Florida cruise packages offer more than the typical vacation. Instead of spending a lot of time planning and opening up your wallet at every turn, you can spend your time having fun. Everything you need to enjoy a relaxing—and exciting—vacation is included. Overnight accommodations are there, along with 24-hour access to dining and a long list of activities on land and sea. Many times, these packages cost less than a la carte vacation, increasing the value without asking you to comprise.
Even cheap cruises have a lot included. Sometimes, short Florida cruises to the Bahamas can cost under $100 a night, and that’s not just for the stateroom. You’ll have full access to the ship’s activities, like live entertainment, swimming and sun bathing, and that’s just the journey at sea. You’ll also have the chance to spend some time on shore for some beach time. Many times, you can add on shore excursions to your Florida cruise packages, so you can pack even more into your vacation. Swimming with the dolphins is always a favorite.
With cruise terminals on both coasts, you have several options from cruises from the Sunshine State. In the north, Jacksonville is the starting point for Bahamas cruises. Many Caribbean cruises begin in Port Canaveral, including the family cruises aboard the Disney Cruise Line. Miami is another popular starting point for cruises all over the Caribbean and Europe as well.
Florida cruise terminals also are available on the Gulf Coast from Tampa. Most of these trips head to the Western Caribbean, with ports of call in Cozumel, Mexico, and the Cayman Islands. No matter where you’re planning on going, booking a package is a smart way to go. After all, cruises prove that getting there is more than half the fun.