Carnival Valor overview
Launched in 2004, The Conquest-class ship from Carnival Cruise Line was recently renovated in 2016, receiving Carnival’s new “Fun Ship 2.0” treatment. Travelers aboard the Carnival Valor will now enjoy Carnival’s newest dining venues, an enhanced nightlife and an overall improved ship full of excitement. Upgrades include the addition of venues such as Guy's Burger Joint, RedFrog Rum Bar, BlueIguana Tequila Bar, BlueIguana Cantina and many more.
Fun activities are available for kids including Suess at Sea, a 4-deck-tall spiral water slide. Camp Carnival includes supervised game and activities. And don’t worry about your teens, as they can hang out in a club that is designed just for them.
What’s in store for the adults? You can relax and grab a drink at one of the great bars and lounges available throughout the ship like the Alchemy Bar, have some laughs at the comedy club, or get your groove on at the nightclub. Need some peace and quiet? Catch some sun at the Serenity Retreat, a quiet, adult-only area
The 2019 - 2020 sailing for the Carnival Valor departs from Galveston and New Orleans with destinations to the Caribbean and the Panama Canal.
Carnival Valor ship highlights
- Twister Waterslide
- Alchemy Bar
- Hasbro, The Game Show
- Guy's Burger Joint
- Serenity Retreat
- Seafood Shack
- BlueIguana Cantina
- Punchliner Comedy Club
- RedFrog Pub
Before you book
Why you should sail on Carnival Valor: Carnival Valor tends to draw couples, families, and groups of friends. The crowd will vary slightly depending on the itinerary and time of year. For example, you'll find younger couples and families with kids on Caribbean itineraries, but the age skews slightly higher on Panama Canal voyages.
You should know: You won't find many outlets in the cabins, and the location of the kid's club is not ideal - you can hear the kids from below in the spa and in the Serenity deck area.