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The Caribbean – What should I take?


With more than 30 Caribbean islands, visitors from across the globe can sample aquamarine waters, gleaming beaches and invigorating nightlife. With mountains to climb, volcanoes to conquer, rainforests to explore and secluded lagoons to discover, there are activities for every vacation.


Whether cruising, or flying, to your Caribbean destination packing is pretty much the same for both.  Your two most important considerations are comfort and practicality.  You should think about what you are going to do and see while on your island/s or while visiting your ports-of-call from your ship such as activities and/or shore excursions.

Before You Go


Vaccines & Health Issues


The Caribbean is a vast string of islands so vaccines that you will need depend heavily on where you're going. 


First and foremost, you will need to visit the CDC - Center for Disease Control’s website for up-to-date requirements and recommendations for destination specific health issues and vaccines.  This site will allow you to search exactly where you are visiting and what will be required of each traveler for vaccines prevalent on each island. 


The tropics often means mosquitoes, making Insect Repellent with DEET a must. Some people prefer to buy bug spray when they arrive, thinking that a local repellent will be more effective against local pests, but this is not always a good plan. Insect repellents in other countries can contain chemicals that have been banned in the United States by the US Food and Drug Administration. If your destination is host to mosquitoes that could carry malaria or the zika disease visit a doctor that specializes in travel medicine or the travel medicine department of a local hospital to learn about health issues in your destination.


Don’t forget to pack your passport as it is needed to travel between most all Caribbean countries and the United States except on closed-loop cruises from a U.S. port.  If you are flying to and from the U.S to any U.S. Territory like Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa you can then present government-issued Identification with your photo [ie: like a Driver’s License] and do not need a passport. Check with your Travel Agent for further information and requirements.

Visit the U.S. Department of State:  Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative: Fact Sheet for more information  US Department of State: Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative: Fact Sheet




When packing for the Caribbean, less is more and consider using a Suitcases with Internal Weight Scale & Wheels. Click to see our recommendation.


When we travel we always both take 2 pieces of luggage each.  One check-in luggage piece and one carry-on piece.  For our check-in luggage piece, we love and prefer the Samsonite Ziplite 3.0, 28", Hardside Spinner wheel Luggage, scratch and abrasion-resistant, easily maneuverable, expandable and 5 stars rated.  This piece of luggage makes it easy to move your tote across runways to the terminal or your ground transportation.

Note…If your current luggage does not have a built-in TSA approved lock on it then it is always advisable to have TSA Approved Luggage Locks to secure your belonging. 


Packing for a tropical vacation is one of the easiest packing chores, since the sun, heat and humidity mean that there is a minimum of bulky clothing to bring. In fact, a simple lightweight Duffel Bag could be perfect for toting your essentials, especially if you will be flying on a smaller plane with limited overhead bin space.


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Due to space limitations on-board interisland flights there may be restrictions on the number of bags allowed per person, and a maximum weight of each bag. Guests also may be required to use only Soft-Sided Luggage rather than Hard-Sided Luggage. It is always advisable to have TSA Approved Luggage Locks to secure your belonging. 

Hard Shelled Luggage with Wheels are becoming all the rage these days due to the protection it lends to your contents…AND considering the way airline employee’s throw your luggage around you may need/want that protection!  


Airline luggage regulations vary between airlines and destinations. Most airlines allow 1 checked-in suitcase not to exceed 50 pounds each, 1 Personal CarryOn like a personal carry-on like a backpack, daypack, briefcase, purse or a beach bag and 1 carry-on piece of luggage not to exceed the airlines height/width limitations.  However, please check with your Travel Agent or your air carrier for more specific, updated details.


Don’t forget to set yourself apart from the rest of the luggage found on the airport carousals with such things like colorful, durable and distinct Luggage Tags, suitcase handle wrappers and/or TSA Approved Lock Straps.  By doing so, you identify your luggage sooner and lessen the risk of someone accidentally grabbing it. 

