Wondering where to take a cruise to in 2020? Royal Caribbean recently sent out an email with their top six cruise ports to visit this year.
Here is a look at Royal Caribbean’s top six cruise ports to visit in 2020.
6. Cozumel – One of the most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean, nearly every cruise to the Western Caribbean makes a stop in Cozumel, Mexico. Over 3 million cruise passengers a year visit the port.
From the pristine coral reefs and endless beaches to the plentiful shopping in town, Cozumel has something for everyone. Oh, and there is even something for the Indiana Jones in you if you want to explore some archaeological sites. Read: 20 Best Things to Do in Cozumel
5. Barcelona – You’d be hard pressed to find a better cruise port in the world to visit or cruise out of than Barcelona. It’s the perfect city for a pre or post cruise visit for cruises to Europe.
Cruise Fever has put together a video not only showing you the top 10 things to do in Barcelona, but also tips when visiting the city.
Video: Top 10 Things to Do in Barcelona
4. St. John’s Antigua – Candy-colored shops, sweeping harbor views and lush rainforest canopies make this pick picture-perfect. Lobster lunch and rum punch round out the full island experience.
3. Roatan – An island off the coast of Honduras, Roatan features one of the best coral reefs in the world. The iconic Blue Channel is a must for snorkeling and Pigeon Cay is the perfect secluded retreat to relax and recharge.
2. Ketchikan, Alaska – The Last Frontier is more than snow-capped peaks. On a cruise to Ketchikan you can visit the Misty Fjords, take a trip on a Bering Sea crab fishing boat, hike a national rainforest, various wildlife tours, and view bears on Price of Wales Island.
1. Perfect Day at CocoCay – Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas, CocoCay is now the ultimate cruise line private island for fun in the sun.
From the tallest water slide in North America to the only over the water cabanas in the Bahamas, there’s something for everyone. There’s pristine beaches, a waterpark, a huge freshwater swimming pool, and the island now has a pier for docking.
Only Royal Caribbean cruise ships stop at CocoCay and it’s the cruise line’s number one cruise port to visit in 2020.