Carnival Is Returning To Florida & You Can Take A 5-Day Caribbean Cruise Starting At $149
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If you're in desperate need of some vitamin sea, then we have some good news for you. Starting August 1, a cheap-priced Carnival cruise in Florida will take you on a five-day cruise to the Caribbean. It's time to say yes to adventure and book your trip soon before this jaw-dropping deal expires.
This excursion will take you from Miami to the Caribbean Islands, including Nassau, Half Moon Cay, and Grand Turk. The price for one room for two travelers starts at just $149 each when booking with Carnival Cruise Line.
This tropical trip begins on November 30 and will end on December 5. You can start planning for a sunny getaway this winter that will float all your cares away.
Miami and Port Canaveral are opening for operation in August for a handful of North American routes with some incredible prices.
Other Carnival Cruise packages are also available at inexpensive prices. You can embark on a three-day cruise from Miami to the Western Bahamas starting at a mere $109 each, stopping in Nassau for a lush vacay.
Or, take a four-day Western Caribbean cruise starting at just $109 each, and discover Key West and Cozumel. You'll be surrounded by turquoise blue waters and soft white sands.
You can enjoy tasty eats and top-deck pools and waterslides while on this Caribbean adventure. This trip is the perfect way to stretch your legs and get some sun without breaking the bank.
It's time to book a cruise and get all the vacay vibes this summer in the Caribbean. With August just around the corner, you'll be partying in paradise in no time.
5-Day Carnival Cruise
Price: Starting at $149
When: November 30, 2020 - December 5, 2020
Where: Miami to the Caribbean Islands
Why You Need To Go: Take advantage of these awesome prices and book an unforgettable vacay. You can soak up the sun and have a cocktail on a tropical island.
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