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September 30, 2018

Cruise Disney World Vacation Guide

Experiencing the magic of Disney at Disneyland
Resort, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort
Paris is something that is rarely forgotten as a
child or as an adult. With a Disney cruise, you
can now recapture that magic on board one of
Disney's elite cruise ships. There are several
exotic Caribbean cruise routes to choose from,
and with a spread of onboard entertainment for
all the family it is a cruise that will live long
in the memory of the young and the young at heart.

All Disney cruises depart from Port Canaveral in
Florida through Disney Cruise Lines, and take
guests out on a voyage of the Caribbean. Short
3-night cruises are catered for as well as 7 night
cruises that encompass a larger number of ports
around the Western Caribbean and Eastern Caribbean.

A typical three or four night Disney cruise takes
guests out into the Bahamas, and includes a visit to
the sun-drenched beaches of Nassau. Shore excursion
include a magical tour to the Discover Atlantis
attraction, which is home to more than 120,000 fish.

A 7-night Western Caribbean Disney cruise adds Key
West, Grand Cayman and the island of Cozumel near
Mexico to the list of port stops. At each location
a huge variety of shore excursions are offered for
both adults and kids.

On a 7-night Eastern Caribbean Disney cruise, the
Bahamas, and the islands of St Maarten and St Thomas
are incorporated into the itinerary. Again, just as
with the Western Caribbean Disney cruise you will
have a choice of many excellent excursion options
too. But, no matter which cruise route you choose
there is one common port of call – Castaway Island.

Castaway Island is Disney's own private island. It
is located near the island of Abacco at the northern
end of the Bahamas, and is a true Never Land. Here
you can explore paradise – secluded white sandy
beaches, warm shallow waters and coconut-laden palm
tree groves await, along with a whole host of
exciting activities. You can try your hand at
snorkeling while on the island, or go on a kayak
nature adventure. The glass-bottomed boat tour is
sure worth an hour and a half of your time on the
island too.

Of course, as you would expect from a corporation
like Disney, sumptuous catering is on offer on the
island and on board the cruise vessel at all times.
Days at sea are a pleasure too with so many activities
to keep adults and kids entertained for weeks!

And, when you're done watching one of Disney's original
stage shows, taking your kids to meet Snow White or
enjoying a spot of wine tasting (adults only!), you can
kick back in the luxurious surroundings of your cabin
or relax on the pool deck and soak up some glorious
Caribbean sunshine.



Source by John Metcalfe

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