CocoCay and Labadee

Two exceptional islands, endless amounts of fun.

Excitement and adventure, rest and relaxation: These two private islands make for the ultimate vacation getaways. Each offers unique experiences in exotic tropical venues. Whether it’s fun or relaxation you crave, you’ll find them on CocoCay and Labadee.

Both are exclusive to Royal Caribbean International: CocoCay, the idyllic island oasis, and Labadee, a private peninsula full of fun.


Stats

CocoCay

The eco-certified private destination measures 140 acres and is located between Freeport and Nassau.


Labadee

A 270-acre peninsula located on the northern coast of Haiti, loaded with action-packed activities.


Coco Loco and Labadoozie

What’s a day in paradise without a fruity frozen drink? The Coco Loco and Labadoozie are made with essentially the same ingredients—dark rum, coconut rum, and tropical juices. We say try both of these signature island drinks and see if you can taste the difference.


Direct Docks and Tender Rides

CocoCay

A quick tender ride to the private island offers the best photo ops of your ship at sea. Hop on the top deck, take in the sights, and think of your voyage to shore as a mini excursion in itself.


Labadee

Ships dock directly at Royal Caribbean’s state-of-the-art pier, built for the world’s largest cruise ships. Guests pull up right to the destination, where it’s only a few steps to the sandy shores.


R&R or a Sense of Adventure

CocoCay

Three sugar-white beaches, coconut-palm groves, and stunningly clear waters set the backdrop for a perfect day in this paradise. Hang in a hammock or bask on a floating beach mat—the ultimate water bed. Relax the day away in one of the many lounging spots throughout the island. For those getting antsy for some activity, there’s snorkeling, kayaking, paddleboarding, nature walks, glass-bottom boat rides, floating playgrounds for the tots, and an inflatable waterslide.


Labadee

Get ready thrill seekers, this peninsular destination is all about adventure. Adrenaline junkies get a fix on Dragon’s Breath Flight Line. It flies 500 feet above water at 40 mph. Dragon’s Tail Coaster is shriek-inducing as it descends a 680-foot mountain. Dragon’s Splash Water Slide is a favorite, and Arawak Aqua Park has inflatable icebergs, trampolines, and floating see-saws. And of course, there are water sports: snorkeling, jetskiing, parasailing, kayaking, powerboating, and more.


Best of the Beaches

CocoCay

The beaches are smooth and swimmable with Coconut Willie’s Beach serving as the hub for all of the oceanside action, while South Beach features a floating bar. South Beach is a quick stroll away with plenty of lounge chairs and new features sure to please even seasoned CocoCay visitors.


Labadee

Out of the seven island neighborhoods, Dragon’s Plaza marks the start of Labadee’s longest beach; Columbus Cove is a beach abuzz with activity. Although some aren’t suitable for swimming due to the rocky terrain, they’re the perfect places to soak up the sun and listen to the lapping waves.


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