You will get the thrills of a Caribbean cruise while staying in one of the top Orlando resorts. The cruise stay option is made possible by cruise lines that offer short cruises to and from Florida taking you to various spots in the Caribbean. For instance, a cruise to the Bahamas will give you a chance to savor an area that was popular for pirates. Nowadays the Bahamas is popular for its nightlife, wildlife and history. The Orlando cruise and stay can also include a visit to the shopping haven of Charlotte Amalie one of the Virgin Islands. This is one of the most beautiful harbors in the world, which offers world class duty free shopping, vibrant nightspots and fine dining making it one of the best destinations in the Caribbean to visit. If you are a fan of white sand beaches, your Orlando cruise and stay will offer you chance to visit the beautiful island of St Maarten.
The most famous cruise and stay holiday is offered under virgin holidays. This combines the royal Caribbean cruises with a stay at a major Orlando hotel. For instance, a seven-night full board on royal Caribbean's mariner of the seas is combined with a four night's room only in a three star Orlando hotel. Some cruise and stay options offer you the chance to stay in resorts run by Orlando's famous theme parks. Disney world offers the best resorts in Orlando. Some cruise and stay options offer you a chance to stay at the Walt Disney world resort. This is a huge treat for children. You can also get a cruise and stay package that allows you to stay at the universal Orlando resort. This gives you a chance to experience the exciting theme parks, riders and have an inside view of a working studio.
Just like any other aspect of holidaying planning your cruise and stay holiday will help you reap the most benefits. First, most cruises will take either to western or eastern Caribbean. Deciding on which cruise is best for you is a matter of personal preference therefore you should make your decision before choosing a cruise and stay plan. If you choose a cruise to the eastern Caribbean, you should be prepared for more time on the land and less sailing time since the islands are closely packed. The eastern Caribbean is also perfect if you plan to go shopping while on holiday. If you choose a cruise to the western Caribbean, you should be prepared to spend more time sailing than on land. A western cruise will take you to places such as Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Dominican Republic. Depending on the preferred way of spending your holiday time, you can choose a cruise and stay packaging depending on these factors.