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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 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 depart from Galveston and New Orleans with destinations to the Caribbean and the Panama Canal.

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Sails from:

Galveston, Texas , New Orleans, Louisiana

Cruises to:

Caribbean , Caribbean - Western , Panama Canal, Central America

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4.4 out of 5

Great Trip! by davidap11

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We enjoyed the cruise. The only disappoint was the excursion in Progresso. We have visited Progresso before and not a huge fan. This was the 1st time for an excursion and we were disappointed. Cozumel is always fun and we always have a great experience in this port. TJ our cruise director was absolutely fantastic. We actually were able to meet him and he was kind enough to send us a note and gift to our cabin. We meet some nice people on the ship as well.

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3.2 out of 5

Okay by yocri11

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It was ok for my first cruise. The dining room room was awful. I dressed up 3 night prepared for good food every night I was very disappointed.

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4 out of 5

First timers by elcglg

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Blatant merchandising the entire trip. Fun shops offered tiny discounts on liquor that get raise when paying TABC duties, plus having to lug around bottles. Too many ship activities were centered on getting you to spend more money. Dining room was over the engine room and was slightly sickening. Not all bad of course. Getting away with a loved one was worth. Not unpacking numerous times to visit different places was good. Cruise director was perfect for the job. It would nice to have a guided tour for first timers, rather than stumble around for a few days.

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4.6 out of 5

Great Cruise by poojaarora

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The overall experience on Carnival Valor was great. Had a great family fun on the ship. The staff was very helpful and courteous. The only disappointment was vegetarian food. Our whole group of 7 people are vegetarian and everyday in Washington dining hall, the only vegetarian options were lentil, basmati rice, pickle and pappadam. I could not imagine eating the same food for four days. I hope Carnival will take a note and try to introduce some more vegetarian options.

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5 out of 5

Excellent trip. We loved it by tundebanwo

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We enjoyed the cruise overall. However it is our first so I was kind of nervous but I quickly became comfortable and did not get sea sick also to my surprise. I will be going again. It is very vital to make room for the activities at the port of calls to get a full experience. we will do more of that next time.

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Csprunger
May 29, 2013

The Serenity Decks for adults--great R & R. Our favorite part of the ship!

dstcyr77729
Dec 29, 2015

For quiet time visit winstons bar in the afternoons. We played cards there before dinner many days!

hogan
Apr 17, 2013

Loved the Lido deck for breakfasting & lunch, although the omelet & Mongolian wok lines are long they are worth the wait. Look for the burrito spot, it's a gem worth looking for. DO NOT miss the formal dining room, the food is amazing. Lobster, tiger shrimp, prime rib, & more.

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