Ready to hear more about Port Adventures you can enjoy on a Disney Cruise Line cruise from Texas starting September 22?
Alright, well I saved the best for last – at least in my opinion! Today it’s all about the Caribbean waters again, but this time we’ll go below the surface! Whether you know how to swim or not, want to stay dry or splash around, there are many options that will delight the young and young at heart in the ports visited during a seven-night Western Caribbean cruise out of Galveston, Texas.
Grand Cayman – Atlantis Submarine Expedition – Discover the reefs and creatures that reside on the near shore waters when you voyage on the largest commercial passenger submarine in the world to depths of up to 100 feet: a must on everyone’s bucket list!
Costa Maya – Beach Power Snorkel – Love snorkeling and want to take it to a whole new level? Try power-snorkeling! With the use of an underwater scooter you glide easily through the waters to get up-close and personal with friendly underwater friends!
Cozumel – Xplor Park – Thrill seekers can travel to mainland Mexico and visit the Xplor Park. With many attractions including a jaw-dropping zip line, the underground river system and caves, it is a sight to behold and a landmark of the region’s natural features.
Thanks again for following my posts about all the fun there is at every destination visited by Disney Cruise Line. No matter where you go or what ship you choose, always remember: when the ship’s in port, venture ashore!
Read more about Disney Cruise Line sailings from Galveston, Texas, in the posts below:
I live less than 25 miles from Galveston, TX… and I SOOOOO want to go on this cruise. (SIGHS) Someday!