Don’t Forget to Pack


For your flight we suggest a large Leather Carry-On Bag or Backpack [that will fit under a seat] for all your essentials of things you think you will need. For example, instead of a purse how about a small Travel Document Wallet with RFID as Featured on our Travel BLOG [for all your cash/credit cards/drivers license], travel documents, passports/identification, insurance information, electronics like a Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad, [leave the big computer at home] and their Chargers, external Battery Chargers, sunglasses, smartphone, medications [in their original containers], CLEAR [for TSA Approved Medicine Bag] toiletry bag [hair brush/comb, hair ties, lip balm, lotion], snacks, a change of clothes, underwear, & socks, light sweater or wrap, Inflatable Travel Pillow, smartphone, earphones – [We Love Our Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones - Featured on our Travel BLOG  they block out most all noises even screaming babies]

Don’t leave home without your Best Digital Camera [bring Large Capacity Memory Cards] and/or the Best Video Cameras [bring extra tapes/DVDs], battery chargers and other electrical connector items. Bring ALL appropriate Power Converters, Power Cords, Chargers and Adapters. Extra batteries for all your electronic devices are ‘must have’s] and of course, a Camera Bag with Strap.

Agent Sidenote:  For those whom still want the 35MM Camera's, Most [NOT all] TSA security checkpoints indicate film below 800 ISO should not be affected by the x-rays [but no guarantees] and this includes the film currently. However, this is only for carry-on baggage as it uses a low level of x-radiation.  The high-dose X-ray scan on checked baggage will damage film immediately. We always recommend getting your film hand checked if possible, especially if you’re travels will include multiple x-ray scans. Even if it is below 800 ISO. We prefer to air on the safe side when your sweet analog memories could be at risk. 


To be on the safe side we highly recommend purchasing a Domke FilmGuard Bag to store ALL your film. As once it is damaged you lose everything!  So, why not error on the side of precaution and get the Domke film guard bag. Plus, it is hard to find this film in the island and if you do it is very expensive.

Securely bind all travel documents together with a Waterproof Travel Document Holder with RFID, to fit your tickets, passports, vaccination certificates and travel insurance documents in.


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Make extra copies of your passport, airline tickets and traveler's check numbers. Pack one set of these copies to take with you in case you lose them and leave one set with family or emergency contact. A small daypack is a handy means of carrying travel documents, cameras and everyday items.

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Staying at a Resort or Hotel


‘Dress Like the Locals’ is the best way to think when you are packing to fly to your island destination.  Pack as lightly as possible but be prepared for all the activities in which you are planning to participate in.


If you are flying into your island destination, less is definitely more. Coordinate your wardrobe with mix-and-match pieces in neutral colors that can be dressed up or down and mixed around to create different looks. Travel Accessories help to create that different look with such items as Women's Belts, Scarves, Hats, Solar Shield Sunglasses, Costume Jewelry and good outdoor walking Shoes.  It is highly suggested that you leave your valuable jewelry at home especially if you venture into the city from your resort.  You do not need them. 


Clothing: Bringing a couple of Bathing Suits with Rash Guard - Women  |  Men  are recommended as you will need to dry one suit while wearing the other and in a humid climate wet clothes will take longer to dry. Resort wear recommended for Men T-shirts, casual shirts like a Tommy Bahamas, Sandals or Slip-on Loafers, Flip-Flops, Board Shorts, Dress Shorts, Belt, Ankle Socks, Tennis or Casual Shoes, baseball hat is all about what you will need.  For Women Lightweight Airy Women’s Blouses, lightweight t-shirts, Sarongs, Tunic Cover-ups, Large Floppy Hat, Sandals and flip-flops are acceptable attire for the beach, pool or hanging around your resort.  Don’t forget the kids!  You can just emulate their clothing to what the adults are wearing, and you will be just fine.  Also, if you like to workout in the gym throw in your Workout Gear and then you can let your workout shoes pull double-duty as your walking shoes when you go into town.


Many Caribbean countries have more modest dress customs in day-to-day life such as Long Skirts, Maxi-Dresses, and longer shorts.  Capri Pants and light three-quarter length or long sleeve shirts are also acceptable. These keep you cool while protecting you from the sun and biting insects.  Clothes with Embedded UV Protection are ideal. 


