Spring has sprung, everyone is ready to break free and the Caribbean is the place to be! Why not take this chance to experience one of a kind Caribbean adventures, post epic selfies on Instagram and be revered (and envied) for having taken on the Caribbean by storm! Let’s take a look at the must-do experiences if you’re heading to our neck of the woods for Spring Break…

Spring Break Must: Party Cruises

Party Cruise

Set sail this spring break Caribbean style, on the best catamaran cruises in the region. Snorkeling and sightseeing are great but so is the top of the line bar and live DJ! The opportunities for enjoyment are limitless with the Soufriere Adventure Cruise and Saint Lucia Sunset Evening Party Cruise in St. Lucia; the Power 360 Cruise Antigua and Xtreme Circumnavigation in Antigua; the Sun, Sand and Snorkeling Cruise  and Jolly Roger Lunch Cruise in Barbados; the Saona Island Catamaran Cruise in Dominica Republic and the Island Routes Dunns River Catamaran Cruise in Jamaica! To top things off, from March 2-31, you can receive 15% off the Island Routes Reggae Catamaran Cruises from Montego Bay, Negril and South Coast, in Jamaica using the promo code SB15.

No matter what time of year, catamaran cruises are a must in the Caribbean!

Spring Break Must: Party with the Locals

Now that you have taken on the day on your cruise adventure, what do you do next? Hit the town’s hot spots and see what Caribbean nightlife is all about! Indulge in the Friday Night Street Party in St. Lucia on the Lucian Bar Hop Experience, party as the sun goes down in Antigua on the Shirley Heights Sunset Party Transfer and in Barbados take on the Barbados Beach Extravaganza Show or the Harbour Lights Night Out. Let loose and party like a local – we highly recommend it!

Headed to St. Lucia? You and your friends can enjoy 10% off the Lucian Bar Hop Experience in St. Lucia by using the code SB10.

Spring Break Must: Rum Tasting

Appleton Rum Tour

Partying it up on cruises, on the beach, at night clubs and street parties are a must and nothing complements a Caribbean Party experience like sipping on some rum. It’s the undisputed taste of the Caribbean! In Jamaica, you can experience the Appleton Estate Rum Tour to journey through the rum making process and sip on world-renowned Appleton Estate rums (5% off using the code SB5). In Bahamas, you can taste a wide selection on the Nassau Rum Tasting Tour (10% off with the code SB10) and in Grenada we recommend the Grenada Jeep Rum & Lime Adventure (15% off using the code SB15). Experience the Rum Capital of the world like never before!

Spring Break Must: Cram it all in at an Adventure Park

Although we wish our vacations could last forever, let’s face it, there are only so many days to let the good times roll. The solution: cram it all in. What better way to see and do it all than combine it all in one package?

The Ultimate Thrill Seekers Pass in Montego Bay for example combines ziplining, tubing, Dune Buggy, an Appleton Rum tasting, great house tour… the list goes on and on – we did say “Ultimate”. Other fun adventure park options in Ocho Rios, Jamaica include the Jamaica Skyride, Bobsled, Zip, Gravity Chair & Obstacle Course or the North Coast Ultimate Adventure where you can save 5% off using promo code SB5.

Want to save on Spring Break experiences? Head to www.islandroutes.com/specials to learn more.

Island Routes Caribbean Adventures was founded in 2009 to feature the very best, off-the-beaten-path voyages to travelers and adventure seekers far and wide.  Operating in 12 countries – Antigua; Aruba; the Bahamas; Barbados; the Cayman Islands; Dominican Republic; Grenada; Jamaica; Mexico; Saint Lucia; St. Maarten and the Turks & Caicos, this award-winning lifestyle management company includes a dedicated team of islanders, sea-mates, adventure-seekers and experiential-masters who spotlight the best-of-the-best expeditions and destinations for everyone. The team at Island Routes believes in fostering positive change to the Caribbean business landscape, upholding the company’s vision to nurture the region with the development of sustainability programs and both land and sea preservation efforts. For more information, visit www.islandroutes.com.

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