Looking for a fun trip for after college graduation! What are thoughts on Caribbean Cruise Lines pricing, accommodations, and destinations? Don’t want anything super expensive and would prefer all inclusive!
Farmville, VA - il y a 2 ans

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Royal Caribbean is amazing! It’s one of my faves if not my fave! You can also go on sites like cruise compete to get the best pricing and perks. You put in the info on where you want to go on which vote for which cruise and they all put in bids. Then you choose who to book with depending on what price/perks you like!
il y a 2 ans
Personally I think that Royal Caribbean in the best cruise line. They may be more expensive than the other cruises but they are totally worth it. The destination depend on the length of the cruise as well. If you want a weekend cruise you typically go to the bahamas. If you want a week cruise then you get to go to other fun places like Mexico.
il y a 2 ans
Carnival is a good cruise line for a starter cruise. Select a newer ship & you’ll have plenty of amenities for the 1 price.  Royal Caribbean tends to have a lot of “buy up” options on the ship which means it not really all inclusive.   Definitely read all the reviews on all the ships before you go.  
il y a 2 ans
I think the best cruise line to go on would be Royal Caribbean and if you want the best pricing for RC I would suggest going to the Bahamas. Also check out redirecting cruises where it starts off in one spot and ends in another. Check them out they have deals all the time.
il y a 2 ans
From my experience a cruise would be a great idea for a graduate. The pricing is affordable although Carnival would be less experience and more young people generally use this cruise line for first time experience and cost. Royal Caribbean is also a great moderate price option. The pricing varies by location and you can also choose different port options to make it more affordable. 
il y a 2 ans