Blue waters and green rocky hills welcome you to Labadee, Haiti. This beautiful part of the world is a stop on many of our Caribbean cruises – and you could find a deal for less than you might think with Cruise 1st Australia.
Take a look at our Caribbean cruise deals page for some of the latest cruises visiting Labadee, or read on to find out more about the resort.
Labadee is a private resort owned by Royal Caribbean International, meaning you’ll only be able to stop here on a Royal Caribbean Cruise. That’s no bad thing – these cruises also stop at a range of stunning destinations around the Caribbean and further afield.
As you might expect of a private resort, Labadee is fairly tourist-focused, but no less a great place to visit. You’ll have the chance to try out some watersports, buy souvenirs from the locals, visit the flea markets and, of course, take a look at the luscious scenery.
A vibrant blue sea is surrounded by rocky cliffs covered by fauna – a truly calming sight while you’re relaxing in your beach lounger. Waiters will bring drinks to you on the beach, while the kids play in the sand.
And it’s worth mentioning that by visiting Labadee you are also helping a very poor country. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the Americas and is yet to fully recover from the devastating earthquake of 2010. Your tourist money goes a long way here.
Book your Labadee cruise deal
To find the latest cruises visiting Labadee, check out our Caribbean cruise deals page. We regularly update our deals, so if you can’t see a cruise that suits you, be sure to check back later. You can also use the cruise search to find other deals we might have missed.
But for now, take a look at our hand-picked selection of some of the best cruise deals visiting Labadee:
Cruising on Quantum of the Seas
11th January 2015 for 12 nights
This cruise sets off from Cape Liberty and visits Labadee, San Juan, Philipsburg, Fort de France, Bridgetown, Basseterre, and finally back to Cape Liberty.
Western Caribbean (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Oasis of the Seas
6th November 2014 for 11 nights
This trip begins with a flight from Australia to Fort Lauderdale, where your cruise begins. From there you’ll visit Labadee, Falmouth, Cozumel and back to Fort Lauderdale, before your return flight to Australia.
West & East Caribbean (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Freedom of the Seas
5th November 2014 for 20 nights
After a flight from Australia, your cruise begins in Orlando. You’ll visit Port Canaveral, Labadee, Falmouth, George Town, Cozumel, Port Canaveral, CocoCay, Charlotte Amalie, Philipsburg and once again to Port Canaveral.
Image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit:Jorge In Brazil