For sightseeing or eating dinner in town, you need to be more covered up. Especially in churches and nice restaurants. For the men lightweight sleeved shirts, collared short-sleeve shirts, lightweight pants, walking shoes or slip-on shoes. Resort Wear for Men. For the women: skirts, skorts, sundresses and sandal or walking shoes are more appropriate than shorts and flip-flops. Resort Wear for Women. In fact, if you go into churches you may be required to cover your head, shoulders and/or knees.

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Before you bury your toes into the warm white sandy beach or settle into that lounge chair by the pool, let’s talk about the Large Beach Bag or Tote Bag  must-haves. Some of the essentials for this bag are your Kindle e-Reader, a Paperback Book, Reading Glasses, Insulated Water Bottle - Featured on our Travel BLOG, smartphone with Pre-Downloaded Music, a good set of Earphones or Headset, Ouai Hair Oil - This rich oil will protect your hair (especially if it’s been color treated) from the salty seawater and damaging sun and nourish it. Sunblock and Lip Balm with SPF, Cool Sunglasses with 100% UVA, Wristlet or Waterproof Neck Pouch for your phone, cash, and/or credit cards to make that quick food run – [unless you are at an All-Inclusive Resort]. Here are other unique ideas for your bag…don’t you just hate it when sand gets all over your drink cup at the beach?  Consider picking up a couple of Personalized Beach Spikers-Check them Out!. A must-have item is a Waterproof External Battery Charger for your phone, Tablet or Portable Computer.  Posting your pictures to the Internet, emailing, playing music and playing online game will drain your phone/computer battery in no time, so make sure you have at least 2 [if not more] of these.

The resorts have lots of pool & beach towels but if you can manage it we recommend an extra BIG Beach Towel [Turkish Towels dry well]. Oh, and don’t forget to take your large Floppy Hat to keep the sun off your face, chest, neck and shoulders. 


For the kids, while on the beach or at the pool, you will need a Child’s Sun Hat, Sand Toys, Beach Blanket, Children’s Swim Safety Vest and Kids’ Inflatable Tube & Pool Toys.

For the beach we recommend that you take Baby Powder [travel bottles are perfect if you are taking the kids] as it can be handy in removing sand easily off your body, scalp, hair and from the bathing suit elastic area.  Placing a small bottle in your tote bag or leaving some just outside your room door comes in handy for removing the sand on your feet before going inside.

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Some island’s topography offers you the ability to take a hike into a preserve, mountain range or around a sleepy volcano so a sturdy pair of Hiking Boots - Mens - Womens, sun or hiking hat and a Collapsible Walking Stick that can fit into your luggage are suggested.


Divers may wish to bring some of their own personal equipment especially if it fits specifically for them such as their own Wetsuits or Diver Suits, BCD - Buoyancy Control Device, Dive Masks, Dive Boots, Divers Regulator, Divers Knife – [which must be packed in your checked luggage at the airport], underwater camera or the NEW GoPro Hero7 - Featured on our Travel BLOG & Session Divers Mask, Divers Watch, Diver Fins, Divers Flashlight with extra batteries, quick dry gear bag, as well as dive certification cards. Check with the airlines for any restrictions on your gear.


Snorkelers you should consider bring your own snorkel equipment that fit you specially such as your Snorkel Mask - Featured on Our Travel BLOG and Snorkel Flippers, with a Quick Dry Gear Bag to contain it all within. By bringing your own equipment this will help in maintaining a sterile environment to keep you healthy especially being so far away from home.


For kayaking around on calm, near-shore waters, you don’t need a pile of gear.  Most can be rented at your Caribbean resort or a nearby rental house.  You will need a Dry Bag for your personal items and a signaling whistle in case, you need to call for help. Rash guard shirts are recommended over your board shorts or swimsuit, Water Shoes or Sandals we recommend Aleader Brand Water Shoes, sun-shielding hat with a hat retainer leash, and sunglasses.  


