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Spent a LOT of time last week reading reviews and things to do here. First of all ITS NOT a private Island. We personally watched guys walk down the beach and simply walk out of the "private" area after the Carnival guest boarded the tenders....More
This was our first port on the cruise. We tendered to the island. The boat ride was a little rocky (up and down). The color of the water is just stunning. Pack your patience. Lots of people all going the same way. We rented a...More
We were totally disappointed. The air con in the bus was not efficient. It was a very hot ‘bus’ tour.
There’s barely any places of interest & no sweet memories for me to bring home.
If the cruise ship had put in a small clause...More
We loved our visit to Princess Cays. The island was beautiful but rocky. You definitely need water shoes. We rented the bungalow and it was worth every penny. We had a place to keep our belongings since we rented the bungalow. It rained for about...More
Second stop of the 4 nights Carnival cruise. It's a beautiful place. Lunch Buffet was provided by Carnival cruise ship. A lot of of beach chairs but not quite enough. You will have to pay for chairs with shade. Yup, bring water shoes if you...More
Pretty Princess Cays was our first port when we sailed on the Caribbean Princess in early July. This private beach area is owned by the cruise line. Ferry boats shuttled passengers from the ship to the shore. Excursions originated from the information booth, which got...More
We were cruising with Carnival when we took the kids swimming with the Stingrays excursion. They loved it. Got to feed them. Was disappointed that we did not get any pictures of the stingrays. It was enclosed and there were probably 10 or more rays...More
Our Port of Call was Princess Cays which is part of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. We took a tender from our ship, the Carnival Liberty, to the Island. Exiting the tender onto the Island was faily easy. Some of shops on the island allow you...More
I did not encounter any fire ants while on the island either on land or in the water. Depending on what your interest is, there are a few shore excursions. All in all, it’s one of the nicest and cleanest island I have... More
I did not encounter any fire ants while on the island either on land or in the water. Depending on what your interest is, there are a few shore excursions. All in all, it’s one of the nicest and cleanest island I have visited.