11 Feb Discover the highlights of the Caribbean with the Carnival Horizon
Caribbean dreams come true! Because the Carnival Horizon invites to paradisiacal cruises in the Caribbean. Explore countless white beaches, turquoise waters and diverse culture and culinary delights. Enjoy the endless expanse of the ocean and the view of the dazzling sea from the cabin.
The Carnival Horizon
The Carnival Horizon did its maiden voyage only in April 2018, making it one of the most modern cruise ships in the world alongside the Carnival Vista. On a length of 324 metres and on the 15 passenger decks, up to 4,000 guests can be accommodated with double occupancy. There are also 1,450 crew members, three swimming pools, six whirlpool and spa areas, a minigolf course, a football and basketball court, a volleyball court, high ropes course, SkyRide, the WaterWorks water park, a fitness centre, several cinemas and bars with live music. There are of course 14 restaurants for your physical well-being.
Eight Nights Southern Caribbean to Curaçao
Eight nights from Miami to the ABC islands of Aruba and Curaçao are available from 651 euros per person. The prices depend of course on the season. In the attractive balcony cabins and suites on the upper decks they are usually higher, but the more sea view and luxury is worth it. For a booking until 31.03.2019 even an extra on-board credit is included.
The Caribbean dream destinations
Carnival Cruise Line is headquartered in Miami, so it is only natural that routes to the South Caribbean begin and end there. Florida is not only a dream for bathers, but also for inline skaters, joggers and cyclists.
With the eight-day journey through the Caribbean, vacationers can expect breathtaking hours on Grand Turk and in the Dominican Republic. Also the ABC islands may not be missing with a Karibikreise. With their unique flair and diversity, the islands of Curaçao and Aruba are a special stop on a Carnival Horizon cruise.
From 9 March 2019, there will be eight nights South Caribbean from and to Miami via Grand Turk, La Romana in the Dominican Republic and via the Dutch islands Curaçao and Aruba. Read more about the dream journey through the Caribbean here.
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