Stand up Paddle Boarding - Heading out on the water for a day of recreational paddling on calm water or a guided tour, you really need very little essential gear. That said, these suggestions will help you plan the clothing and other items that can make your experience more comfortable and fun.  Although you will be renting these items while on vacation, here are those in case you fall in love with the Paddle Board pastime back a home. The Paddle Board, Paddle, Board Leash, Life Vest - We recommend the Onyx M-16 Belt Pack Manual Inflatable Life Jacket for Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Kayaking and Fishing.  However, you will need for warm weather and warm water (>70°F), clothing that dries quickly.  It is recommended that you have a Rash Guard or other Sun-Protective Shirt, Board Shorts or Mens - Womens Swimsuit, water shoes, neoprene booties or sandals, Sun-shielding hat and a hat retainer leash to your hat doesn’t get blown off your head and, in the water, while you are standing up.

Golfers – Many of the Caribbean islands are a golfer’s paradise.  Bring those Golf Clubs with you in an Airline Approved Golf Bag with Wheels (click the link to see our recommendation) for easy hauling. Some resorts offer unlimited golfing at nearby courses, but you will need to schedule those tee-times.

Regardless of cloud cover, a day in the Caribbean is a day of sun exposure. So, wearing clothing with UPF Rated Golf Clothing is a wise choice (plus Sunscreen for reflected UV radiation).

Caribbean Insects

Consider packing a small, Battery-Powered Personal Mosquito Repeller (Click the link to see our recommendation) that can be clipped onto your clothing, beach chair or beach blanket. Wear lightweight light-colored long-sleeved pants and shirts in the evening.

Avoid any seaweed piles on the beaches both in the mornings and evening hours as they contain biting sand fleas. During these times, especially you should wear Water Shoes while walking on the beach to avoid getting bites.  When you go back to your room take off your shoes before entering your room and leave them outside if you can – or, place them in a bag or container in which you can seal off to contain the creatures. Hydro Cortisone Ointment is a must have when in the Caribbean to ease the effects of those little pests.


Cruising the Caribbean

Some people actually do ‘Sail off into the sunset’ as a preferred way of taking a vacation.  So, cue the calypso music and come on-board your ride on the high blue sea’s. You will be taken to many different islands to discover new worlds, foods, different cultures and much more. So Matie…get your Pirate on!!!


Highly Recommended:  Before we get started with talking about essentials for your cruise I strongly suggest you read the text from the very beginning above as it addresses issues of Before You Go’, ‘Passports’, ‘Luggage’, & ‘Don’t Forget to Pack’ which I will not be repeating here.  Reading ‘Staying at a Resorts/Hotels’ may benefit you also as there is unique information there that could help you in preparing for your cruise AND while in your Ports-of-Call.



When packing for the Caribbean it is recommended to use a Suitcase with Spinner Wheels or a Large Tote with Wheels.  This could be very important in saving your back as you may have to tote your own bag/s across the airport and/or pier parking lots.  Once at the pier be sure your Cruise lines Luggage Tags are now attached.  If you have no ability to securely attach these tags just ask a porter to assist. It is standard to tip the porter $1/bag they take from you.


Packing for a tropical vacation is one of the easiest packing chores, since the sun, heat and humidity mean that there is a minimum of bulky clothing to bring.


Hard Shelled Luggage with Spinner Wheels are recommended, especially if you are flying to the port of embarkation.  These hard cases lend protection to your contents…AND considering the way airline employee’s throw your luggage around these days you may need/want that protection!  It is always advisable to have TSA Approved Luggage Locks to secure your belonging. 


Airline luggage regulations vary between airlines and destinations. Most airlines allow 1 checked-in suitcase not to exceed 50 pounds each, 1 - Personal Carry-On like a Backpack, Briefcase or Purse that can fit under the seat in front of you and 1 carry-on piece of luggage not to exceed the airlines height/width limitations.  Please check with your Travel Agent or your air carrier for more specific, updated details.


Don’t forget to set yourself apart from the rest of the luggage found on the airport carousals or in the cruiselines luggage bins with such things like colorful, durable and Distinct Luggage Tags, suitcase handle wrappers and/or TSA Approved Straps.  By doing so, you identify your luggage sooner and lessen the risk of someone accidentally grabbing it. 

