On a sun-drenched cruise to Jamaica and Grand Cayman with Celebrity, you can sip cool cocktails as you unwind on some of the world’s most legendary beaches. See wildlife from both afar and up close as you venture into tropical rainforests and mountains. Enjoy fresh-caught seafood cooked in traditional West Indian style, with spices and flavors that treat your taste buds with every bite.

Enjoy the welcoming hospitality of Jamaica in the historic port of Falmouth, one of the country’s best-preserved Georgian-era towns. From here, you can drift along the White River on a tubing excursion, or cool off in the cascading Dunn’s River Falls. In Grand Cayman, take a rum distillery tour and swim alongside stingrays on an exhilarating adventure. Rejuvenate your spirits and enjoy the vacation you deserve on a Grand Cayman and Jamaica cruise.

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Falmouth, Jamaica

Falmouth is a historic city on Jamaica’s north coast, close to Montego Bay. Take a walking tour of Water Square, which has been the town’s center of trade and commerce since the early 1800s. Ride a traditional horse and buggy and tour through the town’s landmark sites before paying a visit to the historic Falmouth Courthouse. Taste Jamaica’s famous rum and sample spicy jerk chicken. Or simply relax on the warm, white sands and cool off in the crystal-clear water.

George Town, Grand Cayman

George Town is a charming colonial capital that anchors most of the financial, commercial, and tourism industry on Grand Cayman Island. Dine on fresh conch salad on West Bay Drive before strolling along the palm-lined shores of the famous Seven Mile Beach. Head off on an exciting tour of the underground Crystal Caves, set amid dense tropical forest. Join a rum tasting and distillery tour, or encounter docile stingrays on a boat tour to Stingray City.

Oranjestad, Aruba

Colorful, compact Oranjestad is the capital of Dutch-owned Aruba. Learn about the island’s past in the Historical Museum, housed in a 19th-century fort. Visit the Butterfly Farm to admire these delicate creatures flitting through a lush, tropical garden, or join a diving expedition to explore some of the wrecks around the island. Drive across the desert-like interior in a 4x4, and be sure to stop at the dazzling Eagle Beach for a dip in the aquamarine shallows.

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