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Royal Caribbean’s private islands bring the best of ocean-going fun to its guests, on both land and sea

Theses stunning subtropical islands, most uninhabited, and all fringed by spectacular coral and fathomless ocean trenches, offer a unique experience, whether it is the diverse adventures along these islands or the picturesque nature and the tranquil beachside hideaway surrounded by lush tropical landscapes.

A long-time favourite port of call for guests sailing on select Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries, Labadee is a 260-acre wooded peninsula at Pointe Ste. Honore about six miles from Cap Haïtien on the mountainous and secluded northern coast of Haiti. Discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus, Labadee was later used as a trading post by visiting ships and their crews.  The peninsula has been restored since the time of the buccaneers and now features abundant activities for people of all ages.


Soar to new heights within five adventurous neighbourhoods; the Adrenaline Beach, Columbus Cove, Buccaneer’s Bay, Nellie’s Beach and Labadee Town Square. Perfect for the adrenaline junkies, Labadee is brimming with action-packed activities, including the Dragon’s Breath Flight Line, which at 2,600 feet is the longest zip line in the world over water, giving guests a rush while soaring 500 feet high overviewing the beaches, or the Dragon’s Tail Coaster, a thrilling high-speed ride zipping through 2,232 feet of the destination’s tropical flora and rock formations. In addition to this, the island features the exhilarating 300-foot long saltwater slide, Dragon’s Splash, located in Columbus Cove. The protected cove also boasts one of the largest aqua parks in the Caribbean.

Take a dip in the translucent waters splashing on the white sandy beaches of the lush-greenery-filled CocoCay island, stretching along 140 acres of the Bahamas’ Berry Island chain between Freeport and Nassau. The tropical oasis, previously known as Little Stirrup Cay, is exclusive to Royal Caribbean’s guests. the island features a variety of exciting activities including snorkelling, kayaking, boating and jet-skiing. Families can also visit Caylana’s Aqua Park, a fun-filled floating playground for kids of all ages complete with floating sand castles, in-water trampolines and a log roll. Soak in unforgettable views while parasailing 400 feet above the island.

CocoCay is an eco-certified private destination awarded a Gold-Level Eco-Certification by Sustainable Travel International™ for its environmentally-friendly activities and tours. Guests can explore the island through guided nature walks or simply unwind in a hammock or enjoy the seaside BBQ.

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