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When flying [or driving] into your embarkation port we recommend you pack a Carry-On Bag or Backpack with all your essentials like cruise boarding doc’s & travel documents, passports/identification, your Clutch Purse with RFID and strap or Crossbody Purse, medications, Sunblock, Mens & Womens Sunglasses, brush/comb, Swimsuit, Mens & Womens Sandals or Deck shoes…[note: flip-flops around wet decks will cause you to slip and fall] & Cover-up, smartphone, Kindle, iPad or Tablet PC along with all their chargers. Once you arrive to catch your ship you will turn your over luggage to the ship’s porters and will not see it again until later in the afternoon or early evening when it is delivered to your cabin.  Be sure to have your airline & cruise lines luggage tags filled out completely and on the baggage. 


With your carry-on bag in-hand you will check-in at the pier and board your ship. Then if you want to lay by the pool you can find a public bathroom and change clothes. Most people head to the buffet, so it will be crowded. So, grab a drink on the Lido deck [pool deck] and let your vacation to paradise begin. 


However, there are other essentials you will need to consider such as Underwater Cameras [if you plan on snorkeling or scuba diving], Digital Camera and/or Video Camcorder, extra batteries for them, extra film, tapes/DVD’s, Memory Sticks etc. You will want the ability to catch as many memories as you can while on your vacation.  Make sure you have enough film, memory sticks or media with you when you leave home as you may not be able to find more on the islands. If you do it will be very expensive.

Cruise Packing for the Caribbean


We've got your cruise essentials covered here.  But, first ask yourself…How many days will you spend ‘at sea’ on the ship? --- 2, 3, 4 or more?  Well, just know that you can literally spend the entire day in your Bathing Suit, Sandals & Cover-up if you wish so packing requires almost no wardrobe. 


The essential clothes for your Caribbean cruise are things like 2 to 3 bathing suits and cover-ups, casual shoes, sandals, shorts, T-shirts, slacks, sundresses, pajamas, Womens Casual Resort Wear for evening dining, Workout Clothes & Tennis Shoes and undergarments. Basically…That’s it! Same for the kids – depending, of course, on their ages – not much in clothing is needed. 


For the kids, while at the pool, you will need a Child’s Sun Hat, Children’s Swim Safety Vest, Swim Diapers if they are not potty trained, Kids’ Slip-on Shoes or Children’s Sandals, Kids’ Sunglasses and Kid's Sunscreen. For port days if you take the family to the beach be sure to take their sand toys, a beach blanket, sunscreen and kids’ inflatable floats.  Just make note that most cruise ships will not let the kids play with pool toys or inflatable toys in their pools so they must stay in the cabin until you get into port.

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For your cabin you may want to consider taking a Sound Machine (Click link to see our recommendation) to block out any external noises from the partying adults passing by your cabin door or the loud kids running up and down in the hallways.  Remember, you are there to rest and relax which mean you can sleep in or let the kids sleep soundly through the night. Taking a Multi-Plug Power Strip or plug with you may be an item you want to throw into your suitcase, depending on the number of electronics you are taking with you. There are only usually 2 outlets in the cabins with one in the bathroom and one in the room usually near the TV. 

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Cruiselines Dress Code

We are often asked [and not necessarily from the first-time cruisers] by our clients what to wear for dinner on a cruise ship, but more importantly, what do others wear to dinner? The answers are wide and varied depending on the individual cruise lines. 

Just about every cruise line has a dress code of some type and most offer ‘formal night/s’ during their cruise itineraries - (Except for the occasional nudist charter, they all at least agree that clothing is required!).  But, from there on, dress codes range from those where dressing for dinner means putting on a clean T-shirt to those where any one not in a gown or tuxedo might as well be wearing nothing at all.  This is where your Travel Agent would be able to guide you.

As an example, most Luxury cruise lines formal-nights consist of Men’s Suits and Silk Ties & Women’s Cocktail Dresses or Gowns. Most Cruise Lines allow for Collared Dress Shirts and Mens Slacks where women can attend with Mid Length Dress or Pants Suit. Daily dress code is "Country-Club or Resort Casual"; acceptable daily attire includes Sportswear, Golf Shirts, Golf Shorts, for men and Sportswear, Women's Shorts, Casual Dresses, Sundresses, Skirts and Skorts. No Jeans are allowed in most restaurants during the evening.

