Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Dustin Olsen
During this last winter, some friends of mine decided that we would read all of the Harry Potter books… watch all of the movies… and celebrate by going to Harry Potter World in Universal Studio Orlando! We had such a great time there and so much fun, but we knew before we even got there that the magic just couldn’t stop there. Some of us booked a cruise out of Port Canaveral to the Eastern Caribbean.

We set sail on the Carnival Breeze to four different Caribbean ports: Amber Cove, St. Thomas, Old San Juan, and Grand Turk.

In Amber Cove we went to the Waterfalls of Damajagua – which is highly recommended and very much an adventure! Take water shoes with you, though.

In St. Thomas we did some classic snorkeling to check out some sea turtles trotting along. Plus got to see some cool fish around some corral.

For Old San Juan, we just got off the ship and walked around ourselves without the need for an excursion. In close walking distance we were able to visit 2 of the fortresses there. If you have a National Parks pass, 4 people can get in for free. Pretty good deal for a day on the town.

Grand Turk still has some of the best beaches in I think. You don’t need much more than a beach chair, umbrella, and sunscreen. I took my snorkel mask with me and went exploring.

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Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Amber Cove

St. Thomas

Grand Turk

San Juan

Port Canaveral

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Carnival Breeze – Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Dustin Olsen

Mastermind behind DustinOlsen.com. When no one is telling me what to do or where to be, you'll find me outside (hopefully flying my drone) soaking up some sun.