A day in Labadee, Haiti

Labadee, Haiti is known by cruisers for one thing – an fun packed day at the beach.  Royal Caribbean stops by this port usually on it’s Western Caribbean itineraries, and it’s definitely worth getting off the ship for.  The sand is powder fine, the waters a crystal clear teal color and the adventure is non-stop in this port.

 

Whether you are snorkeling the reefs, paddle boarding, kayaking, or zip lining over the ocean, one thing is for certain – this beach day has something for everyone.

If you just want to hand out and soak up the sun, take it to the next level and rent a bungalow overlooking the water.  You get private bar service, a cooler, fan and separate entrance to the water.

The locals are friendly and Royal Caribbean’s barbeque lunch delicious.  The activities are just a short walk from the docked ship and everyone can find a spot.  Don’t worry about not getting a float (can be rented for $12 – ship charge) or beach chair – there are plenty to go around.  And if you are staying in one of the suites, even better – there is a private beach and area with facilities and food just for you!

 

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all photos taken by Ingrid Blackburn

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About Ingrid

I am an avid crafter, foodie, and travel expert! When I'm not writing about travel or visiting amazing places, I blog on rubber stamping and other paper crafts. I'm a huge baseball and ski enthusiast and love spending time outdoors.

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