Whereas, the more contemporary lines are more relaxed and casual.  Their formal nights are less formal.  They allow anything from new non-torn jeans to a more of a country-club casual attire like men’s slacks, open-collar dress shirts, sport jacket, slip-on loafers. For women sundresses, pantsuits, dresses and flat shoes, and for those cool evenings a Shawl or Sweater.  

If you are celebrating a special occasion while on-board such as a wedding, honeymoon or anniversary then the men’s and women’s formal attire may be something you will want to opt for such as a Tuxedo, men’s suit and ties. For the women long formal gowns, cocktail dresses, dressy pantsuits and High Heel Shoes. See links above for recommended products.

Unfortunately, it's impossible to predict just how much you'll get away with on any particular night on the ship, or exactly what your fellow passengers will actually be wearing. Enforcement really comes down to the whim of whomever is standing at the dining room door at that moment.  What we can share you is what each cruise line suggests you should wear. 


Bathing suits, tunic covers, T-shirts and sandals are acceptable attire for the deck pools or hanging out around the ship.

Health & Safety


Sun Protection and Sunburn Care

Bring plenty of sunscreen and reapply it often. Using a higher SPF than you usually do at home is a good idea. A Wide-Brimmed Hat, Sunglasses, Rash Guard shirts and Bathing Suit Cover-Ups to throw on will also protect against sunburn. Pack Aspirin or Ibuprofen to help with pain relief if you do get a sunburn and Aloe, Moisturizing Cream or Hydrocortisone Cream to help soothe your damaged skin.

We are a big advocate of Mineral Sunscreen’s rather than chemical sunscreens. The waterproof versions are much better than they used to be; easier to rub on without being greasy. Some even come in sprays. In our experience they stay on a bit longer and protect better.

Moreover, some destinations are prohibiting sunscreens with oxybenzone and octinoxate because they harm essential coral reefs. So mineral sunblock’s are better for the environment, too. We carry a Mineral Sunblock Stick, too, because it’s easier to apply to the face. Lip Balm with SPF is essential. It’s easy to forget that lips can get sunburnt, too. And in a pinch, you can apply it to noses and ears, too

A Travel Kit is recommended which should contain basic first-aid supplies and OTC medications such as painkillers, antihistamines, Motion Sickness Medication (Meclazine) (Wrist Band Devices), allergy medicines, remedies for an upset stomach and so on. For a first-aid kit already packed with the basic supplies you may need we recommend purchasing a First Aid Travel Kit in the size appropriate for the size of your family’s needs, especially if you have kids.  They are so inexpensive these days and so portable, for land or sea, it is worth it.


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If you become injured or ill while on your cruise the doctor on the ship will need your medical health card as most all medical services are not free.  It is highly recommended that when first booking your cruise vacation you purchase Travel Protection Insurance for everyone from your Travel Agent as most all Insurance policy do not cover International medical care or medical services.  


Insect Repellent with DEET (Click link to see our recommendation)is also a must as most of the Caribbean is under threat of the Zika disease. This is even more important if you are pregnant, looking to become pregnant and for your sexual mate. If you wear sunscreen it is advisable to first apply the sunscreen and then apply the repellent on top of it.  Wearing light-colored long sleeves and lightweight slacks will also offer you the protection you may need.


As with all foreign travel, it's a good idea to make sure that your routine vaccines are up-to-date. These are the vaccinations that you should have had as a child - including the Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine and vaccines for chickenpox, polio and Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis. If you're travelling with children, make sure that they have had their routine vaccines, and check with your doctor to see whether you're due for a booster. 


Please check the CDC – Center for Disease Control website to see if where you are going to is affected.

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In closing, when you're thinking about what to pack for your Caribbean cruise, remember to leave room in your luggage for the souvenirs you're sure to find along the way. You will surely want to take home authentic Caribbean crafts, spices, and all sorts of unique treasures.

Knowing how to pack for a Caribbean cruise is important; after all, you'll want to be prepared for all the adventures you'll have.


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