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Carnival Destiny (RETIRED) 28 Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern
Experience: 2-3 cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 2

Overall Rating:

4 out of 5
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Carnival Destiny (RETIRED) 28

7 Night Southern Caribbean (San Juan Roundtrip)

Sail Date: January 28, 2007

Ship: Carnival Destiny (RETIRED) 28

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled As: Couple

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Review Summary

Very nice cruise.

Ports Of Call

Castries, St. Lucia

3 out of 5
We did the canopy tour through the rain forest, which definitely was not as scary as everybody made it out to be. A good roller coaster is much scarier than this. It was still a cool experience though, and the tour after the canopy zip line tour was nice because we got to see a lot of the island. There are merchants everywhere though.

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

5 out of 5
St Thomas was the best port on this cruise mostly because it is the most well off island in the group. There is a ton to do and a ton to see. Coki Beach was wonderful and the snorkling was great there too. We saw a lot of beautiful fish.
Don't Miss: St Thomas Skyride to Paradise Point

Roseau, Dominica

5 out of 5
This is definitely the poorest island of the group, but the rain forest is the best and they have quite a bit of natural beauty on the island.
Don't Miss: Trafalgar Falls

St. John's, Antigua

3 out of 5
We didn't see the beaches of Antigua because we were sick, but we did visit Devil's Bridge, which was very cool. The island is flat and there are poor areas as well. Doesn't have as much natural beauty as some of the others. There are run down areas. There are a TON of goats on this island! The merchants and hair braiders at the dock are everywhere and can be obnoxious.

Bridgetown, Barbados

3 out of 5
Commercialized too, but we had some good shopping and also snorkled at Carlisle Bay with the sunken ships, but some of the ships were a little too deep, so it was hard to see.

Roseau, Dominica

5 out of 5
This is definitely the poorest island of the group, but the rain forest is the best and they have quite a bit of natural beauty on the island.
Don't Miss: Trafalgar Falls

Castries, St. Lucia

3 out of 5
We did the canopy tour through the rain forest, which definitely was not as scary as everybody made it out to be. A good roller coaster is much scarier than this. It was still a cool experience though, and the tour after the canopy zip line tour was nice because we got to see a lot of the island. There are merchants everywhere though.

St. John's, Antigua

3 out of 5
We didn't see the beaches of Antigua because we were sick, but we did visit Devil's Bridge, which was very cool. The island is flat and there are poor areas as well. Doesn't have as much natural beauty as some of the others. There are run down areas. There are a TON of goats on this island! The merchants and hair braiders at the dock are everywhere and can be obnoxious.

Bridgetown, Barbados

3 out of 5
Commercialized too, but we had some good shopping and also snorkled at Carlisle Bay with the sunken ships, but some of the ships were a little too deep, so it was hard to see.

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

5 out of 5
St Thomas was the best port on this cruise mostly because it is the most well off island in the group. There is a ton to do and a ton to see. Coki Beach was wonderful and the snorkling was great there too. We saw a lot of beautiful fish.
Don't Miss: St Thomas Skyride to Paradise Point

Pros: The balcony

Cons: You can't get from one end of the ship to the other on each floor

Recommends Carnival Destiny (RETIRED) 28? Yes!

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