dramatic geographic wonders are the northern reaches of the Amazon rainforest; Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world; and the colossal massifs and table mountains (tepuis) of Canaima National Park.