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Itineraries • Fun Fact: Although Ocho Rios means “eight rivers,” there are only four in the area.


St. Thomas


San Juan


7 Day Exotic Eastern and Western Caribbean Cruises from Miami on CARNIVAL LIBERTY SM 52 ®


Liberty. A thrilling idea, a wonderful word, and one of our most spectacular ships! Cruise on CARNIVAL LIBERTY and exercise your right to swim in all three pools, wind your way down the 3-deck-high Carnival’s Twister Waterslide


TM


, play nine holes of


mini golf on the Sun deck, eat at every restaurant, pamper yourself with a spa treatment and watch movies all day and night on the 12' x 22' open-air screen of Carnival’s Seaside Theatre


. Then free yourself from the ho-hum on land, with one of two


awesome itineraries. Choose the Exotic Eastern Caribbean and go horseback riding along the white crescent-shaped beaches of Half Moon Cay or go parasailing above St. Thomas’s turquoise blue waters. Your liberty tour continues with stops in San Juan, where you can exercise your right to shop, and beautiful beyond belief Grand Turk, where you can dive into amazing snorkeling adventures. Or try our Western Caribbean itinerary and celebrate liberation by exploring Mayan ruins in Cozumel, catching some rays on Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach and climbing Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. Ahh, liberty. It’s a beautiful thing.


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