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Three Ways to Explore History and Culture on a Disney Cruise from Texas

posted on August 14th, 2012 by Arnaldo Zanonato, Port Adventures Manager


Hello everyone! I am back to tell you more about the fun you can experience in the ports visited during a 7-night Western Caribbean Disney cruise out of Galveston, Texas.

I already told you about the best adventures to splash in the sun, and today it’s all about exploring the local culture and history!

Learn About Grand Cayman's Culture, Architecture and Unique Ecosystem on a Disney Cruise

Grand Cayman – Discover Native Cayman & the Saltwater Forest – Learn about Grand Cayman’s culture, architecture and one of the most unique ecosystems on earth: the mangroves! Don’t forget to keep an eye out for the shore birds and iguanas!

Visit One of Many Mayan Archeological Sites During a Trip to Costa Maya with Disney Cruise Line

Costa Maya – Chacchoben Mayan Ruins – No trip to the Yucatan Peninsula is complete without an awe-inspiring visit to one of the many Mayan archeological sites. The Chacchoben ruins near Costa Maya are a great example of this lost civilization and we offer family and adult-only departures, another proof that Disney Cruise Line has something for everyone!

Enjoy Mexican Cuisine During a Trip to Cozumel with Disney Cruise Line

Cozumel – Mexican Cuisine Workshop & Tasting – Who doesn’t like Mexican cuisine? This tour combines a great workshop of some of the most iconic Mexican dishes with some relaxing time to play in the sun!

Whether you are traveling with young cruisers or your party is made up only of adults, learning about the culture of each destination you visit is one of the main reasons why people love traveling. That’s why I always say, when the ship’s in port, venture ashore!

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