Bahamas is a paradise of islands and beaches and let’s say a Top Summer Holiday Destination for all. Spending some time in Coco Cay is one of the things in the itenary list of the Royal Caribbean Cruise Liner’s to Bahamas. This is a Private Island owned by the Cruise Company and is well organised to give best services to it’s on-board guests.
As this is one of the First Blogs on Life on A Cruiseship from my Husband, who has experienced a life on board and sailed, explored these destinations for himself and he has put together tips to help all our readers. Coco Cay is also known as Little Stirrup Cay Island.Watch his Vlog on CocoCay – Bahamas
The island doesn’t allow any ships to dock, not even their own RCL, it has will transfer voyagers from Ship tenders (small boats) to the island which as so much to do and spend a whole restful day here.
Things to Do at Coco Cay Bahamas Island – Royal Caribbean Liners
Once on the island you will find that food and refreshments are completely free for everyone on the island that visit it. So it does give you a special service even off board theRoyal Caribbean Liner.
1. Shopping on the Beach side
You will find a number of beach shops or shacks which sell items like t-shirts, tanks, scarves, hats, souvenirs, accessories, and much more.
2. Water Rides / Adventure of Cayalanainflatable water park
A small area on the water bay where there is a set up of water slides, trampoline and much more for kids to play and enjoy.
The island as beautiful marine life and reefs to view by snorkelling. If you are a marine life lover or adventurous this one is definitely what you are up for here. It also provides under water treasure hunt! Ever tried that? then suppose you try it here with your gangs.
4. Walk and Explore the Island
The island is big enough to be explored on foot and yes it has a Nature Trail just for those nature lovers to get a bit of shed and peace while walking around.
5. Eat, Drink, Dance
Remember as I said, the food and refreshments are free here for all guests, so yes you can enjoy a number of salads, seafood, meals and drinks on the beach as well as dance to the Bahamian dance beats playing around the food court shacks.
6. Relax on the Beach
What we all adults love doing? Relaxing of course on the beach, take on a sun chair and relax or simply use the sheds of those take palm trees.
7. Barefoot Beach
As you walk further down the Water park set up you will find the Barefoot beach, this is much serene and perfect for those couples you want some quietness.
8. Water-sports at Coco Cay
Apart from Snorkelling, you can also enjoy jet ski rides, kayaking, paddle boating and much more on the island here.