Carnival Glory Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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3 out of 5

Great Cruise

Sail Date: March 06, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

The trip was a good one, we enjoyed the shows on the ship. The food was very good and this compares nicely witrh the food we have enjoyed on other cruises. The ports were excellent, other than the port at Grand Cayman. You must book a tour on the ship because at our particular spot, there were no booking agents other than the ones on the ship. So we just got a cab to go into town. We did not enjoy the town at all, did not know where to go, etc., so, the whole experience was a waste of time. We were hoping to book a tour with the people in the town, because it is usually half as much as the ship charges. I think that cruise 411 should let people know this. The other ports were fine, there were plenty of booking agents off the ship that one could book with and the price was half of what the ship was charging.

Pros: the Shows, the ports, the good laughs

Cons: nothing to do on Grand Cayman, you must bood a tour to enjoy the place, we did not!!!!!

Recommends Carnival Glory? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Belize City, Belize
Coxen Hole, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras
George Town, Grand Cayman

Don't Miss: Don't even go here unless you have booked a tour on the ship
Cozumel, Mexico

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